Nani Shared The Old Manchester United Team

Having left Old Trafford for a long time, midfielder Luis Nani has been linked with a heartfelt interest in Manchester United. Nani is expecting the best from the old team. After a disappointing start to the season, the Red Devils are back in good spirits, with consecutive victories. In the middle of this week, master Jose Mourinho beat Juventus in the lead, in the lead and completely overwhelmed.

“I hope they continue to do well and get good results,” said teammate Luis Nani. This is another time, under the guidance of another coach, the team is different – so you can see the spirit of MU not as in the past. When I was playing there, sometimes we did not have good performances, but at the end, we proved we could do things that other teams did not. Within the last 15 minutes, we only attacked and attacked. We swim a lot and that is the spirit of the Reds. ”
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Manchester United Becomes A Laughing Topic On Social Media After Bad Performances

They say we cannot choose our time. Death is what gives life meaning. Knowing your days is numbered, your time is short. The time has come to Manchester United. Far away are the days when you want to hear a Man United fan careless waste Arsenal, Chelsea or Liverpool. Gone are the days when a team like Man United would step onto the Old Trafford course and mesmerize the world with sublime attack soccer. Gone are the days when Man United would average at least one trophy in a season.

Since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure as a manager in 2013, followed by the release of David Moyes about six months later, Manchester United has completely lost their identity. Nothing used to get out of the dressing room during Sir Alex’s time, all that was said was said on the pitch – and in incredible fashion. Players used to play for the comb on the shirt, not the name on the back, not for themselves, but for the club Moyes got fired, came in Louis Van Gaal, fresh off a prestigious performance with the Netherlands in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
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UNITED EXPECTED TO REACH UCL KNOCKOUT PHASES

Manchester United are expected to reach the knockout phases ofthe UEFA Champions League for the 2018/2019 season. The season begins in a fortnight at the group stage level where United got a relatively easy draw compared to other English teams.

Man United would face Juventus, who now have Cristiano Ronaldo in their ranks, Valencia and young Boys. Both continental giants are expected to qualify from the group. The only issue is who would top the group and likely face a ‘smaller’ team in the next stage.
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LUIS NANI WANTS TO REMAIN IN EUROPE

Former Manchester United winger Luis Nani has opted to remain in Europe despite earlier strong links with a move to China or Mexico. The Portuguese had a disappointing spell in Italy with Lazio. His poor showing led to him missing the shortlist for the 2018 World Cup.

The 31-year old was a loan player from La Liga side Valenciato Lazio for €2 million with an option to buy for €8 million. Well, after the loan lapsed the Biancocelesti said they were not interested in signing the player due to his below par performance and the obvious age factor. Nani could only score three times and get four assists in 25 games for Lazio.
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Lazio Coach Considering Rotation

Lazio head coach Simone Inzaghi is contemplating rotating the team ahead of their Round of 16 clash with Dynamo Kiev in the Europa League. The last time the manager kept out Luis Alberto and Ciro Immobile, the team ended up losing to Steaua Bucharest in the first leg. They had to fight to win the return leg convincingly (5-1) to make it to the last 16.

The team has been very impressive this term in the Serie A but also in other tournaments. They are the favoured side to reach the last eight but Inzaghi would have to manage this team very well. They would be without defender Martin Caceres but Felipe and Patric should be enough. In the middle Sergej Milinkovic-Savic should be able to handle the threat. In attack, Inzaghi is torn between fielding Immobile or resting him to help them in the league fixtures, especially after losses in the last two games. Continue reading

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IMMOBILE BACK TO ACTION FOR LAZIO

Serie A side Lazio would have their star back in Ciro Immobile when they play Crotone. They host their rivals who only just had their first win under Coach Walter Zenga.

Immobile is back in the starting side with Sergej Milinkovic-Savic available too. They have been involved in some real drama in the last few weeks, losing at home 3-1 against Torino and then returning the following week to a six goal thriller against Atalanta. Immobile was sent off in the huge loss to Torino but he is set to return now that he has served out his ban.
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INZAGHI: LAZIO TO END ‘TABOO’ WITH CHIEVO

Lazio manager Simone Inzaghi says the club would end the taboo when they face Milan on Sunday. The club has been very good this term. They are the surprise factor in the Serie A as they put pressure on the big guns: Napoli, Juventus, Inter and Roma.

Lazio have only defeated Milan twice in their last seven meetings. Inzaghi wants his side to knock out their rival that has historically been problematic for them. Continue reading

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GOMES MAKING THE BUZZ IN MANCHESTER

Manchester United fans have been buzzing at the prospect of having talented starlet Angel Gomes feature for them. The 17-year old rising star is the cousin of former team player Luis Nani. The Portuguese was an award winning winger under Sir Alex Ferguson before moving on to other clubs, and winning the Euro 2016 with his national side.

Fans would be salivating at the prospect of Nani’s cousin accomplishing even greater feats for The Red Devils. Gomes has played once under Coach Jose Mourinho but the player wants many more opportunities to prove himself.
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FENERBAHCE WANT LUIS NANI

Turkish side Fenerbahce are keen on getting former Manchester United winger Luis Nani, according to reports.


The Portugal international and Euro 2016 winner moved to the club following his exit from Old Trafford back in 2015 but he stayed for just a season before leaving.

The player was a fan favourite during his time in Turkey. The club wants to re-sign him but this time on a loan deal. The player moved to Spanish club Valencia for £7 million after leaving Turkey but he could return back to the club to help them with their continental aspirations. Continue reading

ENGLAND TO BREAK SUMMER TRANSFER RECORD

Romelu Lukaku’s move to Old Trafford was one that was not expected to be completed the way it was done.


The 24-year old was a Chelsea reject so he moved to Everton. At Goodison Park he blossomed. When the Premier League champions were reported to be set to sign him again and sell Diego Costa, it was what everyone believed.

However, Manchester United stole the deal to land the player. Ironically, it is Jose Mourinho who sold the player while he was at Stamford Bridge. Last summer Mourinho broke the football record when he lured Paul Pogba back to Old Trafford. The Portuguese sanctioned the deal costing £89 million paid to Juventus.

That deal brought back English football to the peak of transfer market deals – a tag Spanish football were holding firmly. Since when Newcastle paid £15 million for Alan Shearer in 1996, the English sides have not help the world record for transfer fees. It was Spain and Italy that were spending that much. The advert of Chinese and Arabian money tilted the deals as well but their presence was scattered across Europe. Continue reading