Ready for the big club –

Ready for the big club –

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Thursday, January 5th

Daley Blind for Bayern

Thursday evening came confirmation of this Daley Blind Ready for Bayern Munich.

He signed a contract until the end of the season.

The Blind left Ajax just before the New Year, but he was not without the club for long.

The 32-year-old played 141 times for Manchester United, scoring six goals, and is surely best remembered for the goal against Liverpool.

De Gea was nominated for the Premier League award

David de Gea has been nominated in the Premier League’s Save of the Month category for December. November and December price combined due to the World Cup and there is a save from November 13 that De Gea can win.

The other nominees in this category are Liverpool’s Alisson Becker, West Ham’s Okas Fabianski, Southampton’s Gavin Bazuno, Bournemouth’s Mark Travers and Wolverhampton’s Jose Sa.

The United duo were nominated for the Player of the Month award

Marcus Rashford and Casemiro have been on fire in recent matches, and now their solid efforts are also being noticed outside Old Trafford. The duo was nominated for Player of the Month for December.

There, United players will battle against Norwegian players among others.

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Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard from Arsenal were also nominated, as was Erling Braut Haaland from Manchester City.

Newcastle’s Kieran Trippier, Fulham’s Joao Balinha and Brentford’s Ben Mee have been nominated.

Wednesday, January 4th

Victory for Henderson & Co

Nottingham Forest moved above the relegation zone with a 1-0 win away at bottom club Southampton.

Dean Henderson As usual in goal for Forest, and indeed he was having a fairly uneventful day at work, even in periods when Southampton had the initiative. He has resolved it well when he has to play, apart from a few funny engagements with the ball at his feet, and is probably only too happy to keep a clean sheet.

See highlights here (And all the Premier League highlights from the tour here):

Darren Ferguson to Peterborough – again!

Peterborough United sacked Grant McCann for the second time, at the same time confirming that they had appointed former Red Darren Ferguson as manager for the rest of the season.

This is the fourth time (!) that Peterborough has appointed Darren Ferguson as manager. He has been promoted four times with the club in the past. It won’t be easy to do it again, because Peterborough has five points until the playoffs, and also played one more game.

Ferguson made a total of 30 appearances for Manchester United under his father’s management.

Monday, January 2nd

Liverpool lost to Brentford

On Monday evening, Brentford faced Liverpool at the Geteck Community Stadium. The match ended 3-1 to the host team, which means that Liverpool lost important points in the battle to play in the Champions League. Liverpool remain in sixth place, two points behind Tottenham.

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Brentford has moved up three places and is below Liverpool. Brentford have two points less than Liverpool and have played a game more.

See the goals here:

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