Ole Gunnar is steering the club in the right direction but they have not delivered consistently over a long enough period of time to be considered outright title favorites. For now, the two clubs with the best shot remain Manchester City and Liverpool. Continue reading ManUnited making progress but not yet favorites for title
Crystal Palace bounced on a hat trick of errors from Victor Lindelof to beat United at Old Trafford, in what was United’s first game of the new season. Continue reading MUN 1-3 CRY: United still in preseason mode
The two strong favorites and past winners will play each other while the other six, with zero UCL triumphs to their name collectively, will ensure the semi finals have three outsiders, giving us a 75% chance of having a new winner. Continue reading UCL Quarter Finals: Paving the Way For A First Time Winner?
United are on the right track under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. To really challenge for top honours, they now need to improve an already good squad into a team of world beaters like Manchester City and Liverpool. Continue reading ManUtd not so magnificent after all
Much has been said of the Pogba-Fernandes partnership in central midfield but the duo cannot sustainably work in tandem in the long term. Continue reading Three-man midfield to get the best out of Bruno and Pogba
The final rule would be something like this: If a player was developed in a club’s academy, is under the age of 23 and has played less than 38 games for the first team in all official competitions, the player would be eligible for one of the two under-23 substitute places on the bench. Then, during any game a manager has the right to five substitutions, as long as the players used in two of these substitutions fit the aforedescribed criteria. Continue reading Five subs rule should be tweaked and kept next season
While fans would surely welcome the return of football, even if it’s behind closed doors, some players and managers have responded negatively to leagues being resumed too quickly. Continue reading Football is back!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all top level leagues are now suspended until further notice. Plenty of solutions have been brought forward, with many believing all competitions should be canceled, skipping the 2019-2020 season as if it never happened but the Overhead Kick would like to make the case for resumption once the pandemic is over, for this seems to be the only solution that … Continue reading Resuming Leagues After Pandemic Is Only Fair Solution
Solskjaer has often been maligned by fans and pundits alike for his inexperience but he has shut critics up recently. Three wins against Chelsea and City are tough for any team to achieve, let alone in one season. Continue reading Solskjaer’s Plan Showing Positive Signs
There is no reason why a club of this magnitude cannot have a more competent and efficient team in charge of transfers. United should be able to negotiate deals to long term targets a bit more easily and avoid drawn-out sagas, which frankly do not help the team, the fans and the coach. Continue reading United’s Frustrating Transfer Sagas