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0 In and 2 Out for Man Utd

0 In and 2 Out for Man Utd

Well the transfer window has now closed, everyone is now trying to settle at their new clubs. Sky are talking about Ashley Cole (ok so his missus is a looker, but nobody really cares), Tevez and his mate at the Hammers, Newcastle doing the dirty etc etc. One team that stayed very very quiet (apart from Watford) was Manchester United.

After links to the Argentine duo, and to David David Trezeguet after the move for Owen Hargreaves collapsed, it's now apparent we either had no available cash, or Sir Alex has decided that he didn't particularly want anyone and we're going with what we've got.

It's just as well our goals are being shared around the team at the moment, seeing as we've just lost a midfielder and a striker!

Italian Giuseppe Rossi has moved to Newcastle on a loan deal that will take him through to the next transfer window. This will give him valuable experience to add to the amazing talent he already possesses.

Irish midfield-man Liam Miller has become one of the multitude of players signed by Roy Keane. Miller has signed a 3-year contract at Sunderland and will notably join ex-United star Dwight Yorke.

So that's it for transfers until January, lets hope we're good enough to go with what we've got. Chelski Red-Star Moscow appear to be stronger, though with so many new players, do they have the team spirit?

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Date:Friday September 1 2006
Time: 8:49AM

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well as a arsenal fan i think man u has got what they need for the moment they were'nt in need of a player as we were but i think they can have a great run upto mid epl after that i think it is gonna be a diffrent game:D
afghenry
01/09/2006 09:04:00
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i think we have a good squad but a striker and a more deffensive midfielder was needed
carrickisours
01/09/2006 16:07:00
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carrickisours Given you hate me, it is hard to admit I agree with you. I'm glad you didn't add anyone as our defense is one injury (JT or Carvalho) from being in trouble.
USA
01/09/2006 18:24:00
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I think fergie has left you thin up front. If rooney gets injured its hard to see you competing with the top teams from the prem and from europe. You must have had money looking at the hargreaves sarga but hey, good luck mancs
topkop
01/09/2006 20:00:00
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I won't lie United are looking good at the moment, but i agree with topkop. Exept the good luck part! Go gunners!
Tugboat
01/09/2006 21:42:00
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The Cheerleader looks good though!
BisphamTangerine
01/09/2006 21:51:00
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Utd certainly do look strong at the moment, and yes the cheerleader looks impressive as well!
sandgroanun
02/09/2006 11:40:00
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We lack firepower up front, but apart from forwards we have a decent squad, although it would of been nice to see a defensive midfielder brought in.
Kanchelskis
03/09/2006 16:56:00
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Yes, the cheerleader caught my attention too. Jokes aside, ManYoo is certainly doing well at the moment and will be the strongest challenger to Chelsea.
jogabonito
04/09/2006 06:46:00
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