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there were a few articles recently about man utd being linked to this guy, ive never seen him play, but heard that hes a monster in midfield, how would u guys rate him? do u think hed be capable of filling keanos shoes?
would u tip him to come to utd ahead of essien?
 

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Great young player, and although Corinthians just signed him, rumours have it that he will sign for Chelsea before even playing a match for Corinthians. Although we won't buy him, he would be a brilliant signing. A definate replacement for Keano, and IMO better then Essien.
 

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I saw him play for Argentina in the Olympics and as far as I can remember, he was excellent!!!
 

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In our dreams, aye, in reality we have to live with Phil Neville/Fortune for a few more years.
 

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Drito said:
In our dreams, aye, in reality we have to live with Phil Neville/Fortune for a few more years.
You have my condolences. :sob:
 

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Would be a great deal ! But sorry Roman has beat us to him
 

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heard a great deal about him, but roman will beat us to it..
 

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he is naturalized french man
That's absurd. Argentina blesses the world with good football.
Heinze has a German and Italian heritage, and here's what he considers himself:

uefa.com: Your father is German and your mother is Italian, so you could have played for either of those countries. Was there ever any doubt that you would choose Argentina?

Heinze: No, never. Ever since I started to play football I had two dreams: to play in the top flight for my club and to represent the Argentinian national team.

uefa.com: You have been in Europe since 1997 when you joined Valladolid from Newell's Old Boys. Do you feel a little bit European now?

Heinze: I feel 100 per cent Argentinian every moment of the day. I love the European way of life, but my roots remain in Argentina.


uefa.com interview
 

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there are a few argies i would have liked to see at OT... one was certainly ayala. batistuta wasnt half bad, scored a blinder against us for fiorentina
 
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