Author Archives: Pulaha Chaudhuri

Why David Moyes Didn’t Sign Mesut Ozil For Manchester United

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Sir Alex Ferguson’s autobiography recently revealed that Wayne Rooney, much to the Scotsman’s annoyance, told him he should have signed Mesut Ozil. “It was none of his business who we should have gone for,” wrote Ferguson. On top of that, current … Continue reading

Man Utd 2-0 WBA: 5 Observations as the Red Devils Enter the New Year With a 7-Point Lead Over City

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Here are five observations from Manchester United’s 2-0 victory against West Bromwich Albion in gameweek 20 of the 2012-13 season: 1. United manage to get a clean sheet: You read it right. The league leaders have been ruthless when it … Continue reading

Marouane Fellaini Shines With Physical and Technical Combination

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Barcelona’s influence in the soccer world is not just about the aesthetic quality produced by the La Masia nurtured technicians. They have reopened the eternal debate of how the game should be played. Their mystical football has given us pleasure, but … Continue reading

Silent Killer Andres Iniesta Has Always Been There For His Team

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A day after the footballing world was enthralled by the mesmerising exhibition of skill, movement and technique produced by Spanish supremacists in Kiev, European football’s governing body acknowledged the best player of Euro 2012. And the man who has been … Continue reading

Paul Scholes Could Be England’s Messiah, Yet Again

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England’s quest for the first major trophy since Bobby Moore lifted the World Cup in 1966 suffered a late blow as Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere was ruled out for rest of the season and the European Championship. “Wilshere will not … Continue reading

Five Players Who Turned It Around For Manchester United

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Following the 6-1 humiliation at Old Trafford, a shock exit from the Champions League and defeats to Newcastle, Blackburn and Wigan, there were five players central in turning Manchester United’s season around: 5) Michael Carrick He still remains one of … Continue reading