Nathan Dyer back to Swansea, Ben Woodburn signs long-term contract, Mourinho is concerned11th Nov 2016 |
The football world is now on an international break, and we wait with bated breaths for the upcoming Premier League games next weekend. One of the matches we look forward to is the one between Swansea and Everton. Swansea City has recently been given a newfound hope, as it has been known that their winger, Nathan Dyer is returning to training. The winger had a surgery in September after only two appearances for Swansea this year, and he wasn’t supposed to return for two months. But he doesn’t return until after their upcoming match, unfortunately. Swansea is currently six points from safety, and one can only hope that their star winger can help them back to a more comfortable place in the table. Last season, he helped Leicester City win Premiere League. With Dyer back, and the remaining hope of Bob Bradley’s miracles, things may turn around for the Swans.
Ben Woodburn signs new contract
The young talent, Ben Woodburn, has recently signed a long-term contract with Liverpool. He is only 17 years old, and plays for Liverpool’s Under-23 team. He is a great player, and he scored twice during the pre-season friendlies. Liverpool’s manager, Jurgen Klopp himself, has praised Woodburn for his talents on the field. Although he clearly is qualified to play for an English team, Woodburn has expressed that he wants to represent a team from his roots – Wales. This is sad news for us, but we are happy for our neighbours if he decides to leave. Another talent that has signed a new deal is Kevin Stewart. Stewart is only 23 years old, and has actually made a total of 17 appearances for the Reds. Trent Alexander-Arnold is the third one to sign, and he made is first debut in the EFL Cup in October, against the Red’s rival Tottenham. There is a chance that we might see all of these young stars play in Premier League in a few years, and it is always exciting with new talents.Mourinho unhappy
Manchester United has had a rough time in the Premier League-world lately. Yes, they won over Swansea City, but that does not prove anything, as we know their form and quality is much better than the Swans. There were a lot who were certain that Manchester United would join the title fight at the top of the table this season, but with a current 6th place, and the fact that their victory over Swansea was their second win in eight games, the title is far away. They are now eight points behind the table leaders – Liverpool – and that is a long way to go. And with their 2-1 defeat against Fenerbahce, Manchester United is now outside the qualification places in Europa League. Things sure does not look good for the team, and it is understandable that Mourinho is unhappy with the circumstances at the moment. Where is the great team that ensures that Old Trafford is one of the most visited places in England? Let’s just hope they once again can show us how good they are.