CHICHARITO WILL DO ANYTHING FOR FERGUSON

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Mexican international Javier Hernandez, also known as Chicharito, has revealed that he would do anything for Sir Alex Ferguson after the legendary Manchester United manager played a big role in his move to the Premier League in 2010. Sir Alex was also his manager at Manchester United for the majority of his time at the club.

HERNANDEZ BREAKS DOWN OVER INJURY

It has been a bittersweet season for Mexican international star Javier Hernandez, also known as Chicharito, in the 2021 MLS season. After a wild start for Javier Hernandez in front of goal, injuries have stopped his progress in recent weeks.

HERNANDEZ: SIR ALEX MADE ME A BETTER PLAYER

It is one thing for a manager to make a team better, and it is another thing for him to inject some sort of improvement into every one of his players. Luckily, some managers do both jobs and one of those managers who was widely known for handling the two tasks simultaneously was is former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. The former United boss may no longer be in the game but he has continued to be talked about for the remarkable career decisions and successes he enjoyed during his days.

HERNANDEZ: SIR ALEX THE BEST MANAGER I WORKED WITH

Former Manchester United striker Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez has given a recent interview that has an insight into his time at Old Trafford and how his spell with the Red Devils transformed him into a better player and a more complete striker. The Mexico international striker was a goal poacher and a proven goalscorer who had the instincts of a proper number nine at Old Trafford and he would go on to enjoy a very decent career at the club before eventually leaving in 2014.

MLS: HERNANDEZ HITS SUPERB TREBLE

LA Galaxy striker Javier Hernandez is in the form of his life after a sensational start to the new Major League Soccer (MLS) season. The Mexican international player has scored five goals in his first two games in the league this season including three goals in the home game against New York Red Bulls at the weekend.

CHICHARITO REVEALS BIGGEST UNITED REGRET

Ex-Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has disclosed his biggest regret at the club according to the publication from the stables of the Daily Mirror. Chicharito as he's fondly called told popular media platform FourFourTwo that his biggest regret at Old Trafford is that he didn't get a consistent run of games in the team as he pointed out his good record in front of goal in his little time on the pitch. Javier Hernandez talked about his biggest Manchester United regret while he was still at Bayer Leverkusen.

FORMER WEST HAM STRIKER TAKES DIG AT THE HAMMERS ON INSTAGRAM

Javier Hernández has taken a subtle swipe at the London club as a result of how his time at the Hammers ended before his departure.

The former Manchester United forward signed for West Ham United back in the summer transfer window of 2017, but he believes his time in East London could have ended on a better note than it did. After sealing the £16 million transfer, he played in 55 games for West Ham and scored 16 goals - a low output given his ability and goal-scoring record.

WEST HAM MAY BE REGRETTING ALLOWING HERNANDEZ LEAVE THE CLUB

When Premier League side West Ham United made the decision to sell former striker Javier Hernandez to Spanish La Liga outfit Sevilla back in the summer of 2019, a lot of the fans were against the decision but they went ahead to seal the business anyway. They sanctioned the sale of the former Manchester United goal-poacher in a deal thought to be in the region of $9.9 million (£7.3 million).

JAVIER HERNANDEZ BATTLING TO REDISCOVER GOALSCORING FORM

During the era of former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, Javier Hernandez, who played under the Great Scott was well-known as a deadly striker and a dangerous goal-poacher, especially within and around the 18-yard box.

Although he wasn't always a starter under Sir Alex, he was a go-to player when wither time is running out and there has to be a change made that would yield to a goal or there is the need to score more goals in the match.

MLS DUO TARGET FORMER LIVERPOOL STAR

MLS duo La Galaxy and Inter Miami have set their sights on signing former Liverpool and Chelsea attacker Daniel Sturridge. The Englishman is a free agent after he was released by Tranzonspor.