1. Manchester United did take manage to take their revenge
Sir Alex Ferguson's men did take their revenge of last season's defeat against Wigan Athletic which eventually caused them the League Title. However things were different when the two sides met once again at Old Trafford this Saturday. United not only managed to stop Wigan from scoring but ended up putting four goals behind Wigan's net. The victory would come as revenge for most of the United players.
2. Patrice Evra has a tough competition
Sir Alex Ferguson gave his new signing Alexander Buttner a place in the starting XI against Wigan as United's first choice left-back Evra wasnot fit eough to start. The Dutchman made his first team debut for United and has not disappointed his manager. Buttner managed to score a goal which was very well engineered by him. Looking at Buttner's game Ferguson will have tough time in selecting left back for United, also Evra will need to improve his game in order to keep his place in the starting XI.
3. Nani proved his worth for United
Manchester United veteran Ryan Giggs is on the verge of reaching yet another milestone of 600th Premier League appearance for United. The Welshman has made his intentions very clear and is looking forward to bring back the title to old Trafford after United lost the title last season to City rivals Manchester City with Sergio Aguero striking a dramatic late winner against QPR.
Giggs claimed that United are hungry to win trophies and winning Premier League will be their priority this season. Speaking to Key103 Giggs said, "The lads can't wait to produce some of the football that we did last year"
"What happened last season was tough for everyone but you just have to come back in the right manner, which is what we hope to do.
"It is going to be tough because there are a lot of quality teams out there but you are always determined. We want to get it back." "You hope the big players that you sign fit in straight away. Sometimes it doesn't happen. With Shinji and Robin it has happened straight away, which is great"
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Bacary Sagna will have to leave the club if he is not happy. Sagna had earlier questioned the club's transfer policy in order to hold the club's key players.
The France International told to French reporters that he is not happy that the club was unable to hold Robin Van Persie and Alex Song during the summer transfer window. Wenger has taken this incident very seriously and also spoken personally to Sagna about his remarks.
Speaking about Arsenal players and transfer policies, Wenger said "I believe any player or any employee always had to defend the company he works for and if he is not completely happy with it then he has to go somewhere else. That is basically what I think. That is what I say to everybody."
"With Sagna, we want to extend his contract. He is 29, so his contract finishes when he is 31. So of course we can't give him five years" Wenger said while speaking about Sagna.
Wenger is confident about club's policy which has been scrutinized in the past couple of years. However, the Arsenal manager is confident that things will change.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson confirmed that Robin Van Persie is fit enough to play against Wigan Athletic this weekend. Ferguson and United did have a scare when Van Persie was withdrawn of Netherlands' World Cup qualifier against Hungary.
United manager Ferguson confirmed both his big signings of the summer Van Persie and Japanese International Shinji Kagawa are fit enough to play against Wigan this weekend. United midfielder Darren Fletcher who missed most of last season's football will be back in squad after a break of ten months.
Speaking about injuries to United's official website, Ferguson said: "On the injury front, everyone's fit, apart from the ones we know about - Jones and Smalling.
Fletcher's return to United's first team will definitely give boost to the Old Trafford outfit. The Scot has been out of regular football since last November. However, Fletcher did manage to play the entire match for United reserves on Tuesday night.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes is entering in his last year of top flight football. Scholes retired from club football after the end of 2010-11 season. United manager Sir Alex Ferguson re-signed him in January 2012 transfer window. Scholes is one player who can single handedly change the course of the game. United can find another world class player but they can never get another Paul Scholes. The article contains what other footballers say about Paul Scholes.
Sir Alex Ferguson
"Very few players can do that, but Scholes is one of them - and I knew he was one of them. That's why, without question, I think Paul Scholes is the best player in England. He's got the best skills, the best brain. No one can match him."There isn't a player of his mould anywhere in the world."
Sir Bobby Charlton