SHINJI BACKED


Danny Welbeck has said that Shinji Kagawa was the main reason why Manchester United managed to end their losing streak last weekend.

The Red Devils got better of Swansea City on Saturday to secure their 11th league win of the season. They had lost 3 matches on the trot before that game and had been receiving a lot of criticism, but, they came up with an inspired performance and won by a profound margin to stay in the hunt for the league title.


MAKING AN IMPACT


Since the arrival of David Moyes to Manchester United, complaints were made mostly by the players themselves as they insist on saying that the Scottish coach has implemented a tough training regime.

With the injury that that Dutchman Robin van Persie picked up some weeks ago, this has given the chance for Welbeck to step it up and claim a spot into the starting lineup of David Moyes. The English striker managed to score twice during Manchester United’s 3-0 victory against Aston Villa.


WELBECK HAPPY


Danny Welbeck has said that he is very happy with the way things went for England in their penultimate World Cup qualifying game against Montenegro which was played at the Wembley Stadium yesterday.

England won that game by a big margin of 4-1 and maintained its first position in the Group H points table. Now, the Three Lions are just one victory away from securing their place in the finals. They will take on Poland at the same venue on Tuesday.


Moyes outlines confidence in Danny Welbeck


New Manchester United manager David Moyes has revealed he has had a heart to heart talk with striker Danny Welbeck as he looks to build up the England international’s confidence in front of goal once again.

Welbeck scored just two goals for Sir Alex Ferguson’s side last season and he hasn’t looked completely sharp during the club’s pre-season tour of Asia and Australia as well. And Moyes had outlined this week that he had a chat with the player and assured him that he has confidence in him and will be backing him to get his goal scoring touch back.


MOYES STARTS


David Moyes will officially start working as Manchester United boss from tomorrow and the first thing which he will have to deal with is Wayne Rooney Saga.

Rooney’s relationship with the former United manager Sir Alex Ferguson had soured in the second half of the last season and at the end of the season, Rooney had handed a transfer request to the club officials.

However, there have been reports that the 27 years old striker is looking to make a fresh start under the new manager Moyes who had managed him at Everton too.


SACK SURPRISES FERGIE


Reading recently sacked their manager Brian McDermott in the hope of achieving Premier league safety in the remaining nine league games of the season, but the Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson does not understand the timing of this sacking.

It has been proven on several occasions that sacking of manager with such few games remaining in the season has not had the desired effect in the past. However, the Premier league strugglers have decided to go ahead with the change despite the fact that McDermott received the manager of the month award only a few weeks ago.


Manchester United vs. West Bromwich Albion Preview


Saturday’s game at Old Trafford sees table toppers Manchester United host West Bromwich Albion.

Sir Alex Ferguson’s men have opened up a seven point lead at the top of the Premier League after Javier Hernandez’s late winner clinched all three points in Boxing Day’s seven goal thriller against Newcastle United.

The Red Devils could welcome back Danny Welbeck, Ashley Young and Phil Jones whilst Shinji Kagawa may be amongst the substitutes after missing the last two months. Wayne Rooney is expected to miss at least two weeks with a knee injury.


WELBECK WILL GET CHANCE


The Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that the striker Danny Welbeck will be getting opportunities to play this season after the striker has found himself increasingly on the bench since the arrival of Robin van Persie.


WELBECK GETTING EXCITED


The Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck has said that he is extremely excited about the number of attacking options within the current Manchester United first-team. The England international is one among the numerous strikers the manager Sir Alex Ferguson has at its disposal.


COLE KEEN ON WELBECK


Former Manchester United striker Andy Cole has said that he expects striker Danny Welbeck to be a major success for Manchester United this season. The 21-year-old star has become a real striker for Manchester United ever since the one season loan deal with Sunderland under manager Steve Bruce.

Since then, he has been able to keep out the likes of Hernandez and Dimitar Berbatov out of the first team action. Even though it remains to be seen if he considers his future at Manchester United for the foreseeable future, Andy Cole reckons that he can be a great player in the future.


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