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Giggs Hails Perfect Blend

United are currently flying high in the Premiership, having won their last 4 games. Ryan Giggs sat out the latest triumph over Aston Villa but with a visit to Arsenal looming, he's likely to be recalled into the team. And he believes the team is very good.

'It's definitely got the potential to be a very good team,' said Giggs.

'We've got a mixture of youth and experience, we're going well but we've got to carry on. We're playing the right way.

'The manager has been there as have some of the players, that's key to helping the other players along.'

Ryan scored some important goals against Arsenal in the past so we might hope he'll be in good form for the visit to Emirates. Park's good showing on the Saturday ensures there will be competition for a place on the wings.




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 15 2007

Time: 5:27PM

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yeah 4 very good old players in van der sar neville scholes and giggs
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15/01/2007 21:31:00

Ferguson really has brought some great players in. The older more experienced players are not only bringing experience but are performing way above what you would expect. This is a promising season for United.
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17/01/2007 12:05:00

 

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