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Do with this as you may but according to the media, we are leaning towards not activating the buyout deal we have in place for falcao. This is great news if true.
so we are linked to danilo, havent seen any concrete quotes but the rumor is all over the web/ wouldn't mind another right fullback to be honest, especially if he can also play LB for us in an emergency.

the fee he's supposedly going to cost us is absurd, 29 million. he's not old but at 23/24 he's 4-5 years older than shaw.

anyone know more about him?
Didn't one of the rags create this rumour? From what I have seen, it looks like it could have been the Express. Could be wrong.
He's good!
He's solid defensively and good on the ball. Barcelona are keeping an eye on him too! If I'm not mistaken, his contract ends in the summer.
He's a human being who plays football, he has two legs and two arms, he's Brazilian and he's 6 1/2 feet tall.
I liked LVG's presser yesterday, urging the players to play forward and not back. He usually says all the right things. Hope to see 4-2-3-1 again or maybe 4-3-3.
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I can't see Newcastle sitting back defending especially with Cisse, Sissoko, Cabella, Ayoze all love going forward. We will have a chance if we defend well and attack on a counter. Janmaat and Coloccini are a liability so I expect us to penetrate on their side.

Want more open attack plays!
Every now and then a new LVG vs. Moyes discussion pops up, which is a f*****g joke. We compare a manager that has kept Everton in the top 10 table of the league to a manager that has won the league with a side like AZ (pretty compareable to Everton in terms of league success before LVG/Moyes) and has won several titles in major leagues and Europe. Add the fact that LVG has educated and shaped many great coaches like Mourinho and it makes this discussion even more pointless... So history speaks for LVG, but what about the present at this club? To finally end this argument, I'm gonna have a closer look at all the anti LVG arguments...

First of all it's important that everybody sees that neither Moyes nor LVG had/has an easy job, because of the state of the squad that was left behind by Fergie, so with a more balanced squad even Moyes would have done better. But who adressed the needs better? That leads us to the first argument.

What they say: LVG had a better transfer window than Moyes and has still a hard time to stay in top 4

The truth is: Why do you think LVG has had a better window? Some players only came to the club because of him and his resumee... We had the worst transfer window ever under Moyes and he let players like Vidic and Evra walk out of the door. Moyes didn't adress the needs of the squad at all and bought 2 CAMs, when we already had Kagawa and Rooney for this position. Whereas LVG has bought players for the midfield, left back, loaned a striker (high risk, high reward possibility) and a winger/cm with pace. LVG wins here by a mile. He was able to buy more players, better players and adressed the needs better. And he too had to work with Woody, so this argument would be pointless.

What they say: LVG results aren't better than Moyes', his team lost to 4:0 to MK Dons and conceded 5 against Leicester

The truth is: Both had bad results. We can't always expect good results when the team is in the rebuilding process. The result isn't important, it's what you learn from it. LVG used the MK Dons game to asess some players and instantly moved them on after their bad performance. He changed the system, line-up, tactics etc. several times after bad results to find the balance. But Moyes kept playing the same system more ore less all the time and used stone age hoof ball tactics. Both had bad results, but LVG reacted better to it. LVG wins here

What they say: LVG plays players out of position.

The truth is: It's just a matter of finding the balance. Robben for example played out of position at the world cup too and it was one of LVGs best decisions after Strootman got injured. Di Maria could have had the same impact on this position, if he was in form! He's got the natural ability and talent to play any position up front. Rooney just started to play in midfield when Carrick was injured (you see what they did there) and Herrera together with Mata and Blind would be suicide, cause of the lack of physical presence. At Bayern LVG changed Schweinsteigers position from RM to DM and it brought so much balance. Same did Guardiola with Lahm (RB to DM) when important midfielders were injured. Griezmann plays striker sometimes. Reus plays winger and CAM. Aubameyang RM and Striker. Many coaches tend to do this, it's important to USE your squad and look for different options if the obvious don't work.

What they say: 3-5-2 was his biggest mistake

The truth is: He always admited that it's not the best system for us and he kept playing it just because we had so many injuries and such a shaky defense. As soon as some key players came back, he changed the system. And I can't blame him for trying the same system that brought so much success to his world cup campaign, even though he had a weak midfield. You see the similarity? I rather have a manager that tries different systems and new things than one that keeps playing the same shitty tactics and hopes for better results.

