Once upon a time Jack Rodwell was seemingly a player destined to end up in Manchester. This week he has indeed left Merseyside and Everton to sign a team in Manchester, the blue-half and not United.
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Michael Carrick may have come off probably his best ever-season playing in a Manchester Untied shirt but he will not be donning a white shirt for England this summer at the European Championships in Poland and Ukraine.
With less games to go than have been played we can start to look at what United need to happen to finish the year on a high.
Unfairly criticised, unlucky that he didn’t join Sunderland in the summer, now finally is the news that Darron Gibson’s been waiting for. He has finally got his fresh start that he’s been looking for as it’s been announced that he has signed for Everton.
So Manchester United entered 2012 depleted by injuries after a loss to a team who came to Old Trafford to put up the shutters, aiming for a point. What is there to do?
A poacher’s finish from Javier Hernandez proved the difference in a tense encounter at Goodison Park as Manchester United put aside the disappointment that was the Manchester Derby by getting a win over Everton.
Manchester United will attempt to get over their Derby Day disappointment this lunch-time by winning for the first time in four years against Everton at Goodison Park.
Manchester United of course travel to Merseyside to face Everton on Saturday, 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:
In the light of this weekend’s controversial sending off in the Merseyside derby I am wondering is it now finally time we looked at bringing in video replays to make sure we get the big decisions correct in football once and for all?
So after the latest week of the Premier League season, here’s what we learnt this weekend: