HERNANDEZ BANNED FROM OLYMPICS

Manchester United have said that striker Hernandez will not be part of the Mexican squad that will play at the London Olympics 2012. Hernandez was initially named in the 23 man squad that will take part in the London Olympics.

He is not amongst the younger players of the squad. The 23-year-old will now come under the overage player category, which is something that will be at the discretion of the clubs. In this case, Manchester United have decided to exert their authority over the issue by deciding that Hernandez will not be part of the Mexican squad at the London Olympics.

EXIT WILL HELP

Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has said that the exit of the club from the Europa league in the last 16 stage at the hands of Spanish club Athletic Bilbao is actually a boon for the club in terms of winning the title race ahead of Manchester City.

HERNANDEZ BACK ON FORM

The Mexican youngster, Javier Hernandez, has garnered quite a following in his team’s fans.

He joined Manchester United in 2010 and enjoyed a fantastic first season, scoring 20 goals and steering the team to yet another Premier League title, much to the delight of Manchester United supporters and the annoyance of other teams’ fans.