What they say: The football is boring to watch and there's no improvement

The truth is: With a shaky defense it's important to keep the ball and dominate a game. You can't play attacking football without a world class defense. And it's our opponents fault too, that we play boring football. We can not expect to see an interesting game, when our opponents stack the box with 9 players. Even under Fergie we had to win ugly games and wear down defenses. And about the improvement... 30 shots on goal and over 70% posession isn't an improvement.. Naaaahhhh... Never... If our strikers were in form
and more clinical, we would even be in the title race. Just remember how many sitters RVP missed for example.

So if you still think Moyes was better, then do me a favor and compare their press conferences. "We aspire to play like City" do you remember? LVG handles the press way better. Or just compare the state of the squad and the mood of the players. A lot of players wanted to leave when Moyes was here, but now the players want to stay and fight for a place in the team. You see them laughing in training again and we score late goals again, what speaks for the team spirit. Or tell me one player that improved under Moyes? LVG even improved Fellaini and plays him in a better role and Moyes coached him for years, ouch...

So I'd be very glad if we just could move on now and bury this never ending discussion.
+6
I hope to see this line up:
De Gea, McNair, Smalling, Rojo, Shaw, Blind, Januzaj, Herrera, Mata, Falcao, Rooney

Sub: Di Maria, Young, Wilson or Fellaini (Emergency only)

- Tired of seeing Valencia and Evans, I'd prefer the more positive McNair and Shaw.
- Hope Falcao will produce the same performance as he did against Newcastle last time, his best performance thus far. If not, his work rate should tire down Newcastle's defenders for Wilson/Fellaini
- Mata did well last time against Newcastle, so he should start
- Meanwhile let Januzaj start as he gained some confidence against Sunderland and let Di Maria play as sub for once to change things for him
- Looking forward to Smalling and Cisse battle, should be a good match, but that means he can't play box-to-box centreback this match
Cringed at the mention of Fellaini. But i guess somehow he's become our hoofball hero
get falcao and mcnair outta there and we got a deal
i don't see the love affair with mcnair, he's not ready to be playing in the premier league. that's twice now this season that he's been subbed at half time for having a nightmare 45 minutes: ballwatching, out of position, giving the ball away carelessly and dribbling into no mans land or out of bounds with barely any pressure.

Valencia has done well at right back, and he gets forward and adds width, and we never have to worry about him being outpaced by a winger. the only issue is him defending crosses, strikers take advantage of his lack of height (although rafa is just as susceptible) and he's awkward dealing with low crosses aimed at his area

PS shaw and jones were injured, thats how evans got into the side. i would like to see smalling and rojo at CB too if shaw is fit. tbf i think evans had an ok game last time out, i don't remember any mistakes and he made a few key interceptions or tackles.
lol I hate to put Fellaini there too, but he's our last hope when we need a goal desperately out of no where.

I don't know about Falcao, last match listening to those cheer on Falcao's departure, the Old Trafford crowd seem to be way more satisfied than us, maybe they see something on the ground that we didn't on TV. However, I do believe his off ball movements are creating lots of trouble for defenders.

Valencia is something hard to decide. There are many bads we don't need (clumsy challenges at dangerous areas, poor decision making, slows down our attack, poor crossing) but also many goods we need (pace, strength). Who will a RB face against Newcastle? Cabella? Ayoze? But either way, I agree we need pace.

I also think Evans had massive improvement in Sunderland's second half. But his first moment, his indecision to deal with Wickham's shot is the worst I've seen.

I'll be gutted if I don't see Smalling start because either Cisse or Sissoko, we need someone as fast and strong as Smalling to deal with them.
The great...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RNL1-zWsng
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Classy stuff. If our midfield could do half of this... we need Scholes replacement immediately, even without his special long balls, his movement prove the team massive spaces they need.

Btw, Rooney look pretty quick back then.
Mmm special long balls of Scholesey :)
Long pass my apologies
It's been 3/4 into the season now and our top scorer in the league is at 10 goals. Quite poor from our strikers.
Is it true we only have 2 away wins this season?
No mate, its not much of an improvement but we've managed to win 3 away games.

We won away at Southampton, Arsenal and QPR.

Our away form has been very rocky this season, 4 out of 5 of our league losses have been away and we've drawn in 7 away games too, inexcusable really.

We went from mid-table home form along with title winning away form last season to title winning home form and mid-table away form this season... lol
3 away wins at this point of the season is still shocking.

We should have picked up points against the likes of leicester, burnley, sunderland, stoke , west brom etc..

With a few more away wins we would have been in the title race but top 3 is our realistic target this season.
Simple solution.

