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    Is there any conflict?

    He was Brazilian, and the complication, as ever, was the World Cup, which he was desperate to play in. His scheme was to go to Vasco Da Gama for the rest of the season so he could play in the South Africa World Cup of 2010. ‘You’re not leaving here. We’re not investing millions of pounds in a player so he can shoot off to Brazil,’ I told him.

    There isn't a conflict in the pharse above?

    First Ferguson says : You'r not leaving here and then declares : We are non investing milions of pounds in a player so he can depart quickly to brazil.
    or may he cannot depart that easily and quickly?

    Any idea?

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    Re: Is there any conflict?

    There's no conflict.​k

    Ferguson was not going to pay millions of pounds for a player and then let him fly off to Brazil.

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