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yossa i echo your sentiments and i think its like the manager wants to leave Old Trafford in shame (i have alot of respect for the manager) coz the services of the likes of Fletcher and Carrick are long overdue its time for some spice in the middle of the park and real quality if you compare the buys other clubs are making man, Furgerson must act really fast or else things may not be as rosy as always and for me i would like man u to win the champions league rather than EPL coz in a short span we have made it to the final only to be defeated by the same team and also we were out played by Barcelona due to our mediocre players in midfield. Infact the department that needs more attention is midfield thats where i expected more money to be channeled for worthy bargains lets say like three players for the two slots of no. 6 and 8 but Furgerson is doing the opposite bringing in more wingers and strikers and we have got to have an all round team that is not weak in any department. Opinion if Europe is turning to be a high end market why cant they venture into the South American market where we will obtain skillful players at a cost effective prices e.g Suarez was Furgie's project and i know there are many more other quality players that can deliver from Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay and many other countries


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