We re-hire Moyes for away games, let LvG coach at OT.
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@joeymac brilliant idea moyes was a specialist in away wins.
why cant we just play on the counter away from home? that's all moyes did, he wasn't doing anything fancy. we try and dominate on the road, concede possession in bad areas and give up cheap goals.
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Moyes's first 13 Home games: DWLLDWWLLWLWW (6W2D4L) 20pts

Moyes's first 13 Away games: WLLWWDDWWWLLD (6W3D4L) 20pts

LVG's first 13 Home games: LWWWDWWWWWLWW (10W1D2L) 31pts

LVG's first 13 Away games: DDLDLWWDDDWDL (3W7D3L) 16pts


- If we use Moyes' away form, we should be 51pts still behind City...

- If we use Moyes' home form, we are 36pts, which is behind Stoke City at 10th LOL

- Because Moyes' first 13 home/away games are identical, here's the difference for the entire season:

Home: DWLLDWWLLWLWWDLLWLW (8W3D8L) 27pts

Away: WLLWWDDWWWLLDWWWWLD (10W4D5L) 34pts
Hiring Moyes was probably the worst decision in this club's recent history
+8
^come on mate.how much worse can moyes do compared to lvg?the only thing lvg did better than moyes so far is the league position.
-lose 4-0 to mk f*****g don
-concede 5 goals against relegation battle leicester(and lose)
-rooney as dmf when the other striker sucks
-di maria as forward
-3-5-2
-a dmf(blind\carrick) as cb when there're other option
-start fellaini and bench herrera and mata then said we need another creative mf

I bet lvg gonna do worse if he was the manager last season lol
+13
lvg is way better manager than moyes ever was, is, and ever will be
+4
That's the "only" thing? Really?

If LvG was the manager last season, we probably wouldn't be out of Europe, we probably wouldn't have spent 30 million on both Fellaini and Mata, and we probably would have transitioned more smoothly into a needed rebuilding phase, one instead that we floundered into due to Moyes' deer-in-the-headlights mentality.

As much as I like him, Moyes set us back and we're still making up for it.
+4
@Joey n @sayroxyou're stating a statement without theory(not even fact).i can do that too you know

(Coz too many slowpoke and the latest-mufc1990)
There you go

Oh btw,fellaini is lvg most loved player right now.
+3
Guardian of Moyes. Moyes was all downhill, LVG is at least going flat than downhill.

At least Joey's comment make more sense than your s**t lol.
+3
@Lutheaven - wait! are you telling me moyes is the reason we got the adidas sponsorship? you must be joking dude.
Duhh,those are sarcasm.
Slowpoke
+1
Saying Moyes is better or as good as LvG is like saying Cleverley > Pogba.
That's the way i sees it
+5
^This.

**

"Hiring Moyes was probably the worst decision in this club's recent history"

That and letting Pogba go. Oh, and paying 29m (?) for Felli. But I suppose if Moyes never happened, then that transfer never would have either.

In truth, SAF was horribly short-sighted in his later years. Appointing Moyes was, retrospectively speaking, one of his worst decisions. But it is more than that. People don't like to hear it, because he's a legend - but the squad is in its sorry state partly because he allowed for the rot to begin several years ago. He made many "short term" additions or choices in effort to capture final glory. Now we have to undergo a massive, deep rebuild which will take time. In terms of the selection of top class managers on the list, LVG is probably one of the best available at this time. He knows how to build successful sides (if anyone disagrees, then just look at his track record). One or two more transfer windows, and hopefully things will start to take shape again. On top of world class youngsters for the here and now, we need to bulk up the academy for the future. We've already seen signs of this - long may it continue.
+1
touché
No cheshire.its like saying rooney/welbeck>falcao.if u judge base on history,its ridiculous.but if judge base on present performace,its true
+2
We don't need lvg and Moyes' history to tell that lvg is doing better.
that's it.i'm ending this pointless argument now considering you guys not gonna admit you're wrong aren;t ya.and i've never seen a smart counter argument so far.all i see is "lvg>moyes.simple"lol

have a great dayy.
+3
vice versa
"If lvg was the manager here last season,we would have been relegated."
lol
Mate, go take a nap. Honestly.
+5
^^again,those are sarcasm duhh
again slowpoke
+2
Appointing Moyes was arguably the worst decision in the clubs entire history let alone recent history lol, when you factor in what it cost us in a lack of CL qualification and some questionable transfer activity, it was god awful.

