was it the midfield, was it the injuries, was it bad defending ...... find out more…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by SPORT WITNESS Dec 9, 2011.
After United crashed out of the Carling Cup against Crystal Palace, we look at Fergie's Five biggest Cup Flops:Sir Alex Ferguson usually uses the League Cup and the early rounds of the FA Cup to give…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Red_Indian Dec 2, 2011.
A detailed analysis on how the fullback areas of both the teams were exploited due to poor marking, ball watching and both teams playing a high defence line.....…Continue
Started Nov 4, 2011
I had written this Blog on @football_p
(Why Pardew and Pulis are my contenders for “Manager of the Year”)
In a league where managers have enhanced their reputations like Sir Alex…Continue
Posted on March 30, 2012 at 14:30 — 1 Comment
Manchester United and the 4-3-3
Ever since Redondo’s nutmeg on Henning Berg that lead to a Raul goal on the counter attack and the arrival of Queiroz, Fergusson has changed his tactics in the champions league. Instead of going gung-ho with an attacking 4-4-2 he now uses a more conservative 4-3-3 approach. Although this approach has yielded great results over the past 5 seasons with United reaching at least the semis on 4 occasions, I do not think united have the…Continue
Posted on September 15, 2011 at 17:29 — 7 Comments
The striking conundrum at the top of the table
Each team at the top of the Barclays premier league has a world class forward line but with that world class tag each of them carries unnecessary baggage with them. With the pre season in full flow each of them will have set specific goals for the new season.…
Posted on July 27, 2011 at 18:27 — 7 Comments