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Is it the Final Whistle for Van Gaal?

Louis Van Gaal's run with Holland during the World Cup gave some hope to United fans. His 5-1 thrashing of the former wold champions, Spain, instilled a belief in us, fans, that the Moyes era is over and that it was possible to go back to our winning ways in due time. However it seems that all is not what it seems to be. We haven't won a single trophy since LVG has come in. It seems our best run of form comes in Pre-Season which is when no team actually turns up and is still jet lagged from their lavish holidays.

Even after spending £200+ million Louis Van Gaal has the same win percentage and same amount of point David Moyes had won over the same period of time into a season! That's an abomination! And last season when we started to see why we spent money for Fellaini, he was brought in by none other than David Moyes! Mata, another David Moyes signing is worth more to us United fans than Memphis or Darmian so far. Varela who's showed signs of becoming a great defender…

Manchester United vs Chelsea

Pre-Match Analysis: What once would have been one of the biggest game of the season is now a game which brings all sorts of emotions in current day football. Two giant clubs, both on disappointing form go head to head in the Barclays Premier League. Chelsea who are currently 15th in the league recently sacked their manager Jose Mourinho, creating all sorts of manager rumours. Louis Van Gaal has lost all three of his last three games and United fans across the world are demanding a string of victories, and a win against Chelsea would do nicely for many.  
Chelsea drew their previous game 2-2 against Watford and won the game before 3-1 against Sunderland. Having recently improved their form after sacking their manager, Chelsea will be a lot more confident going into the clash against the Manchester giants. This will apply huge pressure on Van Gaal as many reports say his time at United is nearing an end. Whether this is the case or not, it is essential that the game against Chelsea is …

Stoke City vs Manchester United

Pre-Match Analysis: Merry Christmas to all our readers! Let us hope that the Premier League game against Stoke City is a solid win so that we can really celebrate! Our previous three games have been very disappointing losses and unfortunately, the sad truth is that our current style of football is very poor. We do not score many goals and are now beginning to suffer a lot at the back. With this being said, United are 5th in the table and are level on points with Tottenham who are 4th in the league table. Anything can happen in the Premier League and with the January Transfer window creeping closer, it should be very interesting to see what Van Gaal does during this exciting and important window of the season. Will Van Gaal be looking for a goal scorer to aid our disheartened attack, or will he bring in a rock of a player, to command our back line? Whatever happens, the time now could undeniably make or break our season.

With a lot of speculation about Van Gaal’s career at United comi…

Manchester United vs Norwich City

Pre-Match Analysis:Christmas is almost upon us which means that the festive football fixtures will be coming thick and fast!
After our recent miseries in the Premier League, a football joke is exactly what all of us need to cheer ourselves up!
Question: Why are football stadiums so cool? Scroll down to read the answer at the bottom of the article!
During the week we learned about our fate in the Europa League where we have been drawn against Midtjylland, a Danish side, in the last 32. Hopefully the game today will give us some much needed confidence heading into that tie next year.
For United, our 17th game of the season sees us host struggling, newly-promoted Norwich City at Old Trafford for a 3 o'clock kick-off. United are currently fourth in the table with 29 points despite our visible form problems. Norwich are down in the relegation places in 18th with 14 points. Last week we lost 2-1 to Bournemouth which would have not been a massive shock considering our poor run of form in…

Bournemouth vs Manchester United

Pre-Match Analysis: United are back playing in the Premier league this weekend after contesting in a crucial Champions league match against Wolfsburg.

We lost that game 3-2 and are now out of the Champions league, leaving many fans confused and questioning LVG's credibility as manager. Since then he has spoken out in his press conference stating that United fans have to prepare themselves for 'more disappointment' at the start of the year. Most of us had been optimistic at the start of the season but after the up and down form we have been in, this is hardly surprising. It is sad to think that we have now lost our 'fear factor' but it is the harsh reality that we have. We can choose to focus on the negatives however we are still the biggest club in the world with a substantial amount of footballing history. Financially we are in a strong position with a network fan base of millions worldwide. Most importantly, we are currently fourth in the league with 29 points.…