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Saha Signs New Deal

Saha Signs New Deal

Louis Saha has signed a contract extension that will keep him at United until 2010.

The Frech striker is in fine form, he's already scored 12 goals this season and still looking to improve. His profligacy aside, he's a very important member of the team who loves to play here, according to the man himself.

'I am really enjoying my time here,' Saha told the club's website.

'I want to show my commitment to Manchester United and repay the faith that they have shown in me.'

'Hopefully we will have an exciting end to the season and add some silverware to the trophy room.'

Sir Alex Ferguson was understandably happy about tihs latest piece of business.

'I'm delighted we have extended Louis' contract,' the boss said.

'We're happy to see Louis here until at least 2010 and to add him to the players who have recently signed new contracts.

'We address the situation of players' contracts now and then in order to strengthen the club and it's great to add Louis to the list.

'His form has been fantastic since he has come back from injury and he has scored 26 goals in that time.'


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

Writer:Zae
Date:Wednesday December 20 2006
Time: 12:58PM

Comments

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Ferguson has certainly got faith in the lad.
SeasideEssexXile
20/12/2006 14:05:00
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if hes starts taking the easier chances he could become a legend
rooneyisgod
20/12/2006 16:17:00
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Bugger, I thought he would keep his options open and look for a move to rovers!
im_a_blackburn_rover
20/12/2006 17:12:00
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I think taking easier chances is just not his style. He'll never be a poacher I fear. About a possible Rovers move: he was possibly forced to sign for United instead, like Obi Mikel :-)
midlothian99
20/12/2006 17:39:00
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Your probably right! You have a real star in Saha as you will know! He terrorised defences for Fulham in the Old Div 1 and he hasn't looked back since. He's great for the premieship, just like Franny Jeffers!
im_a_blackburn_rover
20/12/2006 17:51:00
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