The New Year is always a time for reflection. But it also should be an opportunity to think about your favorite club and what you think their New Year’s resolution should be for 2015 in order to improve.
No matter what team you support in any league, every team can be improved, even Chelsea. And it doesn’t have to be one New Year’s resolution either. It could be several. Just let us know in the comments section below.
For me and my favorite club, Manchester United, I think their New Year’s resolution should be to evaluate the training methods they’re using because there are far too many players getting injured. United’s injury list currently numbers eight players.
So, based on your opinion, what do you think your team’s New Year’s resolution should be and why?
It’s a broad topic and there are many angles you can come at the topic, so feel free to make it your own!
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