Man United legend Bryan Robson certain Griezmann is perfect for Mourinho’s side

first_imgFormer Manchester United captain Bryan Robson believes Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann is exactly the type of player the Red Devils should be bringing in.Recent reports have claimed that the French international has expressed his desire to leave the Spanish capital this summer after three years with Diego Simeone’s side.United are huge admirers of the undoubtedly talented player and Robson, now an ambassador at the club where he enjoyed huge success, believes the 26-year-old would be perfect.“Griezmann is a top class player. We know that he wants to leave Atletico Madrid but he’s the sort of player that United would want to bring in,” Robson told Jim White on talkSPORT“He’s definitely a player who’s got the quality to be a United player.”Current Red Devils captain Wayne Rooney faces an uncertain summer with his future at the club far from clear.But Robson still believes the club’s all-time top scorer still has something to offer the team.“I think it’s been a difficult year for Wayne,” added the United legend.“He’s been in and out of the team and I think to get the best out of Wayne Rooney he needs to be playing week in and week out.“But with Zlatan’s injury we are a little bit bare as far as forwards at the club.“The club would be looking to sign a forward, I am sure of that, and that’s why Griezmann keeps getting mentioned.“But I think Wayne could still do a job for the club and I hope that the manager wants him to stay, and Wayne wants to stay, and I still think he can do a role for the club.”last_img read more


first_imgPix: Gabrielle Gallagher, St Mary’s ConvoyWords By Donal O Searcaigh: Development Officer with Donegal Ladies GFA: A Festival of Football was what was on show this morning at St Mary’s GAA club in Convoy, brilliant hosts of the All-County U12 blitz. From 9.30am buses, cars and walkers converged for this county Development Blitz.By 10.05am all teams had signed in and were ready for action,18 clubs teams were ready to do battle for their own clubs honour.After a short briefing on the aims of the Blitz to club coaches we were ready for the off.And at 10.30am on the button we had our first games up and running and in total – through the sun, rain and and wee breeze – we got all 34 games played. Four new young whistlers took charge of all the games –  Jade Leeper from MacCumhaills, Aideen Meehan from Dungloe, Caoimhe MacPhaidin O’Domhnaill from Gaoth Dobhair and Ciaran Gallagher from Naomh Muire.It was great to see new referees starting up and well done!The clubs and Club Coaches are to be complimented for getting their teams there on time and playing some fine sporting games throughout the day.The organising committee did an excellent job in running the competition so well on the day and are to be congratulated.A very special and big THANK YOU must go to the St Mary’s Club in Convoy for the use of their fine sporting facilities and the team of club members who made sure everything was played in a safe and secure environment.It was also great to see our county senior ladies there to cheer on and offer advice to the young stars of the future. Finally the young girls and their families who took part today should be commended – without your commitment to our game we could not have such a great day of football!Mol an Óige!Donal Some of the Donegal Senior Ladies squad were on hand to give encouragement to the teams PICTURE SPECIAL: FESTIVAL OF GIRLS FOOTBALL AT ALL-COUNTY U-12 BLITZ was last modified: July 12th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:convoyDevelopment squadDonegal Ladies GFCSt Mary’s GAA clublast_img read more