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Longevity!

Longevity!

A lot has been made this season of how Sir Alex Ferguson has nurtured his side and managed to keep the United career`s of Ryan Giggs and a fresh from not being retired Paul Scholes, going.

Martin Jol will be acutely aware that his own golden oldie - Danny Murphy - is fast approaching the end of his contract with it expiring this summer.

Murphy, now thirty-five, is a valuable member of our side and is able to dictate, from the centre of the midfield, the pace of a game.

There are many up in Merseyside that still bemoan the fact that Murphy was allowed to leave Liverpool, now whether Danny and Fulham Football Club will come to a satisfactory conclusion, a conclusion that sees Danny remain at Craven Cottage, we`re unable to say.

But, it`d be a crying shame if we didn`t follow the example set by somebody who will go down in this game of ours as, probably, the best manager the game has ever seen.

Longevity - the word of the day!



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Monday April 2 2012
Time: 4:49PM

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it's crazy that's he as old as he is, yet irreplaceable at the moment on the fulham squad... a one-year contract?
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02/04/2012 19:52:00
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