Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is concerned that former striker Louis Saha could put a severe dent in his side’s title hopes, The
The 33 year old striker has moved from Everton to Spurs in January and has three goals in as many appearances for Harry Redknapp’s men. Saha spent four seasons at Old Trafford and scored 42 goals in 124 appearances from 2004 to 2008. Spurs face Ferguson’s men this weekend at White Hart Lane looking to halt United’s run for the title and put themselves back in the race.
Ferguson has heaped praise on his former player and believes he is one threat in a very lively Spurs side this season. United needed a last-minute winner from Ryan Giggs to beat Norwich last weekend and Ferguson will be hopeful for more when they travel to North London.
‘He is a handful, no doubt about that. He’s got two great feet, he’s quick, he’s got a good spring in the air. Everton were happy to let him go and then he goes to Spurs and scores two goals. That’s typical of Louis. He’s got tremendous talent, he just doesn’t play enough’, The Scotsman said.
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