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Baby talk from Prince

Following the arrival of his new baby son on Boxing Day, Dundee United midfielder Prince Buaben was firmly fixing his attention on Hibernian on Wednesday evening.

The Tangerines haven't played since the end of last month when snatching an excellent late point at Celtic. And the 22-year-old Ghanaian was keen to get back into action at Easter Road following the thrill of his joyous Christmas arrival.

"It was such an amazing experience," Buaben told The Courier. "In the lead-up to the birth I wasn't all that excited because I didn't really know what to expect, but when the baby arrived I just burst into tears.

"Tanith gave birth on Boxing Day and I've never experienced anything like it," he continued. "His name is PJ, short for Prince Junior. He is just seven pounds, but is very healthy which is the main thing. Having your own son is a tremendous feeling."

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Date:Wednesday December 29 2010

Time: 4:21PM


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