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Manchester United Predictions 2011 - 2012

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Aug/04/2011
Manchester United Predictions 2011 - 2012

Manchester United comes into the 2011 – 2012 Premier League season with odds of 7/4.  Predictions for this team have them winning yet another championship. 

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Yahoo Sports:

The Red Devils passed Liverpool into sole possession of the record for most English Premier League titles when they won their 19th last season. In addition, Man U made a great run in the Champions League, falling in the final to Barcelona, the team many are calling one of the best ever. With Paul Scholes and Edwin van der Saar both retiring, the Red Devils faced two holes that needed to be filled. For the goalkeeper position, Sir Alex Ferguson signed David de Gea from Athletico Madrid. Scholes will seemingly be replaced by committee, unless Fergie makes a last-minute play for Inter's Wesley Sneijder. With four world class strikers in Wayne Rooney, Javier Hernandez, Dimitar Berbatov, and Michael Owen, combined with an immensely talented roster from top to bottom, Man U are the unquestioned favorites to repeat as champions of the Barclay's Premier League.

Square Football:

I think another title is on the cards for United. Scholes and Van der Sar are gone, Giggs and Ferdinand are getting on a bit, but there is a young core to this team that can grow for years. De Gea, Young and Jones are solid signings, and the Rooney/Hernandez partnership will only get better.

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Expectations from Manchester United individuals were presented by Nipun Malhotra of

TheHardTackle.com:

Patrice Evra: The much-loved French left back did not really have a good season last time around. Much is expected from Patrice and with United losing a lot of experienced pros, Evra needs to wake up from his slumber and get his bearings right. The Twins, mostly Fabio is on heels and Paddy Evra could lose his first team slot if he continues his not-so-impressive form of the season gone by.

Wayne Rooney: So, Wayne Rooney is the leading the light at Old Trafford and he must act like it. The boy wonder disappeared for the start of the campaign, and only returned half way through the campaign. Rooney has to be the leader of the pack and put in performances that are worth his talent, time for the really Rooney to stand up.

Anderson: This will be the season when the talented Brazilian busts out of the cocoon. Although, United fans have said this all too often but hopefully “this” will be his long-awaited coming off age as there will surely be ample opportunity for Ando to make the midfield berth his very own.

Darren Fletcher: Fletcher had a disastrous time with injury and virus last time around and couldn’t really contribute much towards the United-cause in the business end of the season. Hopefully, a fit and in-form Fletcher would go a long way towards resurrecting the United midfield and for that to happen, United will definitely need the Fletcher of 2008-09 campaign back.

Jonny Evans: With the signing of Phil Jones and the impressive first season by Smalling, lots of talk about Evans’ exit has been raised. However, the Irishmen has to put the last season behind him and aim to rediscover his form, which made him an able deputy to Ferdinand and Vidic. There is no doubt about Evans’ quality but he needs to show more consistency and cut down on the errors to rise up the pecking order.

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Here were your odds to win the English Premier League 2011-2012

 

 

 

Manchester United

7/4

 

Stoke City

3000/1

 

Chelsea

5/2

 

Fulham

3000/1

 

Manchester City

3/1

 

Blackburn Rovers

5000/1

 

Arsenal

9/1

 

Newcastle United

5000/1

 

Liverpool

10/1

 

Bolton Wanderers

5000/1

 

Tottenham Hotspur

50/1

 

West Bromwich Albion

5000/1

 

Everton

300/1

 

Wigan Athletic

7500/1

 

Aston Villa

400/1

 

Wolverhampton Wanderers

7500/1

 

Sunderland

 

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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