Top Soccer: MU Left By Two Senior Players

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Manchester United Aroma at Sunderland are now more viscous.

Sunderland get additional personnel to strengthen their back line. John O'Shea and Wes Brown is now officially left Manchester United to join The Black Cats.

Aroma Manchester United at Sunderland are now more viscous. Their manager, Steve Bruce, is a former Manchester United player.

"John for strengthening the MU to play solid and consistent for over a decade. He is a professional either within or outside the field," said Bruce.

O'Shea 13 years playing for Manchester United. That means the entire professional career he has always defended the Red Devil. 255 appearances in the Premier League with a collection of 10 goals. Feeling the five Premier League titles and one Champions League title.

While Brown (31) since the beginning of his career in 1996 has strengthened the MU. Total he played 232 times and scored three goals.

There remains one more player who is rumored to be leaving Manchester United to Sunderland. He was Darron Gibson, who was loaned to Royal Antwerp and Wolves. (The Globe and Mail)

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