WHY I OWE SIR ALEX – FABIO

Nantes defender Fabio da Silva has said that he owes legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson for the impact he made on his career as a professional footballer. He made this known during an exclusive interview with the Manchester Evening News (MEN). According to him, Sir Alex Ferguson looked after him and his brother Rafael da Silva when they signed for the Red Devils as teenagers over a decade ago.


Fabio da Silva and Rafael da Silva both signed for Manchester United at the same time after they were spotted at a youth tournament. Fabio da Silva said Sir Alex Ferguson is a fantastic person as he thanked him for what the Scot did for him, his brother Rafael and his family. The Nantes fullback said Sir Alex Ferguson liked him and his brother as people and not as footballers alone. Continue reading “WHY I OWE SIR ALEX – FABIO”

ARSENAL AND NAPOLI BATTLE FOR LEFTBACK

Arsenal are said to be in a close battle with Italian side Napoli for Celtic right back Kieran Tierney according to reports from England. The Celtic defender had been the subject of two bids from the Gunners already which had been rejected.

It is understood that an initial bid of £15 million and a subsequent bid of £20 million had been turned down by the Scottish giants. it is understood that Italian giants Napoli have become the latest club to be linked with a move to for the player as they look to strengthen their defence ahead of next season.
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NEXT UNITED’S MAN OF THE NEXT BIG THINGS, FABIO DA SILVA

Baldi’s Ryan book “Next Big Thing, How Football’s Wonderkids Get Left Behind” tries to sparkle a light on why a portion of the diversion’s remarkable abilities never entirely satisfy their potential, why ability and want alone frequently aren’t sufficient to ‘make it’, and what happens when the stars don’t adjust for these young fellows.

Fabio da Silva, a talented Well trained Brazilian who combined with United Manchester at a matured age of18, his own experiences and commitments from previous United mentor Meulensteen Rene, how Fabio was a casualty of timing, while the twins landing in United couldn’t have been increasingly fortunate and opportune for Rafael. alongside indistinguishable twin sibling Rafael. Here, Fabio delicacies the contending feelings given ascent by watching his sibling set up himself in the Old Trafford first group in a way he himself was never ready to, regardless of being viewed as the more capable of the pair.
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