Can Louis Van Gaal bring the Premier League title back to Old Trafford?

The transfer window has closed until the New Year, so the Premier League teams can concentrate on winning with the players they have until then. Last season proved a nightmare for Manchester United, as they slumped to seventh position in the table, and the early games this season suggested they are still a long way behind 2013/14’s challengers Manchester City and Liverpool at the moment. Champions Manchester City have odds of around 11/1 to retain the league, but can United – or anyone else – stop them?

Well Liverpool are one side that the bookmakers feel can push them, as 11/1 odds show. They have lost Suarez but signed a match winner to replace him, in Mario Ballotelli – as well as others. United have also spent big, with Falcao, Di Maria and Luke Shaw amongst their additions, and 12/1 odds show that this spree (plus Louis Van Gaal’s reputation) has the bookies taking them seriously this season. However, competition looks strong with Arsenal (11/1) and Chelsea (4/5) also having strengthened and both of these sides look very much in the mood to challenge for the title this season. Indeed, given the number of contenders, playing Soccer Safari at an online casino such as may actually be a better bet at this early stage in proceedings.

This slot is fun whether your passion is football or online gaming, thanks to hilarious graphics depicting a madcap bunch of animals in their own World Cup. There is a wild symbol (the logo) and a scatter (the trophy) amongst the five reels, with the former helping you to a payout by taking the place of missing reel icons, while the latter triggers the bonus round. Three or more scatters takes you to this game, where you try to score dead-ball goals via video graphics, and – alongside the $8000 jackpot – it’s one of the best parts of the game. It only costs $0.10 a spin, and Soccer Safari gives you even more chance of a win than a bet on the Premier League favourites would.

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Steve Ferguson had taken over & re-branded The Faithful MUFC website back in the summer of 2014 and is now the owner and editor of the site. Steve, from Ashton-Under-Lyne in Greater Manchester, is a 35-year-old life long Manchester United fan, travelling over the globe to see the Reds play. Steve has been lucky enough to be at both the 1999 and 2008 Champions League finals, seeing Manchester United lift the biggest trophy in the World, none more exciting than that faithful night in Barcelona in 99. The website is a blog, but also hopes to deliver the latest Manchester United news from around the internet too, linked up with our growing twitter account which is @TheFaithfulMUFC, give it a follow as we will follow you back as soon as we can.

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