Open Mic: Manchester United My Modern(ish) Dream XI
My Manchester United dream team, is quite a modern one... I'm only 15 so only MEGA Legends of the old teams will be here!
Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson. The greatest and most decorated manager in my lifetime so Sir Alec is a certainty.
Goalkeeper: Peter Schmeichel. In my opinion the worlds greatest keeper. United's new keeper signing always is to try and replace him.
Right Back: Gary Neville. The only real right back that I could put here due to him being the only right back I've seen play more or less.
Right Centre Back: Rio Ferdinand. One of the modern era legends of Manchester United.
Left Centre Back: John O'Shea. An odd choice but O'Shea is seriously under-rated and can play in any defence or midfield position—a real all-rounder.
Left Back: Nemanja Vidic. A tough, hard defender—face this man at your own will! A superb defender well worth his low transfer budget.
Right Midfielder: Christiano Ronaldo. A definite. The king of the step over, a show-boater, and goal scorer to please the crowds and make the game enjoyable.
Right Centre Midfield: Roy Keane. A great back-up for defence, but could also pull some quite magnificent goals.
Left Centre Midfield: Sir Bobby Charlton. A good midfielder with excellent passing and could score magnficant goals.
Left Midfield: Ryan Giggs (1999). Perfect left winger in his hay-day with swift runs, headers, crosses, and perfect goals. This kid had it all.
Right Forward: George Best. Perfect forward was a true legend and true striker.
Left Forward: Eric Cantona. King Eric—need i say more?
Substitute: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Asked to be substitute so he could spectate the opposing teams defence and exploit their weaknesses and score amazing goals.
Substitutes: Denis Law. A good midfielder and goalscorer and with a team of quality. Hard to find a space for him.
Substitutes: Dennis Irwin. Would be a good left back or just roaming player if needed.
Substitutes: Ruud Van Nistelrooy. A great striker of excellent quality and scored brilliant goals.
Substitutes: David Beckham. A great winger, excellent free kick taker, and finisher.
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