Category: Players (page 1 of 4)

Sir Alex will Manage in Carrick’s Testimonial

Our very own Michael Carrick is getting a well-deserved testimonial this summer with Sir Alex Ferguson managing a side. Now I really wish I could be in Old Trafford that day.

Is Schweinsteiger moving to MLS?

According to a report over at Chicago Tribune, the out of favor world cup winning German midfielder is acquired and finalised his move to US’ soccer club Chicago Fire.

I can’t find any reasons why he should stay in the club any longer, so good luck if this true! A good news for him nevertheless.

Update: The official website confirmed the reports to be true. Good luck Basti, I am sorry it didn’t work!

Juan Mata is Having His Best Season in a Red Shirt

Hard to disagree on this.

We’ll Have Ibrahimovic for Another Year

The official Manchester United Twitter account announced:

He has one job for some hundred thousands pounds every fucking week. Hope he doesn’t miss too many of his chances in the future because it’s unacceptable.

Rooney to Media: “Enough is Enough!”

I’m on our captain side in this. Shut up media!

We’re Being Generous

Not only we keep giving out points in the league but we also pay the team the highest wages in the world of football.

Mourinho questions Chris Smalling and Luke Shaw

Jose Mouriho was in confrontational mood after the win at Swansea. He shows his dangerous man-management tactic, that brought him so many success and failures by criticizing his own super highly-paid players.

I’m with him on the “cultural change” and haven’t change my opinion that he’s the one for the job of rebuilding the club.

Is It Time to Drop Ibrahimovic?

Good question. The answer is: Yes! (of course it’s easy for me to say that).

Juan Mata opens up on Mourinho

No heart feeling according to the Spanish midfielder:

“Since I came to Manchester United we had ups and downs but I always felt an important player under any manager, and I feel important now. But we didn’t have any conversations. I have said this before and I will say it again – it is a professional relationship. That is it.”

Good to hear that.

Eric Bailly Out for Two Months

We’re running of Devil’s luck and will lose our best performer at the back 4 for 2 months for knee injury.

We do have replacements in Chris Smalling, Daily Blind, and Marcus Rojo (God forbid). However none of them can be as good as the 23-year old Ivorian centre back. We’re doomed (like we weren’t already).

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