Tate testimonial postponed

Alan Tate's testimonial match between Swansea and Manchester United has been postponed.

Last Updated: 20/06/13 at 12:48 Post Comment

Alan Tate: Testimonial postponed

Alan Tate: Testimonial postponed

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The game was due to take place on Tuesday, August 13, and will be rescheduled for a later date.

The scheduled date was just four days before the opening weekend of the Premier League season, which United will start with a trip to Swansea in David Moyes' first game in charge.

Tate started his career at Old Trafford but joined Swansea for the first of two loan spells in 2002, before making the move permanent in 2004.

The 30-year-old is one of a select band of players, along with Garry Monk and Leon Britton, to represent the club in all four divisions.

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