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Queiroz Excited By Young Talents

Queiroz Excited By Young Talents

Carlos Queiroz welcomes the arrival of highly promising Anderson and Nani and is eager to nurture their talents.

The Reds have pulled off a sensational coup by signing the two starlets and their arrival is credited mostly to Carlos Queiroz's Portuguese contact. The assistant manager is not exactly a fans' favourite but if these moves work out well he might find his way into the supporters' hearts.

'It is a significant investment in Manchester United's prospects for the next 10 years,' Queiroz told TVI.

'It's worth imagining a forward line with Rooney, Ronaldo, Anderson and Nani, these are players with enormous creativity.

'It's an attraction being able to develop their abilities. I have worked with young players many times and their potential is impressive.

'These signings mean the end of a long observation process. They are players who correspond to the club's intentions. They are young and have plenty of potential and talent.'

I certainly hope it's been a long observation process and not just some sudden idea to sign these players. Anyway, anyone with the slightest common sense must realise their potential so I agree with him in that case.

This season's team's been all about pace. Add Nani and Anderson into the contention - it's frightening.

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Writer:Zae
Date:Thursday May 31 2007
Time: 4:42PM

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Do you think Anderson, Nani, Rooney and Ronaldo could play together in the team? Wouldn't it disrupt the balance?
Zae
31/05/2007 22:13:00
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Nah, I'm sure they love to defend!
Westl
01/06/2007 11:30:00
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i want to see them come good
tedpowelluk
01/06/2007 12:28:00
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but can they.
tedpowelluk
01/06/2007 12:28:00
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good for squad depth mind, they can play in the league cup in the first season!
tedpowelluk
01/06/2007 12:29:00
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yeah, and the awsome thing is each 4 (by the sounds of it) can rotate around , rooney can play up top or on the left, ronaldo can play left, right and up top, nani the same, and anderson can play all midfield positions and even up top, very exciting times!!
united4life
01/06/2007 13:56:00
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Westl, I think with Carrick and Hargreaves around, these 4 players' defensive duties will be few and far between...
midlothian99
02/06/2007 12:51:00
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