Manchester United looked gutless in their 2-0 defeat to Liverpool last night, and after the game former player turned pundit Paul Scholes was obviously unhappy. The finer prince was damning in everything he said towards United, and wasn’t happy with their lack of fight.
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Manchester United have had plenty of legends down the years, none more so than Ryan Giggs. The Welsh Wizard has spoken out on what inspired him to be a Manchester United fan, and it came from none other than his grandma who was a huge George Best supporter.
Manchester United Football Club could be looking for a new permanent manager this summer, with the hearts of many fans saying promoting Ryan Giggs could be the way to go. However, his friend and former teammate Teddy Sheringham, has urged him to leave.
Manchester United Football Club have certainly struggled at times this season, with Louis van Gaal’s side playing some extremely dull football. Rio Ferdinand reckons our style of play is the main reason why the fans are unhappy with the Iron Tulip, and its hard to disagree with him.
Earlier on in the week Paul Scholes was damning in his criticism of Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United side, but tonight the ginger prince was much more complimentary. However he was then asked whether United can win the league, and it was a resounding no from the former United midfielder.
Manchester United have a whole host of club legends, and several players who have won everything there is to win at this prestigious football club. One of those men is Rio Ferdinand, and he has released his all-time Manchester United XI, of players he has played alongside.
Manchester United’s former captain Roy Keane always has his say on any controversial topics at the club, and as you’d expect, he has spoken out about the events following United being dumped out of the Champions League.
Manchester United Football Club broke the bank to sign Anthony Martial on transfer deadline day, with the Frenchman costing a huge £38million. Paul Scholes who is now a pundit, was full of praise for the young man – and its great to see just how well he is backed by legends.
Up until yesterday morning, it was unthinkable to discuss the future of Manchester United Football Club without mentioning Ryan Giggs. After a brief spell in the dugout during the final stages of the 2013/14 season, the Welshman was hired by current manager Louis van Gaal as Assistant Manager, a role many believe is much more akin to a managerial apprenticeship.
Manchester United Football Club saw one of their biggest legends turn his hand to management for the first time today, as Gary Neville was appointed the gaffer of Valencia CF. Shortly after the announcement, Sir Alex Ferguson shared his take on proceedings, and wished him all the best.