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Manchester United players meet fans after training on Australian tour

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Manchester United players meet fans after training on Australian tour

Manchester United players meet fans after training on Australian tour

Manchester United players meet fans at the WACA Ground in Perth after training on their Australian tour.

The squad are preparing to play Perth Glory on July 13.

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