Sold Nistelrooy is Sir Alex Ferguson's mistakes ??

May 18, 2007 4:09am CST
This year, Manchester United begin this season by sale Nistelrooy to Madrib. Manchester United win the premier league and Nistelrooy become a top scorer in Madrid. How do you think about this ? Is Sir Alex Ferguson make a mistake by sale a Nistelrooy or he is make a right decision ??
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@darkness01 (1304)
18 May 07
At the time that i heard the news that he had been sold to Madrid i was worried and concerned about where the goals would come from for Utd. Even with the successful premiership campaign that saw Manchester United win back the league title i still feel Utd lack a world class striker and this should be top of the shopping list for the start of the next season.
• Indonesia
19 May 07
Yup....the top list in transfer period is buying a world class striker, who can play together with ROoney and ROnaldo. Thanks for the response
• Ireland
13 Jun 07
Man united don't need a new striker, or a "world class" striker. We scored more goals this season than ANY season we had Ruud Van Nistelrooy.... These so called "20+ goal" scores are selfish, and team goals are sacrificed. Were are better off without a target man, that way the whole team gets goal scoring opportunities.
@wubo123 (55)
• China
19 May 07
I think it is not a mistake for Sir Alex Ferguson.He has builded the truimph and taken them to the top of the world.Therefore ,he should be a shrewd businessman in the market of the football palyers.His done should be the good choice for Manchester United .
@deblenk78 (133)
• Indonesia
19 May 07
I don't think so no mistake,because sir alex ferguson know how he do..
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
18 May 07
I think Sir Alex is a shrewd mover in the market. He disposes of players when they are at their peak market value and their game begins to waver a bit. When he sold Beckham there were question marks and this were raised again after his excellent start at Real Madrid, but after that the player has been a pale shadow of himself. Similarly, I think he has offloaded Van Nistelrooy just as he was going off pace in the EPL. Remember La Liga is less physical and thus Van Nistelrooy direct approach has better chance of success there. Cheers! Ram