Monday, 22 April 2013

Hernandez Happy At United

Javier Hernandez has only started six times this season for Manchester United, the Mexican international says that despite not starting for United it will never affect his performance for the club.

The Mexican international hasn’t been a regular for United this season since the addition of Robin Van Persie - who had a magnificent start to his Manchester United career with 23 goals to his name in all competitions. However, the Dutchman has struggled to find the net lately and this could be a potential lifeline for Hernandez, who happens to be on the same score tally as Wayne Rooney with 16 goals in all competitions, with Hernandez having played two games less than Rooney.

When Van Persie transferred from Arsenal at the start of the season for £24Million, nobody would have thought that he would have had such impact on United. When he signed it was well known he would be one of the first names on the line-up with Wayne Rooney, with either Hernandez or Danny Welbeck being the ones to suffer from lack of games.

Hernandez, who signed for United in 2010 for £8Million, also made a fantastic start to his own United career with his first season tally totalling 20 goals. However, in his second season he didn’t make as good of an impact – only hitting the net 12 times in all competitions.

Hernandez, who is the first Mexican to play for Manchester United, has been on the bench much of this season with Van Persie featuring in the majority of Man United’s games. This has forced rumours to appear about moves for players such as Hernandez and Welbeck but both have rejected the rumours about leaving the club and going elsewhere. Recently Real Madrid have been rumoured of being interested in Hernandez and both Stoke and Sunderland interested in Welbeck.

Hernandez has told Sir Alex Ferguson he will be ready when called upon for United who aim to win their 20th league title success at the end of May.

"All the players in the world want to start every single game," he said.

"I am happy to be at this club. Of course I would love to start more often but I will keep the same attitude.

"When the gaffer wants me on the bench or the starting line-up I will do my best. My attitude is going to be very good because I want to respect the club, my team-mates and the coach."

Other rumours have cropped up about a speculated move for Atletico Madrid’s Falcao to Old Trafford in recent weeks, saying that United will swap the Mexican for the Columbian international. Manager Sir Alex Ferguson has calmed any rumours about this transfer happening in the near future,

"Do you honestly believe that?" he is quoted as saying on the club's official website.

"Really? It does amaze me that you come up with that one."

This leaves the door open for United’s rivals to try and secure the services of current Atletico Madrid striker Falcao, with now Falcao looking bound to go to Chelsea, Man City or Real Madrid.

Sunday, 14 April 2013

Van Persie Ends Goal Drought, And Helps United Put One Hand On The Trophy

RVP Celebrates After Scoring A
Penalty Against Stoke
Robin Van Persie Ends Goal Drought, And Helps Put One Hand On The Trophy.

RVP scores 20th goal of the season, helping United come closer to securing the Premier League title. United eased past Stoke City in a 2-0 victory which means United only need 7 points to claim the title for a 20th time.

United have six games left of the season to gain 7 points. United took the
lead in the 4th minute after Michael Carrick flicked the ball past the Stoke goalkeeper, after Stoke defenders failed to get the ball out of danger. United kept control of Stoke throughout the whole game, creating countless chances, whereas Stoke failing to get any decent chances on goal.

United carried on controlling the game but it took another 61 minutes before increasing their lead to 2-0 after Van Persie carried the ball in the area then being brought down by Andy Wilkinson got a penalty the keeper guessed the right way but there was too much power for him to stop it going in.

Now United need 2 wins and a draw unless Man City fail to beat Wigan, which would see United winning the trophy as early as Monday.

Thursday, 4 April 2013

Manchester United Vs Manchester City: Preview

Match Winner
RvP At The Etihad Stadium,
Where United Won City 3-2 

Manchester United Vs Manchester City : Match Preview

The battle for the Barclays Premier League looks almost over as United lead their closest opponents and city rivals Manchester City by 15 points with 8 games of the season remaining, and have the chance to make it 18 if they can overcome them in the next match, this game shows the current champions against the potential champions of England this season.

It was a close race up till January when United started to pull away from City and the rest of the teams in the top four, United are deserved champions this season with some record braking performances, and this time around they have made sure they don't make the same mistake as last season were their match form started to slip which caused them to lose the league at home against Everton when they lost a 4-2 lead and ended up drawing 4-4 in remaining minutes.

