Connect with us

EPL

Hojlund reveals note he wrote at 10 to prove his dream was always to join Man Utd

Published

on

Hojlund reveals note he wrote at 10 to prove his dream was always to join Man Utd
SV banner Promo

Rasmus Hojlund, Manchester United‘s new £72 million striker, has revealed that his childhood dream was to play for the club, and he even has evidence to back it up.

At the age of ten, Hojlund wrote a note for a school project outlining his two ambitions in football.

SportVectru app to earn

Now, a decade later, he has accomplished both of those dreams, making them a reality.

Hojlund’s story is a testament to the power of dedication and hard work in achieving one’s aspirations, as he fulfills his childhood dreams by joining one of the world’s most iconic football clubs.

Rasmus Hojlund proudly shared a message he had written ten years ago with TV2 Sport:

“My goal is to play for the Danish national team and for Manchester United.”

He’s dreams have materialized step by step. His first dream of representing his country at the senior level came true in September with his six caps.

Recently, his second dream was fulfilled as Manchester United successfully secured his signing from Atalanta, even amidst last-minute interest from PSG.

Hojlund told his home-country’s TV station:

“It’s about dreaming big and daring to dream big. Otherwise you will not reach your goals.

“It’s rare you get everything in one package, but I’d say everything has just come together with me and Manchester United. It’s a perfect match.

“Right now the club is going through a process, and I would very much like to be a part of it.

“This is also why I have chosen to come here now, because I feel I can grow with the club, and hopefully we can win a lot of trophies together.”

Hojlund also shared a heartwarming image from his childhood, in which he posed alongside his younger brothers Emil and Oscar, all donning Manchester United jerseys.

In the photo, Rasmus sported a black shirt, while his brothers were clad in red.

Hojlund added:

“I think that Rasmus at ten would probably be “buzzing”, as they say over here in England.

“(He) set himself a goal, so that’s what I’ve gone after.”

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

EPL

Rashford in car crash after Burnley game while driving £700k Rolls-Royce

Published

on

Rashford in car crash after Burnley game while driving £700k Rolls-Royce
SV banner Promo

Manchester United star Marcus Rashford experienced a car accident after yesterday’s match against Burnley.

The incident occurred as he was leaving United’s Carrington base in his £700,000 Rolls-Royce, shortly after the team had returned from Turf Moor. Videos from the scene showed Rashford’s badly damaged car and a toppled traffic island pole nearby.

SportVectru app to earn

Fortunately, Rashford was shaken but not seriously injured, according to a source.

In an Instagram post, he reassured his fans, saying, “3 points on the road! I’m alright guys thanks for the messages.”

Police responded to the scene, but no arrests were made, and no ambulances were needed. Rashford’s teammate and captain, Bruno Fernandes, also stopped to offer assistance.

Images from the area afterward revealed traffic cones and barriers around the damaged traffic island, along with scattered debris.

Rashford is known for owning several luxury vehicles, including the £700k Black Badge Wraith involved in the crash, a £390k Black Badge Cullinan, a £560k Cullinan Blue Shadow (acquired last month), a £280,000 McLaren 765 Long Tail, and a £350,000 Lamborghini Urus Performante.

Continue Reading

EPL

‘It was always the plan’ – Virgil van Dijk explains Nunez penalty against LASK

Published

on

'It was always the plan' - Virgil van Dijk explains Nunez penalty against LASK
SV banner Promo

Virgil van Dijk has heaped praise on Darwin Nunez for his standout performance in Liverpool’s recent Europa League match against LASK.

Nunez played a pivotal role in the match as Liverpool found themselves trailing 1-0, but Nunez’s contribution turned the tide in their favor, ultimately leading to a 3-1 victory.

SportVectru app to earn

Nunez’s crucial moment came in the form of a penalty kick in the second half. Just before Nunez stepped up to take the penalty, Virgil van Dijk briefly held the ball and appeared as though he might take the spot-kick himself. This momentary delay allowed Nunez to maintain his composure and focus on the task at hand.

Van Dijk also emphasized the significance of the mental aspect of these high-pressure moments in matches, highlighting the importance of maintaining one’s composure and mental fortitude when facing critical situations.

He said: “You have to make sure you protect at least the penalty spot. It’s a bit of a mind game there – maybe they were going to try and get in your head.

“It was always the plan that Darwin was going to take it, and I’m glad he scored.”

Van Dijk additionally added that Nunez is beginning to show the world what’s really going on with him:

“Darwin was very important for us against LASK and long may it continue. Up front, the competition is quite good.”

“They all have to push each other and it’s good to see. Everyone has a role to play whether you start or not. Everyone has now seen the potential and the quality he has.”

Continue Reading

EPL

REVEALED: When Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw will be back in Man Utd squad

Published

on

REVEALED: When Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw will be back in Man Utd squad
SV banner Promo

According to reports from ESPN, there are growing concerns within Manchester United regarding the injury timelines of Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, with expectations now suggesting they may not return until at least November.

In fact, it’s a possibility that both players will only be available for the game against Everton on November 25, meaning they would be sidelined for the majority of the month.

SportVectru app to earn

Shaw’s last appearance for Manchester United was in their defeat to Tottenham Hotspur, after which he suffered a muscle injury and has been struggling to recover since.

Wan-Bissaka, on the other hand, sustained a hamstring injury during the match against Brighton & Hove Albion last weekend.

Manchester United has been grappling with a series of off-field issues and injuries this season, resulting in a disappointing start despite the high expectations following last season’s performance.

Continue Reading

Trending

Home
Live Scores
Use App
Live TV
Channel