Video: Manchester United training in front of 20,000 fans in Sydney

Posted by - July 19, 2013 - Down Under, Football videos, Manchester United

Some 20,000 fans watched Manchester United in an open training session in Sydney ahead of tomorrow’s pre-season friendly against the A-League All Stars.

Robin Van Persie and goalkeeper David De Gea both trained with the squad after joining the pre-season tour in Australia following their extended time off. Both players are likely to play some part in tomorrow’s match.

The likes of Danny Welbeck got some of the loudest cheers they’re ever likely to get for a training session tap-in.

  • RedScot

    Neat video mate; I hope for a better result tomorrow, for all the fans on the tour that get the chance to see our great players in the flesh.

    That’s what United is about on tour, and of course getting the team, minus 10 first team regulars in the first match, match fit and up to speed. For the first real challenge in the Charity Shield match.

    I did notice you naughty boy, your little digs at Wayne Rooney, and Juan Mata.

    I must say Juan looked real nice in her easter bonnet.

    Can I ask just for clarity, did that Chelsea icon racist John Terry take the pictures for your little montage on Mourhino trying to deflect his lame weakness in Fernando Torrres the most expensive ever player in the Premiership, firing duds, in goals per £50 million. Equates to around £1.8 million per goal, on my arithmetic.

    Don’t take the piss, Danny laughed at the failed step over in the first game.

    He deserves all the credit he gets, Mancunian born and bred, and rejected Manchester City as a youngster. He gets my vote of course.

    Danny Welbeck is a star in my eyes, any player on loan at Sunderland that can dominate Chelsea’s defensive midfielders and win the MoM of the match, to secure a win for the Black Cats at Stamford Bridge, that helped United’s title challenge is to be supported.

    We must not forget Danny Welbeck while jousting with giants at the Santiago Bernabeu, lost Sergio Ramos. Scored chest arms, outstretched in front of 85, 000 fans and was fantastic. A great attitude.

    Yet Danny gets called Welbad, why?

    Who did you play for that calls Welbeck, that?

    All he needs is to add goals to his locker.

    Our Iconic boss said ” We have tended to play him wide left.

    I think he’s capable of playing there. He is a threat coming in off the left wing and he has done that many times.

    But I think he is a natural centre – forward.”

    Great video mate ‘ original’ and non transfer talk.