No Jakimś sposobem w końcu udało mi się kolejny raz nakręcić coś do serii TOP. Tym razem Manchester Untied. Zachęcam do oglądania.
A jak kształtowałyby się Wasze odpowiedzi? Dla leniwców, którym nie chce się spisywać z filmu:
Najmniej lubiany piłkarz:
Najbardziej przeceniany piłkarz
Najbardziej niedoceniany piłkarz
Najlepszy transfer do klubu:
Najgorszy transfer do klubu:
Najlepszy transfer z klubu:
Najgorszy transfer z klubu:
Najmniej lubiany trener: Wenger
Najmniej lubiany mecz:
Najgorzej wspominany mecz:
Najbardziej szkoda mi...
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal will spend £47 million to bring his top defensive target to Old Trafford.
Manchester United will aim to move for Mats Hummels (Borussia Dortmund defender) next summer, after the club's executive vice chairman Ed Woodward indicated the transfer window at the end of the season will be the focus of their activity, and not this January. Woodward said the club was not looking for "short-term fixes", but Hummels is seen as a long-term investment. The Daily Star reports that Dortmund are likely to demand around £47m for him and United would face competition from Arsenal, who are also interested in theGermany international.
United may have announced their revenues are down following their failure to qualify for this season's Champions League, but if this report is to be believed, that hasn't affected their spending power too much.
Its about the time Louis!
Manchester United have made no official comment on the matter, but it is understood a fee has been agreed between United and Real Madrid. The 26-year old Argentina international would be set for a debut in Saturday's Premier League match at Burnley, but on my opinion Manchester need 3 more Angels in their team if they really thinking about Premier League title.
Credit to Manchester United, they sat deep and defended in a home game and did it well. On this night Guardiola seemed determined to provide a demonstration of everything's that wrong with this tactics to please his critics: the pointless possessions and short passes to a player who is 3 yards further; the players out of position and finally the sickening desire to pass the ball into the net. This may work against most teams but clearly fails against sides (Inter, Chelsea, Man Utd) that can defend deep and soak pressure.
Few MATCH FACTS:
Manchester United have taken more points against Aston Villa than any team versus any opponent in Barclays Premier League history (100).
The Villans have failed to score in four of the last five Barclays Premier League games against United.
Man Utd will be missing Robin van Persie, who has scored five goals and assisted two more in his last five Premier League games against Aston Villa.
There have been four braces and one hat-trick in the last four Premier League meetings between these two sides.
Man Utd have won 26 and lost just one of their last 36 Premier League matches against the West Midlanders.
Aston Villa have won just one of their last seven Premier League away matches (W1 D2 L4).
Villa have won just three of their last 60 league away trips against Man Utd, losing 42.
Some United fans wanted City to win in some kind of hope that it might stop Liverpool winning the title but talking about the game, on my opinion there was some good play from United when they went a goal down. They just didn't build on it and never looked like scoring. As soon as Man City scored their 2nd goal there was no way back and it was then a question of how many they would concede.
Stirring comeback with Van Persie, Wayne Rooney, Ryan Giggs and goalkeeper David de Gea returning to the levels of form that led United to the Premier League crown last season.
There is definitely some real quality in United team, but also some weak links. Last night the 'quality' played at something approaching their potential, most of the remainder also showed improved commitment. Trouble is that so far this season one good performance has been followed by 2 poor ones.
If you're the manager of Man United and you see things aren't working, or your players aren't performing, then change things up, stop trying to play wide and ignoring players in the hole, get Rooney on the ball, get Mata to come inside and get your midfield two to hover around the area where things are flat, atleast change things up. Moyes hasn't done that, he's persisted with the same old dross and has constantly blamed luck which will rub off on the players, who I think have lost what little faith they had left in him by the way.
This is a catastrophic loss for Man U and it will be interesting what happens to David Moyes now. I expected Man U to gain a draw but it appears they have been humiliated by a good Liverpool performance. Man U will be disturbed by the way they were beaten and their confidence will be badly diminished. Looks like David Moyes is a manager in an awful mess and seems unable to do much about the way the team are playing. The players appear to be totally demotivated and I believed that playing against Liverpool would have caused Rooney to be on fire.