05 October 2014

A game United desperately needs to win

Super Sunday Game week 7 presents four stellar games, one of which obviously is Manchester United vs Everton kicking off at 1100 GMT.

Sunday, 05/10/2014, presents a VERY crucial opportunity for United. This is probably one of those great moments the club needs to seize in order to secure a potential top 6 position in the league table. The great Manchester club needs to win for the pride and honour, now. It's certainly a game that will help the Old Trafford faithful to forget the ghosts of last years double defeats vs Everton.

Everton has been a very messy affair for United lately and a victory today will extend a much needed advantage. Everton obviously is a club from where United hired a potential Sir Alex successor for ONE year. It was an EASY choice but not a great choice, however, as it turned out. But United learned and now they 'shall try their best' to beat Everton for the first time since February 2013. Here's hoping the new Manchester United no. 7 Angel di Maria (talismanic Argentine) does justice to his shirt number.

02 October 2014

Faith in Loyalty Parked - Implications

So Ji-Sung Park is all set to become the 6th current serving Manchester United ambassador, joining the likes of Gary Neville, Bryan Robson, Andrew Cole, Peter Schmeichel and Bobby Charlton. Achieving such a momentous feat is surely a proud moment and surely Ji didn't have it too easy on his plate. It was his sheer determination to do well in football at Manchester Utd as a result of which he delivered his killer skills matrix for his favourite club.

So what could be the impact of History's first Asian Manchester United player to go on and become THE first Asian club ambassador for the same? The answer is simple and can be described in one word - it's Limitless. After losing Shinji Kagawa (Asian player bought after Park left in 2012) to parent German club Borussia Dortmund for yet another cheap ~£6m deal, Man United obviously was looking for ways to re-establish itself in Asia.

Honouring Ji essentially hit two birds in one shot in the sense that the club credited a deserving player and reinstated relations (revenues) from Asia. I am sceptical if people will still buy Manchester United merchandise with Park Ji Sung written on its back, but the club's fan base will certainly pick up after the Japanese Kagawa's departure. This may kinder a positive contribution to next year's Annual Report.

This strategic affair involves a deal which is a win-win for both the player (Park) and club (Manchester United). It is a pursuit to establish an advantage over big clubs like Arsenal and Chelsea who have not tapped the emerging Asian markets as heavily!

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