John O’Shea ten years and more to come!
Ireland international defender John O’Shea will celebrate his 10th year as a senior player at Old Trafford this week when Manchester United host Bolton. O’Shea made his United debut in October 1999 in Aston Villa League Cup defeat at Villa Park.
Sir Alex Ferguson will hand O’Shea,28 years old, the captain armband to celebrate his longevity after he did the same in the opening game against Birmingham.
“I don’t want to look back on my Manchester United career,” he said. “Fingers crossed there is lots more to come. I knew if I was going to leave United I would have a great grounding. The education was terrific, not only in terms of football, but maturing as a person.
“But when you look back, I guess everything has worked out okay so far. Long may it continue.”
“I used to think I was quite young. Obviously you know the years are ticking by because of the age of the lads coming into the squad and the amount of games you have played.
“I have been fortunate enough to be captain as well. You know you are maturing and getting that bit older.”
Long live John O’Shea!
3 thoughts on “John O’Shea ten years and more to come!”
Wow – Doesn’t seem like 10 Years. Good work John O!
I know, where does time go. Would you put Johno in the greatest XI, I wouldnt but I randomly I found this site that decides who the greatest player and XI to play for United in the Prem. Check it out http://www.greatestmanunitedplayer.com, stupidly addictive!
hi james… I know this site.. the fans choose who is the best between two players and they have a system which calculate… so its not real in my opinion..Johno is good for United..but cant add him to all time greatest here
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