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Fryers Returns!

Fryers Returns!

One of our former promising youngsters, who jumped ship at the end of last season, now looks set for a Premier League return.

Zeki Fryers, now twenty, opted for a move to Standard Liege after seeing limited first team opportunities come his way but is now set to return to England with Tottenham Hotspur, it`ll be interesting to see how he fares in his second spell in England!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday January 4 2013
Time: 3:56PM

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He never really left. Spurs only done what they did to avoid paying any compensation to us. Penny pincher levy is smart granted but had it been us who had done this to spurs no doubt it would be seen as the most deplorable thing to happen in footballing history. Slightly disappointed in Zeki to do it to the club that have nurtured him for years also.
TheFamousNo7
04/01/2013 17:25:00
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UTD have been getting away with this sort of thing for years, it smarts when the shoes on the other foot for once fergie ha ha ha
Iggspur
04/01/2013 20:14:00
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Perhaps Man U supporters should think about how AF "tapped up" Berbatov & Carrick. If AF wants an enquiry then the FA should review all on your transfers as AF does it everytime. Thats why Real Madrid do it because AF showed them he way!!!
PaulYoung1962
04/01/2013 20:57:00
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What a load of nonsense to suggest Fergie is the pioneer of clubs, players and managers talking publically about other teams players. It's been happening for years in football. Real Madrid and Barca have been doing it long before Fergie started doing it so to suggest Fergie showed them the way is ridiculous. Then again, anything Fergie says about any player is considered tapping up nowadays even if he is simply handing out praise, I remember not too long ago you spuds were accusing him of tapping up Modric just because praised his ability. The difference this time is that whilst theres no doubt Fergie is guilty of tapping up the club on the receiving end always got more than their money's worth in return, not that it makes it right but there's definitely some consolidation that there's sufficient funds to replace the player, levy didn't even have the decency to do that. Don't blame spurs as a club but certainly do blame levy, your typical shrewd businessman but at least no more can Spuds get on their high horse about Fergie's antics when you're now guilty of doing the same. Very disappointed in Fryers of all people, the club done a lot for him. All the same best of luck to him, I hope him leaving works out best for him and he doesn't rue leaving the club where, at present, he's most likely to taste the most success. We've got a very similar player though in B├╝ttner to replace him though.
TheFamousNo7
04/01/2013 23:23:00
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TF7 what the hell are u even playing at? How u even go about saying u disappointed in a player who united have nurtured for years! Really? And what of Rooney, Young, Carrick, Ronsldo, De Gea? Did there clubs not nurture their players? Ur the same as old red nose. Personally I think he not only admitted he has sour grapes over a deal he went as far as saying how brilliant Levy is getting the deal done cheaper!!! Hahaha what a mug!
Mix26
05/01/2013 02:11:00
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It's disappointing not because a player grown and nurtured by the club wanted to leave mix but because he went behind the back of the club who developed and nurtured him to ensure they didn't get any compensation for all the work and resources they put into him. No doubt the clubs of our players were disappointed but atleast they were more than fairly compensated for their part in developing the youngster. Thanks for proving the point I was making though, Fergie taps up you spuds are up in arms bitching and saying how deplorable and wrong it is, levy does it and he's 'brilliant'.
TheFamousNo7
05/01/2013 12:43:00
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