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Southampton have announced a three-year partnership with Virgin Media that will see the TV and broadband provider become the club's official shirt sponsor. Virgin Media's branding is set to be emblazoned on the front of the Saints' kit and around their St Mary's home from the start of the 2016-17 season. Hector Bellerin is reportedly set for a bumper new deal to ward off interest from Barcelona.
Well the 16-year-old certainly thinks so, posting a picture of himself in a Manchester United shirt on what is believed to be his Twitter account. It's a mocked up picture (the original being a Feyenoord jersey) but he's been a transfer target for the Red Devils for the last couple of years now (as Simon Jones reported here and here). Jamie Vardy would struggle to adapt to Arsenal's style of play if he were to leave Premier League champions Leicester, according to former Gunners forward Paul Merson.
The Foxes striker has joined up with the England squad for Euro 2016 as his club future continues to be subject of speculation.
Liverpool striker Christian Benteke admits he may have to consider his future if it becomes apparent he does not feature in Jurgen Klopp's plans.
From mid-October, when Klopp took over, Benteke started just 13 of 52 matches and was used sparingly as a substitute having fallen behind compatriot Divock Origi.
The former Fulham manager who was sacked by the west London outfit two years ago has been given the reins at Chinese Super League side Shandong Luneng. The keeper has signed a two-year deal at Molineux with the club having an option for an additional two. Manchester United have completed the £30million signing of Eric Bailly from Villarreal, and rarely will so much money have been paid for someone who has played so few games. Sportsmail looks at the incredible rise of the 22-year-old set to become Jose Mourinho's first signing at Old Trafford. SIMON JONES: Celtic are to hand Anthony Stokes a free transfer after deciding not to take up an option on the final year of his contract.
The Republic of Ireland international starred for Hibernian on loan last season and scored in their historic Scottish FA Cup final victory over Rangers. The 27-year-old Stokes, formerly of Arsenal and Sunderland, will now pursue other options with EIGHT English Championship clubs showing interest in the striker including Rotherham United. ADAM CRAFTON: Athletic Bilbao intend to hold talks with central defender Aymeric Laporte this week as they make one last attempt to persuade him to remain in the Basque Country and spurn Manchester City's advances. French defender Laporte, 22, is one of manager Pep Guardiola's key targets as he seeks to bolster his new side ahead of his first season in English football. Laporte has a £39m buyout clause in his contract and City will have to meet this asking price if they are to secure the defender. Antoine Griezmann is one of the world's most in-demand players right now, but Atletico Madrid look set to keep hold of their star man for a while yet as the France forward has signed a new deal with the Spanish club until 2012 according to French daily L'Equipe. According to Italian daily Gazzetta, Udinese are ready to offer a two-year contract to Marco Borriello, who is out of contract at Atalanta. The 33-year-old former Italy international had previously spent the second half of the 2013-14 campaign on loan at Upton Park.
Manchester United expect to confirm the signing of Eric Bailly from Villarreal for £30million after he had the first stage of his medical on Tuesday.
The young Ivory Coast international has been watched by Manchester City, Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund over the past two seasons. After fifteen minutes of Manchester United’s first home game of the new season, against Southampton on Friday night, a rainbow appeared over the South Stand. United have been heavily criticised in some quarters for spending such a huge pot of gold over the summer but, as we watched the likes of Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the pitch below, and with the memory of the mundane Louis van Gaal era still fresh in our minds, it was impossible not to feel like this was some kind of fairytale. These are extremely early days but this team has had a sudden sprinkling of stardust and the atmosphere before kick-off, both inside Old Trafford and on the surrounding streets as fans approached the stadium, reflected this.
The last time the club brought recognised global superstars to the Theatre of Dreams things quickly unraveled into a living nightmare for Angel Di Maria and Radamel Falcao, so it was with a mixture of relief and great pleasure that we watched Pogba and Ibrahimovic perform with such self-assured aplomb on this occasion. At one point in the second half, Pogba committed an act of expertly audacious daylight robbery, dispossessing a befuddled opponent with a kind of dance-tackle, sweeping the ball away from two disbelieving Southampton players, who were left looking aghast and confused as the Frenchman pirouetted serenely on his way to launch a United attack. They must have felt as if they’d had their shorts pulled down and that is the effect great players can have. Likewise, such players instil confidence in their own, inspiring teammates to try daring new things and take greater risks, and seeing players like Pogba and Ibrahimovic in the red of United meant that that old, familiar buzz of excitement and expectation returned to rarify the air. It was a far cry from last season, when we relied on youngsters like Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford to provide the thrills we became so used to under Sir Alex Ferguson, and Van Gaal would sit passively on his padded seat scribbling notes in his binder. During breaks in play, Pogba could be seen strutting across the turf, his head held high, shoulders back, chest out, performing a kind of cockerel-like movement of the head as he walked, thrusting it back and forth with each confident step. On the ball he is bafflingly graceful for such a gangly figure, moving swiftly and effortlessly across the pitch in great strides that eat up the turf. If we win the league league Valencia could end up being one of the best fullbacks we've seen. Oh the irony, arsenal gonna be begging for johnny Evans if their deal for mustafi falls through.
