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Brown Still Loves Old Trafford

Brown Still Loves Old Trafford

Though he'll probably never be a first-team regular, Wes Brown wants to stay at United until the end of his career.

Brown, brought through the ranks at Old Trafford, has been playing week in, week out at right back in the first month of the season due to Gary Neville's stubborn injury. He lacks the skippers' attacking prowess but he gave solid performances.

'I have always tried my best for the team,' he said. 'I have been here nine years now and I would do anything for the club.

'It is good to know how highly I am valued by the manager. It is certainly hard to imagine ever playing for anyone else. Hopefully that won't happen.

'I am happy here and hopefully I can stay here.'


Well, if he does not have a problem with definitely losing his place when Gary finally returns...



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Writer:Zae
Date:Saturday September 22 2007
Time: 3:44PM

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happy days
calum72
22/09/2007 16:18:00
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worst player on the field when we played your lot
EvertonMike
22/09/2007 19:42:00
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and when thats a field with tony hibbert on, thats saying something
EvertonMike
22/09/2007 19:43:00
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Brown was excellent today, my MoTM and bt far his best performance of the season
united4life
23/09/2007 19:28:00
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