Robin van Persie was one of the key players that helped win Manchester United the Premier League crown the season before last.
(PRWEB UK) 19 July 2014
The 2014 World Cup is now over and fans are now firmly focused back on the Premier League season and the stars they will be following.
Several players that featured at the World Cup like Robin van Persie will be carrying the dreams of fans and in Manchester United’s case looking to get them back into the top four and Champions League football.
Football fans have flocked to the Official Robin van Persie PFA Facebook page in search of news and updates on Manchester United man, creating a surge in growth and interaction. Post reach on his Facebook page have increased by as much as 75% in the past week.
Head of Operations at DSG. Matthew Tait has this to say: “The coming season at Manchester United offers a great deal of hope with something of a transition with a new manager and a number of new players to reinvigorate the squad. Robin van Persie remains pivotal to the Clubs success this season and the new manager Van Gaal knows the strikers capabilities well. We have some great Facebook pages for PFA members and are extremely proud to be helping them with their social media presence with great content that their fans are really responding to.”
Jason Hope, Content Manager of DSG believes that the players media exposure is sure to increase with the Premier League season fast approaching: “We have been supporting the PFA and their players for several years now in this highly rewarding partnership. Robin van Persie was one of the key players that helped win Manchester United the Premier League crown the season before last. We are all excited to see what happens this season with Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool closely matched last season and looking to strengthen of the transfer window. Manchester United will also be looking to show that last season was just a blip and have already made impressive signings.”
Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as Football.co.uk, Sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.