Dimitar Berbatov

CAN RASHFORD LEAD UNITED’S ATTACK IN FUTURE?

Marcus Rashford might not have lived to all of the hype after last season but he most certainly proved that he was a player good enough to lead Manchester United’s attack very soon.

While all fronts at Manchester United needs an overhaul, Rashford remains a player that can fight for a shirt even at the biggest stage.

In the game against the league leaders, Rashford played as lead striker as Zlatan Ibrahimovic was out. Despite playing upfront, the Three Lions player was effective in the team’s play. He threatened Gary Cahill and David Luiz with his pace and skills.

FERGUSON: I WASN’T FAIR TO BERBATOV

Manchester United former manager Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed that he was not fair to former player of the club DimitarBerbatov whilst he played at Old Trafford.

Ferguson says he should have placed the Bulgarian star in the substitutes’ list in the game against Spanish side Barcelona.

That was the second time that Ferguson led the team to the UEFA Champions League final within three years. Ferguson faced a selection headache ahead of the anticipated clash.

BERBATOV RETURNS BACK TO MANCHESTER UNITED

Free-agent Berbatov is reportedly on his way back to Manchester United to work under Mourinho for a week.

Berbatov will travel to London with his friends before they head up to Manchester.
It could be recalled that the former Bulgarian international sometimes in November expressed interest in returning to the premier league as he has been without a club after leaving PAOK in June.

BRADLEY: BERBATOV ON MY RADAR

The boss man at Swansea City, Bob Bradley has said that his eyes are on DimitarBerbatov, who had previously played on striking levels for Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspurs.

Berbatov, 35 years old, left Greek side, PAOK in the middle of the year, June precisely and has been a free agent ever since then. Bradley also knows of Berbatov's desire to get back into the Premier League.

"I have met Dimitar a few times and I know he is anxious to get back into the Premier League," Bradley said.

Palermo Interested in Signing DimitarBerbatov on a Free

Palermo are reportedly considering the possibility of signing former Manchester United and Tottenham striker DimitarBerbatov in the summer.

They will not be limited by the constraints of the transfer window since the striker is available on a free transfer after having left Greek side PAOK at the end of last season. Berbatov is regarded as one of the finest strikers in world football at his best. Even though age may have slowed him down, his talent still remains a lethal weapon. Even though he is 35 years old, it is understood that the striker is not ready to give up his playing career just yet.

Berbatov at Spurs

It has been ten years this month that DimitarBerbatov signed for Tottenham Hotspur. He was in a sense the player that brought Spurs in the limelight.

Very often it was the striker that came up with the all-important goal that allowed Tottenham to win or a snatch a draw in the Premier League.

It is the arrival of the lanky striker that sparks a revival at Tottenham and helped them establish themselves a genuine contender for the European places. Indeed, before the arrival of the striker Tottenham Hotspur was a midtable side and in some cases battling relegation. Since his arrival from Bayer Leverkusen, DimitarBerbatov will establish himself as an important player in the team.

DIMITAR BERBATOV LEAVES PAOK WITH NEW HAIR

Dimitar Berbatov will leave Greek football this summer after his former club PAOK refused to offer him a new deal.

The player suffered a lot of injuries in the past season that affected his time available for games for the club, but the club wants him out. The player was prone to a lot of injuries as well when he was playing in the English Premier League.

In a press conference last month, the club’s president Lubos Michel said that Dimitar Berbatov did his best for the team, but that the club decided to opt out of contract renewal talks based on his performance in the season ended. The

DimitarBerbatov’s brace not enough to beat England in charity match

Former Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspurs striker DimitarBerbatov scored two goals for the Rest of the World but was unable to prevent them from being beaten 3-2.

The charity match Soccer Aid was held at Old Trafford and opposed an England to a Rest of the World team.

Both teams consisted of a blend of retired football players and international stars. The England side consisted of star players such as Jermain Defoe, Jamie Carragher, Sol Campbell, Phil Neville and Robbie Fowler. Among the international stars England had Olly Murs and Robbie Williams in the team.

The Rest of the World team, on the other hand, had players such as Ronaldinho, Cafu, and Edgar Davids and managed by Claudio Ranieri.

Dimitar Berbatov may Join MLS in Summer

Dimitar Berbatov is reportedly considering the possibility of joining the MLS in the summer.

The striker’s contract with Greek outfit PAOK runs out at the end of the campaign. He joined the club in the summer on a free transfer from Monaco. Despite having cost nothing in terms of transfer fees, the deal has been seen as a disappointing one from both parties. Berbatov has struggled for goals and this has led to a reduction in game time. He has managed only four goals in 14 league appearances this campaign. In his defence, the player says that most of the appearances have been as a substitute.

Igor Tudor removed as Manager after using Tough Words

Igor Tudor has had to pay the price of using some tough words for his players as he has been removed as the manager of Salonika.

The club has, however, stressed that it’s not the only factor which has caused Tudor lose his job and he has been axed more because of the unfavourable outcomes in the recent matches.

But, Tudor was not even one year into the job and with the fact that he had had a 3-year deal; nobody could have anticipated such a quick removal of his. The ‘outcomes’, as stated in the club’s media release, had obviously not been the greatest, but, still, it was not the perfect time for the assessment of his position.

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