EX-RED TATE'S NO REGRETS.Byline: ROB COLE
ALAN TATE Tate , (John Orley) Allen 1899-1979.
American writer and editor. A leading exponent of New Criticism, he edited the Sewanee Review (1944-1946) and is known especially for his poetry, including "Ode to the Confederate Dead" (1926). still remembers walking out on Manchester United. But the Swansea centre back, 29, has no regrets. "I knocked on Sir Alex Ferguson's door and asked him 'what does my future hold'? I'd just come back from being on loan at Swansea and he said he would offer me a year's contract," said Tate (left), who came through United's youth system but is now three games short of 300 for the Swans. "But he said I might only get games in the Carling car·ling
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"It is nine years ago this week that we had to beat Hull to stay in the Football League. The club to have come such a long way since!" ANDY ANDY Andrew
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