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Casper In As Man Utd Youth Guru

Casper In As Man Utd Youth Guru



Chris Casper will return to where it all began this week and take up the rains as youth coach at Manchester United. Having been part of that famous youth side including, Paul Scholes, the Neville`s and David Beckham, the son of Burnley's legendary striker Frank Casper, left Grimsby today.


Chris, who made two appearances for United, was a cultured defender who was robbed of his career at just 24 whilst playing for Reading against Cardiff. The horrific injury resulted in a show trial that netted Chris a million in damages.

Good luck Chris and thanks..... and if any of your young chargelings need some match practice you know the number.



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Writer:Ocean of Optimism
Date:Wednesday June 30 2010
Time: 8:39PM

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