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“I am not a man of many words but I can honestly say that playing football is all I have ever wanted to do and to have had such a long and successful career at Manchester United has been a real honour. This was not a decision that I have taken lightly but I feel now is the right time for me to stop playing. To have been part of the team that helped the Club reach that 19th título is a great privilege.”

“I would like to thank the fãs for their tremendous support throughout my career, I would also like to thank all the coaches and players that I have worked with over the years, but most...
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The Manchester United winger Nani has welcomed Ashley Young to Old Trafford despite the threat the former Aston vila, vivenda, villa progressivo, para a frente poses to his position.

Young, 25, last week completed a £16m mover to the Premier League champions, where he is expected to compete with Nani for a place in Sir Alex Ferguson's team.

The England international is segundo only to Arsenal's Cesc Fábregas for assists in the English topo, início flight over the past five years. On the eve of Young's signing it was reported that Nani was perturbed and considering his options, but the Portuguese has insisted he is not concerned por the...
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I have to say, Man Utd are one of the universes best football clubs, seriously, you can't deny that. But I still can't believe that Man Utd got beaten por Man City... thats just like... not exactly what United fãs are looking for. And even worse, they got beaten by...
LIVERPOOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(Grammar correction Loserpool) (No offense).
Man Utd got's Rooney, furgão, van Persie, and much mais awesome players. How can people not like Man Utd!?!?!?!? Thats just like, kinda..wrong. Just cause we're Red Devils, dosen't mean we're actually red devils.

Anyway...
GO MANCHESTER UNITED
Ferguson’s dilemma over Ronaldo
[Against Villarreal] United did show a marked improvement on their display when beaten at Anfield at the weekend, but only after Cristiano Ronaldo arrived from the bench at the hora mark did they play with the verve and intensity likely to be required to beat a Chelsea team brimming with confidence at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
That presents a problem for Ferguson as Ronaldo, returning from ankle surgery in July, had not played at all, even in the Reserves, prior to Wednesday.
"He did very well for his first game but it would be a big ask to start him on Sunday,"...
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