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United - Early Madrid Team News

According to reports filtering through, it`s good news on the injury front.

We understand that Phil Jones and Jonny Evans, both of whom picked up knocks against Everton were able to train today, also, it`s being reported that Ashley Young and Paul Scholes are in contention for a starting place again.

Therefore, Sir Alex Ferguson has, more-or-less, a full squad to choose from.




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday February 12 2013

Time: 5:11PM

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Even more of a headache for Jose to work out how we're going to play, what system we're going to use and what team will be selected. Mourinho is the better tactician but how dynamic our squad is is perhaps giving Fergie the edge here. You look at Madrids squad and you can almost tell which players will be on the pitch before the games even started, in contrast with Fergie you don't know what you're facing, the only shoe-ins at the moment are Rooney, RVP and Evra.
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