Published on October 12th, 2013 | by Sportingly Better Tipster0
Season Match Betting – Manchester United
Following defeats against Liverpool, Manchester City and West Brom in the league, Sportingly Better takes a look at the best value football predictions on Manchester United in the season betting market, with David Moyes’ side well priced to end the season without any silverware.
Football Predictions – Manchester United
A little over three months into his reign at Old Trafford and the outlook looks bleak for the reigning Premier League champions.
The lack of transfer activity bordered on the embarrassing for Moyes and new chief executive Ed Woodward over the summer, with Everton’s Marouane Fellaini the only significant arrival to have been brought in.
Significant funds are rumoured to be available in January, but the likelihood is that the snubs the club endured over the summer look set to continue, particularly if the Red Devils remain off the pace and uncompetitive in both the Premier League and Champions League.
The title-winning squad from 12 months ago remains largely intact and a lack of injuries offers little in a way of excuses for the club and hierarchy.
Reinforcements continue to be mooted, but arguably bolder decisions need to be made.
Young combatant Phil Jones need to become a permanent fixture at the heart of the Manchester United defence, with the almost-veteran Rio Ferdinand needing to be phased out and used sparingly.
In Shinji Kagawa, Manchester United have a ready-made dynamic front runner, whilst Nani’s inconsistency and Anderson’s perpetual inadequacies have long since been corrosive to the squad and the Manchester United midfield.
The likes of Jesse Lingard and Adnan Janzuaj offer a glimpse into the club’s future, but switching out the likes of Ferdinand, Vidic , Evra and Giggs with proven quality remains the clubs core task over the next 12 months.
Manchester United rarely stood still under the stewardship of Sir Alex Ferguson, but David Moyes’ first term in charge has arguably been that and with rivals Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham and Liverpool having all made inroads, the gap to Manchester United’s flailing empire has arguably never been shorter.
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Author Credit: Jonathan Day
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