is one signing enough

India
September 5, 2008 4:12am CST
It is very true that finally manchester united have signed Dimi but is one signing for the whole season enough?
2 responses
• India
5 Sep 08
Of course one signing is enough for united for the whole season as we already have a replacement for every position. Maybe it would have been better if we could keep silvestre for another season as it would lend solidity to our defence. I'm sure he's been sold for the same reason as that of saha. Moreover, at united its about the team winning rather than group of individuals(chelsea). We have a very strong squad and once everyone has satisfactorily overcome injuries, United will be the undisputed champions of england and europe. We didn't have to buy many players. If I'm not wrong, our squad has somewhere around 30 players which include players from the academy like evans, possebon etc. We've also signed a couple of clild prodigies. Don't know their names though. Both are 16, one from AS Roma and other from Ireland. We have a very strong squad, we don't need too many people.
• India
10 Sep 08
I agree with you but on the other hand i slightly disagree with you as well there are certain places where there is no like to like replacement like in the case of evra there is no optimum replacement you have to use O'Shea as a make shift Replacement and the wingers with the absence of Ronaldo,Giggs,Nani there is no Proper attacking edge,though Flecther has done Quite a wonderful job but i dont feel he still does not bring what Ronaldo's, gigg,s and nani,s can bring.
• Zambia
11 Sep 08
That is a great view and thanks for agreeing with him.
@nickventere (1424)
• Zambia
7 Sep 08
For the moment, yes, because we have enough on our plate. Take into consideration that we need Dimi pretty very much to bolster our striking force. We have the twins and Manucho, too!
• India
10 Sep 08
we do have twins and Manucho but they have relatively low or infact no no experience playing in England.