With Manchester City's defeat by Southampton today, should Sir Alex Ferguson deploy a weakened side against Everton? Should United's main focus this week be on Real Madrid now?
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Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson seems to anticipate that Darren Fletcher will make a full recovery after surgery to resolve a chronic illness. If the midfielder does step on the pitch again, it'll be as a holding-midfielder.
Manchester United came back from an early 1-0 deficit to beat Southampton 2-1 via a pair of goals from Wayne Rooney.
If Darren Fletcher can recover from surgery to resolve his Ulcerative Colitis and return to the football pitch, it likely won't be as an energetic box-to-box midfielder.
Has Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson been prepping Wayne Rooney for a right-sided role in the Manchester derby? If recent injuries are considered, though, in the United midfield, might the Englishman feature in central-midfield instead aga