Open Letter to David Moyes.

Dear Mr Moyes,

I am sure you are recovering Nicely after a long day of negotiations yesterday. Enjoy your rest because tough times are ahead. Like a lot of Manchester United fans across the globe I am worried about my beloved team. I am worried that you do not fully understand what it is to be a Manchester United manager. Now a lot of people will misinterpret this to mean that I am not backing you the new boss, I am a plastic fan, only a fan when we win and all that but this is not the case. It is because want you to be successful in your role because ultimately it will make us successful as a club.

Alright Lets dive right into the real issues. The First being transfers. My Moyes I commend you on your signing of Marouane Fellaini. He is a good midfield player and will give us the presence we have lacked in midfield since the days of Roy Keane. However, I have to question why you waited so long? Since you got the job I knew, You knew, We all knew that Fellaini was going to be a Manchester United player so I was really surprised to see you wait till the last min of the last day to get it done finally. Sometime in the summer Fellaini had a clause in his contract according to the media and confirmed by Roberto Martinez of 23 million pounds yet he’s being signed for 27.5 million. This does not represent good business Mr Moyes and we could have done with a player like him already in the ranks on Sunday when we played Liverpool. I understand you may not have had time to do all these things as you wanted because you had to prepare the squad you inherited for the new season as well but that’s the enormity of the job you have to be on the ball, there will always be no time in a club like Manchester United. I will not even go into the failed attempts to sign all the players because I know it’s not your fault. You wanted to sign players clearly but someone who we will not mention yet was to blame.

Secondly Mr Moyes, a defeat at Anfield in that manner is by no means acceptable. Even our captain said we were poor and need to improve so for you to some out and say we were brilliant baffles me.  Manchester United attack and never give up from first minute to the last but with your team I do not see that yet. I can Understand that maybe you are trying to encourage the mediocre cleverly and Welbeck by saying these things but I really hope in private you tell them as it is. I like how your team is shaped when defending. That’s something I have seen in your era that I am pleased with and I must commend you because last season we were conceding all the time. The point I am really trying to make is we as fans demand more from the team in matches like that. Yes we could lose the game but we want to see a decent effort not just a flat display. Please Mr Moyes we  are relying on you to continue our proud tradition of winning.

Lastly I would like to discuss Mr Ryan Giggs. I Love Giggs he is a true Legend and what he has done for the club may never be done again by another player. As much as I love him and other Fans love him too, I think you too should realize that he is on the last lap of his career and should not be integral to whatever we do. He should be an option for us.  I know for you he is an extraordinary player that you have never worked with before but I assure if you are looking for a player to consistently produce quality, it’s not him.  He still has a lot of quality one-off days in him so it’s up to you to find those days but please give the youngsters a chance like you said you would.  In conclusion I have faith in you to do the Job because you have all the tools to succeed so make it happen and I wish you all the best.

Yours Sincerely

10Maestro

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Hello guys! Big day today in the football world…..TRANSFER DEADLINE DAY! stay tuned for live updates on breaking news and thoughts

BREAKING NEWS! Arsenal To announce Signing of Mezut Ozil at 4:30pm today

Manchester United are prepared to meet a 36m-euro release clause to land Athletic Bilbao midfielder Ander Herrera on transfer deadline day

BREAKING NEWS Ozil has Arsenal Medical……set to sign for the Gunners. BIG BIG DEAL Here. Moyes! make a move

Liverpool complete an impressive summer of transfer activity with the hat-trick signing of  Sakho, Ilori and Moses

Peter Odemwinge finally set to leave West Brom as they agree to let cardiff discuss personal terms

*Sky sources understand that Manchester United have made contact with the representatives of Real Madrid playmaker Mesut OzilArsenal are also keen on the Germany international*

with Arsenal also in for Ozil it will be interesting to see how this pans out.  watch this space

Update* Manchester United not keen on Ozil clearing the way for Arsenal to agree terms

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Throwback Tuesdays- Jay Jay Okocha

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Augustine Azuka “Jay-Jay” Okocha (born 14 August 1973 apparently lol) is a Nigerian former footballer who played as a midfielder. He is known for his stepovers, brilliant skill, technique, and being ‘so good that they named him twice’ (a line immortalised in a terrace chant while Okocha played for Bolton Wanderers). He is a dual Nigerian-Turkish citizen, having acquired Turkish citizenship as “Muhammet Yavuz” while playing for Süper Lig team Fenerbahçe.

