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    #1

    to be straight into...

    Michael Owen was straight into the Liverpool first team, with no rest and no technical development.
    Does it mean that Micheal Owen moved to Liverpool straightly? or what?

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    Re: to be straight into...

    He was picked for the first team at the earliest possible moment.

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