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A Manchester United XI vs Liverpool with all out attack and Falcao starting

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It’s been a much more satisfying season for Manchester United fans already. If The Reds are getting results while playing badly right now then imagine what will happen once they really hit form.

We think that the second half of the season is going to provide much more entertainment and happiness for the United faithful.

But what has to be seen as the most frustrating aspect of proceedings so far is the inability of Manchester United to get Radamel Falcao on the pitch consistently.

Manchester United fans have been frustrated by his niggling injuries and you can imagine how the player himself feels – this is a born winner who absolutely loves playing the game.

Louis van Gaal commented recently that the player is only fit enough for 20 minutes of first team action at a time right now. But he has had another week to ten days of good training since these comments and Falcao and no further injuries have been announced.

Sooner or later Manchester United are going to have to throw this guy in at the deep end. Some may believe that the Liverpool game is too important for this but Falcao is one of the best players in the world on form.

Even though RVP has shown better form of late he doesn’t have the dynamism or guile of Falcao.

We just can’t wait tot see him nail down a place for Manchester United. Because he is very special.

Would we throw him in against Liverpool? Absolutely right we would. Even if he’s knackered after 45 he needs the confidence boost of a start in big game to get his season off and running.

So here is our attacking line up for the Liverpool match with 2 up top and Rooney in the hole.

Manchester United fans: too cavalier?
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1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. Naod

    Dec 11, 2014 at 7:20 am

    this would be suicide… playin Lpool with out ball playin creative midfielder. i wd say Herera instead of Valecia

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