It was a dreadful decision that was always going to end in tears, Moyes is and always will be a nearly man, LVG might be a marmite character but he will find a way to get silverware in the cabinet even if he ends up skewered on his own ego in the process.

@Lutheaven

Compare the silverware and the calibre of the clubs both managers have managed and you'll see the gulf in pedigree.

You refuse to see a convincing argument for LVG > Moyes because you have an agenda that your going to push no matter what.

Your the one lacking a smart argument here, not the rest of the forum, "no Adidas deal without Moyes", "Rooney and De Gea would have left", "we would have been relegated under LVG"... Really.
+3
We do know that LVG has at least experience to work with big clubs, so yes its easy math in term of: "what member we need to pick from 2" for HR, if we had one for position of a manager.

Also we dont really know how LVG would do with pressure to be chosen by SAF as his successor that Moyes had, thus in defense of Lutheaven I would say, lets not get ahead of ourself in terms of "FOR SURE LVG would do better than Moyes in first year after SAF retirement": we will never find this out to be honest.

BUT I wonder though about other important point until this moment... how SAF was selecting successor and from what perspective he looked at Moyes in order to pick him?

It's just... somebody like SAF, is just hard to believe he was only looking on one person from all candidates, thus I know one thing for sure:

- Mou (which I personally really wanted as our manager) was shocked to find out he was not the one to be picked, as they both STILL respect each other, and are very-very good friends and best rivals. In fact in Real Madrid match Mou stated that SAF told him first that he is retiring. No body else had a clue.
- Guardiola (which also a great candidate) actually a had a dinner with him in one of the restarants, and that somehow strangely failed, because apparently (as per Guardiola) he could not "for 100% sure understand what SAF meant and does SAF asks him to be a new manager".
- Also OK if 2 top picks fail, what are other options? There are still many. Why LVG was not even picked as one of candidates is also strange. Maybe SAF knew playing too defensive wont work for EPL after all.

>>> Remember we are talking here about SAF, person who knows United from top to bottom and his decisions are rare to be wrong, but also it is just hard to believe Moyes was only option if top 2 fail. He had also so much time to consider...
@ Luth

Yes, LvG loves Fellaini because he has made a difference in games.

Figure that, the player Moyes brought in, the player Moyes was familiar with, is better under LvG. Miles better. That isn't theory, that's just how it is.

As mentioned by various users, you're ignoring pedigree.
+1
Wow I actually read all that
An opinion from an outsider:

A club of Man Utd's stature require a manager to meet at least one of these requirements:

1) Proven track record/exprience (eg Carlo)
2) Impressive recent success (eg Villas Boas pre-chelsea)
3) Personality, reputation (Klopp)
4) Tactical Brilliance (Pep?)
5) Historical Connection to the club (Giggs,Simeone)

Bear in mind that these factors are not guarantees for success, but it instills confidence into the sharehoders of the club. Moyes is a good manager but sadly imo he doesn't meet any of these requirements. His interviews sometimes reveals his own lack of confidence.

LvG so far has been unconvincing but he has enough pedigree that most supporters of the club trust him to atleast stabilize a sinking ship. Sometimes, all you need is confidence in our manager.
+1
stop calling us slowpokes when you just suck at conveying sarcasm. lemme give you an example of sarcasm by using your analogy of rooney is better than falcao to say that moyes is better than lvg.

i mean how can anyone disagree with you in trying to portray rooney as a player as the same as moyes as a manager. look at rooney's records, he merely won the premier league 5 times and 1 champions league while scoring only 227 goals for united. moyes accomplished almost identical prestigious achievements by finishing in top half of the premier league table 9 out of 12 seasons while he was everton manager. you are absolutely right in trying to say that rooney as a player is of the exact same stature as of moyes as a manager. therefore if we say rooney > falcao, that's like basically saying moyes > lvg. i mean compared to rooney's honors, falcao has an unparalleled history of winning 1 portuguese league and 2 europa league titles while scoring 204 goals for various clubs. of course saying rooney > falcao based on history is ridiculous, just as ridiculous as saying moyes > lvg.

