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Rvp concerning England

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Rvp concerning England

Post by Game on Wed Sep 28, 2016 8:46 pm

VAN PERSIE CANNOT RULE OUT
FUTURE ENGLAND MOVE
Jack Davies
The ex-Arsenal and Manchester
United star has revealed his
children – who he says are more
English than Dutch – will decide
his next destination
Fenerbache forward Robin van Persie
is open to the possibility of an
England return, saying his children will
have a significant say in where he
plays from now.
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The Netherlands international plies his
trade in Turkey, having previously
turned out for Feyenoord, Arsenal and
Manchester United.
And the 33-year-old concedes his
family has become a growing influence
as he plots his next steps and stated
fans may yet see him on a football
pitch in England.
"We've moved around in recent years
and that suits me very well," Van
Persie is quoted as telling Feyenoord TV .
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"Over the years I have seen that you
cannot really plan your career. You
have to take it as it comes. There are
all kinds of things in your path and
you accept it or not.
"That's how I will approach the last
few years. I'm open to everything. I've
been away from the Netherlands for
13 years and that suits me fine.
Whether it's in England, Turkey or
wherever.
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"The kids are involved. They are even
more English than Dutch because they
grew up there. There comes a time
when they also get a bigger say in
where they'd like to live and be."
Van Persie takes on former club
Feyenoord with Fener in the Europa
League on Thursday in a continental
campaign that will also see him face
United in Group A.

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