UNITED: WORK PERMIT MIGHT STOP RVP

Dutchman Robin Van Persie (RVP) might not be part of the new Manchester United coaching staff under Erik Ten Hag due to work permit issues. This is according to the report from Paul Hirst of The Times which stated thatRobin Van Persie could follow Ajax Amsterdam manager Erik Ten Hag to Manchester United if he's able to sort out his work permit.

WILSHERE REMINISCES ON HUGE BARCELONA WIN

Ex-Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere recently looked back on the big Champions League win over Spanish La Liga side Barcelona for his beloved North London club. Wilshere came through the youth system at Arsenal before making his first team debut as a teenager. He was still a teenager when he lined up against accomplished midfielders such as Xavi Hernandez, Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets.

CROUCH SPEAKS ON KANE TRANSFER DILEMMA

Ex-Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur striker Peter Crouch has had his say on the transfer dilemma surrounding Harry Kane as he told the Three Lions of England skipper to consider the contrasting situations of Michael Owen and Robin Van Persie before he arrives at a decision in his column with the Daily Mail.

RVP NAMES HIS MOST TALENTED TEAMMATES

Dutchman Robin Van Persie (RVP) has named the most talented teammates during his playing career. The former Feyenoord, Arsenal and Fenerbahce striker mentioned six teammates as the most talented. Robin Van Persiewas asked to mention his most talented teammates while he was on BBC.

Robin Van Persie began his professional football career at Feyenoord before moving to the Premier League in 2004. The Dutchman signed for Arsenal from Feyenoord with manager Arsene Wenger playing a big part in the transfer. Van Persie blossomed under Frenchman Wenger though injuries didn't let him show his full potentials especially at the start of his time in North London.

VAN PERSIE NAMES HIS BEST PLAYERS

Former Premier League striker Robin Van Persie has named the best players that he starred with during his time in the English top flight as he opted for four Manchester United players and two Arsenal players. Robin Van Persie mentioned the six players while he was on BBC Sports.

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry is the all-time leading goalscorer for the Gunners and he played alongside Robin Van Persiein North London for many years. Henry and Van Persie were in the Arsenal team that won the 2005 FA Cup final before they lost the 2006 Champions League final to Spanish giants Barcelona together.

RVP SENDS BEST WISHES TO GVB

Ex-Arsenal and Manchester United attacker Robin Van Persie (RVP) was delighted with the appointment of Giovanni Van Bronckhorst (GVB) as the Rangers manager. To this effect, Robin Van Persie used his official Twitter handle to send his best wishes after Van Bronckhorst replaced Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard as the new Rangers manager.

Van Bronckhorst, 46, was officially unveiled as the Rangers manager and he has made a great start to his managerial career at Ibrox. The retired Dutch national team star is the 17th permanent manager at Rangers and he has some work to do to emulate the 16th permanent manager, Steven Gerrard.

ARSENAL: WILSHERE REVEALS HIS PARTNERSHIP WITH RVP

Jack Wilshere has revealed how he worked with Robin Van Persie (RVP) to unlock opposition defences before games. The ex-Arsenal midfielder talked about his partnership with Robin Van in a chat on TalkSPORT. According to him, RVP used to put him under pressure during gamesin his debut season at Arsenal since he was one of the most established players in the team at the time

Wilshere, 29, revealed how he would discuss ball delivery with Robin Van Persie and how to get the better of opponents a day before games. Speaking further, Wilshere said that discussions would be made on ball delivery type and on whether he wants to come short or go long. Both Wilshere and Van Persie also discusses on if the latter would want it over the top.

AUBAMEYANG CLOSING IN ON RVP RECORD

Arsenal skipper Pierre-EmerickAubameyang is closing in on the Premier League record currently held by Robin Van Persie (RVP) for the most goals scored at the Emirates Stadium. Robin Van Persie scored 46 Premier League goals for Arsenal before he left for Manchester United in 2002. The Red Devils paid around £24m to secure his transfer from Arsenal.

FIFA 22'S FUT SET TO IMMORTALISE RVP

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EASports have disclosed that retired Dutch striker Robin Van Persie (RVP) will have an FUT icon card in FIFA 22. It has been revealed that the former Manchester United and Feyenoord striker will be available for FIFA 22 users as far as the Ultimate Team mode is concerned. The Ultimate Team mode is where users can build a team of current and retired icons of the game.

CAN UNITED END LEAGUE TITLE DROUGHT?

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Several Manchester United fans won't have believed if they were told that eight years later than the Sir Alex Ferguson era, the club won't win a league title. The Red Devils have gone through a few managerial changes with the likes of Dutchman Louis Van Gaal, David Moyes and Jose Mourinho hired and then fired.

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