Nothing has changed..... Still as boring.
Nothing has changed..... Still as boring.
Pictures always should have a special story behind it or a special meaning to the photographer.
GOAL! Manchester United 0-1 Southampton (Austin) 87 min
only 1 shot at goal!
How is it that LVG still around? There were so many signs for the MU Board to do something about the current situation but sadly nothing is done and still so undecisive about sacking LVG... LVG is not going to resign... There is potentially something very wrong in the dressing room. Talk but on the field, the play is so loose and no creativity, how to score. Depend on opponent defense error...Southampton defence did not waiver from pressure. But where is the pressure in the first place, Martial is not playing well, lost the ball more often when he tried to dribble,no support and coordination from the rest. If Rooney cannot score, we are doomed to draw or lose. Note: this is a home game and MU attack is so pathetic. We need to urgent rid of LVG and bring in new manager tactics and addressed the problems immediately.
"I cannot answer that," Van Gaal said. "It's not [up] to me to answer this question."
If he can't answer then who can ? The players?? Obviously the players already lost faith on him..
I think we are becoming more and more like Liverpool, sadly.
If not from the next game LVG and Giggs can switch roles till they decided to get a new manager ...
Hope these rumors of LVG quitting and called back does not become a laughing stock for MU if results turn against us for continuing to keep him. Let's give the benefit of doubt to MU board's decision and support it. Hope that fortune changes for the betterment of the team and we are able to qualify for the next year UCL. To hang in there and somehow able to win 10 out of 15 remaining games, we should be able to secure it.
DERBY V UNITED
30 January 2016 at 3:55:00 AM
Travelling to iPro Stadium
It's okay huh? As long as we continue buying their home jerseys, away jerseys, training kits, and all that. Nothing else matters to the United execs.
A 1-3 win away we had an early goal from Rooney and 2nd half goals from Blind n Mata sealed the game ... A slightly better statistic converting 3 out of the 5 miserable shots at goal!
Last edited by melvin; 30th January 2016 at 05:44 PM.
Like I said before, if Rooney scores, we can win and/or draw. And I m ok if he keeps scoring and we win. Whether Martial can assist / score or not its not important. He is over-value IMO, will take 1-2 years to get use to EPL football. When he has opportunity to score, he did not take it as a true striker instinct will do. Tends to dribble too much. He must use his speed to his advantage more often and practice his ball controlling skills. In EPL there is no time and room like other leagues, if he did not make the right decision, the defenders will be all over him by them. He has to feel and perform as a striker role. Still needs time to develop which may not be good thing for MU. Congrats to our lads who performed well.
MANCHESTER UNITED V STOKE CITY
3 February 2016 at 4:00:00 AM
Another tough match tonight
MANCHESTER UNITED'S JANUARY INS AND OUTS
With the transfer window open again in January, there have been several moves involving Manchester United.
In order to check the latest deals, this page will be updated with any activity of an incoming or outgoing nature.
Adnan Januzaj - loan return from Borussia Dortmund
The Belgium international is back with the Reds following a temporary stint in the Bundesliga.
Sam Johnstone - loan return from Preston North End
The goalie headed back to United with Anders Lindegaard snapped up by the Championship side.
Will Keane - loan return from Preston North End
The 2011 FA Cup Youth Cup winner rejoined the fold after plenty of game time at Deepdale.
Donald Love - loan return from Wigan Athletic
The final game of the defender's agreed spell was the win over Gillingham on Thursday.
Joel Pereira - loan return from Rochdale
The promising keeper was brought back, initially to cover for the loan exit of Sam Johnstone.
Victor Valdes - loan to Standard Liege
The 34-year-old goalkeeper moved to Belgium once the formalities of the deal were completed.
Ashley Fletcher - loan to Barnsley
A first move away from United was clinched for the Yorkshire-born striker on a month's basis.
Liam Grimshaw - undisclosed fee to Preston North End
The versatile midfielder was snapped up by Simon Grayson after impressing in Scotland.
Dean Henderson - loan to Stockport County
The 18-year-old switched to the Conference North club on a youth loan, initially for a month.
Sam Johnstone - loan to Preston North End
After an enjoyable spell at his hometown club, he was re-signed to replace Sunderland's Jordan Pickford.
Kieran O'Hara - loan to Morecambe
A second stay with the Shrimps was arranged for the teenage keeper, who will remain with the League Two side for the season.
Ben Pearson - undisclosed fee to Preston North End
Following one Under-21 outing on his return from Barnsley, the midfielder signed a two-and-a-half year deal at Deepdale.
Nick Powell - loan to Hull City
The forward linked up with Steve Bruce's Tigers on the final day of the January transfer window.
Didn't knew we were This busy this transfer window!