Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over from what was in the minds of many fans around the world, one of the worst seasons of professional football played in the theater of dreams. https://twitter.com/ManUtd/status/1160235107325640704?s=19 There was animosity between the coach and the staff, the coach and the players, and the coach and the fans.
Manchester United’s transfer window thus far has been disjointed and appears to lack any clarity of thought. The entire team last season needed drastic dismantling to bring it back to a competitive level, but so far the transfers have been eclectic and unexciting. So far, Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka have
Manchester finds itself in the grip of summer madness as Mourinho baffles the media and the fans protest against the Glazers. It was noticeable that towards the end of his Manchester United career, José Mourinho had become eccentric and that there were signs that even his perspective and previously unshaken
As a paying Manchester United fan who enjoys the fierce competition of the premier league, its natural to want to see the opposition at full strength, having been proactive in the summer transfer window and at least that way, there can be no excuses for defeat. https://twitter.com/DomBooth19/status/1155735610067488769?s=19 It’s been a distinctly underwhelming
It feels like the storm surrounding Arsenal has been going on forever. A lack of signings, a lack of investment, a seemingly disinterested owner and a prickly fan base, have been a constant feature whenever Arsenal are mentioned. The final straw was the defeat to Chelsea in the Europa league final in
Arsenal need to solve the long term issues at wing as soon as possible. There are host of names said to be on Arsenal’s list of potential transfer targets but allow me to throw in another, Newcastle’s Ayoze Pérez Gutiérrez. https://twitter.com/BBCMOTD/status/1127708369366728706?s=19 Perez was superb for Newcastle last term and will no doubt
Louis Van Gaal, the former manager of the Red Devils, has publicly condemned the owners of Manchester United, the Glazer family and their decision about the appointment of Ed Woodward as executive vice-chairman. Van Gaal went on to say that Woodward has “zero understanding of football.” Van Gaal told ‘Goal!’