Jose Mourinho to Sell Players, But Who?

Jose Mourinho to Sell Players, But Who?

Earlier this week a report surfaced that new Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, would be looking at clearing the deadwood and undertaking a much needed overhaul of the United squad. We take a quick look at the players whose futures could be in doubt and who could be on their way out of Old Trafford. Sam Johnstone Playing time will be limited for the young keeper, and the emergence of Joel Pereira means we can afford to let him go. …
John Stones - Big Decision to Make?

John Stones - Big Decision to Make?

Everton are facing a mass exodus this summer, with John Stones and Romulu Lukaku the most likely to depart after the club failed to qualify for European football. The Sunday Express reports that the former is a priority target for the new Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho, while the Mail on Sunday suggests Barcelona are set to make a £25m offer for the defender. He had a disappointing campaign and was partially to blame for the club's poor defensive showings. …
Have Manchester United Finally Come Out Of Hiding?

Have Manchester United Finally Come Out Of Hiding?

One can be forgiven for struggling to believe what was going on at Old Trafford when Manchester United managed to put two goals past Stoke City inside the first 45 minutes after a dozen games without scoring at home in the Premier League. A dozen halves at Old Trafford without registering a goal - six full games, in theory, whichever way we look at it, Louis Van Gaal's Manchester United typifies mediocrity and cowardice for most of this campaign. The …
Louis Van Gaal buying time

Louis Van Gaal buying time

Louis Van Gaal’s position as manager of Manchester United may be on ice that is thinning as quickly as Juan Mata’s hair, but the FA Cup could just be what he needs to buy him time. United’s Premier League form over the past few months has been poor and boos have become an all too familiar sound at the end of home matches. Disgruntlement amongst fans has fuelled media speculation over his future and the Dutchman has publicly reacted angrily …
Bastian Inspired Manchester United And Their Title Credentials

Bastian Inspired Manchester United And Their Title Credentials

"Champions should be winning games like these" was the bottom-line of Van Gaal's post match presser where he looked, for the first time in his reign at United, all panicky and clearly irritated. For 90 minutes, Manchester United dominated the game, at least according to the Dutchman, yet failed again, to control the outcome. It has been the story of United's season in that they set themselves up very hard to beat rather than go and do it from the …
Analysing the Red Hot Ozil vs Manchester United

Analysing the Red Hot Ozil vs Manchester United

After an embarrassing 3-2 defeat to Olympiacos, lots of people were doubting Arsenal going into their game against Manchester United.  Then the Gunners annihilated Louis Van Gaal's side. They dismembered Manchester United within the first 20 minutes, and it was absolutely incredible to watch.  They were on fire and played scintillating football putting in their most impressive performance of the season. There were plenty of standout players in that Arsenal side.  Theo Walcott put in his best center forward performance …
Wayne Rooney Struggling to Fit In?

Wayne Rooney Struggling to Fit In?

Wayne Rooney has filled plenty of column inches over the past few months after replacing Sir Bobby Charlton as England’s all-time highest goalscorer. The Manchester United is yet to touch 30, and to achieve such a record, is a great deal. To outscore the likes of Gary Lineker, Jimmy Greaves, Michael Owen and Alan Shearer is pretty good going. However, while he is breaking record after record for England, he has struggled to leave his mark on United so far …
Daley Played a Blind-er vs Liverpool - Performance Analysis

Daley Played a Blind-er vs Liverpool - Performance Analysis

Old Trafford witnessed another famous victory for Manchester United against their biggest nemesis Liverpool on a day when usually, things much bigger and more valued than 3 points are at stake. After a tepid first half which reeked of the 'same old same old' style of harmless possession football from the home side, United managed to open the scoring with a neatly worked set piece routine followed by a quick penalty to double the advantage. Liverpool, glorified spectators for the …