This is the season where we will see LVG’s philosophy come to fruition. Three stripes on the sleeves must mean three trophies, right?
Lambchops are going to make a big return in 2015 when Memphis tears teams to shreds on the left hand side of the United attack on the way to league, cup and European glory.
The Red Devil’s squad reads like the who’s who of World football with world class players in all positions.
England and United captain Wayne Rooney will lead the line, supported by the sensational Memphis Depay of Holland, England’s resurgent Ashley Young, Spain’s litte genius Juan Mata and Belgium’s new wunderkind Adnan Januzaj.
In the midfield United will be building from deep with the mercurial German legend Bastian Schweinsteiger, French talisman Morgen Schneiderlin, England’s Michael Carrick and Belgium’s giant footballing force Marouane Fellaini moving between the mid and making killer late breaks into the 16 yard box.
Throw the incredible talent of the best Spanish midfielder of the next generation, Ander Herrera, into the mix, supported by Jesse Lindgard and the United team are looking unstoppable on attack. The future of England, Chris Smalling and Phil Jones will be working in unison with Dutch master, Daley Blind, master of defending, Italy’s Matteo Darmian and Argentine hard man Marcos Rojo to keep all the sniffling attacks at bay.
Young talents like Luke Shaw, the best future England left back since football’s were covered in leather, and man-monster Tyler Blackett, the next Steve Bruce, will give options going forward wide and shut up shop to keep the likes of Costa and Sanchez at bay.
Without a shadow of a doubt the signings of Bastian Schweinsteiger, Morgen Schneiderlin and Matteo Darmian will strengthen the defensive prowess of Britains greatest club. Every child knows you can’t win if you can’t defend!
Former players who we probably wont miss this season:
Robin van Persie – too many injuries recently and nowhere near enough goals
Falcao – terribly expensive loan player who didn’t score enough goals
Angel di Maria – moody Argentinian who flopped in the second half of the season
Victor Valdes – Spain’s 4th best keeper at best