Thursday, August 16, 2007

No need to panic, United will come good...

After reading some of the headlines and match reports about United's season so far anyone would think that the Reds are relegation fodder. They are not and what's more, there's cause for optimism despite Ronaldo's red card and Rooney's foot injury as both Nani and Tevez look perfectly at home already after only a couple of games for the club.

United will certainly have more setbacks in the league, but we've already seen signs that we the fans can expect to see some really exciting and attacking / free-flowing football once the season gets under way proper.

As someone once famously said, the battle for the title is a marathon and not a sprint. How true.

5 comments:

  1. I think I agree with you. The team hasn't lost and its only a draw and other teams are also going to draw in the next 36 matches. So lets see what happens in the first five games or so.

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  2. hey!!!!!!!! really gud observations i thought nani and tevez were awesome. tevez looked rite at home while nani showed glimpses of his skills but looked a little uncertain and down on confidence . hope both of them come gud in the derby.
    ---manu forever

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  3. i do agree.i think that Tevez will surely make an impact but has to adapt to the team first as he's palyed only one game and needs some more to feel comfortable.
    And not to forget that SAF is one of the best managers right now and he knows best how to win games despite Roo & Ron missing for the next games.

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  4. Very true, don't fret lads. It's better than 2 losses. We need 3 points on Sunday though. City will know that and Fergie certainly will. For more United banter, debate and gossip, head to www.manunitedpies.tv

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  5. This is smart & encouraging, I'm totally agree with you!

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