It’s looking increasingly likely that the footballs governing bodies will have no option but to conclude the season’s Premier League fixtures behind closed doors.
With the Covid 19 virus sending most countries into lockdown and with the weeks slipping by, there appears to be no other option.
It’s better than a complete
Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic was considered a dead man walking just a few months ago. The Serbian had fallen down the pecking order, with Fred and Scott McTominay establishing themselves in Solskjaer's midfield and was deemed surplus to requirements.
How quickly things change in football, with the former Chelsea man
One imagines that when Manchester United Manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gets annoyed with a performance, the style in which he addresses his players at half time is like having your ears gently cleansed with a wet and warm chamois leather. He appears far too nice to engage in the Ferguson
On a night where United picked up a much needed victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, a significant stamp in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's pursuit of the top four was in fact marred by the ongoing rift surrounding the injured Paul Pogba, his agent Mino Raiola and the Manchester United manager.
When the good times roll in football, it’s fairly usual to think that they will last forever. When the club in question is Man United, success is almost an entitlement and even significant changes to the operational structure is simply seen as a mild inconvenience.
When Alex Ferguson was drafted in
All season long, we've had complaints about the use of VAR in the English Premier League. Fans aren't happy. Players aren't happy. Managers aren't happy. Even the pundits in their TV studios aren't happy. It's like everyone involved in football has unified behind a single cause, and the cause is
I’m going to paint a picture for you and I’m not that sure that it’s that wide off the mark. Manchester United have virtually written off this season and it’s almost a hundred percent certain that they are going to be very busy on a number of fronts including the
This is not going to be easy for any Arsenal and Manchester United supporter to read, but I think it’s probably time to stop sticking our heads in the sand and stop being completely delusional.
When Arsenal were arguably at the peak of their powers in the late 90’s under Arsene
Manchester United's 0-0 draw against Wolves proved yet another failed attempt at their quest to finish in the Champions League places come May, despite showing off new boy Bruno Fernandes to the Old Trafford crowd.
It is an ambition that is slowly fading with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side now sitting 6
When he arrived at Manchester United from Southampton as a £30million 18-year-old England international in 2014, Luke Shaw was meant to be the Red Devils' permanent left-back for the next 10 years. Fast forward a little over 5 years, and his potential of becoming United's future is under serious threat.