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By ESPN Staff

Fortune favours chance to play in World Cup

Former Manchester United star Quinton Fortune has set his sights on next year's World Cup after joining Belgian minnows AFC Tubize on a six-month loan.

The South Africa midfielder joined the Jupiler League side earlier this week after falling our of favour with Italian second-tier club Brescia.

"I am happy to be here," he told Sporza. "Why Tubize? I want just to play football again. Then, why not here?

"In the beginning, Tubize's interest was a little bit strange, I've never heard about the club.

"But after, I was convinced. Tubize is a marvellous club. I was glad to play for Manchester United. Now, I dream to play the World cup in my country, South Africa."

The 31-year-old player hopes his experience can help the team who currently sit 15th in the 18-team division.

"I am not (Lionel) Messi, nor Pele or (Diego) Maradona but I can bring to Tubize my experience and my mentality," he added.

"I come to Tubize with my family and I will learn French. I already understand Dutch.

"When I was 17 years old, I came to Belgium, when I was trialled by Club Bruges."


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