Robin Van Persie (RVP) glad to get off the mark

Robin Van Persie Move to United

Robin glad to get off the mark. Having been afforded a rousing ovation by a packed Old Trafford on his home debut, Robin van Persie was delighted to return the favour with a breath-taking goal in the Reds’ win over Fulham.

The Dutchman scored a fabulous equaliser to cancel out Damien Duff’s opening goal and generally impressed as United edged out the Cottagers in a five-goal affair.While conceding that his home bow was a ‘different’ experience van Persie admitted it was an afternoon to savour, telling MUTV: “I think I’ll always look back on this game; that we won on my home debut and that I scored a good goal.

“It was different, of course. I came here a couple of times before but I always liked this stadium, the size of it. The pitch is big, the pitch is always nice. Now I’m a United player, everyone knows that and I’m looking forward to this challenge. The fans have been brilliant today, supporting us and they gave me a very warm welcome, so I’m very pleased.“It was a bit nervy, but we held on and the main thing was that we got the points today, so that’s out of the way and it was a good day in the end, a good three points.”

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2 Responses to “Robin Van Persie (RVP) glad to get off the mark”

  1. uyui Says:

    Wenger preferred to PSG rather that leeting their rivals Man United having RVP, but at the end RVP is at the Old trafford and Man U Boss Sir Alex Fugerson hopes that RVP will have a debut with Everton on Monday

  2. Onesmo christian Says:

    Rvp kuimaliza man city msimu ujao big up all ,man u maze!

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