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Six of the best for Fergie but strikers are causing Man United boss a headache

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has acknowledged he will have a tough job giving all his strikers adequate time on the pitch this season.

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guigsy1929d ago

Seven including Diouf, but out of our young strikers he's shown the least promise. I'm surprised we kept Owen in all honesty but Fergie could have a coaching role in mind for him. Berba will probably leave next summer.

zootang1929d ago

Probably because you have seen him the least. He is a good player and hard worker very much like Drogba at that age powerful and great in the air. He will shine in the later years of his career which is why Sir Alex is happy to hold onto him.

RedDevils1929d ago (Edited 1929d ago )

I agree Owen when it come to converting chances, he is very clinical, if he doesn't have the hamstring problem I guarantee he be starting every game for every teams he play for. Beside he one the few English players that won the Ballon d'Or

zeddy1929d ago

apparently bolton want welbeck on loan, i hope he doesnt go and has a breakthrough season at utd but we got a lot of centre forwards he might not get much action.

sdtarm1929d ago

what happened to rooney? not too good lately?