Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Impressive Devils

This Man Utd team is good. Actually it is very good. That second half from the Red Devils was impressive in many ways. Tottenham were simply overwhelmed when they tried to keep up the pace with the young hosts.

This reminds me of the famous Fergie babes when the likes of Beckham, Giggs, Scholes, Nevilles stormed European football with their skills and youthful drive. If it can have stability of the back, this team will be up to great things. The speed of its play is just phenomenal. Ashley Young adds the trickery to the left just like Nani does on the right. Danny Wellbeck looks to be developing as a first-rate striker and his physicality holds no fears for the demands of the Premiership. If Anderson stays healthy and continues to score, he will be a major force in midfield.

Carrick, Berbatov, Ferdinand, Gibson all look to be playing only a bit part, unless injuries start hampering this very impressive Utd team.Without getting too carried away by one match, it seems Fergie has just revealed another great team. No doubt he couldn't care less about Sneijder. On last night's display, on the basis of his wage demands alone, he would be surplus to requirements.

This is a long season indeed but the 2 Manchester teams have already shown that they will be major players for the Premiership title and in Europe.


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