With just a few weeks remaining in the Premier League season, things are really heating up at both ends of the table.
The battle for the top four is just as tense as ever and the dogfight to avoid the dreaded drop to the Championship is resulting in the usual managerial casualties.
Ander Herrera, MarouaneFellaini and Wayne Rooney all managed to find the back of the net as they scored goals against Preston North End in their FA Cup match which concluded with a final scoreboard of 3-1.
This victory has allowed Manchester United to advance into the next stages of the FA Cup where they will be facing off with Arsenal in the quarter-finals.
This season the Premier League has been lit up by two former Barcelona players. These two players have been Cesc Fabregas and Alexis Sanchez.
Former Arsenal captain Fabregas returned to the league after a three-year stint with his boyhood club, while Luis Suarez’s arrival at the Nou Camp meant that Sanchez was surplus to requirements.
Sir Alex Ferguson might not have enjoyed a great relationship with Wayne Rooney in the last couple of years of his stint at Manchester United, but, the Scot still rates the striker very highly.
According to Ferguson, Rooney is one of those players who can shake the back of the net from nowhere.
Rooney was believed to have got so fed up of Ferguson in 2013 that he had asked the Manchester United top brass to let him go to some other club.
West Bromwich Albion's biggest local rivals might be Wolverhampton Wanderers but few Baggies fans would claim to have a soft spot for Aston Villa either.
With the Hawthorns and Villa Park less than four miles apart, West Brom's fans have long looked to get one over on their big city neighbours but they have to go back to October 2011 to find their last win over the Villains (2-1 with goals scored by Jonas Olsson and Paul Scharner).
Irvine Under Pressure
In these last few seasons Wayne Rooney has been a topic of discussion due to all of the changes and things that has been happening not only in Manchester United but also in England.
Wayne Rooney was elected as the new captain for Manchester United and of his nation as well, this was a decision that has not exactly arrived as good news for fans of the English club and the country as Rooney is characterized for being a hot temper player with little to no patience concerning certain things.
Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon has swapped the predictability of the Scottish Premier League for the cut and thrust of the Championship and he could be just the man to save Bolton Wanderers.
Championship Offers Same Excitement as Gambling
Having left Celtic at the end of last season, former manager Neil Lennon must have been confident that he could secure a job in the English Premier League.
With no top level work forthcoming for the 43 year old, however, he has instead opted for the manager’s job at Bolton Wanderers.
The speculation surrounding Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Real Marid shows no signs of abating anytime soon after it was claimed he is dissatisfied with life at the Bernabeu.
Former Real president Ramon Calderon, who signed Ronaldo for £80million from Manchester United in 2009, says the Ballon d’Or winner is considering his options after a frustrating couple of transfer windows and a poor start to the season that has left Real Madrid 17/10 in the Paddy Power football betting odds to win La Liga.
It’s been over 1 month since Steven Gerrard announced his retirement from playing international football and representing his country England, ever since then a series of rumors started being triggered around concerning who would be the player to take up the captain armband of the England national football team with Wayne Rooney turning into a favorite for many people.
The iconic player of Liverpool, Steven Gerrard has voiced his opinion about which player he thinks should be the next captain for England as he went on saying that Rooney would be an ideal choice.
Compared to other clubs in the Premier League, Manchester United has not experienced a very busy transfer window but they have however added 1 new player to the squad as Vanja Milinkovic will be making his way to Old Trafford from FK Vojvodina. Milinkovic is a young and promising shot-stopper hailing from Serbia.
Milinkovic is going to remain performing at his current club FK Vojvodina on loan until the end of the season before making his official move to the Premier League club.