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VAN PERSIE THANKS EPL AND HAPPY IN FERNEBACHE.
« on: July 15, 2015, 03:53:23 AM »


RVP as he is mostly called by the media has wished both of his
former Premier League clubs well for the
future as he prepares to link up with old
Red Devils team-mate Nani in the Turkish
capital.
Robin van Persie has taken the time to thank
former clubs Arsenal and Manchester United as
he completes his summer move to
Fenerbahce.
The 31-year-old former Manchester United striker was unveiled at Sukru
Saracoglu Stadium on Tuesday after agreeing a
4.7 million transfer from Old Trafford, joining
former United team-mate Nani in Istanbul.
Van Persie who really knows how to appreciate those who has treated him well over his 11 long years in England took to Twitter
to wish both Arsenal and United well for the
future.
He then tagged alongside images of the
team and individual awards he won at both
clubs.








Van Persie is regarded warmly at United
despite two injury-hit final seasons at Old
Trafford, having scored 26 Premier League
goals in a top notch debut campaign to help Sir
Alex Ferguson bow out with one last league
title.

During his first press conference in Fernabache This is what Van Persie as to say.....

"I'm very happy, really. Now I'm a part of the
Fenerbahce family. Thanks to everybody who
involves this transfer process. I always love the
passion that Turkish people have. I hope to be
successful in here for the next years.
"I feel very good for now but I need to train in
order to reach my top level before the season.
I know that I have the physical and mental
capability to play football for many years. I'll do
everything for this.
"I knew that I could leave Manchester United
for a while. In football you can have good and
bad days. I've always in good dialogue with my
team-mates and the board in Manchester. I
think that I gained their appreciation. It's
enough for me."



We do wish the Netherland's player a successful career in Turkey considering the fact he as been a blessing to the english premier league, You will be missed dearly RVP.

















« Last Edit: July 15, 2015, 04:48:24 AM by David Allyson »



 


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