ManUtd.com correspondent Adam Marshall has heaped praises on former Manchester United stalwart Darren Fletcher who has been on an incredible run since switching sides in 2015.
Since Fletcher’s move to West Brom, the former Manchester United midfielder has impressed on many fronts and Adam marshal believes the midfielder is once Again set to impress when West Brom play Manchester United on Saturday.
When his former employers Manchester United announced the former Scot international was battling with ulcerative in 2011, many feared that his career was at stake considering the rigors and demands of being a midfielder in the premier league.
Nonetheless, hope seems to return once again to the midfielder as he successfully had an operation in 2013 that made it possible for the Scot to salvage his career. In a show of support, former Manchester United Boss, decided to reference the midfielder who had played an integral part in his success at old Trafford in his farewell speech having called pulled the curtain to his stellar career as a manager. Read more »
Darren Fletcher believes that Liverpool is not good enough at the moment in order to win the title.
The Anfield side beat West Brom 2-1 during the weekend in order to move to the third place in the table. Jurgen Klopp declared after the match that his side was in the title race and he believes that they have a good chance to win the title.
However, West Brom midfielder Darren Fletcher does not think that the team has what it takes in order to win the title. He admitted that they would be among the sides that will compete for the title, but he believes that the Premier League is a long season and that there are still many hurdles.
He said that Liverpool has started the season well and that they are playing well at the moment. However, they need to remain consistent if they are going to win the title. Darren Fletcher who has won the title four times while he was at Manchester United said that titles are not won in October and that Liverpool needs to be close to the top in May if they want to be champions. Read more »
It has been rumoured heavily that Scotland manager Gordon Strachan will request midfielder Darren Fletcher to take the captaincy going forward.
Scotland are still dependent on the former Manchester United midfielder, who took an extended break from the game in order to recover from personal health issues. Fletcher has the experience of captaining Scotland after being handed the armband when Barry Ferguson was suspended in 2009. However, since he had to undergo a break from the game, Scotland reverted that decision once he was unavailable for an extended period of time.
Now that he has started playing regularly, Strachan is contemplating the idea of requesting Fletcher to wear the armband once again. This move is expected to help the team do well in the upcoming World Cup 2018 qualification campaign. Even though there are concerns about his age, Strachan seems confident that the midfielder can carry on playing at least until the World Cup. Fletcher will be 34 by the time the World Cup kicks off in Russia. The World Cup qualification for Scotland begins on September 4 with a game against Malta. Fletcher has been playing regularly in the last couple of years and his playing time has only increased after the move to West Brom.
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If you look back at the month of March you will find news about Darren Fletcher.
At that time West Brom was welcoming Manchester United and Darren Fletcher had stated that he had no qualms about having left the club. He is the skipper of West Brom; many people were wondering what kind of reaction the skipper would have about his present club welcoming the skipper’s previous club. The Scot had left Manchester United in 2015 in the month of February. He had joined West Brom since then.
Darren Fletcher had got back to form this year. By March he was about to make his 35th appearance in the current season. That was much more than the number of matches he had played when he had been with Manchester United. The last two years he had been with Manchester United saw him battling a bowel disease that left him out of many matches. Indeed, many had wondered whether Darren would get back to form again.
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Darren Fletcher is being talked about highly by his contemporaries.
The latest to sing his praises has been Matt Gilks, the Rangers goalkeeper. Matt Gilks is the goalkeeper of Glasgow Rangers who has played with Darren Fletcher as a midfielder when they played for Scotland. He has revealed that the way Darren and others like a Kenny Miller train on the field has definitely been an inspiration for him. Matt Gilks is 34 years of age who have joined the Rangers recently in a free transfer mode. He was part of a Burnley team that is on the way of joining the Premier League clubs.
For Gilks it has been inspiring watching Darren and others train when they played for Scotland. Darren is known for the midfield position he has played for Manchester United. He has also played for the national team. For Gilks it was a way of changing his outlook towards his game when he watched Darren and others train on the field. Read more »
Darren Fletcher is a consistent starter for West Bromwich Albion and the veteran midfielder has helped his club in avoiding the bottom relegation zone.
The Scottish player took some time to talk about Tottenham Hotspur, one of the few clubs that managed to stay up to par with Leicester City for the majority of the season.
For the past few years, Tottenham Hotspur has consistently managed to secure a spot in the top 6 positions of the Premier League, however in the latest season they managed to hold their ground and make a genuine charge for the title
The 2015-16 season of the Premier League is hand down the best one that Tottenham Hotspur has went through but it still wasn’t enough for them to clinch the Premier League title as it has already been claimed by Leicester City and according to Darren Fletcher, one of the things that has been stopping Tottenham from winning the English league is due to their lack of experience and killer instinct.
“You’ve got to rise to the pressure and thrive under it. You’ve got to see it as a challenge and win games ugly. You’ve got to throw people in the box and see games out when you’re winning 1-0.Passing the ball out from the back is nice and it’s pretty on the eye but when you’re winning 1-0 against West Brom, you shut up shop, see the game out and hit on the counter-attack.Who knows? It’s not for me to say because Tottenham have had a fantastic season. They’ve been a credit to the league and playing against them is really difficult.” Darren Fletcher of West Bromwich Albion said. Read more »