Fergie keen on Real Betis ace & United warned off transfer – Best of MUFC

When a manager goes about instigating an overhaul in the tactical strategy of his side the results aren’t always instantly positive. It not uncommon for players struggle in finding their feet in a new formation but the speed in which the Red Devils have taken to their new 4-2-3-1 layout is rather astonishing. Barring the defeat in their opening game United’s adjustment has been rapid as Sir Alex Ferguson hauls his team into the 21st century after abandoning his tried and tested 4-4-2. With rivals both close to home and abroad adopting this fashionably flexible system Ferguson has sought to match and beat them at their own game after coming away from the previous campaign empty handed in the silverware stakes. Shinji Kagawa’s arrival at Old Trafford appears to have been the catalyst for this change and has taken to life in England like a duck to water given his sparkling performances in the early weeks of the campaign. And as United continue to perfect their style and play in the new layout there is no reason why they can’t achieve their objectives and knock rivals City off their Premier League perch.

This week on FFC debate has raged over Wayne Rooney’s credentials as a world class player whilst United are reportedly watching the new Cristiano Ronaldo.


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Quote of the Week


“There’s nothing worse than getting the ‘hairdryer’ from Sir Alex. When it happens, the manager stands in the middle of the room and loses it at me. He gets right up in my face and shouts. It feels like I’ve put my head in front of a Babyliss Turbo Power 2200. It’s horrible. I don’t like getting shouted at by anyone. It’s hard for me to take, so sometimes I shout back. I tell him he’s wrong and I’m right.” Wayne Rooney reveals what it’s like to be on the end of Sir Alex Ferguson’s legendary ‘hairdryer’.


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