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Jesper Olsen – From Manchester to Melbourne


The memories of a seven year old child normally last a lifetime as  Manchester United supporter Jonathan Howcroft can testify after meeting one of his childhood heroes thousands of miles away from home. Denmark international Jesper Olsen spent four years from 1984 at United winning an FA Cup in his first season, before settling in Melbourne with his family following a serious injury which forced his retirement in 1992.

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No Top 4 for United says this so called “Expert”


You will find ‘square pegs in round holes’ in all walks of life but nowhere more so than in the British tabloid press. That’s why it may not be surprising to see a deep, thoughtful analysis on a subjest like why the UK economy will make a spectacular comeback in the next twelve months by Paul Gascoigne in one of our ‘best selling’ newspapers. Best selling is of course usually just another term for gutter press so while the thought of Gazza giving his ‘valued’ opinions on the economy may seem ridiculous, it’s no more unthinkable than having a judge on such television shows as Britain’s and America’s Got Talent attempting to give serious predictions for the new Premier League season.
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No Top 4 for United says this so called "Expert"


You will find ‘square pegs in round holes’ in all walks of life but nowhere more so than in the British tabloid press. That’s why it may not be surprising to see a deep, thoughtful analysis on a subjest like why the UK economy will make a spectacular comeback in the next twelve months by Paul Gascoigne in one of our ‘best selling’ newspapers. Best selling is of course usually just another term for gutter press so while the thought of Gazza giving his ‘valued’ opinions on the economy may seem ridiculous, it’s no more unthinkable than having a judge on such television shows as Britain’s and America’s Got Talent attempting to give serious predictions for the new Premier League season.
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