]Too risky they kept trying to create goals and messing up perfect opportunities to pass it sideways and retain possession. Same reason Januzaj was about as welcome as a fart in a space suit last year.
Ah balls, missed that, well done sir.Ooh, didn't see that. Points deducted.
Haha. Some of his goals had Old Trafford Rockin'. Robin van Persie's often had a similar effect.Ah balls, missed that, well done sir.
Nani's free-kicks went straight in, right? I don't remember any going in Off The Wall. He could potentially be one of the best wingers on the face of the Earth. Song, Rigobert or Alex, are shite in comparison, Nani could be the top Man. In the Mirror or the Sun newspapers we will probably expect to see some nonsense saying it's a done deal, won't We? Are the World Cup finals being held when he is 31?
I'm done now, thanks.
tbf I think Nani's willingness to track back was massively underrated. The problem is that he's no good at it.Great talent but one of the most frustrating players we've had in many a year.
Just wouldn't cut it with Jose. Especially with defensive duties that will be asked of him.
Is he really the best available winger out there?
If there's one manager who can get the best out of him it's Mourinho. Nani is a flair/confidence player and Jose knows how to spike a player's confidence.I loved Nani when he was at United but there is no need to go back for him now.
We should be aiming for exciting young players that are only going to improve, and it looks like Nani has already peaked and is now on the decline.
If we did end up getting him then the one positive would be that Mourinho would be desperate to get the best out of him, other mangers we've had treated him harshly compared to other players which was frustrating.
Another positive thing would be a low transfer fee and I couldn't see his wages being that high so if he ended up being disappointing it wouldn't be the end of the world.
If it is true that we're after Embolo and are able to sign him then I would love to also bring Nani in to improve the squad, but if we're going to rely on him as our main RW next season then I would be left feeling disappointed.
Right, this makes much more sense!
This can't be true. He's not good enough...never was imo!
Well that's not saying much is it.Nani's biggest problem at United was that he wasn't Ronaldo - Especially when many expected him to fill that role.
Yes he was inconsistent and wasn't a star, but he is twice the player that Jesse Lingard will ever be. Have no idea why LVG sold Nani or Di Maria.
One portion of one season out of what 6-7 seasons? Hardly backs up your argument for him being good enough. He always flattered to deceive.Agree with the first part, but definitely not the second! It'd be pretty dumb to bring him back now, and I don't think these links are really that true, but Nani was phenomenal for a solid portion of 10-11 and more than good enough for most of his tenure at United. Really think that cup game against chelsea tainted people's view of him for the worse and unfortunately for the long term. Admittedly nani was my favorite player but definitely harsh to say he was never good enough.
This.Imagine that we pay him to play for another club then later pay a transfer fee for him back. Nice.