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    Monday, 29 March 2021

    Manchester United's Dan James dismiss supporting Liverpool

    Dan James has hit back at Sky Sports pundit over alleged support of Liverpool FC


    Manchester United winger Daniel James has moved to deny claims he grew up supporting Liverpool.

    Speaking to United’s official website, James has called out an unnamed Sky Sports pundit for saying he supports Liverpool at the time of his arrival at United, and admitted he grew up a Chelsea fan.

    Recalling, the Wales international was on the verge of a transfer to Leeds United in January 2019, only for the deal to fall through in the final hours of the window.

    After playing out the remainder of the campaign at Swansea, the 23-year-old joined Man United at the start of the summer window in that same year in a deal worth around £15million.


    And now, it seems the Manchester United acquired talent has not forgotten about a comment made after his arrival at Old Trafford.

    He said: "When I signed for United, I can’t remember who it was, one of the Sky Sports [pundits] said: ‘he supports Liverpool’.

    "I was thinking I don't support Liverpool, but I never wanted to come out and say I supported Chelsea as a youngster.

    "When I started playing for Swansea it [Chelsea] was the team I followed, but you don’t end up supporting them really.

    "I used to look at their players when I was younger - [Eden] Hazard, [Juan] Mata and [Didier] Drogba - and they were players that I loved. You kind of grow out of that.

    "It was quite strange playing them in the first game of the season and before the game I never thought I would come on.

    "It's a big game, I thought it would be a close encounter but we were actually 3-0 up.

    "Then I thought I could get my opportunity here. It was goosebumps when the gaffer [Ole Gunnar Solskjaer] called my name.

    "I think I got 15 minutes which was great. It was surreal and the fans, when I made my debut, it was just great them clapping when you come on and them really cheering you on. That set me alight really."

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