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Bordeaux striker David Bellion has hailed the spirit Sir Alex Ferguson has created at Manchester United.

http://ad.au.doubleclick.net/ad/prodigy.tribalfootball/generic;sz=300x250;ord=123456789? "There is a lot of jealousy in football, but I never saw it at Manchester because nobody needed to prove anything," Bellion told But!

"The players are great and have a fantastic state of mind. What surprised me the most was the fact that Giggs or Keane, who are models for their state of mind, are the simplest persons in the world!

"Sir Alex Ferguson always put me in the best conditions before the matches, which permitted me to score goals.

"That kind of things makes the strength of the great ones, because they have a group of 25 internationals to manage.

"He played guys like Giggs - one of my heroes - then put him on the bench and played him again the game after. But everybody accepted it! At other clubs, that can explode.

"What was good is the fact that he always talked to us even if we did not play well. He motivated us and encouraged us. So we could express our potential, and I feel the same with my new coach."
 

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To be perfectly honest I couldn't care less what an ex player says in an interview with some journalist somewhere.
 

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You finally put post in right thread after 4 tries at this :confused:

Now RD is going a bit crazy at you now, lmao.....

How can you make 4 posts and get 3 in wrong forum ???

Did you check first ?

Well...........

Did you ???? :p
 

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hahahaha at least he's trying :p
now back to the subject...Bellion said something bout SAF talking to him b4 matches which permitted him to score goals??...m sure he's talking bout reserve games right?
 

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hahahaha at least he's trying :p
now back to the subject...Bellion said something bout SAF talking to him b4 matches which permitted him to score goals??...m sure he's talking bout reserve games right?
yea lol

so much for the *next henry*
 

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David Bellion was one of Fergie's...er...less successful signings, shall we say. I'm glad he bears no grudge or ill will to the club but TBH he is a player best forgotten about!
 

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When you weight up all of Fergies less than successful signings, like Bellion, you have got to question his judgement - he was made far more unsuccessful signings than good.
 

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When you weight up all of Fergies less than successful signings, like Bellion, you have got to question his judgement - he was made far more unsuccessful signings than good.
Like? Bellion, Djemba Djemba and Kleberson are the only shit players I can think of.
People like Forlan and Veron just couldnt cut it in England, but they still had there days.
 

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Like? Bellion, Djemba Djemba and Kleberson are the only shit players I can think of.
People like Forlan and Veron just couldnt cut it in England, but they still had there days.
You really want a list?!

The goalkeepers alone should be enough!!!

Taibi, Bosnich, Carroll, Ricardo etc etc

I guess it depends on what you class as a 'bad signing' but names like Prunier, Cruyff, Poborsky, Blanc, Goram and Milne tend to come up in these debates.
 

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You really want a list?!

The goalkeepers alone should be enough!!!

Taibi, Bosnich, Carroll, Ricardo etc etc

I guess it depends on what you class as a 'bad signing' but names like Prunier, Cruyff, Poborsky, Blanc, Goram and Milne tend to come up in these debates.

Lets not forget that clown ...... Barthez!
 
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