Wayne Rooney's Top 10 Manchester United moments - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Rumours were already making the rounds that Everton had within their ranks a supremely talented 16-year-old kid who would become the next-big-thing in England. Little did we knew about his incredible talent until that moment.
There's news that Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal wants to sign Newcastle United's Dutch International goalkeeper Tim Krul in the January transfer window. Tim Krul - in action at Aston Villa And it seems there are a number of clubs interested in the Newcastle 26 year-old goalkeeper, who was a hero for Holland in [.
Wilshere, Blind, Hazard.... Names of the Premier League, week 4 is a post from: Just Football
Theinterminable international break has mercifully ended marking the return ofPremier League.And with it, so too, doesNames of thePremier League- a weekly column onJust Footballwhere we offer you the best performers of the week.
Rio Ferdinand has hit out at David Moyes for trying to impose a vision on United, despite the Scotsman, who was also lambasted for adopting "embarrassing" tactics, himself not being too clear about the plan.
Ferdinand returned to Old Trafford on Sunday after leaving the club on a free transfer in the summer, having brought a 10-year career at United to an end in disappointing fashion as the club endured an absolute nightmare of a season under the former Everton manager, who was criticised by Ferdinand for creating a "bad vibe".
Wilf Zaha had a fairly miserable time in his first year as a Manchester United player. Having been signed by Sir Alex Ferguson in the January before he retired, David Moyes clearly wasn't a fan of the young winger and barely played him.
Louis van Gaal has sent Zaha on loan to the club we bought him from, Crystal Palace, but the player hasn't given up on a United future.
After years of strife between the two, Wayne Rooney is finally singing the praises of his former manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
The Manchester United captain came into conflict with Ferguson many times during his run at Old Trafford, most recently when Ferguson revealedless-than-flattering reviews of Rooney in his autobiography.
Louis van Gaal can breathe a sigh of relief as his new signings propelled his squad towards a much needed first win of his Manchester United managerial career.
With players returning from injury, Marcos Rojo finally acquiring a work permit, Rademel Falcao and Daley Blind available for selection, questions arose regarding whether Van Gaal would stick with the 5-3-2 formation or adopt a new tactic to cater to the new signings.
The rumours linking Cristiano Ronaldo with a return to Manchester United simply refuse to go away, as the Portuguese has apparently grown increasingly frustrated with life in Madrid and could leave the Bernabeu next summer.
Since leaving the club in the summer of 2009, Ronaldo has become an even better player than he was at United, scoring 256 goals in 251 appearances in all competitions for Real Madrid, but various reports have suggested that the 29-year-old is looking to engineer a move away from Madrid and back to United at the end of the season.
Over £835 million was spent on transfers this summer, making every Guinness world record book obsolete. (Don't even bother trying to get a refund. It's a waste of time) The most eye-catching transfer was Angel Di Maria's move to Manchester United for what some economists have described as "quite a lot of money", or in layman's terms "£59.