ROONEY GETS DAY OFF AFTER FWA AWARD CEREMONY

Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney was full of thanks after manager Jose Mourinho gave him a day off after the award ceremony in his honour by the Football Writers’ Association. The player had to appear in London for the event in his name after the writers honoured him for breaking Sir Bobby Charlton’s club goal record. Rooney scored an injury time equalizer when the Red Devils faced off against Stoke City in the Premier League. The goal earned the club a valuable point but also raised his goal tally for the club to 250 making him the all-time leading scorer

MOURINHO BELIEVES UNITED CAN FINISH HIGHER THAN FOURTH

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has insisted that his side can finish higher than fourth position in the Premier League this season. Mourinho has endured a difficult start to life at the Theatre Of Dreams but his side seems to have finally found their feet – judging by recent performances. Manchester United currently sit sixth in the Premier League table after winning their last three matches on the spin. Mourinho’s side have been struggling for consistency all season and find themselves four points behind fourth – placed Arsenal. As belief and optimism grows among Man United fans, Jose Mourinho feels

Neville on Signing of Louis Saha and Cristiano Ronaldo

Gary Neville has revealed that he has recommended only two signings to Manchester United – Cristiano Ronaldo and Louis Saha. Regarded as one of the greatest French forwards in his generation, Saha was making his name at Fulham. He was signed by manager Sir Alex Ferguson for around £ 11 million. This initially turned out to be a very good investment from the club, as Saha was able to come up with some crucial goals. He was seen as the eventual replacement for Ruud van Nistelrooy, who remains as one of the greatest forwards Manchester United have seen in the

Louis Saha is encouraging Alexandre Lacazette to leave Lyon

The former Manchester United player Louis Saha is certain that Alexandre Lacazette in order for him to become a better player, Lacazette has to make his way out of Lyon as this is something that all the big performers have to do at some point in time. “It’s obligatory! It’s a step every great player has to take. He’s in his comfort zone in Lyon, he knows everyone. He would take a step up by discovering a new league, new demands, different competition for places. Kevin Gameiro isn’t the same player he was when he was at PSG.” Louis Saha

HEATON: UNITED HELPFUL TO MY BURNLEY SUCCESS

Tom Heaton has hailed his time with Premier League giant, Manchester United as a huge contributing factor to his time at Burnley.


The goalkeeper was one of the 24 players former Red Devils manager Sir Alex Ferguson took to Russia for their 2008 Champions League final clash against Chelsea. He was the third choice goalkeeper, so he merely followed the team everywhere. He was on the stands in Luzhniki Stadium alongside other stars like French star Louis Saha, Barcelona defender Gerard Pique, Chris Eagles, Park Ji-sung, Danny Welbeck and others.

Antoine Griezmann says many players have been pardoned for their misdeeds before

So, there is no reason why Karim Benzema should not be pardoned and should not be allowed back into the national outfit.


As per Griezmann, an individual can be discarded for a period of time, but, after that, his mistake has got to be put aside and he must be allowed to show a rectified version of himself. A permanent cross can’t be put next to his name.

WHAT HELD LOUIS SAHA BACK AT UNITED?

Louis Saha would appear on the list of top strikers of the Premier League ever, but the English import would likely lag behind the likes of Ruud van Nistelrooy, Thierry Henry, Luis Suarez, Michael Owen and others.


The weak knees and constant injuries limited him from establishing a legendary status for the Red Devils. The former Frenchman joined Man United for £12 million in the January transfer window of 2004. The former Fulham player was added to the squad to support the efforts of United legend Van Nistelrooy.

POGBA SAYS HE WOULD GET BETTER AFTER DEBUT

Arguably, the most talked about man in football this summer, Paul Pogba finally got his debut for Manchester United since returning to Old Trafford.


United took on Southampton in the second round of games at home, winning 2-0 courtesy of Ibrahimovic’s double.

The Frenchman was on the spot as everyone wanted him to justify every penny of the £89 million spent on him. His fitness for the game was under scrutiny ahead of the Friday night game, but he started alongside Marouane Fellaini in the middle, leaving Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Wayne Rooney, and Anthomy Martial in the front attack line.

WHEN TRANSFERS DRAG ON

This summer Manchester United signed four new players as Jose Mourinho wanted to revamp the team and return them to winning ways being a top club. the Red Devils were involved in a long transfer deal for a former player of the club who eventually returned to Old Trafford.

Paul Pogba’s deal is Man United longest transfer saga of the summer, and one of the longest in the current season. Looking back there are other transfer that dragged on unending as well.

Rooney excited ahead of new season

Wayne Rooney has stated that he is excited ahead of the new season.


He believes that Manchester United has a great chance in the Premier League and that with the appointment of Jose Mourinho as manager, there is a new hope in the team.

Wayne Rooney was speaking to a local radio and said that Jose Mourinho had made a positive impact since his appointment as a manager. He stated that he has made changes to the way players trained and that the players are really putting in practice what they have been taught. He admitted that the training had been hard some time, but the players have adapted well.