30
Oct 14

Adnan Januzaj – The New King – Manchester United – 2013/2014

Attack, Assault Movie Ranking: 4 / 5


01
Oct 14

Man Utd-Arsenal • England Premier League • Season 2010-2011

Assault, Assault Video clip Ranking: four / five


22
Sep 14

Van Gaal confident United can perform wel

Manchester United coach Louis van Gaal says that he is now confident that the club can maintain the form shown in the rout of QPR throughout the campaign. United managed to the first victory under Van Gaal, and also for the season, after managing to put four past a disappointing QPR at Old Trafford. There were several positives from the encounter, which also saw a number of new signings make their debuts for the club. The 63-year-old has been raising a lot of eyebrows with his decision to stick with the 3-5-2 formation in the early part of the season.

However, injuries forced him to switch to playing with four defenders at the back and this immediately paid a lot of dividends because the players looked much more comfortable in the system. United players have used to playing with four at the back and the use of the unique three at the back formation was seen as one of the reasons for the trouble. Van Gaal was not entirely happy with the victory, as he felt that United can still improve on several fronts. The start to the season has been easy for the former Premier League winners, but the fixture list is set to get tough in the coming weeks with matches against the likes of Manchester City and Chelsea.

“When you have a result of 4-0 then you can be happy as a coach but you always have points you can improve. I am very happy because of the result and the way we have played. We were very dominant and scored goals and kept a clean sheet. In ball possession I think we have lost the ball too much previously. We were more direct and that I like. Also, we have created a lot of chances, although we didn’t score enough of them,” said Van Gaal.


03
Sep 14

Man Utd v Arsenal 1967

Assault, Attack Video clip Ranking: five / five


11
Aug 14

Benitez Looks To Make First Major Signing

Former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez, who is currently in charge of Napoli, looks set to make his first major signing from Manchester United. Benitez enjoyed a lot of clashes with United during his time at Liverpool, but he has not had the luxury of coaching United players up until now. He may get an opportunity, but in the form of a loan deal. It is highly speculated that Marouane Fellaini will be joining Napoli on a loan deal. The former Everton man has struggled for form since his £ 27 million move last summer.

It is speculated that United are willing to cut their losses and allow the player to leave on a loan deal. Depending upon his performances at his new club, the loan deal could be converted into a permanent one. Napoli finished third in the title race last season, but they were 24 points behind eventual champions Juventus. Keen to bridge this gap, Benitez is reportedly looking at strengthening the midfield by bringing Fellaini. The Spaniard, though, has confirmed that even while Napoli are interested in signing the player, they are that a move depends on United.

New manager Louis van Gaal stated a few weeks ago that he would be giving every player the opportunity to show that they are good enough to play at United. His decision on Fellaini is still not known yet.

“Fellaini is a Manchester United player – it does not depend on us but it depends on them. He is a great player but he is at another team. It appears he is waiting for Van Gaal. We will have to wait. Is he the right player? We have players who work very well, while it also depends on who leaves. It is not easy to name names. What features in a midfielder am I after? Players who have the mindset to win every game, then we can start to talk about the technical quality,” said Benitez.


06
Aug 14

[Champion League - Leg 2] Man Utd 3-0 Olympiakos – All Goals & Highlight 19.03.2014

Assault, Attack Video Ranking: five / 5


09
Jul 14

Fifa 10 Man Utd Vs Real Madrid First Half

Attack, Attack Video Rating: four / five

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