Should have just told him to piss off, I do not speak to anyone who comes from that Godforsaken hole. Sir Alex Ferguson was among the many Manchester United stars who attended the private funeral of Rio Ferdinand's wife, Rebecca Ellison, on Wednesday in Kent.
Rio made the announcement that his wife had tragically passed away last weekend via his club's official website.
Borthwick-Jackson made his debut for United last season, having joined the club when he was just six-years-old. Now, just 19, he has plenty of time to establish himself, although may feel slightly frustrated not to be used as Luke Shaw’s understudy at left-back. As it stands, Marcos Rojo and Matteo Darmian can play at left-back in Shaw’s absence, but Borthwick-Jackson looked better than both last season. However, he should get more playing time at Wolves than he would United, and will hopefully return ready to challenge Shaw.
Two Years from now the natural progression Rashford in mid season earns the #9 mantle at 20.


How baffling would sending these young players to a different country to sit on the bench of a club with a better team than United be ? Now we need to find a suitable destination for Pereira get him a season of regular first team football. Speaking about his move, the 19-year-old hopes to pick up plenty of experience before he returns to Mourinho’s side. Bottom line is, most, if not all of those players that came through under LVG, was due to necessity, not ability. For me januzaj cbj and wilson have an opportunity to develope and become what we expect from them, the most pressure has januzaj and then wilson , cbj is with less pressure. And yeah the only youth lvg gabe a chance was Martial as 19 old dont forget and shaw as 19 old, januzaj only for 8-10games or so. Of course the matter of fact that he necessity or not tried is a plus but look at varela another example, the poor lad had 1bad game and he was dropped off, he did not deserve to get dropped, skinned or not! Now its like in the old days, we habe world class players so if we can get 2-3 academy lads in some years, its not bad! Quite right, Rashford will be banging in goals for club and country long after Allardyce has joined that lengthy list of failed ex England managers. He should have been pitched in right from the very start in the Euros, he was about the only England player that looked like he could do something . Big Sam won't do anything for England, we just don't have the players, so I hope he doesn't pick Rashford .
I think the only reason there is talk about Fonte coming in, is for cover when Eric "the Beast" Bailly goes on African nations cup duty in January .
Looks like Jones is on his way to Stoke if the papers have it right hope we get enough to cover Fonte price I wonder how much Jones would go for. I think the lads talented always seemed a bit off to me though,injuries aside can't put my finger on it. De Gea, Valencia, Bailly, Blind, Shaw, Pogba, Fellaini, Mata, Rooney, Martial, Ibrahimovic. Rooney dropped deep so Pogs could go forward, he covered right for Matta left for Anthony assisted the header. Paul Pogba made his second United debut after completing a world-record move from Juventus and the France international impressed Mourinho. Mikhytariyan, rejuvenated Rooney and still hoping something very tangible comes from Fellaini. The alternatives to Rooney, be it Mata or Mkhitaryan, both in some way loses out to Rooney in terms of tracking back.
And you can actually see Rooney is trying harder here, now that he knows he is surrounded by quality that is above his current performance, so much so that he was knackered by the 70th minute mark. It's great to have the optimistic back around the place again and the players look so happy. I've always seen zlatan as a poser, nothings going to change that simply because that's how he is, but poser aside his football over the years has been impressive.
We'd also have to wait and watch how we line-up when we are chasing the big games or the 2nd half of games when we are defending a 1-0. This is the freaking premier league and we played a team that causes upset to any top team. There is no need to worry about the speed of our transition from defence to attack, if the boss wants that rectified all he needs to do is change the line-up. Wazza ultimate team player, he's fine with 15 goals 15 assists ran his ass smaller ?? Has a football IQ high enough to cover back for Pogba , cover for the wings when they come inside and push up also go up front when Zlatan drops deep! 12 years ago Jose had a very specific task for each position, contrary to so called total football. Wazzas football IQ is so high he can rotate the 18 and 8 with Pogba as well as rotate with the four attaching possisons. Pogba a true complete midfielder so he can be more defensive in big games partnership of Fellaini for big games. Jose said I pick the side by, 1) Form of player first then his skill set as they fit the tactics vs the opponent.
It had been a stereotypically wet, grey day in the city but, a few hours before kick-off, the sun had begun to shine and the evening had become unexpectedly balmy.
The green turf of their new stage was that bit more vibrant, as it always is when illuminated by the Old Trafford floodlights. Such rare ability and arrogant flare spreads fear through opposition ranks, causing them to play it safe and retreat.
Here were players who can make things happen and unlock doors, while a manager of undisputed repute prowled menacingly on the touchline, unafraid to shuffle his pack should the need arise. United suddenly look vibrant again and, though it will take time for players to shake off completely the torpor of last term, they are already playing with greater freedom, their movement already more fluid.
He looked like a man perfectly at ease in his new, old surroundings and, if he is indeed feeling the weight of his hefty price-tag, you wouldn’t know. Though a very different type of player, there are some striking similarities with a great United midfielder of the past – less snarly than Roy Keane, Pogba plays with a similar intensity and passes with the same crispness of his Irish predecessor, bending games to his will like a great conductor orchestrating a soaring symphony.
