Darren Fletcher & Neil Simpson
Darren Barr Fletcher (born 1 February 1984 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish footballer who plays as a central midfielder for English Premier League club Manchester United. Neil Alexander Simpson (born 15 November 1961 in London, England) is a former Scottish international footballer known for his time with Aberdeen F.C.. /5
No.. It was last season and it was Neil Simpson's testimonial and Darren Fletcher scored, Was u even there?
Fletcher Won't Be Rushed Back. Sir Alex Ferguson insists that Darren Fletcher won't be rushed in competitive action. The midfielder made a come to the game in a testimonial match of Arbeeden legend, Neil Simpson on tuesday having been out since November 2011. "For Darren,it's great to be back and I hope it's the start for him," Ferguson said. "He joined in training a couple of weeks ago and it's one of these situations where you say 'let's see how he does' because he has had a really difficult time in the last year. "He's got to the stage now where he feels he needs a game. He's been training really well. "I let him join Scotland this week for their game but he wanted a game so I said 'come to Aberdeen and join up afterwards'.".IRE O.
Scotland captain Darren Fletcher made his Manchester United return following a lengthy lay-off in a 2-1 defeat to Aberdeen in a benefit match for Dons legend Neil Simpson.
Flecther is back! Darren Fletcher came off the bench to a rapturous reception in the Neil Simpson Testimonial at Aberdeen on Tuesday night after nine months on the sidelines.
Darren Fletcher made an appearance for Manchester United in Neil Simpson testimonial against Aberdeen this morning.
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has explained Darren Fletcher's return to action in Neil Simpson's Testimonial.
Darren Fletcher made a welcome return to action for Manchester United in Neil Simpson's testimonial at Aberdeen.
One last update for our Mancester United fans before the season starts: The final warm game for United before the season kicks-off vs Everton took place tonight. A United XI lost 2-1 away to Aberdeen in Neil Simpson's Testimonial Game. The United team was a mixed bag made up of youth/reserve players, first team players and club legends. Players like Michael Keane, Paul Scholes and Dwight Yorke all got a run out. Anderson scored United's only goal in a losing effort but perhaps the biggest takeaway from the match was the performance of Darren Fletcher. Fletcher played 30 mins on his first appearance for the club since his nine month absence due to a long term illness. Attention now switches back to the Premier League opener where the big team selection question will be: Who starts in goal? My vote is for De Gea!
Fletcher back at Pittodrie: Darren Fletcher was a welcome addition to the squad for the Neil Simpson Testimonial.
Good news for Scotland is that Darren Fletcher is on the bench tonight for Neil Simpson's testimonial. Good to see him back fit.
Breaking: Darren Fletcher is on the bench in Neil Simpson testimonial match (v Aberdeen). Booster for United!
Darren Fletcher is named on the bench for tonight's Neil Simpson benefit match against Aberdeen.
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