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Ferguson wants Gibson in London Road


Darron Gibson to move out on loanPeterborough United boss Darren Ferguson, son of Sir Alex Ferguson, is looking to sign one of his father youngster’s Darron Gibson on loan. Ferguson confirmed his interest in United reserves team midfielder’s Gibson after he scored a wonderful goal in a pre-season friendly meeting between the two clubs last month in London Road.

Gibson, who spent most of his time with Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan last season, is unlikely to get a place in the first team squad as he is facing a strong challenge with other United midfielders. And Sir Alex Ferguson is expected to let his young player to gain some first team experience under the management of his son Darren.

Now younger Ferguson hopes to have his new player in place for Peterborough’s League One game with Northampton Town next weekend.

“I am still looking at a number of players, one from the Premier League and he is a midfielder,” Ferguson told Peterborough official website.

“I just feel if we can get those additions in then we will have a really strong squad with players for every position.

“However, I am looking to bring players in that can play straight away and when the loan window re-opens, we will see if we can sort something out.”

We hope Darron improves his game with Peterborough.

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Ferguson family battle in London Road end with United win


Darren Ferguson could not beat his father, Sir Alex Ferguson, in yesterday Barry Fry Testimonial game between Peterborough and Manchester United. United’s squad made hard work to win against a brave opponents, who could have recorded an excellent win if United keeper Tomasz Kuszczak was not in his day.

The Posh started the game very well and they had many chances to score. Scott Rendell seeing an early shot blocked and then Craig Morgan glanced a header wide of the target after Rio Ferdinand had given away the corner kick. Darren Fletcher took number seven shirt in United’s starting line-up which also featured England internationals Rio Ferdinand and Wes Brown as well as Patrice Evra, Carlos Tevez and Nani, but with all due respect to the Darren, Ronaldo’s absence was flagrant.Nani fired a shot by his left foot wide of the target on the half hour mark after Tevez cross to the back post.

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