You heard Manchester United Executive Vice Chairman Ed Woodward state his goal this morning: “a top three finish.” So “watch this space” to see if United are truly on this “great adventure” that Sir Bobby Charlton says they are. The question now is how does Louis van Gaal fit everyone in? Does he abandon his 3-5-2 formation?
Does he switch to a 4-3-1-2? Who’s left out...
Louis van Gaal has had as a miserable start as possible at Manchester United. The fanbase was extremley excited when The Iron Tulip was hired, and expectations were raised as LVG led the Netherlands to a third place finish at the World Cup. Then came United’s undefeated preseason.
However, reality has set in now. Van Gaal has picked up just two points from United opening three...
Bobby Charlton believes it is a matter of time before Manchester United reverse their fortunes and challenge for the Premier […]
Ever since Bobby Charlton and his men led England to victory in the 1966 World Cup, the English national team has never quite been able to return to successes achieved on that day. Year upon year and tournament upon tournament, the whole country is tormented by unrequited hope and overly ambitious expectation. But not since the days of Charlton has an England team made the final...
Sir Bobby Charlton is the Manchester United legend of Manchester United legends. He’s regarded as one of the greatest midfielders of all time, and an essential member of the England national team which won the 1966 World Cup and Ballon d’Or.
He played almost all of his club football at United, where he became renowned for his attacking instincts and passing abilities from midfield...
Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton is lukewarm on the idea of Jose Mourinho replacing Sir Alex Ferguson in the Old Trafford hotseat.
Ferguson himself said recently the former Chelsea boss "could manage anywhere", a statement taken by many as backing for Mourinho as a future United manager.
But the Portuguese is not so popular in all corners of the club.
Former England soccer star Bobby Charlton carried the Olympic flame as it passed Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium on Sunday.
The 74-year-old Charlton, who won the 1966 World Cup with England, was among 151 people to carry the torch from Manchester to Leeds in northern England.
Old Trafford is a football venue for the London Olympics and Charlton passed the statue at...
Former England soccer star Bobby Charlton carried the Olympic
flame as it passed Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium on
Manchester United and England great Bobby Charlton has been unable to personally receive a Laureus Sports Awards honor because he had to undergo minor surgery.
Charlton won the lifetime achievement award in London on Monday, 54 years to the day after surviving the Munich air disaster that killed eight members of his Man United team.
But Laureus says the 74-year-old Charlton felt...
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February 06, 2012
Manchester United great Bobby Charlton says he has been advising Wayne Rooney on how to curb his fiery temper on the pitch.
The burley striker will miss the entire group stage of the 2012 European Championship after receiving a three-game ban for kicking a player during England's last qualifier against Montenegro.
Charlton, now a Manchester United director, says: ''...
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October 31, 2011