Proof Is in the Early Season Form: Covered with a Dollop of 8-2 Custard
For one to admonish Sir Alex's decision not to sign Sneijder they would have had to derive a semblance of validity for their argument from the opening four games.
To me that semblance is negligible, if it is even visible.
Admittedly the defence and goalkeeper have suffered some hairy moments, but Sneijder is neither a defender or goalkeeper.
The central midfield duo of 21-year-old Cleverley and 23-year-old Anderson, have passed and every test with flying colours, and show every sign of maturing yet further as a duo.
Anderson in particular has been exceptional, while Cleverley, suddenly catapulted on to the main-stage after a series of lower league loan spells, has adjusted incredibly. Such a trend, when the duo in question raw at such an infantile stage of both their careers and partnership, can hardly fail but to exacerbate.
Why change a winning formula?
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