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A Bubbly Buttner

Over the weekend and following the highly successful debut of Alex Buttner, I posed a question relating to the future of Patrice Evra.

I wanted to know whether you thought Buttner could speed up Evra`s exit from the first team, I also, quite shamefully, neglected to consider the future of young Fabio, out on loan at Queens Park Rangers.

But whatever your thoughts on the subject matter are, there`s no hiding that Buttner has presented Sir Alex with a conundrum to consider.

Following the rout of Wigan, Buttner was, naturally, buoyant when it came to his first United appearance, remarking to the media,

"If I play I want to let Sir Alex Ferguson see that I can do a good job."

"I think I did that."

"I`m happy that I can play my first minutes in the team."

"It`s great that we won and I scored, as well as giving a pass to Chicharito to score. It`s a dream for me."

"I wasn`t nervous until I was standing on the field, looking around."

"And I think it`s normal to be a little nervous if you play in front of so many people."

"In Holland I played in front of only 23,000, so it`s beautiful to play for so many more people."

"But I`m happy I`ve scored my first goal in my first game and I`ll never forget it."

I`m sure he won`t and he`s set the scene for what could become a United career many though might not have been possible when he was in Dutch football.

It makes you wonder how many other gems there are out there!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 17 2012

Time: 4:46PM

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Evras face on Saturday was one of a sudden realisation that his job is all but secure. Can't get ahead of ourselves as it was only Wigan, however it does look like we've got a very good player in our hands.
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