For the majority of Sir Alex’s reign at Manchester United, attacking football was the overriding style of football which kept the United faithful begging for more. Over the last few years, Fergie’s United has become more functional,effective and pragmatic. As Moyes looks to prove himself as United manager, let’s take a look at some of the areas that will need tweaking if Manchester United are going to return to more fluid,attacking football. Part 1 focuses on United’s match against Tottenham at White Hart Lane. Part 2 will focus on United’s match against Everton. Read the full story
Manchester United’s 5-0 demolition job of Bayer Leverkusen was exhilarating and unexpected. After dropping points to Cardiff City last weekend and Leverkusen’s home record in the BayArena, United’s chances of a crucial win looked improbable. Moyes’ United took advantage of Bayer’s naive approach as they secured qualification into the knockout stages.
David Moyes may have recently relieved the pressure of the highly expectant United fans for now with a 2-1 win over Sunderland a few weeks ago; however the question remains, just how long might it be before the boos and the jeers start overclouding the cheers and United chants at Old Trafford? Read the full story
Pochettino’s tactics caused Manchester United some problems when the Saints last visited Old Trafford. There’s a good chance we should expect more of the same. Read the full story
Come on Moyes!! Play Shinji! Over the past few weeks, these have been the overtones expressed by some of the Manchester United faithful. Recognized as a creative playmaker, Shinji Kagawa is a player you want to see on the pitch. The fans got their wish as Kagawa got his second start of the season. Yet, the Japanese playmaker put in a mixed performance against Liverpool which in some ways justified why Moyes hasn’t been incredibly keen to play him. Read the full story