November 17th, 2016 by index
Keith Heckett reckons the Football Association hasn’t helped itself or Anthony Taylor by sending the latter to referee at Merseyside this weekend.
The issue is that Manchester is the place of Taylor’s birth and it’s the place he has been at all his life so far and it’s pretty rare for an out and out Manchester lad, especially the one who has grown up through the nineties as Taylor has, not to be connected with United at heart.
Even Taylor’s house is situated only at a 5 or 10-minute drive from the home ground of United. So, for all these reasons, Liverpool faithful feel that their arch rivals visiting them in the weekend are already at advantage as they will have one of their own presiding over the match in the form of Taylor.
As per Heckett, now that people have developed a perception about Taylor, he would be scrutinized at every second of the match and he can’t afford even one little mistake anywhere, otherwise it will straightaway be linked to his emotional closeness to the visiting side
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September 23rd, 2016 by index
Bastian Schweinsteiger joined Manchester United back on July of 2015 but the German midfielder has not had a successful time with the Premier League club as he has failed to lift any piece of silverware and now with the arrival of Jose Mourinho to Old Trafford, things are starting to look dire for the 32 year old player who has recently been spending more time on the sidelines.
The veteran midfielder has recently outlined what he is planning to accomplish with Manchester United in this new season of the Premier League as Schweinsteiger said: “Of course my absolute dream would be to play for Manchester United and help them reach the goals they have
“Of course we have had talks and I have no problem with Jose Mourinho. We had a good chat and he told me his side of things and I also know what I want. “We’ve got to wait and see how things go in September and October, but there is respect between us and that’s important for me. I’m certainly not going to stop playing football.” Continue reading ‘Schweinsteiger wants to help Manchester United win titlesrgb’
July 25th, 2016 by index
Man Utd, short for Manchester United, seem to be in the news for the wrong reasons for the past couple of months.
Of course, the legendary club has the spotlight on it all the time, whether it is making wins or suffering losses. For instance, the FA cup final that is coming up this weekend has several significances for the team. Having put up a dismal performance in the past games and tournaments, there is much that the team is having to put up with
Besides the performance of the team, the manager of the team has been coming under critical appraisal. Louis van Gaal will probably be looking to exit the team in the upcoming season. Many are speculating that the FA cup would surely be one of the last bids to fame for van Gaal while others think that his chances are over, whether or not the team is able to win over Crystal Palace. Indeed, Crystal Palace is considered an underdog in this match. Continue reading ‘United To Face Crystal Palace In Upcoming FA Finalsrgb’
May 20th, 2016 by index
English Premier League side, West Ham United, is placing a life ban on the attackers of Manchester United.
will issue life bans to fans found responsible for attacking the Manchester United team coach before Tuesday’s game at Upton Park as a window on the bus was smashed and the kick-off delayed by 45 minutes as a result of the trouble. The Football Association also condemned the “unsavoury incidents.”
The club, via a statement, said:
“We are aware that there were some supporters outside the Boleyn Ground who didn’t act in an appropriate way.
“We will work closely with both clubs and the Metropolitan Police to fully investigate these matters.
“It was an extraordinary night full of extraordinary moments in front of extraordinary fans, 99% of whom behaved impeccably and were a credit to the club.
“We have already had thousands of tweets and emails from fans to say how proud they were to be a part of such a special evening in West Ham’s history.”
Bottles were also thrown at Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea during the match, while another fan invaded the pitch to confront the Spaniard. West Ham eventually won 3-2 in what was their final game at the ground before moving to the Olympic Stadium.
Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal, whose side missed a chance to move up into fourth in the table, added: “I think the images shall tell everything.” Continue reading ‘WEST HAM ISSUE LIFE BAN TO MAN UTD ATTACKERSrgb’
May 4th, 2016 by index
For the fans of the legendary football club Manchester United, their latest news is much awaited always. With season changes coming forth and to and fro movement of players draws near, there is much anticipation in the air.
Jose Mourinho is certain that he will be managing the club for the forthcoming season. He is a favorite among the bookmakers and as a replacement of Louis van Gaal many fans see him getting the job. However, as per the official news publications, Mourinho has not been formally contacted by the French giants. However Mourinho’s agent has spoken to the executives at United.
