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De Gea Staying!

De Gea Staying!

Rumours started, and then spread like wild-fire; during the week that David De Gea was homesick and looking for a move back to Spain.

Thankfully, those rumours are well wide of the mark and David has stepped forward to dispel them, insisting,

"I am happy at United and not thinking about a return to Spain."

"I`ve accepted the challenge to learn and improve as a professional."

"And fighting for my place gives me a bigger incentive to play well."


Now that should put those scurrilous rumours to bed.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday October 28 2012
Time: 10:51AM

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If the lad could just bulk up a bit and be more confident when coming to collect corners he will quickly be regarded as one of the best in the world as he's already a world class shot stopper. He really does need to improve On that area and fulfil his potential otherwise I can't imagine his stay at the club being for too long. However everyone must remember the lad is only 21 years old, which is still incredibly young for a keeper.
TheFamousNo7
28/10/2012 13:05:00
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If the lad could just bulk up a bit and be more confident when coming to collect corners he will quickly be regarded as one of the best in the world as he's already a world class shot stopper. He really does need to improve On that area and fulfil his potential otherwise I can't imagine his stay at the club being for too long. However everyone must remember the lad is only 21 years old, which is still incredibly young for a keeper.
TheFamousNo7
28/10/2012 13:05:00
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