Angel Di Maria of Manchester United in action. Photograph:Alex Livesey/Getty Images Angel Di Maria, with all the abundant gifts that make him at nearly 60 million pounds the most expensive signing in English football, may have found a club where he could again become the king, not some undervalued courtier. According to his father, Angel di Maria does not ask for a lot. This Valentine’s Day baby is not after more money, nor more respect but simply a bit of love and affection from ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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It’s been a week since Louis van Gaal began as Manchester United’s new manager. Hopes of better results this season for the former English Premier League champions rest firmly on the shoulders of the Dutchman. And his assistant, Ryan Giggs, believes that it is possible for the Manchester club to taste renewed success under the experienced Van Gaal. According to the British media, Giggs is of the opinion that Van Gaal work ethic that Sir Alex Ferguson possessed. “They ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Van Gaal braced for balancing act Himalayan times, 2 months ago £750million kit deal makes Manchester United worlds most valuable club, replaces Real Madrid DNA, 2 months ago
DENVER: Wayne Rooney scored twice and Juan Mata added another goal to lift Manchester United to a 3-2 friendly win over AS Roma on Saturday. The triumph continued the winning start to new manager Louis van Gaal’s tenure, which opened with a 7-0 ...Himalayan times, 2 months ago
Rio Ferdinand greets supporters during a meet-the-fans session. Photograph: Nicky Loh/Getty Images Rio Ferdinand has come down heavily on heavily on former Manchester United manager David Moyes saying ‘his innovative training sessions led to negativity and confusions’. The veteran Manchester United defender, who now plays for Queens Park Rangers, also revealed that Moyes made the team train in public parks and banned eating chips. The Scotsman, who was relieved of his duties after ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
A wave of noise greeted Louis Van Gaal and his players last Saturday as they emerged from the tunnel to signal the start of a new chapter in Manchester United’s rich history. But their unbeaten pre-season campaign came to an end in Van Gaal’s ...Himalayan times, 1 month ago
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