Of course on Saturday, Manchester United travel to Wales to face Swansea City. With that in mind it’s worth looking at these 5 individuals who have spent time at United and the Swans in their careers.
Manchester United of course travel to Wales this weekend to face newly promoted Swansea City, so with that in mind it’s worth taking a look at these three players who we should be wary of going into the game:
When you’ve been dubbed the ‘World’s best footballer’ like Pele has anything you say or do will make headlines. That’s exactly what happened last week when the former 3-time World Cup winner sat down with The Sun’s Stuart Pink.
England beat Spain, and the BBC made it sound like we were better than them! Ahem let’s just pause for a second and have a reality check! Firstly, what the hell was that formation?
The date was April 1st 2006. The venue was the Reebok Stadium. The ball was in the back of the net for a 2-1 win. Nobody inside or outside the ground realized at the time that goal would be Ruud van Nistelrooy’s 150th and final Manchester United goal.
When you’re an injury-prone striker on the fringes of the squad at any top club, the last thing that you want is to hobble off injured early on when you finally are chosen to start in a big match. After all when that happens, it only makes you more of a ‘crock’ right?
As we head into an International break, what have we learned about our team?
Few Manchester United fans would have imagined after the weekend’s victory over Sunderland which came on the eve of Sir Alex Ferguson’s 25th anniversary of taking over the club, that they would be speaking about our Polish goalkeeper this week.
The rumour mill has started as we approach January and the latest player being linked with a move away from Manchester United is Bulgarian Dimitar Berbatov who has attracted interest from clubs in France and Turkey.
So after the latest week of the Premier League season, here’s what we learnt this weekend:
Sunday of course marked Sir Alex Ferguson’s 25 years in charge of Manchester United. During that time Old Trafford has seen countless amounts of fantastic players showcase their talents for the club with many of them providing moments of magic that will live on forever...
Sunday of course marked Sir Alex Ferguson’s 25 years in charge of Manchester United. During that time Old Trafford has seen countless amounts of fantastic players showcase their talents for the club with many of them providing moments of magic that will live on forever.