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Latics Bid £4 Million for Mathieu Valbuena


Wigan Athletic, according to the Sunday People, have bid £4 million for Marseille wide midfield man Mathieu Valbuena.

The 24 year old Frenchman has been at Marseille since June 2006 and made 75 appearances for the club scoring 7 goals one of which was the winner against Liverpool in a Champions League game.

Valbuena took the place of Frank Ribery in the team when the France international left for Bayern Munich and he has been called up to the France international squad but as yet not made any appearances due to injury.

At 5` 5" Valbuena isn`t the biggest guy and his nickname is Le Petit vélo, the small bike.




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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 5 2009

Time: 12:35PM

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Has the missus says size isnt everything, Shaun Wright Phillips isnt the biggest but still wouldnt mind him
worbo
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05/07/2009 12:37:00

Wide midfield man, but which side?
centrelink1
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05/07/2009 15:09:00

He's a righty.
avantsweater
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05/07/2009 16:09:00

low sense of gravity makes him difficult to mark!
merlin
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05/07/2009 18:59:00

Players don't need to be tall to be effective in this league. Look at Arshavin.
avantsweater
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06/07/2009 01:21:00

He is also able to run between the legs of most full backs.
TeddyLyon
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06/07/2009 04:04:00

And Wright-Phillips. We could use this guy, Id be happy to see him at Wigan
centrelink1
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06/07/2009 16:32:00

he going liverpool
lathamwafc
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13/07/2009 18:17:00

 

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