^ there you go! that's how you do it. you must have a huge crush on moyes which is fine but dude first of all, you are an united fan. you seem like you want us to get relegated just so that you can say your idol moyes would've made sure we finished in top half of the table. you gotta get your head on straight.
+3
^^wowww.i see it now sayrox.u're a genius.so basically,titles define this symbol >>> right???

anderson&cleverly>>>gerrard
cleverly>pogba
evans>hummels
thank you oh lord sayrox


edit:check your wall
again rooney scored 227 goals in the process of winning all those titles. if anyone is hopeless here, it's you who is cherrypicking to prove his absurd point that only he thinks is right.
Just saw some trivial stats on PLTV that Arsenal holds the longest record of retaining the first spot for 128 days, but end up finishing 4th that season. Meanwhile we hold the shortest record of retaining first spot to win the title.
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What season was it that we held the first spot for the least amount of time yet ended up winning the league?

Was it the season when Keegan had a meltdown and we came back from like 15 points behind at Christmas to win the league haha.
Surely it was 2002-03.

That season, we had out first lead in that table on April 12, beating Arsenal by 5 points at the end of the campaign.
+1
Arsenal always alphabetically 1st before the season start.
+3
^ "The club however did not change its name to Arsenal, but to "The Arsenal". The final name change came in 1925 when following Herbert Chapman's suggestion the club dropped the definite article, "in order to be top of the alphabet even if we are not top of the league."

http://www.answers.com/Q/Where_did_the_name_Arsenal_FC_come_from
from good to bad to ugly.. rough week for di maria

http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11667/9740563/manchester-united-winger-di-maria-was-too-ugly-for-real-madrid

even his looks are being questioned. bit harsh.

to clarify, i think this is an ex barcelona coach talking about why madrid sold ADM.
This is f*****g sickening.

This guy was arguably their player of the season last year and was MOTM in some of their biggest games including the CL final which they won, he was also rightly named in the world 11 last season.

Talk about kicking a man while he is down, irrespective of how you feel about Di Marias struggles (atm) this is just totally lacking in class, I'd expect as much from the virus though, horrible club.
+2
Carles Rexach clearly dosent know football dosent have to do with looks, its shitty who ever wrote that article
"Former Barcelona coach Carles Rexach claims Real Madrid sold Angel Di Maria to Manchester United because he was 'too ugly' to play for them."

But lets blame Perez for it...
+4
i find it disgusting how you can slag a player off who played for you and played well in that manner. its stupid logic and equally childish as f**k. just ignore the s**t coming out of his mouth because its just so unsportsmanlike and ridiculous. when i first read that in a article i honestly thought it was a joke.
di maria is overrated anyways, became overrated once we signed him... lol
+4
This guy played for Barca, coached them and now is their assistant director...And he said this to some catalan media - one should know what his motives are!
+4
people need to lay off their own players,like seriously..everyone is human..tell me for those that play footy themselves,after getting injured has found it difficult to get back into the game. or lets just ask,has anyone NOT gone a week or month without scoring goals or finding their form.
we all knew ADM wasn't a physical player,so take not of the leagues he's played in prior to EPL,and also the players that surrounded him before coming here..not saying MU has s**t players,but compare Madrid to MU midfield and striker options..ADM had modric,bale,ronaldo,benzema,isco,alonso..if you actually watch our games adm is always a step ahead of our players,they pretty much NEVER play the 1-2 which he wants us to play but we end up passing it back and left to right. he makes a run expecting a chip or cross over to him,but we don't play it because our players are TOO SCARED to play those balls. watch the newcastle game this week and you'll know what im saying
+1
I really don't think Madrid sold him because of Di maria's look but its a fact that he was never a fit for Uncle Perez's galactico policy and other certain thing is that he was not treated well by the club management ( not by fans though , they loved him ) , that letter which he got prior to the final comes to mind ,

Proceed from Di maria sale was used to fund the move for James , who was the flavor of the month after WC and was always more marketable option then di maria , which made it easier for uncle perez to have James over di maria , TBF James was bought because of marketing reason but so far he have proved to be an incredible on football pitch too .
he's an atomic powered giraffe!
+1
Even though the claims are biased, I always think Real choose players by their face. Why they didn't sign Eto'o, Drogba, Ronaldinho, Ribery, Suarez when they were slaughtering teams during their peak, they could have easily signed them. Its their look. Looking back at their legends, all have good looking faces Figo, Raul, Zidane, Casillas, Beckham and now Ronaldo, Kroos, James. Faces so good you want a nude poster in your room.

The next one moving on will be Bale and Modric, all coming to United
+6
I don't give two damns how a player looks like, aslong as they have special football talent thats all what matters.

