In a bizarre twist, Marouane Fellaini was shown a red card in the Manchester derby. It may have been one of the most preposterous red cards I have ever seen. Repeatedly, Fellaini continues to let United fans down. His troubles began in the 83rd minute when he was doing as instructed by Mourinho to hamper
The Belgian midfielder has caused controversy ever since his move from Everton in 2013. But does he deserve to keep his place in the Manchester United squad next season? Every game that features the former Standard Liege man seems to bring about entertainment, whether it be his flying elbows, poorly timed tackles or occasional bullet
Football may not be a popularity contest, but Marouane Fellaini quite rightly happens to be the least favorite of any Manchester United supporter. If he isn’t giving the ball away, he is slowing down the rhythm of play or just needlessly conceding penalties. Whatever he does, Fellaini always manages to ruffle feathers with baffling consistency.
Manchester United fans could be about to have their wish granted: Marouane Fellaini is set to join West Ham in January, according to the Daily Telegraph. The towering midfielder has failed to ignite his United career, doing more damage than good, in the eyes of many United fans. Why Fellaini? The Hammers are in
Ever since Marouane Fellaini’s high-profile £27.5 million transfer from Everton to Manchester United in the summer of 2013, the Belgium international has threatened but ultimately failed to live up to his hefty price tag at United. Is there still time for Fellaini to resurrect his Red Devils career, or has the damage already been done?
Manchester United drew 3-3 with relegation-battling Newcastle United at Saint James Park as Marouane Fellaini and Jesse Lingard missed sitters in arguably the most entertaining fixture of the Premier League season. In a match that saw their otherwise standout performer Chris Smalling commit ridiculous gaffes, the Red Devils faithful fixated on the towering Belgian midfielder
As the dust settled on a frantic ending to a bitterly unsuccessful transfer window for Manchester United, the focus was very much on those who David Moyes and co. failed to bring in through the door rather than the one they actually did sign. Not even the distinctive afro-hair and enthusiastic smile alongside Moyes as
Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini has been given a three match ban by the FA on the charge of violent conduct. The Belgian international repeatedly attacked Stoke captain Ryan Shawcross in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with the potters and faced the possibility of missing nine Premier League games. Fellaini was involved in three separate clashes with Shawcross
The eventful Manchester derby and Liverpool’s comeback win against West Ham quite rightly took precedence on Sunday’s Premier League afternoon, but away from the guise of the television cameras, it was Everton making a significant story of their own as a late comeback win over Tottenham saw the Toffees climb up to fourth place. That
Born to Moroccan parents in Etterbeek, a small town near Brussels, the afro-ed box-to-box midfielder has flourished into one of the top midfielders currently playing in the Premier League. Fellaini is similar to Man City’s Yaya Touré in the way he can play in multiple positions and can dominate the midfield with his height and