Manchester United played West Brom on Saturday, and dropped a couple more points at Old Trafford. However, they don’t have much time to dwell on that result with Ronald Koeman bringing his Everton team to Manchester tomorrow night.
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Ahead of facing Hull City on Boxing Day, David Moyes met the media and gave us an update on various things, including the progression of Robin van Persie and Michael Carrick’s injuries. The gaffer said that both are progressing nicely, and maybe one, or both could be set for a sensational return against Hull.
David Moyes addressed the media ahead of the Spurs game at the weekend, and the gaffer gave us a much-needed boost on the injury front. The Scot claims that club captain Nemanja Vidic, right-back Rafael and star striker Robin van Persie could all be available for selection at White Hart Lane on Sunday afternoon.
David Moyes was speaking to reporters ahead of what will be a busy couple of weeks for Manchester United. The Reds play at Old Trafford four times, in eleven days, across three competitions, and David Moyes has confirmed that the squad is currently carrying a few knocks.
Ahead of the Champions League tie against Leverkusen tomorrow, Moyes answered questions on various topics including diving, Wayne Rooney and utilising his squad with games coming thick and fast. The new boss declared himself happy with the way United are training, and he is excited to get the Champions League campaign underway tomorrow.
United take on Shinji Kagawa’s old side Cerezo Osaka tomorrow morning (UK time) and new boss David Moyes addressed the media ahead of that game. The topic on everyones mind was that of Cesc Fabregas, and when asked about the Spaniard, Moyes simply replied “Things are ongoing”.
Ahead of United’s game against the Yokohama F.Marino’s tomorrow, David Moyes has spoken to the press and admitted the club have made a second bid for Cesc Fabregas. Fans are becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of transfer activity, but Moyes has remained calm and confident throughout.
The red wine and novelty cakes were cracked out by the English media this morning in honour of Sir Alex Ferguson and all his achievements within our great game, the boss took charge of his final pre-match press conference before retiring at the grand old age of 71.
After both missed the FA Cup tie against Chelsea on Monday, both Rafael and Wayne Rooney are back in training and in contention to play in the Manchester derby on Monday night. However, both Jonny Evans and Nemanja Vidic aren’t due to start training until tomorrow or Saturday meaning both are doubts for the game.
The international break is finally over and normal service will hopefully be resumed tomorrow, Fergie conducted his pre-match presser this morning and gave us all the news we wanted to hear; Phil Jones, Paul Scholes and Nani are all back in training and in contention to feature over the busy Easter weekend.