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It is indicative of the enduring faith that Jose Pekerman still has in Radamel Falcao that the Colombia coach abandoned the 4-2-3-1 that saw them light up last year’s World Cup in Brazil for this summer’s Copa America, reverting back to a front two in order to fit the 29 year old into the side.
It was a relatively quiet end to the January transfer window for Manchester United as deadline day was marked by the sole incoming of Andy Kellett on loan from Bolton, a left-back who will now be given a chance to impress in Warren Joyce’s under-21 side, and the exits of Wilfried Zaha to Crystal Palace,
There is little to no doubt that at this current moment in time Radamel Falcao is the best striker in world football. The Colombian forward, currently plying his trade at Atletico Madrid is dominating the headlines both in Spain and across Europe with continued tales of his exploits. His career began at River Plate in