Friday, April 15, 2011

Hargreaves Almost Sure to Manchester United sale

The fate of Manchester United Player, Owen Hargreaves, the more unlucky after injury ascertained struck again. This time, the ex Bayern Munich player was troubled at the shoulder and sidelined until the end of the 2010-11 season.

This is bad news for Hargreaves is too often injured since moved to Manchester. Starting from his move in 2007, the new Hargreaves appeared in 27 games with a scored two goals. And this year his contract with the Red Devils will end up with slim possibility would be extended.

"He (Hargreaves) just bad luck since arriving here (MU). I'm pretty sure he will not play this season," said Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson as reported by The Daily Mail, Friday, April 15, 2011.

"The contract runs out at the end of this season, but I do not know what will happen."

According to Fergie, has done a meeting between Chief Executive David Gill with Hargreaves last week. "We must immediately make a decision," said Fergie again.

Hargreaves defends Manchester United the first time in the match against Peterborough United on 4 August 2007. However, his first goal only came seven months later on March 1 game against Fulham.

Injuries begin to approach the 30-year-old player in both seasons with the Red Devils. Since then Hargreaves is more often spent time undergoing healing and injury recovery.

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