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Archives: Manchester United

The Rebirth Of Johan Elmander

Posted on by Paul Bestall

When Bolton paid a club record fee of £8.2 million for the Swedish striker Johan Elmander, a few eyebrows were raised. Yet, the former Toulouse striker had been one of the most consistent players in the French league during his … Continue reading

More Frustration For Manchester United

Posted on by James Beckett

While Michael Owen came off the bench to rescue a point for Manchester United at Bolton, it was another disappointing result for Sir Alex Ferguson’s men. The result completed a bitterly disappointing day for the Scott, who once again saw … Continue reading

Is Dimitar Berbatov Finally Living Up To His Vast Price Tag?

Posted on by James Beckett
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They may have done it the hard way but Manchester Untied did get their victory over arch rivals Liverpool. But Sir Alex Ferguson will have to thank Dimitar Berbatov for the win, after the Bulgarian scored a stunning hat-trick.  Was … Continue reading

Is Bebe Destined to be the Premier League’s Next Flop?

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Manchester United reserves were beaten emphatically by Aston Villa reserves on Thursday night while United new boy Bebe made his debut finishing out the full 90. Bebe stole most of the headlines due to his high profile summer transfer and … Continue reading

Can Manchester United Replace Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes?

Posted on by James Beckett

Manchester United’s drab draw with Rangers summed up a relatively disappointing start to the season for Sir Alex Ferguson’s men. While they are undefeated, disappointing draws with Fulham and Everton have left United off the pace in the Premier League, … Continue reading

UEFA Champions League Preview – Part One

Posted on by Chris McQuade

Tonight see’s the opening games of the 2010/2011 UEFA Champions League competition. With all 4 English teams in the group stages and this being Tottenham’s first crack at Europe the competition will be given a lot of attention over the … Continue reading

Rooney Will Deal With Pressure

Posted on by James Beckett

Last week I backed Wayne Rooney to deal with media storm surrounding him ahead of England’s clash with Switzerland,  well ahead of Manchester United forwards return to Goodison Park can he deal with yet another hostile atmosphere he faces? Once again … Continue reading

Giggs Would Be A Fool To Leave For Wales

Posted on by James Beckett

With John Toshack standing down as manager of Wales rumours of a possible first managerial job for Welsh star Ryan Giggs have surfaced. But Sir Alex Ferguson has quickly quashed the speculation linking the evergreen winger with his first move … Continue reading

The Top 5 Premiership Transfer Flops

Posted on by Chris McQuade

As the summer transfer season comes to a close Premiership teams are registering up to 25 players to compete until January. Some have spent big, some barely spent at all but the movement of players is a key in any … Continue reading

Transfer Deadline Day Still Gives Us No Clues

Posted on by Paul Bestall
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Here in the U.K, Sky Sports News have been trailing Transfer Deadline day for two weeks. For many viewers, the strained excitement of the presenters trying to display uncontrollable excitement over minor transfer dealings is something of a running joke. … Continue reading

Dimitar Berbatov Continues To Improve

Posted on by Paul Bestall
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For some players, it can often take a season to settle in to a new club, especially when you arrive with a £30 million price tag around your neck. Sometimes, other aspects can slow the adaption to new surroundings. For … Continue reading

Current Man United Squad is Good Enough: No Need to Buy

Posted on by Kratik Malhotra
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Twenty more days of wait and once again, we will kick off another season of Premiership football. This time around though, there is a buzz around England as the fans feel that there are six clubs, namely Manchester United, Arsenal, … Continue reading

Paul Scholes Interview: Exclusive

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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During a recent visit to Florida, EPL Talk had the opportunity to sit down with Manchester United and England midfield legend Paul Scholes for an exclusive interview. Among the topics covered include: Whether he’d like to go into coaching after … Continue reading

Man United USA Tour In Late July Looking More Likely

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Speculation continues that Manchester United will be the opponents in the MLS All-Star Game this summer, to be held in Houston. A July 28th date has been touted. Plus there have been reports of Manchester United touring a few other … Continue reading

Manchester United v Chelsea: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Feel free to post your observations about the biggest match of the season throughout the game today. A few observations before the game has kicked off: Didier Drogba is on the bench. Could Chelsea be more powerful today without him? … Continue reading

Was Howard Webb Correct in Giving Manchester United a Penalty v Liverpool?

Posted on by Jesse Chula
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The weekend’s biggest match saw some great, some solid and some absent performances from both sides. I believe the 2-1 scoreline in favor of Manchester United was a good indication of how United dominated possession and created more clear cut chances than … Continue reading

Are Barca & Real The World’s Two Best Clubs?

Posted on by Rami Soufi

This could lead to a heated debate as the implications transcend beyond choosing the best club to include the competitive nature of some of Europe’s top leagues (namely the English Premier League, the Spanish la Liga and Italian Serie A). … Continue reading

Why is Defense So Reviled in Football?

Posted on by Andy Pineda

The theory is that because of the low amount of scoring in football, using particularly protective and cynical tactics ruins the sport whose nature inhibits a high amount of goals per match.  Football’s common nickname is “The Beautiful Game,” but … Continue reading