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Several Manchester United Players Attend NBA Game in UK While On International Break: Nightly Soccer Report

ferdinand januzaj 600x450 Several Manchester United Players Attend NBA Game in UK While On International Break: Nightly Soccer Report

Several Manchester United footballers attended a NBA game last night to relax while on their international break.

United players Adnan Januzaj, David de Gea, Rio Ferdinand, Darren Fletcher and former players Andy Cole and Quinton Fortune watched the game in the same arena as Patrick Vieira, Tom Huddlestone, Jake Livermore, Jack Rodwell, Curtis Davies, Fabrice Muamba and others.

The players were at the NBA game between Oklahoma City Thunder and Philadelphia 76ers.

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