Darren Fletcher & Barclays Premier League

Darren Barr Fletcher (born 1 February 1984 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish footballer who plays as a central midfielder for English Premier League club Manchester United. The Premier League is an English professional league for association football clubs. At the top of the English football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. 5.0/5

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NEWS AT THIS HOUR !!! Yaya Toure has been hailed as the world's best goalscoring midfielder. Arsenal's Bacary Sagna is a transfer target for Inter Milan and the club is also interested in Fernando Torres and Edin Dzeko, according to president Erick Thohir. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has challenged his side to quickly get their Barclays Premier League campaign back on course by beating Swansea to "repair the damage" from the "accident" of being thrashed 6-0 at Chelsea. Chelsea plan to wait until after the World Cup to decide whether they will sell Romelu Lukaku with Tottenham and Everton very keen. Kyle Walker is losing his battle to recover for Tottenham's trip to Liverpool on Sunday as he struggles to shake off a pelvic problem. Juan Mata has proved himself the perfect 10 for United, according to Darren Fletcher, while boss David Moyes thinks the Spaniard can have a similar impact to David Silva at City. Stoke City chairman Peter Coates has hailed Sunday's historic victory at Aston Villa as the club's ...
A Manchester United XI will take on Swansea City on August 13 for Alan Tate's Testimonial. The Reds will travel to the Liberty Stadium for the Tuesday night fixture in the week leading up to the big kick-off for the 2013/2014 Barclays Premier League. Swans centre-back Tate started his career with United as a trainee and had a loan spell at Royal Antwerp before joining his current club, initially on a temporary basis. The 30-year-old spent some of last term on loan with Leeds United but is being rewarded for his stay in Wales with a night to remember against the Reds. "I'm extremely grateful to the club and Manchester United for granting me this testimonial," Tate told Swansea's official website. "I spoke to Sir Alex Ferguson before he announced his retirement and he was really supportive. "It was great to go back there a few weeks ago to say farewell, thank him and see a few old faces. I still keep in regular contact with Darren Fletcher and, in fairness, Sir Alex has always asked him how I was getting on ...
Manchester United v Newcastle 15:00 GMT/19:00 MRU Manchester United Danny Welbeck, Javier Hernandez, Chris Smalling and Darren Fletcher will be among those hoping to be involved, while Rafael Da Silva needs to shrug off the hamstring injury that kept him out of the draw at Swansea City. Man Utd (from): Lindegaard, De Gea, Jones, Smalling, Vidic, Ferdinand Evans, Buttner, Evra, Cleverley, Giggs, Fletcher, Scholes, Carrick, Young, Hernandez, Welbeck, Rooney, Van Persie. Newcastle United Newcastle manager Alan Pardew will be without midfielder Cheick Tiote after the Ivory Coast international collected his fifth booking of the season during Saturday's 1-0 Barclays Premier League victory over QPR and is suspended. Otherwise, Pardew will have only his long-term absentees missing for the game at Old Trafford, with Hatem Ben Arfa, Steven Taylor (both hamstring), Yohan Cabaye (groin) and Ryan Taylor (knee) sidelined. Newcastle (from): Krul, Elliot, Harper, Simpson, Santon, Ferguson, Tavernier, Coloccini, Williamso ...
Fletch: Squad is strong Darren Fletcher feels United are blessed with the strongest squad in the Barclays Premier League. The Reds currently sit six points clear despite another campaign punctuated by injuries, and Scotland captain Fletcher feels strength in depth is the reason the rest of the division are currently trailing. "We always feel we have the strongest squad," Fletcher told PA Sport. "In terms of starting XI and strength in depth we have a real quality squad. There is so much competition for places. "Some of the matches on the training ground are really intense because everyone wants to play and be involved. That is great for the manager. When you get the number of injuries we have had, especially in defence, it is important you have a big squad. "The fact Chris and Phil Jones are coming back, Nemanja is coming back. We have a strong, fit squad with a lot of choices. I think it is the strongest squad around." Fletcher is one of a variety of midfielders at Sir Alex Ferguson's disposal, and he co ...
Premier League champions Manchester City have announced annual losses of £97.9 million. Darren Fletcher is adamant Manchester United have the best squad in the Premier League. Sir Alex Ferguson admits question marks will remain over Nemanja Vidic's fitness until the Serbian proves he has fully recovered. Roberto Mancini is facing a Manchester City personnel crisis that may force him into the January transfer market. Rafael Benitez is confident his side will be able to take home the Barclays Premier League title come the end of this season. Manchester United full-back Rafael urged his team-mates to remain focused and carry on the momentum gathered from beating arch-rivals Manchester City last weekend. Frank Lampard insisted he had "two or three years at least" left to give as an elite footballer - even if Chelsea appeared to think otherwise. Gael Clichy admits Manchester City have yet to find the form which made them champions last season but is confident it will return. Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Reina ad ...
News in brief: Darren Fletcher eyes return to Barclays Premier League action in a shirt:
Fletcher eyes league chance Darren Fletcher is looking forward to getting back into Barclays Premier League action but is willing to bide his time. The Scotland international, who is away with Craig Levein's squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers, has made great strides in coming back to football after being diagnosed with ulcerative colitis. Although figuring in both Champions League ties and the Capital One Cup win over Newcastle, the last time the 28-year-old was on the pitch in the league was back in November 2011 when he came on as a substitute at Swansea's Liberty Stadium. "It's what it's all about," he told MUTV. "Getting as many games as possible. "I know the manager has got such a big squad now, especially in the midfield area, and there is a lot of competition for places. I have to be patient and wait for my chances but, hopefully, one will come around sooner rather than later. "I think my general fitness is fine, it's just match fitness - the sharpness, reaction times, things in your head ...
The Times runs a transfer window special, spotlighting each Barclays Premier League club. On the Reds, it claims: "In his bid to wrest back the title, Sir Alex Ferguson wants to inject more pace and dynamism into his team. The manager will also hope Nemanja Vidic and Darren Fletcher make full recoveries from injury and illness respectively to bolster his options. Despite the arrival of Shinji Kagawa, who is comfortable in a wide or central attacking position, United require at least one central midfielder. Ferguson is also in the market for a left back and a striker. There is money to spend but it is hard to envisage the club spending more than £25million on a single player, and the wages demanded by the best remain an obstacle. Dimitar Berbatov and Federico Macheda [will be surplus to requirements]. Paul Pogba [is rumoured to be signing] for Juventus, Fabio da Silva will join QPR on loan and Michael Owen has been released. United would listen to offers for Anderson and JI-sung Park. Elsewhere, plenty of ...
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