Van Gaal said that Di Maria should not be seen as a ‘miracle’

Di Maria to Manchester UnitedLouis van Gaal does not want Angel di Maria to be seen as a “miracle” for Manchester United, something that local bookies fans know is very important, especially after the team’s drop of form.

On Thursday, the Argentina international – who this week joined the ranks United from Real Madrid for a British record of £59.7million – was next to the Dutch manager during a press conference that took place at Old Trafford.

Di Maria’s arrival was able to boost a side that could only take a single point in the Premier League from the first six, and suffered a very embarrassing loss to third-tier club MK Dons at the Capital One Cup.

However, Van Gaal warned that United were still looking to rebuild the squad, and that the job is an extensive one.

Wilfried Zaha will return to Crystal Palace for the season on loan

Wilfried Zaha - Mnachester UnitedCrystal Palace’s fans and sports software services were thrilled to learn that the club decided to re-sign a 21-year-old Wilfried Zaha from Manchester United on loan until the season comes to an end.

Before the 2013-14 season, the very talented winger, who many pundits believe has the potential to become a rising star in the sport, made his move from Palace to United for a fee that was undisclosed.

However, Zaha – under the guidance of new United manager David Moyes – was only able to feature four times in all matches, and this disappointed many fans, as they were sure that if given the chance, he could have done a great job for the team if he featured more, and believe that this could have boosted his morale.

Sports software services remember that in January, the player moved to Cardiff City on loan, but he was again unable to impress on the pitch – leaving many unhappy fans – with only five starts in the Premier League as the Welsh club ended up being relegated, and the player’s future in the sport was also put in doubt – especially by some of the fans.

Lindquist to start as quarterback for the Huskies in their opening game

Jeff LindquistLocal bookies were very excited to learn that sophomore Jeff Lindquist – who many Live betting fans believe has both the brains and skills to work as a top quarterback – will start for the Washington Huskies when the team faces Hawaii on August 30, but pay per head agents have no idea what will happen after that.

“We’ll go with him [Lindquist] and see how he does,” said Chris Petersen, Washington coach.

“He has done a great job in spring through now.”

Pay per head agents were glad to hear this, and local bookies know how much promise the player has.

Local bookies saw that the coach also praised Troy Williams – freshman quarterback who’s also very talented in the game. He said that making a decision between both players was like “splitting hairs.” Live betting fans can fully understand why the coach had trouble deciding between the two, considering how capable both players are at the quarterback position, but Petersen also said that he felt that Lindquist made less mistakes in camp, something that pay per head agents saw increased the sophomore’s chances to start.