Manchester United Twitter account makes unorthodox statements


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I thought we had already settled this, regarding Manchester United striker Robin van Persie. Usually official accounts don’t make statements on actual news. They never really say anything newsworthy. At least not until long after everyone knows. Most official accounts just tweet promotional stuff.

By now you’ve heard the news that van Persie is happy at Old Trafford. This disputes the earlier claims that he was unhappy with Manchester United and looking to leave. You’ve heard the opposite is true, from van Persie, and from David Moyes, now you hear it from the official Twitter Manchester United account.

 

 

We already all knew this, why belabor the point? And then bring it up yet again?

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