JACK GAUGHAN: It was David Friio, a man best known on these shores for leading Plymouth Argyle’s ascent up the Football League, who spotted a star now ready to become the most expensive player in world football.
Friio took up a scouting role with Manchester United in his native France when he finished patrolling midfields in 2006. There was almost a certainty that he would spend a sizeable amount of time at Le Havre in Normandy on the North West coast.
The club’s tradition of…
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