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A Buttner Debut?

One red-top publication is boldly predicting, this morning, that Sir Alex Ferguson will be making a change at left-back this Saturday when Wigan visit Old Trafford.

The publication is boldly predicting that Sir Alex will drop / rest Patrice Evra and give one of his summer signings Alexander Buttner the chance to show case his skills.

Buttner, signed from Vitesse Arnhem for 3.9 million, has yet to make his United debut in the Premier League and the tabloid goes on to insinuate that his presence could help to stiffen a United defence that has leaked 7 goals in the first 3 Premier League games of the season.

We`ll sit back and wait to see if there is a shred of truth in the story!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 12 2012

Time: 4:46PM

Your Comments

I say let him have a crack Evra hasn't exactly been on form as of late (as of late being the last two years) can't do any worse than him surely.
MotorMad
Evra needs to be dropped to be honest. When he first joined the club he was eager to impress and was brilliant both offensively and defensively. A few years on with no competition he's comfortable in the fact that he's one of the first names on the team sheet and as such neglects his defensive responsibility but maintains high standard offensive performances. I thought with Vidic back he might be the commanding figure Evra needs to understand that as a defender his defensive responsibilities come first but it doesn't seem so.
TheFamousNo7
When he first joined the club he was brilliant? I still split my sides at the sight of him getting roasted in the Manchester derby. So brilliant he was subbed at half time. XD
fifthcolumnblue
 

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