Axel Tuanzebe a leader United may already have?

Manchester United youngster Axel Tuanzebe has enjoyed another excellent season on-loan at Midlands side Aston Villa and has helped guide them into the Championship play-offs. The 21-year-old defender has been a mainstay for Villa this season and helped them finish fifth in the Championship and as a result, his side takes a 2-1 lead into Tuesdays 2nd leg play-off against local rivals, West Bromwich Albion.
Tuanzebe, who has played 25 times for the Villains this season was sidelined for a short spell due to injury in December, however, he managed to come through it and regained his place and helped push his side into the playoff picture. Featuring mainly as a right-sided centre-back, Tuanzebe is very strong in his tackling and uses his 6'1" frame to his advantage in the air. In the Championship this season, he has been successful in 52.07% of his aerial duels and showed great leadership despite his young age.
The English international has also got a very impressive tackle success…

A Director of Football will be Manchester United's signing of the summer

Manchester United fans must be very glad that the season has finally come to an end. For me, this is the worst season I have had to bare in the short life span I have lived on earth as a Manchester United fan. I was alive during the days of Moyes but never in my life have I seen Manchester United players as satisfied with losing as they were this season.
This season has highlighted that the biggest part of the problem at United lies with the board and the players. Jose Mourinho wasn't backed by the board as they claimed the squad were good enough to challenge. From what we have seen, finishing second last season was a huge huge miracle for Manchester United.
Enter Director of Football We have endured the past seven years being controlled by a board whose executive director is an investment banker. From what has been seen, Ed Woodward's focus has been mainly getting sponsors and endorsement deals from companies. He has grossly neglected and mismanaged the footballing side. Due …

Manchester United 2018/19 Season Review

Manchester United’s 2018/19 season has (thankfully) come to an end on Sunday evening, and those last two performances of the Red Devils’ campaign really summed up everything that has been wrong at the club over the last nine months.

United finished sixth in the Premier League and concluded the season by amassing one point (out of a possible six) against two sides that have already been relegated. A dire draw away to arguably one of the worst sides in EPL history in Huddersfield, followed by a 0-2 loss at home in the final game of the season against Cardiff, in what ended up being a wasted opportunity to leave the fans with the hope of a whole re-scaling at Manchester United in the summer transfer window. 
After coming second in the league last season, despite being lightyears behind champions Manchester City, United entered pre-season far from where they left off in the 2017/18 campaign. The constant negativity from former manager Jose Mourinho, and the apparent conflict between the …

Cardiff City vs. Manchester United - Match Analysis

Manchester United's disappointing season came to a fitting conclusion as relegated Cardiff went out with a bang, giving their former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer plenty to think about. A campaign that started with the divisive Jose Mourinho ended with a shambolic 2-0 loss to a side relegated with a match to spare, leaving United an eye-watering 32 points behind Premier League champions Manchester City. Nathaniel Mendez-Laing's brace was the difference as Cardiff beat United for the first time since 1960 - quite the way for Neil Warnock to bow out in what he expects to be his last top-flight match as a manager. But as the visitors celebrated, ex-Bluebirds boss Solskjaer was left reeling on an afternoon that highlighted just why there will be personnel changes at Old Trafford this summer. United have regressed since the Norwegian started his reign in December with a 5-1 win in the Welsh capital, but there did appear to be a dollop of fortune about the decision that saw Mendez-La…

Manchester United vs Cardiff City Preview

At last this torrid season is over and Manchester United can sort themselves out over the summer. The final game of the season is at home to Cardiff and really, United need to win big to at least begin to get back on their feet. Here's all you need to know:

Teams: Manchester United vs Cardiff City
Location: Old Trafford
KO: Sunday 12th May 15:00 GMT
Managers: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Neil Warnock
Referee: Jonathan Moss

What form are both teams in?
Manchester United have not won a game since beating West Ham and have most recently drawn twice against Chelsea and Huddersfield which led to the Red Devils missing out on Champions League qualification for next year. After last week's disaster, only a win will do.
Form: LLLDD GF: 2 GA: 11

Cardiff have had a tough season and after being relegated at home to Crystal Palace and have only won four times in 2019 but the last time they have done so was mid-April against Brighton but still could not manage to overtake the Seagulls in a race to a…

Huddersfield vs. Manchester United Player Ratings

Another disappointing for Manchester United as they draw even with an already-relegated Huddersfield side. Here are the player ratings:

David De Gea (7/10):
The Spaniard looked himself today, and made a few saves on the day. Didn't look nervous like he has in recent matches. One of United's few bright spots in the match.

Ashley Young (4/10):
Really running out of things to say about this man. Shows almost no composure on the ball and constantly gives the opposition possession. Terrible crosser of the ball (baffles me as to why he takes corners), and even though he's captain, he's definitely not a leader.

Phil Jones (4/10):
Almost gave Huddersfield a goal with a forced pass that didn't need to be made. Had an opportunity to give us the winning goal and absolutely ruined a good chance to win the game.

Victor Lindelof (6/10):
The Swede looked as calm as ever, and probably had the most composure on the team besides maybe McTominay. Good on defense and started off some of …

Huddersfield vs. Manchester United - Match Analysis

Manchester United’s top four hopes have finally been buried after getting inevitably delayed for several weeks — as United came away from already relegated Huddersfield with a stalemate 1-1 draw. 
Once again, as has been the case for the past few games, United looked livelier and showed more intent to respond to the critics early on — but that intensity faded with every minute of the game. 
The visitors looked promising going forward at times, and were in total control of the game when they got rewarded with the opening goal in the 8thminute. 
A series of attacks saw United eventually break the deadlock following some tidy one touch build up play initiated by Juan Mata. United ended up losing the ball during that sequence, only for it to be given straight back to them due to a Huddersfield error which saw Scott McTominay take a clever touch onto his left foot and rifle a low driven shot into the net. 
The hosts goalkeeper, Jonas Lossl, arguably could have done better with that effort…