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Utd Release 6 Players

Manchester United have today granted Free-Transfers to 6 of their reserve players, including Belgian Floribert N`galula.

The 20 year old; described as the "new Patrick Vieira", was destined for great things at Utd, however a serious hip-injury at the beginning of the 2005/06 season saw an end to his United career before it had even begun.

Along with Floribert, Utd have released 5 other reserve team players, including goalkeeper Lee Crockett, defender Phillip Marsh, midfielders Jamie Mullen and Danny Rose, as well as striker Aaron Burns.

Let`s wish these 6 players all the best in the future and that one day, perhaps they can re-join Utd better players. Good Luck!




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Writer: United4Life  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 8 2007

Time: 12:14PM

Your Comments

Would be surprised if they ever re-joined United... To be honest, none of them was very promising, based on the Reserves game I saw. N'galula had talent but as you said that hip injury ended his hopes. Good luck to them!
Zae
Had heard rumblings about Floribert, shame about his injury but ****** happens i guess
BomBom
Yeah it does but it's still quite a sad thing. Worst thing in football is when a promising young player's career is ruined by injury.
Zae
Good luck to the lads im sure they will find new clubs. United are always good with that, they often set players up with new clubs
mattweeden
good luck to them im sure they will get clubs coming in for them.
rooneyisgod
We'll saturate the Championship with our reserves! :-)
Zae
Whats your opinion on arsenals approach to the fa about putting reserves sides into league 1 or 2? Has Floriberts career ended? Its sad to see any footballer have their career blighted by injury.
Kanchelskis
 

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