Javier Hernandez: Will he proved to be a bad buy.

India
September 15, 2010 8:10am CST
Manchester United, arguably one of the best clubs in the world, aroused great anticipation of a new star on the block by signing the Mexico international, Javier Hernandez. How good is he gonna prove himself to be? Only time can tell. He already grabbed my attention at the ManU friendly versus the MLS all stars but seriously I don't consider MLS even a fair match for ManU. The Community Shield match was ok with Chicarito scoring what looked like a comedy of errors. So how good do think he's gonna be? The next Cristiano Ronaldo or just another name in the shadows?
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@bololobo (177)
• Thailand
15 Sep 10
on my view, Nani will be the next CR7, not Chicarito, Chicarito seems to be the next "angel face"
• India
15 Sep 10
Angel face? Good one. But as for Nani, I wish he becomes the next Nani only and not CR7. Chicarito has a long way to go. Hope he does well. We'll just have to wait and watch. Thanks for your comment. Looking forward to a few more responses.
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
16 Sep 10
Yes, the jury is out on Chicharito. Whatever I have seen so far, I am not entirely convinced he is a Man U player. But it is early days and a player usually takes some time to settle down in the fast paced EPL. So I am willing to give him a couple of more months to really stamp his authority. Till now all the goals he has scored seem to have an element of luck involved in them. I have not yet seen him change the complexion of the game with a good goal, so till that happens I am one of the doubters of Hernandez. Cheers! Ram
@adhyz82 (36263)
• Indonesia
15 Sep 10
wow..do you watch a mexico play in world cup south africa 2010? chacarito play superb..and he is one of the best player for mexico in that events...iam so sorry if i dont agree with your opinion..you are too early to say that he is not good.give him time. he must adapt with english league and style