you could argue that point of both accounts, did giggs play the ball to late? or did anderson show is inexperience by not holding his run?dovorian said:I can understand bringing Giggs on, to put his appearences up, but it Nani was in giggs position, he would have played it early and we would have had a oppertunity to relax for the last 5 minuites. Anderson has the potiential, and SAF has the ability to make him a world great.
i think we'll see scholes back to his best when he's playing along side hargreaves. while he's playing alongside carrick he has to play deeper coz niether can tackle, as soon as hargreaves is fully fit the leash can be let off scholes, as we all know his best work is dont the final 3rd, and not as a deep playing midfieldersimonhla said:I honestly believe that Anderson will become one of the most important signings for years to come for United. Many people see him as a forward player but I think he has shown remarkable adeptness in his short career to play much deeper. He has a credible workrate which people do not give him credit for and is not afraid of a tackle, a point perfectly illustrated by his brief cameo on Tuesday.
This season we have begun to see the interminable decline of United legend Paul Scholes. Undoubtedly the ginger wizard still has much to contribute but United seem to be lacking a a driving creativity from the middle of the park. Putting Carrick and scholes together is currently looking very one dimensional with neither regularly venturing upfield.
Anderson I believe is the perfect fit for the centre of the park and eventually combining him with the workaholic Hargreaves will give united a perfect blend in defence and attack. I am sure that Anderson not only has the all round flair and ability to suceed in this role but he also has the grit and stamina. I for one am excited by the future.