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Park To Be Back For Christmas!

Park To Be Back For Christmas!

Ji-sung Park could be back for the hectic Christmas programme, according to Sir Alex Ferguson.

The Korean midfield player suffered a serious injury during our 4-1 win over Blackburn on the last day of March so despite that he scored, it remains a sad day for him.

However, his operation in the summer has been a complete success and he's now ready to make his comeback soon.

'Ji-sung Park is now training with the first-team and should be ready in a couple of weeks,' Sir Alex told Manchester United Radio. 'He'll be back in the fold in about two weeks' time, I think.'

'He's a terrific young player and his return will be a great boost for us. He gives us more options going forward, which is good news.'

Ronaldo, Giggs, Nani, Park. Not bad options on the wing... Hopefully he'll remain injury-free now because he's one player I really like, due to the fact the he can play very well and does it with a tremendous attitude. Good luck, Park!

Writer:Zae
Date:Monday December 10 2007
Time: 10:17AM

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great news!!! park is such an underated player at united, his willingness to run is excellent,m and despite not having the technical abilities of a ronadlo or a giggs, hew is a huge asset to us, and hugely respected inside the club. i remember a interview with rooney where he couldnt stop praising park. im looking forawrd to getting him back.
united4life
10/12/2007 15:53:00
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He's got very good technical abilities, much better than a Jermaine Pennant, for example...
Zae
11/12/2007 16:22:00
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yeahh I agree with you mate park is way better than pennaant!
Jakk-United-2007
12/12/2007 13:02:00
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