Friday, November 24, 2017

Hernandez must be the buy of the season

Season's best buy

After eighty-two minutes of the Manchester United against Everton game yesterday it looked as though United would be going three games without a goal and the title race was going to be absolutely wide open again. United had enjoyed over 60% of the possession and had managed four times as many attempts as Everton, but it looked as though they would have to settle for a 0-0 draw.

Huffed

When it looked as though United had huffed and puffed all they could, up popped Javier Hernandez to bag the nineteenth goal of his quite exceptional first season in English football. There have been some good signings this season, like Rafael van der Vaart, and some less good ones, like Marouane Chamakh, but Hernandez may just be the best of the lot.

Even Sir Alex Ferguson has been surprised by the impact Hernandez has had,

“Javier has done better than everyone expected. We thought that because it was his first year, he would just get used to the English game and get strengthened up. He has passed all those tests. He is first in at nine o’clock every morning and he is the last to leave. He is a truly dedicated boy.”

Enjoying

The £6 million signing is enjoying his football and enjoying scoring goals, but it is winning the Premier League title that the Mexican says is the most important thing.

“Of course it’s a dream come true, this season. If we win the Premier League, that’s an unbelievable thing. If I could swap all the goals for us to win the league then I would do it. We know we are almost there, but we can’t afford to think like we’ve already won it. We go day by day, week by week. I’m very happy, but I’m happier because we got the three points. Here at Manchester United we need to win every game and it doesn’t matter who scores.”

Confident

After the three points yesterday, Sir Alex Ferguson was feeling much more confident about winning back the title.

“Games are running out for our rivals and we’re up for it. I enjoy this critical stage of a season when we are involved in big games that come thick and fast and I think we will be OK.”

Two of United’s remaining four games are against their nearest challengers Chelsea and Arsenal. Sir Alex thinks that his side are more than capable of getting what they need from those games.

Media

“The thing that puzzles me is the media keep saying Arsenal and Chelsea have got to play us still, like we’re going to lose to them, but why shouldn’t we win those games? As I said to the players, forget all that nonsense. Just try to win your games and you’ll be all right, keep your heads and don’t get carried away.”

Chelsea also picked up three points with a late, wait for it, yes it is true, Fernanado Torres goal, against West Ham, and Arsenal will probably win at Bolton today as well. That will leave United six points clear of the other two and with just four games left, it is likely that just a single point from the two games against their rivals would be enough for United to pick up their ninteenth title and overtake the long held record of Liverpool.

When that is achieved, in many ways Fergie’s work will be done. I have little doubt however that he will be back next season looking for number twenty.

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Graham Fisher


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Brad
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Graham, even I have to say that it’s not over yet. But Hernandez now has 19 goals, that might be a premonition of our 19th. . . I sure hope so.

Chelsea FC Fan
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Chelsea FC Fan

Chicharito is definitely the transfer pick-up of the season…what a champ – I love this kid. He’s got game, he’s got heart…he’s done everything you could possibly ask for…SAF must giggle to himself everytime he thinks of this kid…

Redknapp deserves a lot of credit for the Van der Vaart deal too…at this point, who wouldn’t want to play for Harry…

sports24x
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he really is the buy of the season or may be decade…

Brad
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CFC Fan, at this point, who wouldn’t want to be Chicharito is a better question. lol

Bacon
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Bacon

I’m a big Hernandez fan, and he does deserve the ‘best buy’ title.

Another player that goes very much unmentioned is Cheik Tiote at Newcastle. We payed around £3m for him and he’s been sensational, I would say he’s a big reason for why were safe from relegation.

But that’s just my ever so slightly biased opinion lol

the_real_deal
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the_real_deal

Brad, you said it . Chicaritto was a wise buy from SAF

Wandi Tio
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Wandi Tio

absolutely the buy of the season

Eduardo
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Eduardo

Chicharito is definetly the best buy of the season. He never gives up and has great game. He has scored amazing goals and knows how to use his head. And to make goals with his head too

Bacon
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If you remember his goal in the charity shield, he knows how to use his face as well lol

ColdTurkey
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ColdTurkey

I love this boy, but he has got to work on his control and balance, because theyre shite :p Anyway GGMU

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