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
The answer seems quite clear. You would think the consensus would be two points dropped as Manchester United were ahead for most of the match. Miscommunication, a weak punch, and failing to close down Clint Dempsey spelled the difference between a draw and a win. However, if we take a closer look, then perhaps we might reach a different conclusion.
- Tottenham could only take a point from a 0-0 draw against QPR as they faced former manager Harry Redknapp for the first time since firing him last summer. Spurs were frustrated by QPR’s tactics and some excellent goal-keeping but will need to up their ruthlessness in front of goal when they welcome Man Utd this Sunday. Read the full story
ecurring catalogue of injuries? Manchester United last season suffered the worst injury list, with 39 serious injuries resulting in the players involved being unavailable for selection for a combined total of 1681 days!