Who’s the greatest player in the Premier League? It’s Juan, Juan, Juan…
Now that Louis van Gaal looks set to escalate the 3-time European champions back to where they belong – after beating the likes of Spurs, Liverpool and Man City on the trot – let’s see how competing, or not competing among Europe’s elites affects us.
Food for thought.
Call it LvG’s philosophy or a temporary egress to deal with the injuries, 3-5-2 is killing us. In this video, we will discuss how 3-5-2 has paralyzed us on and off the pitch. Players are either being dropped or played out of position.
We won’t have to make any signings in the transfer market if we start playing our best players in their best positions. Key? Change of formation.
It’s January, season-end sales are on everywhere. But in Football, everything only gets expensive in this time of the year. TRANSFER WINDOW IS OPEN! We have been linked with the likes of Hummels, Strootman, Godin, Pogba and Sneijder (AGAIN).
But chances of signing them in Jan are almost nil. So should we buy second-grade players right now? Let’s find out.
He’s about to turn 30, yes. He’ll cost over 100 million, yes. He’s not what we need, yes. But FFS, who cares? We love Ronnie and we want him back. Or maybe not? BUT, he wants to come back. Or maybe not?
“Wayne Rooney? The captain? But… didn’t he ask to leave the club twice? Odd.”
Here’s the flip-side of the argument: http://goo.gl/v9ZKBM
Wayne Rooney has been at the receiving end of a lot of criticism after lashing out at his defenders after United gave away the lead at Leicester last week. But is it too early to call for his head? I speak in captain’s favour.
The chief reason behind David Moyes’ sacking might well be his selection of the first team coaches. With Louis van Gaal coming in, Manchester United will see some world class coaches back at United.
Will it escalate us back to where we belong? Time will tell.
2 done, 3 to go. Louis van Gaal and Ed Woodward have brought back joy to United fans by buying Ander Herrera and Luke Shaw early in the window, but are they enough? I think we all know the answer.
So, here are the top 3 players (WITH ALTERNATIVES) that will get us back to winning ways!
With the Premier League season coming to an end, Man United’s pursuit to find the new manager will soon begin. And with Ryan Giggs among the few candidates, I’ve decided to testify the strong case he holds.
Giggs will have a big advantage as he knows the club inside-out and also has great relationship with all players. If he gets mentored in the right way, things might just work out for him and Manchester United. It’ll be interesting to see how it all pans out in a week’s time. Till then, enjoy the video!
Yes, it happened. The club announced today that David Moyes has been bereaved of his services following a treacherous season that saw Man United breaking a dozen of records, for the bad. Here’s what I think he got wrong!
We’ve come across thousands of footballers over the years. Some are self proclaimed superstars like Pele and Ronaldo, some create a godly image of themselves like Maradona. But there’s one man who cares least about gaining limelight, but still stands heads and shoulders above all others. Who? Paul Scholes, indeed.
Paul Scholes was born in Salford, England. Paul was not one of those who had a god given gift. He is asthmatic and has suffered from Osgood-Schlatter disease in his childhood. He loved cricket as a kid. But when he turned 14, his liking for the sport of football exponentially increased. He started to ply his skills over it.
Manchester United scouts spotted him in 1991 and very soon he signed for the club as an apprentice. His manner of keeping the ball, take swift runs and his unusual method of passing and shooting caught everyone’s eye at the Manchester United academy, which has produced some proven starlets like Ryan Giggs, David Beckham, George Best and Sir Bobby Charlton in the past. Continue reading