He was and still is the best Midfielder to have ever come out on Nigeria. He brought quality to a football pitch and I am sure Bolton fans will never forget that freekick against Boro to keep them up, or the Goal for Nigeria out of nowhere to bring them level in the 2000 african Nations Cup final against Cameroun (they lost but  still)

Okocha never won the African Player of Year award, becoming arguably the best player never to win the award despite coming second twice in 1998 and 2004. He did however win the inaugural BBC African Footballer of the Year and the successive one, becoming the only player to retain the award and win it more than once. In 2004 he was listed in football legend Pelé’s FIFA 100 (a list of the greatest 125 living players of all time). In 2007 he was voted number 12 on the greatest African footballers of the past 50 years list, on a poll conducted by CAF to coincide with their 50th anniversary.

He is out 10maestro throwback for today. Here is a Video of him in action. Enjoy!

 

10Maestro presents…….Throwback Tuesdays!

Hello there guys! I am pleased  introduce a new segment of 10maestro called Throwback Tuesdays where I look at past players we loved and miss. Any requests for player videos are welcome…… Have fun and Enjoy:

Guti

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José María Gutiérrez Hernández, commonly known as Guti, is a Spanish retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder. Before the Iniestas and Xavis of this world he was one of the pass masters of his time. Sublime technique on the ball, a sweet left foot and an eye for a pass through the middle of needle. He must have inspired some of the stars of today to become better players by just watching him play for Real Madrid.

During his professional career, he played almost exclusively for Real Madrid – appearing in more than 500 official games and serving as vice-captain– helping the club to 15 trophies, most notably three UEFA Champions League and five La Liga titles.

Guti played 13 times with Spain since making his debut in 1999. See Guti in action Below

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Season Review 2012/2013

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The Curtain has once again Come down on the season. Its been an eventful season! Great Goals, Great passes, Great fast paced football, comeback and all sorts. We are  used to this in England. Although the season didn’t finish as crazy as it finished last year, Arsenal and Tottenham did give us some decent drama on the last day. 

We lost some good players to retirement like Jaime Carragher, Steve Harper and some Great ones too Paul Scholes and David Beckham even though he doesn’t play in the premier league anymore, he is one of the top players to play in the league. Most of all though we lost a LEGEND, A MYTH, A PHENOM! SIR ALEX FERGUSON! Words are not enough to express how great this man was for manchester United, England and British football. The premiership will be a lighter league with all these people gone but this is the chance for the younger lads to write themselves into football history.

Someone who is writing himself into premier league beastory( BEAST HISTORY) is Gareth Bale! This guy is showing shades of Cristiano Ronaldo. He is a constant Match winner for the spurs and it was a real shame that they didn’t make it to the Champions League. I reckon one more season like that with them will suffice and then I believe he should move.  As a Manchester United fan I would Love to see him wear the 11 shirt when Uncle Giggs finally retires. Lets take a moment to enjoy  him in action

Season Review 2012/2014

Highest Attendance: 75,605 Manchester United v Reading

Lowest Attendance: 15,436 Wigan Athletic v Reading

Highest Average Rating-  Gareth Bale & Luis Suarez. 7.89, 33 Games

Most Assists:  12 Juan Mata- Chelsea

Top Scorer:  26 Robin VanPersie Manchester United.

High scoring Game: 10: West Bromwich Albion 5-5 Manchester United, Arsenal 7-3 Newcastle United

Biggest Win: 8 Chelsea 8-0 Aston Villa

Most Games Won in a row: 7 games: Manchester United

Most Games Without Losing: 18 games: Manchester United

Most Games Without Winning: 16 games: Queens Park Rangers

Most Game Lost in a Row: 7 games: Reading

Most Team Points: 89 points Manchester United

Most goals Scored: 86 Manchester United

Fewest goals Conceded: 34 Manchester City, 0.89 per game

Most Clean Sheets: 18 Manchester City

My signings of the season: Michu – £2million-22goals, Christian Benteke- £7million-23 goals

My Flop of the season: Qpr and all Qpr staff and players

Overachievers: West Brom 8th- 49 points, Swansea (League Cup Winners), Wigan (FA cup Winners)

Underachievers: Newcastle United 16th- 41 points, Qpr 20th- 25 points

I look forward to next season with great optimism! The Premier League is going through a lot of changes next season. Financial Fair Play, Goal Line technology and Managerial Changes at  three of the clubs that finished in the top four. It will be interesting to see if this changes the dynamic of the so-called “top four”. Teams like Liverpool and Tottenham will see this as a chance to creep up on any of the teams that find the change hard to adjust to. I also look forward to World Class talent Coming Through! The likes of Falcao, Cavani and even Cristiano Ronaldo have been Rumoured to be coming to the Premier League! I for one would love to see the premiership restored as the BEST league in the world and I have a feeling next season is the season!