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Heinze Back In Paris?

Heinze Back In Paris?

A really wild idea occurred in someone's mind at Paris St. Germain if media speculation is to be believed. The French club allegedly wants to lure Gabriel Heinze back to the capital of France on loan.

I must admit I'm baffled by this rumour. The rock-solid defender arrived from Paris in 2004 and quickly established himself as one of the fans' favourite with his never-say-die attitude and remarkable fighting spirit. Now he's back after almost a year out injured, and looks set to have a great battle with Patrice Evra for the left-back position.

Do they really think we're going to let him go away now? My dear Frenchmen, why did you sell him in the first place? You say he wanted to leave? Then why would he want to go back now? I don't understand it, really.


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Writer:Zae
Date:Monday October 30 2006
Time: 7:25PM

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lol its the most funny transfer rumour i have heard in a very long time he wont be going nowhere and if he was im sure he could get a better then psg
rooneyisgod
30/10/2006 21:04:00
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Maybe he should wear 57 on his back and then he would be a HEINZE VARIETY player....sorry bye.
pompeygray
31/10/2006 05:38:00
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maybe he should get ur mums fone number on the back im sure he knows it
rooneyisgod
31/10/2006 12:34:00
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That's not gonna happen
Tigerphil
31/10/2006 16:15:00
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