England predictably thrashed San Marino with Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck both scoring twice on Friday, getting their first goals of the season as a result. Both on another day could have bagged a hat-trick, but they will no doubt both go home pleased their performances.
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Manchester United of course play Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday in the Premier League and with that in mind it’s worth taking a look at these three players who we should be wary of going into the game.
And so it's Christmas when we all await the bargains in the January sales but what about EPL EBay where bad transfers are traded.
To the surprise of everyone inside Old Trafford last night and those watching on back at home on television, Dimitar Berbatov was substituted at half-time in Manchester United’s Carling Cup defeat to Crystal Palace for young starlet Ravel Morrison.
For several weeks now, I have been questioning the form of Wayne Rooney. On Saturday against Swansea, he was selected alongside Chicarito in a 4-4-2 formation. Sir Alex went traditional United: solid back 4, 2 central midfielders, creativity on the right and work-rate on the left.
On 8th April 2010, Manchester United announced the signing of Javier Hernandez aka Chicharito, to the football world. At that time I presume most United fans were thinking: Who in the hell is this Mexican striker Chicharito?
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.
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?
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.
Manchester United of course host Steve Bruce’s Sunderland at Old Trafford this afternoon, 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:
For many years now the one thing I’ve admired most about our team is the attacking firepower that we’ve had. Especially during Sir Alex Ferguson’s reign we have seen our team deliver devastating attacking performances that have swept teams aside.