Manchester United chief executive David Gill has revealed that he is extremely confident that star striker Wayne Rooney will be at the club despite handing a transfer request recently. This is not the first time that Rooney has handed a transfer request to Manchester United. On the previous occasion, things were extremely different and Rooney was persuaded by manager Sir Alex Ferguson to stay at the club. He signed a five-year contract only days after handing a transfer request. Now, though, the presence of players like Robin van Persie makes it extremely difficult for Rooney to the considered as the most important player in the United dressing room. As a result, the club has not been extremely keen on offering the striker a new deal. He still has two years left on his contract and he has been widely linked with a move to PSG in the summer. Chelsea have also emerged as one of the front-runners for his signature in the last few weeks.


The Spaniard Juan Mata has been one of the best players in the Premier league since arriving to Chelsea in a £ 24 million deal from Valencia almost 2 years ago. The 24-year-old almost snatched a late winner against Manchester United in the FA Cup quarter-finals. Mata saw Chelsea concede two goals in the opening 15 min of the match. It threatened to derail the season of the club, as they had lost in the Europa league first leg encounter against Steau Bucharest only a few days ago. However, the team had an impressive second half in which they rallied to equalise the match.

Tryouts – THIS Tuesday 3rd May

Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled tryout session. A parent or guardian must accompany all players. Late arrivals will be admitted at the discretion of the tryout director. Please bring the following to the tryout… * A soccer ball, water bottle and come in soccer gear including shin guards. * Please complete and provide... 1. IYSA Medical Release Form 2. NISL/US Club Soccer Waiver Form (boys) or IWSL Registration Form(girls) 3. Cheetah Tryout Form 4. Copy of the players birth certificate. Keep in mind that these are competitive teams and players will be chosen based on attitude, hard work and soccer skills. You will be contacted after it has been determined whether your child made or did not make the team.