Submitted by content on Thu, 05/05/2016 - 14:11
Louis Saha has stated that Manchester United need changes at the managerial level if they want to become a successful side again.
He was careful not to blame the current manager, Louis van Gaal though.
When asked whether Manchester United would appoint a new coach if ever they do not qualify for the Champions League, the Frenchman replied that this is a possibility.
He believes that Jose Mourinho is really interested in the job and that he will make a good manager for Manchester United.
Submitted by isport on Mon, 04/11/2016 - 08:47
Louis Saha isn’t exactly shy about blaming who he believes is the core issue of this team’s core issues and who he believes needs to be replaced.
Saha has publicly stated that he firmly believes a management change was firmly needed at Manchester United and didn’t stop very short of blaming Louis Van Gaal.
Submitted by content on Sun, 04/03/2016 - 05:58
Manchester City may have been struggling during recent weeks, but they might be getting a boost soon with the return of attacking players Samir Nasri and Kevin De Bruyne returning from injuries.
Midfielder Fabian Delph is also close to a City return. This could be good news since Sterling is reported to miss all the remaining games for this season.
City has been struggling to score goals during recent games, and the return of Samir Nasri and De Bruyne could be the boost they needed. Both players have started training again with the first team since Thursday and expect to feature in the remaining Premier League games as well as the Champions League clash against Paris Saint-Germain.
Submitted by content on Thu, 03/03/2016 - 05:43
Former Manchester United player, Louis Saha has a few things to say concerning the struggles that the Premier League club has been going through in this season. Manchester United has lost matches against: Norwich City, Bournemouth, Swansea City and Southampton.
Louis van Gaal has consistently been critiqued for the playing style that he has implemented in Old Trafford which is regularly labeled as boring and dull. The Dutch coach himself even stated that there are occasions when he gets bored of seeing how his team performs in certain occasions but according to the former Manchester United player, Louis Saha, the thing that they are lacking and that has cost the team a significant amount of dropped points is not being able to be unpredictable.
Submitted by content on Thu, 01/21/2016 - 06:59
Arsene Wenger believes that German international Mesut Ozil is starting to develop the attribute of captaincy in his game.
Ozil arrived from Real Madrid for a club record £ 42 million. After struggling in his first full year at the club, he is starting to dominate games. Ozil is on course to creating a new record in terms of assists over a league campaign. The German already has a whopping 16 assists in the league with the season just past Christmas. If he continues on the same vein of form, Thierry Henry’s record of just over 20 assists in a league season will be broken quite comfortably.
Submitted by content on Thu, 12/03/2015 - 12:44
Chelsea have been going through one of the disastrous periods in recent memory after having lost five league games already.
This record sees them near the bottom of the table and nowhere near enough to retain the league title that the team won last season. One of the reasons put forward has been the lack of form amongst key players like Diego Costa. At this stage last season, Costa was on course to becoming the league’s top scorer. This time around, he has scored less than five league goals. It puts a lot of pressure on the backup forwards Radamel Falcao and Loic Remy.
Submitted by content on Thu, 07/16/2015 - 18:01
Former player of Manchester United Louis Saha, recommended the Premier League club in signing AlexandreLacazette from Lyon as the retired player believes that Lacazette has everything Manchester United needs in order to win the Premier League title which they haven’t won since since 2013.
AlexandreLacazette is a 24 year old attacker who just finished going through a phenomenal season as he scored 27 goals in 33 games as he earned the Golden Boot award from the Ligue 1. He was the top goal-scorer of the French League and Louis Saha is certain that Lacazette can bring something new to Old Trafford.
Submitted by content on Wed, 02/18/2015 - 03:22
Former French international Louis Saha says that he expects Manchester United to win the title in the near future. After the appointment of Louis van Gaal in the summer, results have been highly inconsistent.
It is only in the last few months that Manchester United have been able to go on a run of victories that is reminiscent of the older form. Saha won several league titles with United before injuries prevented him from making a huge impact. The former striker left the club for Everton just a few years after arriving from Fulham.
Submitted by content on Wed, 01/07/2015 - 10:55
Thierry Henry might be seen on the Football pitch once again as the France bosses are thinking about giving him a recall for a farewell match.
Henry has recently quit Football at all level to take the job of a television analyst in United Kingdom.
He played his last competitive game on the American turf and many of his fans were not able to see that.
There have been demands that he should be made to play once more in front of the home crowd.
Some former French players have also been supporting these demands of the fans.
Didier Deschamps, the France head coach, while talking to a news channel the previous night, dropped hints that he might be inviting Henry to serve the Les Blues for one final time.
Submitted by content on Wed, 10/01/2014 - 06:08
Robin Van Persie disclosed yesterday that after going down 3-5 against Leicester City, the whole Red Devils’ squad sat together and had a bit of a confrontation. In that meeting, there were talks about certain areas where the team has been faltering.
According to Van Persie, defence has certainly been an issue for his team, but, the central forward also believes that there are errors being committed in other areas as well.
In that Leicester game, United was looking like getting home when they were 3-1 up, but, in the last half an hour, the hosts turned the table in style, smashing 4 goals, one after the other, to leave the visiting supporters shell shocked.