Who’s the greatest player in the Premier League? It’s Juan, Juan, Juan…
There are accents where you can’t understand the words and there are accents where you can’t understand the language itself. Jamie Carragher’s accent certainly falls in category two.
We asked a few Indians what language they think Carragher’s speaking. The answers might surprise you!
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Does Big Dave have a book shelf of some sort at his home? I need to let him know that he needs to STAY.
These are the top 5 goalkeepers who can replace David De Gea should he… you know. God, this hurts.
LOVE. LOVE FOR JUAN. PURE, UNADULTERATED LOVE.
After the debacle we suffered under David Moyes last season, Louis van Gaal looked like the saviour we needed. But the manager who once stood impervious in self-belief in the gust of media’s criticism, now looks inane to some.
Does the Dutchman still have the nerves to set things right or is he starting to lose the grip?
Radamel Falcao is a sweetheart for some United fans but a scoundrel for others. The Old Trafford faithful seem to be divided on the issue and his topsy-turvy form adds more fuel to the debate. Too early to make a solid call, but here’s what I think should be our approach.
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.
Here’s how you respond to the “LvG is a better manager, you say? But then Moyes won more games!” bullshit.
These are the 3 reasons why Louis van Gaal is a massive upgrade over David Moyes.
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?
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.
After two and a half decades of unprecedented dominance, Manchester United find themselves at the receiving end of the brutality they were once known for inflicting. Having been paralyzed by pitiful players, atrocious administration and a mediocre management, they stand broken, bereft of European football after 19 years.
Realizing the extent of problems they face, the club decided to bring in a sizeable appointment that lives up to the challenge. Louis van Gaal was recently announced as the next Manchester United manager. 27 days after David Moyes’ sacking, the flamboyant Dutchman was elected unanimously to take charge of the ‘world’s biggest club’.
Having managed clubs like FC Barcelona and Bayern Munich, he presented the 20-time English champions with a CV they couldn’t resist. But is the CV all that Louis van Gaal brings to the table? Nope, there’s more to him.
Van Gaal’s appointment does not only bring the much clichéd ‘top level experience’. His appointment gives United a personality that can help them witness an overhaul in terms of squad and style of play that they have been missing for so long.
What makes him a fitting piece in United’s jigsaw is his affinity towards young players. The Dutchman has been renowned across the world for the players he has developed in his managerial tenures. To name a few; Patrick Kluivert, Dennis Bergkamp, Edwin van der Sar, David Alaba, Toni Kroos and Thomas Muller leaped onto the world stage under his management. Continue reading
Louis van Gaal has finally been announced as the Manchester United manager. Now with him taking charge post-WC, let’s see what the daunting Dutchman, who has had an illustrious past with Ajax, Barcelona and Bayern Munich, brings to United fans’ platter.