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Larsson Goes Home

Larsson Goes Home

Henrik Larsson's loan deal, set to expire on March 12, won't be extended, according to the man himself.

Larsson has made a good impact since joining from Helsingborg on January 1, scoring two goals. A lot of United fans, myself included, would love to see him staying until May but that won't happen.

'This is a great adventure for me,' he admitted to the Mirror. 'It's brilliant.

'I arrived in January and I'm going home in March to play in Sweden.

'That suits me. I'm happy here and positively surprised that I've played as much as I have done.

'It's incredibly fun.'


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Writer:Zae
Date:Friday February 16 2007
Time: 4:45PM

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I'd suggest he didn't make the impact you all hoped for!
merlin
16/02/2007 17:25:00
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Why do you say so? I expected him to score 4 or 5 goals and he could do that easily. His overall contribution is good and we could give Saha and Rooney a rest with him in the team.
midlothian99
16/02/2007 17:38:00
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he has made more impact here in the month and a bit hes been with us then what shevchanko had made all season. i would like him to stay for the remainder of the season but alan smith should be back to his best by then
rooneyisgod
16/02/2007 21:15:00
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he is still class
ccfcks
16/02/2007 21:56:00
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