When the dust settles, De Gea will be remembered as a United Legend

Regardless of what happens at Manchester United, David De Gea will surely be remembered as one of the club’s legends. By signing a new contract until 2023 and potentially 2024, if De Gea sees out his contract, the Spanish goalkeeper will have been at the club for a whopping 13 years. He will no doubt enter United folklore. There’s no place like home ❤ pic.twitter.com/OBPoYW7uRq … Continue reading When the dust settles, De Gea will be remembered as a United Legend

United 1-2 Palace: Key Talking Points

Crystal Palace caused quite the surprise today, defeating United for the first time in the Premier League. The limitations of Solskjaer’s team were obvious as United toiled to create opportunities against a compact, defensive unit. While the game was entertaining, the main talking point was the refereeing. The VAR missed a blatant red card on one occasion and a penalty on another, both at the … Continue reading United 1-2 Palace: Key Talking Points

Impressive Debuts for Maguire, Bissaka, James

While many flaky United fans have criticized United’s transfer, it’s clear that all three signings Woodward delivered are top notch and Solskjaer is right in relying on Martial and Rashford who are so much better technically and faster than Lukaku. United should also be commended for keeping hold of Pogba (2 assists) and De Gea (multiple saves). Continue reading Impressive Debuts for Maguire, Bissaka, James

Brighton’s Hughton sack nonsensical

On Monday, Brighton Hove & Albion Football Club announced they had sacked Chris Hughton, after five years of collaboration. Hughton, the only British black manager in the EPL, brought Brighton to the EPL from the lower leagues and kept them at the top for two consecutive seasons, adding an impressive run in the FA Cup where they lost 1-0 to English champions Manchester City. See … Continue reading Brighton’s Hughton sack nonsensical

Manchester City are Champions!

Manchester City are setting new standards in terms of the number of points required to win the Premier League. They did it with 100 points last season and now they have won a second consecutive title under Pep Guardiola with a whopping 98 points. Kudos to Liverpool FC, who took the title challenge right to the last game week and who were unfortunate to end … Continue reading Manchester City are Champions!