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GERMANY/ BORUSSIA D., All Manchester will observe Lewandowski

03.10.2012 16.15 by TM W  read 1037
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Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund will meet in Champions League this evening and a lot of people will observe this match, above all because the Polish striker, Robert Lewandowski (24), is observed also by Roberto Mancini and Sir Alex Ferguson. Also the coach of Manchester United, according to Daily Telegraph will be at Ethiad this evening with his assistant Mike Phelan. In August, Lewandowski was the first market target of Red Devils befose the purchase of Robin van Persie.

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