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Betting Shop: Zaha will get a chance to shine with Manchester United
By Andrew Scott Monday, 15 July 2013 12:45
David Moyes, Manchester United boss, said that this season Wilfried Zaha will get the chance to shine with his side after he made a very impressive pre-season debut in Thailand, and many betting shops would really like to see this happen.
Betting shops saw that in Bangkok, Zaha played the second half of United’s 1-0 defeat by the Singha All Stars – a result that Moyes was not very concerned with, considering the relative lack of experience.
There was plenty of speculation amongst betting shops and many people with a betting site that this season the 20-year-old player would go back on loan to Crystal Palace, but Moyes gave a pretty big hint that this would not happen.
“Wilfried did well,” said Moyes. “He gave us a little bit of something different.
“We have brought him here to give him a chance. It is the first time I have worked with him and had a chance to see him up close.
“He will certainly be part of the squad and we will see where we can fit him in as often as we can.”
Many people with a betting site that saw the match were at the edge of their seats when they saw that Zaha came very close to levelling his side when he curled a shot against the post, but betting shops saw that in the end they could find no response to Teeratep Winothai’s goal at the 50th minute.
“It wasn’t a brilliant result but this wasn’t one we desperately needed to win,” added Moyes.
“It is one we need to get prepared to win games from.
“(Adnan Januzaj) was a plus for us. He played well. It is always good when you give a young player a chance and he shows up. He did that tonight.
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“The more he plays like that, the more opportunities he is likely to get.”
Betting shops will continue to follow developments on the player, and many believe that there’s a very bright future ahead of him in the sport.