Category: Man United

TFB Premier League Log Prediction 2019/20

1. Man City

2. Liverpool

3. Tottenham

4. Arsenal

5. Everton

6. Chelsea

7. Man United

8. Leicester

9. Wolves

10. Watford

11. Bournemouth

12. West Ham

13. Aston Villa

14. Crystal Palace

15. Southampton

16. Burnley

17. Norwich City

18. Brighton & Hove

19. Newcastle United

20. Sheffield United


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer! 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer! 


It feels like Anthony Martial has been playing forever. In 2015 the Frenchman arrived at Old Trafford for £36 million, reaching up to £50 million in add-ons, making him the most expensive teenager in football at the time. Since then Martial has shown glimpses of his talent, but has had his fair share of obstacles in the way. Arrivals of players like Ibrahimovic and Lukaku saw, being pushed out wide and not being trusted as Mourinho’s starting central striker, has limited Martial’s growth.

Martial was Man United’s top goalscorer in his first season with the club, scoring 18 goals in 56 games along with winning the FA Cup and winning the 2015 European Golden Boy Award. Since then Martial has not hit those same heights, but in recent weeks he is coming to the fold, scoring a brace in a 2-2 against Chelsea and slotting away another goal in his previous game against Everton.

With Lukaku benched, Sanchez and Rashford most likely shifted out wide and Man United wanting to renew Martial’s contract for the long term, could this be the season Martial finally sets his position as Man United’s main striker?


– Games: 13 (3 as substitute)

– Goals: 5

– Shots/game: 1.1

– Dribbles/game: 2.7

– Chances Created/game: 1.2


Man United opened the league with a 2-1 win over Leicester City.

Chelsea down Huddersfield 3-0.

Wolves and Everton end on level pegging.

Liverpool smash Southampton, Sadio Mane bags a brace.

Champions Man City beat Arsenal 2-0, the first Premier League game for Arsenal without Wenger since 1996!

Predicted Premier League Table 2018/19

1. Manchester City

2. Liverpool

3. Manchester United

4. Arsenal

5. Chelsea

6. Tottenham Hotspur

7. Everton

8. West Ham United

9. Leicester City

10. Wolverhampton Wanderers

11. Crystal Palace

12. Fulham

13. Burnley

14. Watford

15. Southampton

16. Brighton and Hove Albion

17. Bournemouth

18. Newcastle

19. Huddersfield

20. Cardiff City


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PFA Team of the Year 2017/18

Surprisingly this is Sergio Aguero’s first selection for the XI and David De Gea gets his fifth selection in seven years.