Over reaction that he is ‘shit’. Only thing against him is he is 31 years old, and injury now and again. Calling him what you have is unwarranted. Check out his record and medals.He is shit. We should be signing players in their prime.
Emre Can would be a good signing.
Doesn't really relate to my point though - people are judging based on his selection in the current United sideEven in the last year of Mourinho at ManU he looked like he was carrying the weight of a thousand men trying to get around the pitch. Other than him being good for Mourinho 2 years ago nothing in the last 18 months or so has been any indicator that he is still that player. We have plenty of defensive midfielders you would totally buy if you were buying the player from 2 years ago and not who they are today.
He’s not shit but it seems his legs have gone.Over reaction that he is ‘shit’. Only thing against him is he is 31 years old, and injury now and again. Calling him what you have is unwarranted. Check out his record and medals.
I see him as an Edgar Davids type signing - may be past his best, but brings leadershipDitto. We need his kind of experience. He is a proven shrewd winner.
Couldn't agree more, perfect post.No thanks. Our issue on the pitch is neither experience nor leadership related, it’s a lack of a mobile defensive midfielder to get around and shut down attacks before they start. Wanyama, Sandro, Parker, Palacios. Would much rather Phillips or maybe Zubeldia from Sociedad, someone tigerish.
Injury prone? He’s missed the last 10 games with a muscle injury, prior to that he’s got one of the best injury records in modern day football.Really? I can’t think of a more unLevylike signing that an injury prone 31 year old on huge wages.