Yesterday David De Gea was praised by ex-United ‘keeper Peter Schmeichel for showing a strong mind, but today De Gea has admitted that he feels the extra pressure of playing at such a big club like United.
The news that Anders Lindegaard had been selected ahead of David De Gea at weekend was met with much frustration around the ground. Lindegaard had played in midweek with a weak United eleven against Galatasaray,
It’s seemingly perfect after posting my thoughts on De Gea and the farce over Lindegaard taking his place against Southampton, but Anders Lindegaard has revealed that he sees the competiton between him
It’s been 10 days since those odd few hours at the St Mary’s Stadium where United dramatically snatched victory from the grasp of Southampton. It would be wrong, and perhaps unfair, to say that United
Michael Carrick has praised ‘keeper David De Gea, saying he’s done everything that his teammates expected him to do. “David just keeps getting better,” he told MUTV. “We knew he would. The manager
David De Gea came in for a lot of criticism during his first few months at United. Rather predictably, the press jumped at any small mistake De Gea made to try and get something over Sir Alex Ferguson
Having Lindegaard and De Gea was an excellent thing at the start of the season, so why’s it suddenly seen as a negative?
When Edwin van der Sar decided to go through with his retirement after the Champions League Final last season, the general consensus of United fans was one of gratitude and upset. People were obviously
Instead of ranting at the United “fans” who are anti-De Gea, let’s have a look at why he actually needs time.
Cast your mind back to the 29th of June, when it was confirmed that United had signed David De Gea. Do you remember the general consensus of United fans on that day? No? Well that was the day the statement