During the 2014/15 season Manchester United FC have improved dramatically from last year, sitting comfortably in the Champions League places which has pleased all the fans. A few people were sceptical at the appointment of Louis Van Gaal, but he has justified his position as the manager of the club and has the backing of all the supporters and more importantly the players – What did you think of his appointment ?
Over the summer Van Gaal spent in excess of £150m on the likes of Ander Herrera, Luke Shaw, Marcus Rojo, Daily Blind, Radamel Falcao and of course Champions League winner and World Cup finalist Angel Di Maria for a British transfer record of £59.7m – a true talent and the full package. The new players have hit the ground running despite some minor injuries – a real positive sign for the future of the club. With the help of the new player United managed 6 Premier League wins a row – something that hasn’t been done since the departure of Sir Alex.
Van Gaal will be targeting a good run the FA Cup, they have a fantastic chance to lift the trophy as their rivals are tied up in European competitions.
Manchester United will be shopping in the January transfer window for top-class defenders to firm up their defence – they have been linked with big names such as Mats Hummels, Raphaël Varane and Sergio Ramos. With a strong backline United will certainly be in the title race come the end of the season.
Can Manchester United go on to win the Premier League? If not what about next season?
Van Gaal managed to collect 37 points in 21 games, another 51 are available in the remaining fixtures, what do you think is a realistic point target for Van Gaal?
With David De Gea in such unbelievable form, do you think he is the best goalkeeper in the Premier League?
Just a reminder of the upcoming fixtures at which you can entertain your important clients and or VIP guests from within our official on-site corporate hospitality suite packages at Old Trafford; The Salford Suite…
Manchester United v Leicester City, Premier League Saturday January 31 kick off 15:00
Manchester United v Burnley, Premier League Wednesday February 11 kick off 19:45
Manchester United v Sunderland, Premier League Saturday February 28 kick off 15:00
Manchester United v Tottenham, Premier League Saturday March 14 kick off 15:00