Darren Fletcher & Capital One Cup
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 Football League Cup, commonly known as the League Cup or, from recent sponsorship, the Capital One Cup, is an English association football competition. /5
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Louis van Gaal maintained his unbeaten record as Manchester United boss following a penalty shootout win over Inter Milan in Washington DC. All five United penalty takers found the net in a 5-3 showdown that followed a 0-0 draw after 90 minutes. United only registered one shot on target in the first half, but they upped their game after the break. Substitute Wilfried Zaha, making his first appearance of the tour, was particularly impressive playing as a striker, as was Luke Shaw. Zaha, and Tom Cleverley were unlucky not to be awarded penalties in normal time at the FedEx Field. David de Gea only had one save to make during the match and he watched Marco Andreoli hit the bar from 12 yards, which allowed Darren Fletcher to fire home the winner. Fletcher, Ashley Young, Javier Hernandez, Cleverley and Shinji Kagawa all scored fine penalties. It was a far better performance from 12 yards than the dismal 2-1 shootout defeat to Sunderland in the Capital One Cup semi-final under David Moyes last year. After beati ...
Rafael is happy to see Darren Fletcher back in action. David Moyes says the job was done at Villa Park but also insists he wants more improvements. Wigan Athletic coach is hopeful that Manchester United allow Nick Powell to complete his loan spell for full season. Manchester United's U-21 midfielder Charni Ekangamene has been given a first team squad number by David Moyes, his jersey no. is 43. More on him he is a defensive holding midfielder and has been a regular team player for U-21's. And is a Belgian and just 19 years old. Maybe David Moyes might hand him a Capital One Cup debut if not full match maybe as a sub.
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 boss also confirms Darren Fletcher will play against Newcastle in the Capital One Cup, and perhaps against Tottenham.
Wayne Rooney and Darren Fletcher both spoke of their delight after making long-awaited returns to the Manchester United starting line-up in their Capital One Cup third round victory over Newcastle at Old Trafford.
Sir Alex Ferguson was satisfied and encouraged by his side's performance in the Capital One Cup triumph against Newcastle. United progressed to a blockbuster tie in the fourth round at Chelsea despite fielding a very inexperienced defence and handing out a total of four senior debuts on the night at Old Trafford. "I'm very pleased," he admitted. "First of all, given the tie was an all-Premier League one and Newcastle are probably a stronger team than us physically, we played some fantastic football. We kept on playing our football and perservered with that and had good composure in our game. "I was really pleased with that and I think we deserved to win. Newcastle are a very powerful team so it's good to get through that one. "Wayne Rooney and Darren Fletcher were excellent - Wayne understandably tired a little towards the end but that was to be expected. I'm really pleased for the both of them. They have all done really well. Some of them tired but that was understandable as it was a first game for some ...
Interview with Wayne Rooney and Darren Fletcher after the Manchester United Vs Newcastle Capital One Cup.game. They talk about both coming back into the team...
Tom Cleverley scored his first Manchester United goal as the Red Devils edged out Newcastle to secure a place in the Capital One Cup fourth round. With Wayne Rooney making a successful comeback from his gashed thigh and Darren Fletcher completing the full 90 minutes on his first start since it was revealed he was suffering from a chronic bowel complaint 10 months ago, it was a satisfactory evening for Sir Alex Ferguson's men. - Blog: Rooney's return leads to League Cup win Papiss Cisse did give the hosts a scare when he followed up his first goal of the season by crashing a late overhead kick against the bar. Anderson had put Ferguson's side in front just before the break, and United's youthful defence held on to seal a last-16 berth. Despite recording five successive victories since that disappointing defeat at Everton in their opening game, there still seems to be an obvious deficiency in the red ranks. A demand for midfield reinforcements has gone unheeded by Sir Alex Ferguson since before Paul Scholes ...
Darren Fletcher is expected to make his first start for Manchester United in 10 months when they take on Newcastle in the Capital One Cup at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed that Darren Fletcher will make his first start (v Newcastle United in the Capital One Cup n ...
Darren Fletcher will start for Manchester United against Newcastle on Wednesday in the Capital One Cup
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson sees the Capital One Cup tie with Newcastle United as Darren Fletcher's comeback game. Fletcher is now fully recovered from his serious bowl complaint. "I have to make my mind up about Darren," said Ferguson."I am just looking at the options but it is a possibility. The important thing is that he is back in the squad. "I am looking at the Newcastle cup tie as a starting point for him because we alter the make-up of the side for these games. "At this moment in time, everything is looking fine for him. "We understand the type of condition he has to deal with and it could change. "But hopefully he has managed to conquer all that in terms of his diet and how he handles it."
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