Gabriel Obertan | 2009/10 Performances

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  1. Jun 15, 2010

    77 urinates in helmets

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    Fergie'll loan him out this summer
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    MUFC07 Full Member

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    I don't think we need to loan him out. What he needs is confidence, once he gets that high, and his mental power reaches a good stability, then he will become hell of a player. That won't happen in August, it could take the whole next season. We all like watching our players transform into world-beating monsters.
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    devilish Juventus fan who used to support United

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    I think that Obretan needs more than confidence to develop into a hell of a player. The player may have pace and dribbling skills but he is incredibly raw. His finishing and his crossing need to improve. The boy has talent but for some reason he seems to lack the basics to use that talent efficiently
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    Off to Rangers in the summer, off off off off!
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    I'd be disappointed unless he brought some top player in, because as it is now I think Obertan will get 15-20 games with United next year probably, which is better than 35 elsewhere.
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    Not sure we'll loan him out. When he was with Bordeaux he was loaned out and not sure that helped him. He didn't get appearances etc.

    Problem is that he's got both Valencia and Nani ahead of him in the RM slot. Unless he learns to play on the left wing or as a playmaker he might find the going tough.

    I like him though - he's a real impact player as long as his confidence is up.

    tx
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    Escobar Poster originally known as Michel04

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    He can play on the LW, he probably had his best game for us (Wolfsburg) on the left as well
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    RedThaiDevils#7 Full Member

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    Not to mention he played LW in the build up play that led to Scholes goal vs. Mancity.
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