Wes Brown believes Marcus Rashford can become a Manchester United

Submitted by content on Fri, 02/08/2019 - 08:03

Former Manchester United star Wes Brown believes Marcus Rashford could become a legend with the Old Trafford outfit, should he stay put for the next 10 years. The 21-year-old has already managed 150 appearances for the Red Devils across all competitions and he is currently the first-choice to lead the line under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

In a report covered by The Express, Brown said that Rashford has the attributes to become a great footballer in the long run and he would be termed a United legend, should he remain with the club for the next 10 years, he quipped: “If Rashford stays for the next ten years at Man United he will 100 per cent go down as a legend.”

Manchester United Should Replace Mourinho With Carrick To Be In Charge In The Match Against Liverpool

Submitted by content on Mon, 12/24/2018 - 06:59

The Red Devil has turned out to be a weak team with inept defense and without any flair of attack. The loss to Valencia in Champions League will be the final straw as Liverpool waits to hammer their rival on Saturday yet again. The own goal by Phil Jones and the glaring miss by Paul Pogba in Spain have revealed the problems that Mourinho is facing.

Manchester United has been lucky enough that they progressed on to the Champion’s League. This was a win away against Juventus against the odds that sent them through the game. However, in the last sixteen ties against the remaining teams would have filled the fans with fear.
Mourinho had his chance at Ed Woodward and Old Trafford will have to take an action now. The four places at the top are the realistic target for FA Cup and Premier League run to get a silverware. However, that is not going to happen under Special One.

Carrick Goes Easy On Taking The Managerial Role

Submitted by content on Sat, 11/24/2018 - 08:49

Becoming a manager is an amazing feeling is what Michael Carrick believes. However, he is not rushing to take up the permanent role in haste. The former England midfielder is one of the assistants of Jose Mourinho at Manchester United after his retirement from the football game at the end of last season. The best part is that the 37-year-old is thoroughly enjoying his current role. He strongly believes that it is the ideal grounding in the field of management and coaching. He doesn’t want to say it loud that he wants to be the manager of Manchester United. As per Carrick, it is not the right time to take up the position. He is happier to be playing his current role as he is not there as an intern but making great attempts to learn everything that he should. Carrick wants to do the job mainly to see a better and an improved version of him.

It is a learning which clearly works for specific lads. The required skills for managing the team and giving them right coaching are what he wishes to learn completely. Carrick is not someone who would take things for granted but also knows at the same time the chances to become a successful coach is not much. He does not know if he would be a manager as the truth is that everyone cannot become a manager. Carrick will give his best shot to see where life takes him.

Michael Carrick Said 'For Two Years I Was Depressed After The Defeat In Champions League Final'

Submitted by content on Thu, 10/25/2018 - 06:59

Former Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick says he suffers from depression two years after the red devils lost to Barcelona in the final table in the 2009 Champions League. Carrick says the 2-0 defeat triggered the "biggest low" of his career. It culminated, the 37-year-old says, at the World Cup in South Africa in the year 2010.

"It was my dream to be in a World Cup, but the truth is that I would not be there. I would be home," said the English international. Carrick alleges himself for the defeat in the Champions League in Rome and after he gave away the ball in the build-up to Barca's opening goal. In an interview, he said, "I beat myself over that goal,"

MOURINHO’S TIME AT UNITED UP?

Submitted by content on Fri, 08/31/2018 - 12:10

Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho surely has limited time to spend at Old Trafford. This is his third year at the helm, and there are clouds gathering over his long term future. Unlike Pep Guardiola, who has used the investments available to him to cement City as European contenders, Mourinho is still sorting out even the smallest of issues.

True, the club has sort of stabilized since he took over. Heck, they finished in second place last season. However the style of play has been continually despised by the fans. With United failing to lift any trophy last season, there were murmurs. This time the Portuguese tactician has to get it right, else his time could really be up.

Michael Carrick As Coach Of First Team Of Man United

Submitted by content on Sat, 07/28/2018 - 12:44

Andreas Pereira of Manchester United stated that learning from Coach Michael Carrick is easy and effective. Andreas revealed that Carrick has been helping him in training so that his future in Manchester United would be secure. He stated that the new club assistant makes it easy for new players to follow his lead.

Andreas is a 22-year-old player who is playing at Old Trafford after he was given on loan for a season at Valencia. He hopes to impress Jose Mourinho and hopefully the tour of the team in the US would reveal his abilities and how well the Carrick, the first team coach, has been carrying out his duties. Pereira stated that the manager had asked him which position he will play in and he has chosen to be at No 6. He will do his best and everyone is helping out as well, including Carrick. Every training session is with him and that is important, along with advice and guidance from other coaches.

Jose Mourinho Confirms Midfield Plans Amid Michael Carrick Retirement

Submitted by content on Sat, 06/09/2018 - 16:04

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has confirmed that the club have plans in place to bolster the midfield with both Michael Carrick and Marouane Fellaini due to leave Old Trafford. Carrick has already announced his decision to end his playing career in the summer and shortly after, he is expected to take up a coaching role under Mourinho.

Abdoulaye Doucoure Eyed By Manchester United As Potential Michael Carrick Replacement

Submitted by content on Thu, 04/19/2018 - 11:18

Manchester United had reportedly sent scouts to keep a close watch on Abdoulaye Doucoure during Watford’s Premier League win over West Bromwich Albion last weekend. The Frenchman has emerged as the Hornet’s leading scorer this term with seven goals, and his progress has caught the eye of the Premier League’s elite.

Jose Mourinho plans to make Michael Carrick a better coach

Submitted by content on Fri, 03/23/2018 - 12:51

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho expressed his pleasure of having Michael Carrick back in the starting line-up. The 36-year-old made his first appearance since September as he captained the Red Devils during the fourth-round FA Cup win over Yeovil Town.

Following the 4-0 triumph, Mourinho was pleased to have Carrick back in the first-team mix, though he admits that the club will miss him at the end of the season, when he is set to call time on his playing career. Despite this, Mourinho is delighted to have the midfielder in a coaching capacity from the next campaign, and he want to help in the progress of becoming a better coach.

Rio Ferdinand: Manchester United striker is 'an animal' in the box

Submitted by content on Fri, 01/26/2018 - 09:45

Manchester United legend-turned-pundit Rio Ferdinand has heaped praise of summer signing Romelu Lukaku despite his poor form with the Red Devils of late. The Belgium international notched 11 goals in his first 10 appearances for the Mancunian giants, and he had to wait for another eight games before finding the scoresheet against Newcastle United last weekend.

In the lead up to the Brighton game, the United great spoke fondly about Lukaku, who he has labelled as an animal in the box, he told BT Sport: "Lukaku, when he’s on form, is an animal. He’s difficult to play against. If you get the right ball into him, he’s going to score goals. His record up until now, as a young player in the Premier League, has been nothing short of great."

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