Some footballers may be appealing to the eye but if football fans take that into account instead of their talent they like those girls who only watch football to admire footballer looks.
+1
He put it in a very blunt way, but it can't be a coincidence Pérez loves buying stars who are good-looking too. Look at the iconic players/transfers of the Pérez galacticos now and back then: they're all models aside from footballers.

I don't condemn it though, he loves making Real Madrid into something that's larger than life: some of the most gifted players who are very good-looking too. It's a brand, simple as that.
lol i guess that means pogba and reus are safe
I''m surprised Pepe's contract hasn't been ripped up yet :O
+1
@SIF - you don't think Reus is good looking? He perfectly fits the Galactico army of high-elves. I am quite positive he will be lapped up by Real next.
+2
modric kinda looks f'ed up too

@tomi

nah i think he looks maybe average at best, kinda looks like a lizard to me though

the only dortmund player that has movie star looks is hummels. he looks just like orlando bloom (an actual movie star):

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-UhetURRvZEU/UsGoIWjFClI/AAAAAAAAAGU/JmB3lphWv4w/s1600/bloom-hummels.jpg
http://41.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m305ftWJ2H1rrzrk2o1_1280.jpg
http://img.telediario.mx/53a5da2a16d89_bloom.jpg
lmao so we know why ozil was let go:

http://i.ytimg.com/vi/XES3vMDTxNk/hqdefault.jpg

http://www.feintzebra.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/football-lookalikes-mezut-ozil-sid-the-sloth-ice-age.jpg

https://36.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m1dyf2cvfU1rrzrk2o1_500.jpg

http://desmond.yfrog.com/Himg576/scaled.php?tn=0&server=576&filename=71uai.jpg&xsize=480&ysize=480
+2
if madrid are about looks,then i don't know why modric is at madrid,he looks like and Orc from Lord of the Rings.

http://www.paperspencils.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/orc11.jpg
@Cjay Exactly!! Like the recent Asian Cup final, the girls around me were suddenly supporting South Korea because of the recent Korea hype even though they never watch football. They were rooting for Ki Sung Yeung even though Heung Min Son is their best player. Listening to them bad mouthing Australia for playing better football made me laugh.
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Olivier Giroud is crucial to Arsenal’s push for third despite his Monaco misses, while Robin van Persie’s absence for United could be a blessing in disguise and surely it is time Mark Noble received an England call-up
5 days ago
Robin van Persie could face a lengthy lay-off with an ankle injury so will miss the FA Cup tie with his former club Arsenal on 9 March
5 days ago
Nathaniel Clyne to Manchester United? | Sergio Busquets to Manchester City? | Morgan Schneiderlin to Arsenal?
6 days ago
According to new statistics released this week by Switzerland’s International Centre for Sports Studies, the Dutch club’s reputation as talent producers is well deserved
6 days ago
David de Gea not talking to Louis van Gaal? | Tottenham in for Monaco’s Aymen Abdennour? Aaron Lennon to stay at Everton for £7m?
6 days ago
His stunning strike last weekend brought him back into focus in England but the Portuguese winger tells Nick Ames that United have been steadily keeping abreast of his progress with Sporting
1 week ago
Featuring a chip-and-run from Brazil, a long-range volley from Holland, a sublime assist from Sweden, a blaster from Exeter and an overhead kick from Greece
1 week ago
James Wilson has given Louis van Gaal an injury scare after he suffered a dead leg playing for Manchester United Under-21s in Monday evening’s 1-1 draw at Sunderland
1 week ago
Only four points separate the five Premier League clubs jostling for places in Europe’s elite competition for next season. Who will prevail?

Premier League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
60
34
22
56
2
6
18
26
1
55
30
27
57
4
7
16
27
2
51
22
29
51
6
6
15
27
3
50
20
26
46
5
8
14
27
4
49
19
20
39
9
4
15
28
5
48
10
30
40
7
6
14
27
6
44
5
36
41
8
5
13
26
7
40
-3
34
31
9
7
11
27
8
39
6
33
39
8
9
10
27
9
39
-3
34
31
10
6
11
27
10
35
-10
42
32
10
8
9
27
11
30
-8
39
31
12
9
7
28
12
30
-10
36
26
12
9
7
28
13
28
-6
39
33
11
10
6
27
14
27
-11
37
26
13
9
6
28
15
26
-16
39
23
10
14
4
28
16
25
-23
38
15
15
7
6
28
17
22
-18
45
27
16
4
6
26
18
22
-20
45
25
13
10
4
27
19
18
-18
42
24
16
6
4
26
20
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