• Get to know... Hernandez

    An introduction to 21-year-old striker Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez... Where's he from? Hernandez currently plies his trade with Chivas de Guadalajara in Mexico's Primera Division. Chivas are the most successful team in Mexican history with 11 titles. Having been at the club since the age of nine, Javier scored within five minutes of making his first-team debut, in a 4-0 win over Necaxa in 2006, and helped his side win the title that season.

  • Chicha dreams of a double

    Chicharito admits his first season in England is panning out beyond his wildest dreams, after becoming a Premier League champion ahead of a Champions League final meeting with Barcelona.

  • Review 2010/2011: October

    Player of the month: Javier Hernandez - Four goals, including a stunning back-header Stat of the month: The draw against West Bromwich Albion was the only occasion all season that United dropped points in the league at Old Trafford. The Reds won 18 of 19 home league games.

  • Javier Hernandez Girl Friend's (Lety Sahagun)

    Lety is short for Leticia. She was born in Guadalajara, Mexico to Lety Acevedo de Sahagun and Jaime Sahagun. She has three siblings Rodrigo, Jaime and Renata Sahagun. She studied at the Centro Escolar Los Altos in Zapopan, Guadalajara the school is known for its Opus Dei beliefs. After she graduated from high school she went to Monterrey, Nuevo Leon where she is studying Relaciones Internacionales which in English will be International Relations also known as International Studies at Monterrey Tec. You can check her pictures here.

  • Fans honour Hernandez

    Javier Hernandez has capped a phenomenal debut season for United by scooping the prestigious Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year Award. The accolade is voted for by fans across the world on the club’s official websites and honours United’s best player in the 2010/11 campaign.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

An instance where a loan move is the WRONG decision

Javier Hernandez Chicharito

A lot of clubs see loans as ideal situations. Both sides benefit as the club sending the player on loan sees the player get the game time he may not get at his club whilst the club taking the player on loan gain a valuable player often from a bigger club.

Arsenal did it last season with Jay Emmanuel Thomas and although he went on loan to Doncaster for the latter part of the season, Blackpool fans have acknowledged the part he played in them being promoted to the Premier League in his time at the seaside club.

Closer to home you can look to0 the success of Tom Cleverley’s spell at Vicarage Road where he scored 11 goals and went on to be named Watford’s player of the year.
Javier Hernandez Chicharito And Friend's

With this summer’s World Cup over for United player’s there is very little we have to boast about. Rooney didn’t shine as expected whilst Patrice Evra’s France and Nemanja Vidic’s Serbia both crashed out at the group stage but one of the bright sparks for us was the performances of Mexico’s Javier Hernandez.

For many of us it was our first chance to see him up close against proper opposition and he didn’t fail to impresses. In his 4 appearances, 3 of which were from the substitute bench, he scored two goals both eye catching efforts against France where he expertly beat the offside trap and Argentina where he turned his defender and rifled past the hapless goal keeper.

Hernandez excited United fans and pundits alike who likened him to Michael Owen with his intelligent runs and ability to find space, so it has come as some surprise that he has been linked with an immediate loan to Valencia before having kicked a ball for United.

Last year defensive injuries destabilised out title chances but the wheel’s really came off when Wayne Rooney picked up an ankle injury. With Michael Owen out also, it left Dimitar Berbatov and he failed to shine. Kiko Macheda tried to repeat his heroics of the previous season but it never came off although many were impressed with his efforts. So it is strange to say the least that Sir Alex is looking to send Hernandez out.

Javier Hernandez Chicharito
Unless he plans to bringing in another striker which is doubtful unless he suddenly finds value in the market, surely it would be best to keep Hernandez here? He is untested in England but he’ll never get the experience he needs unless he plays. Of course next season we will have Owen back, a player we lacked in Rooney’s absence but it that doesn’t means we should be quick to send Hernandez out.

In terms of forward players we appear to have a deep pool of selection. Not including the players already mention there is still Mame Biram Diouf and Danny Welbeck but who of these strikers would you be confident with playing up top in Rooney’s absence? Surely a player with Hernandez’s experience of playing on the world stage would be an asset in case of Rooney again picking up an injury?

I’m not Sir Alex and if there is any truth to0 these rumours then it’s all in the part of a greater scheme but I personally, as well as many others, think Hernandez would be better off learning his game here than away at another club.

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