you made a few good points but then again your' missing the main point...RedForceRising said:Hmm..... let's see. I remember one member on the site calculating based on 58 games and 2 sstriker spots that there will be 116 starts. Divided by Rooney, Berba and Tevez that's almost 39 starts per striker.
Who was it again? .... oh yeah it was me
There will be enough games to go around and even give Manucho and Wellbeck a few games.
I think Fergie with over a quarter century's worth of management expereince can keep a few egos happy and you;re underestimating him if you don't.
Did tevez deserved to be dopped? No.
Did he deserved to be dropped, because there were only two spots available and Berba + Rooney are clicking and on fire? Yes.
For all his running and he only has one goal to his name, but he is an immense player and we need him as much as Berba and Rooney. He'll get his games when his form becomes better than the other two main strikers.
either that way or when fergie devises a tactic that can accommodate Ronaldo, Rooney, Berbs and Tevez.
i think that the one who opened this thread meant this - did tevez deserve to be dropped when he was first dropped while berbatov and rooney were still sub-standard and finding their feet while tevez was clearly the in-form of the trio...then - NO
but now - probably yes - but then again if he had been given the same time rooney and berba have had on the pitch i think he'd still had delivered---by goals, asissts, whatever...