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Richardson Frustrated But Defiant

Richardson Frustrated But Defiant

Kieran Richardson admitted he would like to play more in the first team but refused to give up at Manchester United.

He played in 6 Premiership games this season so his frustration is understandable but an average United fan would say his performances did not merit more than that...

"I want to play all the time as I love pulling on the red jersey,' Richardson said.

"At the moment though it is hard to break into the side.

"Everyone has been playing out of their skins in every position.

"I am fighting for a place in the team but the most important thing is the manager picks the right side to win the game."

What a modest and humble attitude, one might say. Richardson is a likeable lad, no doubt about that but I still fear he does not have enough ability to play for the Red Devils. Prove me wrong, Kieran.


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Writer:Zae
Date:Thursday January 11 2007
Time: 1:42PM

Comments

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he dont have what it takes to play for a big team and he should go now while premiership clubs will still be willing to take him
rooneyisgod
11/01/2007 17:01:00
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Maybe but another lad coming through the ranks to depart - sad. Hopefully Evans, Simpson or Galbraith will make it.
Zae
11/01/2007 17:25:00
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i think evans will make it. from what ive seen of him he has been brilliant.
rooneyisgod
11/01/2007 21:21:00
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But that's what they said about David Jones, too and he didn't make it. But of course Evans is a full international now so he must be good.
midlothian99
12/01/2007 18:12:00
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