Date: 3rd July 2011 at 11:35am
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With a decent player costing, on average, £25 million, to me it makes perfect sense to invest in a facility that offers them the best medical care there is.

Therefore, with the News of the World running a story that infers United are to invest in building a state-of-the-art medical facility at their Carrington training base, at a cost of £250 million, it seems good business sense.

The facility, when built, will enable United to carry out CT and MRI scans on players who have picked up injuries as well as offering dentistry facilities and the development of state of the art ground-breaking training development programmes.

My only question relates to why we didn`t do something like this sooner!



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