Date: 24th October 2010 at 6:50pm
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Today wasn’t the first time I have seen Javier Hernandez kiss the badge. In all honesty I haven’t thought anything of it, he hasn’t been at the club long enough for me to take it seriously even though he has spoken of his love for former players and how he was a United fan growing up.

This week we got a sharp reminder of how rare loyalty is in the modern game. We had also seen Wayne Rooney kiss the badge and declare he wanted to be at the club for the rest of his life thus his statement on Wednesday came as quite a shock, Rooney will have to do a lot to rebuild the relationship he had with the fans but at the same time Hernandez is doing his best to assume a similar position to the one Wayne once occupied.

Listening to his post match interview he made all the right noises:

so hopefully he we don’t find ourselves in a similar position with the ‘little pea’.


3 responses to “(Picture) So what does loyalty mean now?”

  1. Dean says:

    I think as with all players, Fergie uses them until they don’t fit anymore Ruud, Keane, Stam, Beckham, Phil Neville, Nicky Butt, Sheringham, Yorke, Cole and many others that have come and gone and the best time of their careers have been at Manchester United. It doesn’t matter what players think, say or do the only thing us supporters should listen to is the manager. If fergie believes someone is good enough then we should take his word. Fergie is Manchester United he has won 32 trophies at our great clue ifanything he has made this club what it is now. We have a great history but the stats show Fergie is the main man and whatever he says about this club the players or anything to do Manchester United I believe what he says

  2. Simmo says:

    There is a cure for depression! Don’t go down the drugs route! Talk to someone!!

  3. Rafa Benitez says:

    Rooney is the most overrated player in the history of football, and that was when he was on the top of his game. He only stayed because Barcelona and Real Madrid didnt want him and of course the 5 year deal worth £60M. It has nothing to do with loyalty. That should help in the quest to keep on top of the interest payments on the PIK debt structure which is crippling your club to the tune of £750M.

    On the brightside, the Galzers wont be leaving any time soon, as they are milking Utd to pay off the running cost and debt from all thier other failing businesses… The lord sure does move in mysterious ways!!