Still, after many of us had our love of the game tested to near breaking point at times last season, there are plenty of reasons to be falling back in love with it already.
It includes an EXCLUSIVE interview with Mikael Silvestre, a Q&A with the country's top journalists about our transfer targets, articles by brilliant United writers, and so much more. Woody blew his first market with David then took a gamble on the Columbian also Angles style doesn't fit with LVG. The media bitch a lot about how big clubs poach good young players, but those that really have potential up their game to go along with it.
If he has any chance of improving, he needs to go to a bigger club that has a manager that will put the fire back into his belly. But he is now having problems scoring in the french league and was booed off the pitch by his own supporters even though they won.
I wil lsay this again, just when we got a hang of the 3 midfield formation and tactics anddominated and scored goals, the man next season goes backwards.


The couple refused a number of lucrative deals from magazines for the exclusive rights to their photos. People can argue all they want, but the fact that the likes of Blackett, McNair, Love, etc disappeared into thin air after the few games they were needed, tells the whole story.
Valencia has frustrating the past few years as he has the pace to beat men but never used it. They ask if he will succeed in PL and guy is tall like devil, and have technic like Maradona.
Needs working on and most will say, drop Rooney, I'm all for that but you suspect Jose likes the effort he's putting in and to be fair it does give some kind stability.
When he moved to PSG I thought last swan song but when Jose signed him I wasn't too sure his body was up for it.
They definitely will create chances just that I was pleading for degea to make atleast a save but their was nothing to save and because our defenders were busy blocking, clearing or intercepting every ball and you call that average, compare that to when degea had always been man of the match after we loose 2:1 and degea makes ten world class saves. In the last 5 years he still has specific tasks for each position, he lets them interchange now way more often.
Zlatan loves to drop deep as well leaving space for Martial to be the 9 or Wayne or any other front 4 player's. Though the majority of us learned long ago not to believe in fairytales, or that pots of gold exist at the end of rainbows, the early signs here gave us reason to believe that silverware could await at the end of this season. The former England captain laid his wife and mother-of-his three children to rest in an intimate ceremony in Bromley.
Rebecca, my wonderful wife, passed away peacefully after a short battle with cancer at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London. Unfortunately, as shaw is so young as well, I don't think CBJ will be able to displace him. They always talk about clubs not helping country, how about the country helping the club and players? Sad cause he is 24 and still young, glad cause he had his chances, rememebr anderson, the talent was there but the injuries took him off. However, the philosophy of LVG looked to discourage any dribbling, so maybe Valencia can't be judged too harshly. Should have replaced Fergie but like Pogba, he's experiences since Fergie have made him better.
His saving grace is that whoever replaces him will have to contribute more like a no.8, because Pogba is going to get forward and leave gaps.
Looking at it, Herrera is the closest thing to replacing Rooney, because he does track back, hence his involvement in games, possibly to keep him sharp. Get his game sharpness back , not just tracking back for Pogba cover for the wings when they come to the middle. The problem comes when he needs to do something with the ball to release those ahead of him or drive forward. He was everything to PSG, a PSG team that relied heavily on him for years but it looks he's taken care of himself. He's a bit suspect defensively but fullbacks are not necessarily meant to be fantastic defenders. According to the Sun, Sir Alex - Rio's former United boss - attended the wake with some of the team's current players, including Robin van Persie. He is always good for gifting the opposition at least one clear chance per match, either by playing them onside, giving the ball away or doing some non existent defending. I guess United providing the most PL and championship players helps to loan them to stay in england. Maybe by picking Rashford and giving him some minutes to shine, he can help Rashford get better and in turn, play more? Our swagger is back and Mourinho deserves all the credit, offensively, its like night and day compared to Moyes and LVG. His fans will highlight his 1 goal and his 1 assist in two games as evidence of his contribution .
As you say he has to cover for Pogba at certain times, while also having to offer support for Zlatan. Pogba looked boss but that's not surprising ,I've watched him for years, from reserves to first team to Juventus but I was still a little worried how he'd take to OT and new teammates after 4 years. I agree that we did well keeping them out but there were a couple of moments where they ran into unmarked channels. Thinking back to the way we got bullied by west ham in that deciding match I'm happy we have addressed that issue.
His positionin too has improved as he comes forward at the right time and bails out his defensive partners when necessary. The first touch, the strength, the dribbling ability, the eye for the pass, the pass( short and long), the pace. I could only imagine how better our attacks would be with Herrera, Mikitaryan or Mata as our number 10. These days when the attack gets switched to the right flank I genuinely expect Valencia to create a chance.
The Europa league would have been great to give CBJ game time, and if anything happens shaw, it will be back to Rojo giving me nightmares, or darmian being a square peg. The couple, who lived in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, did their best to keep their relationship out of the limelight. Rebecca was treated at specialist cancer treatment hospital the Royal Marsden in the weeks before her death.



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