Last updated : 29 August 2004 By Editor

Argentina beat Paraguay 1-0 in the Olympic final.

Heinze: "I don't make the calendar. I am just a player.

"The problems are for other people to sort out. FIFA and the other governing bodies arrange the games and the tournaments, all I do is play in them if selected.

"I have a few niggles like most players but I am fit and young, so I can get through them.

"I don't need a rest and I am looking forward to joining up with United.

"When I started my career, my ambition was to play in the Argentine First Division. As you progress, your sets get higher and moving to the Premiership with such a big club represents the next stage for me.

"All I want to do is try to get into the team. It doesn't matter where."

According to reports he has to go to a civic reception in Argentina to celebrate them winning gold.

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