Juan Mata has set his sights to a winning run this month as Manchester United look to put a rather dismal January behind them. Despite picking up wins against Swansea and Liverpool in the Premier League and beating Sheffield United… Continue Reading
Jesse Lingard has urged Manchester United to maintain the same approach they adopted in their 3-1 win against Derby County in the fourth round of the FA Cup on Friday. United, so often this season criticised for an overly cautious… Continue Reading
MUFC Transfer news: Nick Powell to join Hull City Here is the latest Manchester United transfer news and gossip. Nick Powell could be leaving Man United on loan and joining Steve Bruce’s Hull City. Powell, 21, has been out of… Continue Reading
Louis Van Gaal might be under enormous pressure at Manchester United but the Glazers are more than happy with his managerial, a Dutch journalist has claimed. Marcel van der Kraan, a Dutch journalist for De Telegraaf, told Sky Sports that the United’s… Continue Reading
Ander Herrera is looking forward to another “special” away game in the FA Cup as Manchester United travel to Derby on Friday night. The Spaniard, who has previously spoken of his admiration for United’s travelling support, reiterated his feelings for… Continue Reading
Louis Van Gaal has hinted he could quit Manchester United after admitting he has let the fans down after failing to meet their expectations during his 19-month spell at the club, which a fresh turn for the worse on Saturday… Continue Reading
The world really can go through some dramatic declines. As it changes around Bruce Forsyth’s lifeless corpse sometimes we fail to appreciate how rapidly things have transformed.
Within a few years cities can go from wonderful holiday destinations to urban decay. Musicians who once lit up the planet become distant memories. Donald trump has gone from being an eccentric billionaire to being an eccentric turd.
A true showcase of how rapidly things can decline was the football match at Anfield last weekend. Two clubs that once were the most revered footballing empires resembled a divorced father. Lost, lacking identity and just hoping he hasn’t cried today. Continue Reading
Wayne Rooney is still Manchester United’s main man and his recent return to form proves it, according to Morgan Schneiderlin. The United captain has put a dismal first half to the season behind him by scoring five goals in the… Continue Reading