After Cristiano Ronaldo left the door open to a Manchester United return, after confessing he missed us after signing for “dream club” Real Madrid, Sir Alex Ferguson has named him as the best player in the world.
Oliver Kay writes for The Times about Ferguson’s correct decision to sell Beckham. The Guardian has an interesting article on Eric Harrison. The Daily Mail doesn’t think AC Milan will pose much of a problem. Red Rants previews tomorrow’s game against Milan. The Chelsea Blog looks at the impact of the media on England’s World [...]
After a frustrating final few months with United, Cristiano Ronaldo finally left for Real Madrid. RoM had become weary with the Ronnie’s antics, with it becoming blatantly obvious that our star man was ready for a move to Spain. We made our peace when a fee had been agreed and to his credit, he has [...]
Louis Saha had to leave Manchester United because we couldn’t afford to compete in four competitions with a striker who was so unreliable thanks to his injuries. When fit and ready to play, Saha really was a good striker for us and scored some important goals. It was his performances in the League Cup 2006 [...]
With Nani hitting great form, Antonio Valencia, who had been voted by the fans as our best player in November and December, was pretty much forced out of the starting team. It was apparent Nani played better on the right wing, which understandably better suited his right-footed ability. Valencia, who was last seen touching the [...]
Nani suffered from poor form at the start of the season, rarely started in the team and then disappeared for a couple of months. The reason given later was injury, although there had been plenty of talk of a falling our with the manager. Since then, Nani has hit some brilliant form, putting in good [...]