Manchester United booked their third win in as many games in the group stages of the 2009-2010 Champions League last night and is now all but qualified for the knock out phase with two home games and one away game at Vfl. Wolfsburg to go. [Read more…]
After a rather hectic personal week, I can not say that I am not thrilled to be back here, especially with the start of the Premier League 2009-2010 in front of us. Months of waiting have finally come to an end and starting Sunday at 13.30 we will be able to cheer up our favourite Red Devils again in the hope to win an unprecedented fourth Premier League title in a raw.
Other than last Sunday’s disastrous end to the Community Shield ((More about that tomorrow, Saturday)) our pre-season has been rather psoitive with only one lost game, in Munich. [Read more…]
In a press conference at OT Sir Alex Ferguson presented the new signings and announced that ManUtd will not be spending any more money this summer.
Contrary to what most people have announced, we do not need any more new signings because MAnUtd is already a stronger squad than last season, even after CR7 and Tevez left Old Trafford.
With the arrival of the talented Gabriel Obertan, Michael Owen, who signed on a free and Antonio Valencia‘s arrival times certainly look great for the Red Devils.
There is no doubt that we will see a different United, still as fast and dangerous on the breakout but our attack will be different. There where Ronaldo loved to keep the ball and try to score as often as possible, his assist rate was rather one-sided and he would only pass when on the break out. Only seldom did he pass to Rooney or Berbatov when we had pushed the opponent in their 16 and were trying to find an opening. [Read more…]
Sean McGinty, a 15 year old talent has completed his dream move from Charlton to Manchester United. After 3 years at Charlton he had played for their Under 18 and Reserves squads already.
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It didn’t take long to finalize the capture of the 23 year old Antonio Valencia. The Ecuadorian has signed at Old Trafford. No transfer fee has been disclosed, but Wigan is said to have captured £18m for the international who pledge his trade two years in the shadow of the Theatre of Dreams.
There is no doubt that Valencia will fit our game the only question is will he be a fixture in the starting 11 from Day 1. He is raving to play in the squad though: