Fraizer Campbell joined Manchester United’s youth set up when he was 10-years-old and spend 12 years at the club.
This weekend, United have a slim chance of winning the league if they beat Sunderland, and Campbell has admitted he wishes it was possible for us both to win.
“It would be nice if we could both win,” he admitted. “But I just want to win for Sunderland. If City lose and we play a 5-5 draw, that might be ideal! A lot of my family support United. They will definitely try and win it because they have still got a chance of winning the league. But we would like to finish the season on a high. It is the last home game for the fans, and that is important for us. The fact it is Manchester United is not on my mind at all. They know they need to score a few goals. They will make it difficult. But you would expect that from United anyway.”
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