Among the youths being signed on by the team, the club has already signed on three youths by this week, among them they have secured Lee O’ Connor who played captain for the under 16 team of Ireland. Among the others is Keith Groeneveld of South Africa who currently plays for Belgian side. Continue reading ‘Latest News On Manchester Unitedrgb’
January 28th, 2016 by index
Victor Valdes did not play in any of the 4 opening matches of the season for Manchester United and from the looks of it; the Spanish shot-stopper will not play an important role for the Premier League club at all.
The 33 year old player has an impressive trophy collection as he basically won every single major title when he was playing for Barcelona but these titles don’t mean anything to Louis van Gaal as the Dutch manager prefers using Sergio Romero as his main goal-keeper but this is only due to a fall out in which Victor Valdes decided not to play in a reserve game and this has started a string of negative consequences that does not favor Valdes in any way.
The situation of Victor Valdes in Old Trafford is so dire that the veteran player was not even in the bench of Manchester United for their opening 4 matches. Sergio Romero has played in all the matches and in the sidelines; the 22 year old Sam Johnstone is the one who has been sitting on the bench.
During the summer transfer window, there interest from the Turkish side Besiktas and a deal was on the verge of happening but the transfer never occurred and now Victor Valdes has to either try to reconciliate with Louis van Gaal and attempt to earn playing time or settle with a place in the dressing room of Manchester United.
Another option for Victor Valdes is for him to snatch a loan deal and join a different club where he can get playing time.
Pedro is one of the national teammates of Victor Valdes and the Spanish attacker who is currently playing for Chelsea, stated that his dissatisfaction in seeing Valdes struggle as he said: “No. It is true that I do not like this treatment to my teammates, especially Victor who has been a reference for me as a companion and a great professional,” Pedro told Spanish newspaper Marca. Continue reading ‘Victor Valdes is having a tough time in Old Trafford and it won’t changergb’
October 2nd, 2015 by index
A lonely goal from Dedryck Boyata was enough for Celtic to secure their spot in the playoff rounds of the Champions League as the Scottish team defeated Qarabag. Celtic and Qarabag had to face each other on 2 matches.
The first match was played on July 29 at Celtic Park in Glasgow and it was in this match when Dedryck Boyata managed to find the back of the net as he scored at the 82nd minute and despite both teams having to play in 2 separate matches, only 1 goal was scored in over 180 minutes of playing time.
The 2nd and final match saw Celtic having to travel to Baku and play against Qarabag at the Tofiq Bahramov Stadium. The Scottish outfit allowed their opposition to have plenty of time on the ball and it was actually Qarabag the team that appeared to be closer on scoring as the home team launched a total of 12 shots meanwhile Celtic only fired 5 shots in the entirety of the game. Celtic sat back and held on to their goal lead until the very end
The Champions League draw for the playoffs has already been completed and Celtic was pitted against the Swedish side Malmo. The first leg is scheduled to take place on August 19 in Celtic Park and the last leg will be taking place on August 25 as Celtic travel to the Swedbank Stadium. Continue reading ‘Celtic has progressed to the playoffs of the Champions Leaguergb’
June 16th, 2015 by index
Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini played an integral part in the club’s revival in fortunes towards the end of the season.
The Belgian seemingly was heading towards an exit when Louis Van Gaal took over. After all, he had just completed a very poor first season at Old Trafford and he was widely rated as not being a ‘United type of player’. Amidst all such opinions,Fellaini managed to play a vital role in Unitedreturning to the Champions League. Some of his key goals came in key matches – like against West Brom – when United were struggling to make any impact.
The 27-year-old is at the peak of his career and United are set to take advantage of this physical presence in a big way going forward. The former Everton man finished last season with seven goals from 27 matches. More importantly, he has helped retain the ball in the attacking third of the pitch due to his physical presence.Fellaini, though, sees his future at United transforming into a defensive midfielder going forward. Often players resorted to playing in this position towards the end of their career, but Fellaini started out here and sees himself ending his career in this position as well. Continue reading ‘Marouane Fellaini played an integral part in the club’s revivalrgb’
April 23rd, 2015 by admin