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Returning Heinze To Go Abroad

Returning Heinze To Go Abroad

Gabriel Heinze returned to Old Trafford to hold talks with Fergie but he's tipped to depart for the continent by Vital readers.

The Argentinian is believed to be wanting to move to Liverpool, something Fergie has vowed to prevent. They held talks today as Heinze returned to Carrington for training after his extended leave.

It's unknown yet whether they have settled their differences but our readers think it's unlikely that the tough-tackling left back continues his career at Old Trafford.

A convincing 54% percent reckon he'll end up abroad while 27% still believe that a major turn of events is possible and he will stay at Manchester.

Only 16% reckon he'll get his wish and will be allowed to join Liverpool while it's almost been ruled out by you that he would move to another Englis club.

Our next poll, courtesy of member allred set out to discover your thoughts about our ideal midfield partnership. Check it out!

Writer:Zae
Date:Monday August 6 2007
Time: 4:07PM

Comments

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I think if we sell him has to be definetely abroad. If he goes we have to buy someone not to replace evra but better cover than silvestre and sell silvestre. So if heinze goes so does silvestre and buy a decent cover e.g baines
allred
06/08/2007 19:26:00
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i say heinze went down hill afta his injury, so i dont care if he stays or goes.....i think formation this season should be 3-5-2...gary-rio-vida....ronaldo-carrick-hargreeves (defencive)-scholes-giggs....tevez-rooney??
fenton_01
07/08/2007 14:57:00
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Gabbie,think about it.Joining the Bin Dippers will put you on the most hated list of all time.
SweetLeftFoot
08/08/2007 20:09:00
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Obviously Ferguson still rates him very highly thats why he wont let him go to one of your main rivals.
dazza71
10/08/2007 19:04:00
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