It’s fair to say the Tory government have ruffled a few feathers of late. Some members of the population have found themselves enraged at the idea that although Britain can’t afford to fund the NHS, it can afford another war in the Middle East.
What these people don’t realize is that the world we live in is not as predictable and linear as we might hope for. If it were there would be free education, no tax on tampons and Jamie Vardy would have been left in the egg he hatched from in Malia.
Wayne Rooney will miss tomorrow’s game against West Ham United with a “nasty” ankle injury, Louis Van Gaal confirmed during his press conference on Friday.
Rooney’s injury is hardly going to be cause of much concerns among United fans given his dismal performances this season, although it is the latest setback for Van Gaal, who earlier this week lost Marcos Rojo to a serious shoulder injury.
Bastian Schweinsteiger has defend Louis Van Gaal’s tactical approach, insisting the Dutchman wasn’t to blame for the utterly dire football Manchester United have offered this season.
United and Van Gaal have been criticised by fans and pundits for serving up a robotic, sterile possession-based football, abandoning the attacking style they were famous for but Schweinsteiger believes Van Gaal’s methods will pay dividends.
Manchester United have been dealt a fresh injury blow as Marcos Rojo looks set for a long spell on the sidelines after suffering a serious injury shoulder.
The Argentina international, who has been frustrated by injury since signing for United in the summer of 2014, was injured in training on Wednesday and was immediately sent for a scan, which revealed he is expected to be out for a number of weeks and could need surgery.
Rio Ferdinand believes Gary Neville could become a successful manager at Valencia, hinting that Manchester United will do well to keep track of their former captain’s progress in Spain.
The former England international admitted Neville’s task won’t be easy at the Mestalla but insisted his former teammate could surprise a few observers and even put himself in the frame for the manager role at Old Trafford.
Sir Alex Ferguson has backed Gary Neville to be a success in his new job as Valencia manager, adding the former United captain has everything it takes to make an excellent manager.
Neville was a surprise choice for the La Liga club, although Fergie believes Valencia have made the right choice by appointing the England coach, who has all the qualities a coach needs to succeed.
Following Gary Neville’s surprising appointment as Valencia manager, United have sent a good luck message to their former captain.
Neville, who will officially take charge of Valencia on 6 December, will remain part of the England coaching team and some have already speculated managing the La Liga outfit is the first step towards landing the United job one day.
Former Manchester United right-back Paul Parker has blamed Louis Van Gaal for scaring his players, accusing him of being too selfish for his side’s own good.
The former Holland manager has come under intense scrutiny this season as his side have played utterly dire football for the majority of the campaign so far, with fans and media united in showing their discontent at the lack of entertainment that has characterised United this season.