Van Persie having a tricky time .

Robin van Persie produces terrible miss for Fenerbache

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It's fair to say that ex-Arsenal and Manchester United striker Robin van Persie has been in decline over the past couple of years. 

After leading the Red Devils to the Premier League title during the 2012/13 season, the experienced Dutchman just hasn't been able to produce the goods on a consistent basis. 

He has still scored here and there, of course, but he's certainly not the lethal force that he once was. 


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At the age of 32, it's not exactly surprising that Van Persie, who has had a number of injuries throughout his career, is deteriorating. 

Despite his recent struggles, the forward has been linked with a return to the Premier League during this transfer window. 

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RVP shocker

West Ham United have been credited with an interest in his services, while Middlesbrough have also been linked

Ultimately, then, playing for Fenerbache in pre-season on Saturday appeared to be Van Persie's perfect chance to show that he's not lost his quality in front of goal. 


But Van Persie well and truly fluffed his lines. As you can see in the video below, he missed an absolute sitter...

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