Darren Fletcher & League 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. In association football, a League Cup or Secondary Cup generally signifies a cup competition for which entry is restricted only to teams in a particular league. 5.0/5

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Darren Fletcher insists his pain at Manchester United's present plight has not been lessened by his successful battle against ulcerative colitis. Fletcher's career was hanging in the balance after he was forced to undergo surgery to cure a medical condition that had bothered him since 2010. Had the procedure not worked, the 30-year-old's life as he knew it would have been shattered. Happily, that particular story had a positive outcome, allowing Fletcher to resume his career at Aston Villa in December, since when the Scot has gone on to make eight appearances, including skippering the Red Devils in their League Cup semi-final against Sunderland. His inspirational story provides an obvious example for youngsters affected in a similar way to follow. "You can be running to the toilet 10, 20, 30 times a day and losing a lot of blood," said the Scotland midfielder. "I ended up in hospital a couple of times on an IV drip. Surgery enabled me to be here today. I'm very fortunate. "I found it difficult, making up ...
Darren Fletcher starting for the U21s tonight. Looks like none of the kids held back for tomorrow's League Cup though
Can it really be a full decade since we first saw Darren Fletcher in a United shirt, arms pumping with characteristic high elbows and leggy lope carrying him to all four corners of the pitch? Well, it is. And although his playing career is on hold for now, in commemoration of this milestone here are 10 matches that define Darren's career. Fletch, we salute you... 12.03.03 United 1-1 Basel, Champions League Fletch’s senior debut and he was in from the start in the Champions League – no League Cup run-out or late sub appearance for the prodigious 19-year-old. Okay, it was a dead rubber with United already qualified for the quarter-finals, but this was still a fancy first feather in Fletcher’s cap. Wearing number 31 and stationed on the right of midfield, he looked in no way out of place for 73 minutes before David Beckham replaced him. 03.04.04 United 1-0 Arsenal, FA Cup semi-final (Villa Park) The first time Fletch showed his ‘big-game player’ credentials. Pitched into a central midfield battle a ...
Manchester United Team News Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will be in a state of ambivalence regarding squad selection. Wayne Rooney and Darren Fletcher have both made successful returns to first-team action, completing 77 and 90 minutes respectively in the 2-1 home win over Newcastle United in the League Cup on Wednesday. Rooney had been out for a month with a deep cut to his thigh following a nasty but accidental challenge from Hugo Rodallega in the win over Fulham, while Fletcher had not started for United in 10 months before the Newcastle game due to ulcerative colitis, a chronic bowel condition. Both should be available for the Spurs game, and considering their impact against Newcastle on Wednesday, the duo could be important players for the Red Devils on Saturday. However, it's not all good news for Manchester United, with both Nemanja Vidic and Antonio Valencia ruled out for the foreseeable future (h/t Daily Mail). Vidic has been ruled out for two months having been plagued by complica ...
Sir Alex Ferguson hails returning Manchester United duo Rooney & Fletcher The pair were selected to start in the Red Devils' 2-1 League Cup victory over Newcastle on Wednesday evening after prolonged absences from the starting line-up By Nicholas McGee Sep 27, 2012 12:24:00 AM UEFA Champions League; Darren Fletcher; Manchester United v Galatasaray Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has praised Wayne Rooney and Darren Fletcher after the pair returned from injury to feature in Wednesday night's League Cup win over Newcastle . The England forward was making his first appearance since sustaining a serious leg gash during a Premier League win over Fulham in August. Meanwhile, Fletcher captained the Red Devilsin his first start since November, after takinga prolonged break to treat a bowel condition
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 ...
Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher is set to make his first starting appearance for ten months on Wednesday as the Red Devils host Newcastle United in the League Cup.
Darren Fletcher is set to continue his return to full fitness with his first competitive start for Manchester United in 10 months when Newcastle visit Old Trafford on Wednesday night for their League Cup clash.
English Premier League Updates wrote: Darren Fletcher is expected to make his first start in 10 months for Manchester United in their League Cup clash with Newcastle at Old Trafford on Wednesday.-BBC
Darren Fletcher, with all due respect, has won the Premier League four times, the League Cup twice, the FA Cup, the Champions League and the FIFA World Cup. Again, no disrespect to Darren, but I think he himself would wholeheartedly agree that Eden Hazard is a better football player than he is.
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