Rooney who missed the FA Cup replay against Chelsea on Monday may be fit to play Manchester City after getting a groin injury in the England World Cup Qualifiers Sir Alex Ferguson said this
"He got a groin injury playing for England. He wasn't 100% and there is no point risking players with groin injuries," said Ferguson.

"It could exacerbate itself and you could be out for weeks. Hopefully he will be ready for next Monday's game."

Rooney Should Be
Fit To Play
Manchester City.


Latest Rumours;

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This month's rumours Are:


Nemanja Matic (Benfica)
Thiago Alcantara (Barcelona)
Burak Yilmaz (Galatasaray)


Angelo Henriquez (loan)

Burak Yilmaz

Angelo Henriquez (Loan)

Nemanja Matic

Saturday, 30 March 2013

Deflected van Persie Shot Could Propel United 18 Points Clear.

RvP's Deflected Shot Puts
United In A Comfortable Position 
United Could Go 18 Points Clear At The Top, As City Prepare For Their Game Against Newcastle.

Manchester United go 18 points clear of second placed rivals Manchester City. United have been smashing records throughout the season, and today they set a record with 25 wins in the first 30 games of the season and are the only club to do so, United have already broke the record for the amount of points at this stage of the season.

Wayne Rooney being rested for the lunchtime FA Cup replay game on Monday with Chelsea  with a few other first team player's being rested, United had a weaker team than usual, but still managed to pull off the 3 points to put their Twentieth title dream more likely, it took 26 minutes for the deadlock to be broken with a Robin van Persie shot that jerked off the knee of Bramble into the back of the net, but that was the only goal of the game, United managed to sustain their clean sheet run with a sixth consecutive game without coinciding a goal, but also managed to keep Sunderland's winless run going for the eighth game.
United Vs Sunderland, When The Title
Was Taken From Their
United came back to the Stadium of Light, where they had a nightmare end to a season, where they thought they'd won the title, but then seconds later finding out, that City scored in the last minute of their match to snatch it out of the grasp of them, that moment fueled United's form this season with the team determined not to lose the title on goal difference again and have taken note of that wounded feeling by scoring 70 goals and have  8 games remaining to score even more, and they also remembered the Sunderland fans that mocked them by showing the relegation battling team no pity by making sure they collected all the points to keep their point advantaged going into the remaining games.

Friday, 29 March 2013

Macheda Heading Towards United Exit?

Macheda Looks Set To Leave United When The
Transfer  Window Opens In The Summer.

Federico Macheda looks set to leave Manchester United for good.

Macheda spending 6 years at United but only getting 19 appearances, he couldn't live up to the standards he set for himself on his debut in 2009 against Aston Villa, when he scored the match winning goal with a right-footed shot that curled past the keeper. But has failed to brake into the first team, and now with the new addition of Robin van Persie to the strike force has made the likelihood of him being chosen for the first team very low when he finishes his loan spell with VfB Stuttgart at the end of the season.

It's obvious that he has fell out of favour with Sir Alex Ferguson after going out on loan three times in just two years, there's a option in place for VfB Stuttgart to make the deal permanent in the summer, but for now he's contracted at Old Trafford until next summer, the Italian striker told the Daily Mail: "After Manchester it has been a struggle. I have had injuries and loan spells and they haven't really worked. 

"But I am adapting now here at Stuttgart. That takes time. The important thing now is to find my place; get some playing time and develop as a player.

"Manchester United was more difficult than any club in the world because of the talent of the players there and because of the attention and the pressure.
"It wouldn't make sense to go back and do what I have done for the last two years. Maybe in the future I could go back, but not now."  
Macheda's Debut Goal Vs Aston Villa In
2009 When United Won 3-2
Man United and the fans were expecting big thing's from Macheda after he kicked his United career off with a bang, some fans and newspapers went as far as him being dubbed as the next Cristiano Ronaldo after his wonder-goal in 2009 against Villa.
What do you think should we cash in on Federico Macheda?

Friday, 22 March 2013

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