Wednesday, 14 November, 2018

We Can Push Manchester City - Former Liverpool Striker Convinced

Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock Camera Icon Cardiff City manager Neil
Kristopher Love | 12 August, 2018, 08:28

Brought in from from Ukraine to bolster United's midfield ranks, Brazil worldwide Fred is the marquee signing in what has been a frustrating transfer window for Jose Mourinho.

Throughout Manchester United's 2-1 victory over Leicester City on the opening night of the Premier League, the club's academy graduates were pivotal in ensuring Jose Mourinho's side got off to a winning start.

Having turned down Pep Guardiola's champions at Manchester City, Italian worldwide Jorginho made a decision to follow former boss Maurizio Sarrin from Napoli to Stamford Bridge.

Despite no new arrivals for the first season at their brand new stadium, Pochettino feels they can still go on to do great things this term.

The 32-year-old played for his old club Everton last season and recently moved to the MLS where he joined D.C. United.

Tottenham Hotspurs was the only team in the league to not have signed any player in the current transfer window.

The Bluebirds don't appear to have the quality to stay up and while Warnock is something of a promotion specialist (steering Cardiff to the Premier League was his eighth promotion) his record in the top flight is not strong.

Can Socceroo Aaron Mooy help keep Huddersfield
Camera Icon Can Socceroo Aaron Mooy help keep Huddersfield

With transfer business now done and dusted, clubs are now well poised to settle down to the task of posting a good outing in the Premier League this season.

"The target is Leicester match and the tactics to be changed in Championship Manager you can just press a button", he said.

Manchester United's youth graduates helped out their side in the Premier League opener.

As for the rest, Brighton and Huddersfield Town may well find it a long, hard season and struggle to punch above their weight like they did last time.

Certainly, Spurs can not afford a repeat of the sluggish start that marred the opening weeks of last season if they are to challenge champions Manchester City and a Liverpool side that, by stark contrast, will feature £160 million of new signings this term.

Rooney left United last year after 13 stunning years with the Old Trafford club where he netted a total of 253 goals in 559 appearances and overcame Sir Bobby Charlton as the club's all-time top goalscorer. However, I believe he came because of a lack of a better option so I can see him viewing this move as a place where he can earn a move to a bigger club.