Attack, attack, attack. Derby win a step back to the future

Among the many talking points offered by the 164th Manchester derby that were unfortunately overshadowed by the melee that followed Robin Van Persie’s dramatic late winner, there was the sensation that United might have taken a much-needed step towards the… Continue Reading

The strange case of De Gea and Lindegaard – why rotation policy is not a keeper

The concept of a “starting XI” is growing increasingly thin in modern football, as competitions take their toll and managers opt to rotate their players in a bid to have them fresh when it matters the most. Ask any fan… Continue Reading