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Tag Archives: Manchester United

Understanding Roy Keane When You Never Got To See Him Play

Posted on by Michael Schwartz
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Whenever Roy Keane speaks, the world seems to stop and take notice. For a figure who is disregarded by many as a rash instigator, his opinion matters. Yet, unlike experienced reporters or long-time supporters who witnessed and maybe even grew … Continue reading

David Moyes Can Begin To Repair His Reputation With European Role

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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“I’m ready to go”. So says former Manchester United manager David Moyes in the Daily Telegraph. The Scot is raring to return to football but this time around it’ll be on his own terms. “Picking my next job is vitally … Continue reading

Serializations Clouding The Bigger Picture With Soccer Autobiographies

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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Currently, in the United Kingdom the serialization of a top sporting figure’s autobiography is gripping the media and the sporting world. It has drawn responses from all quarters and no one involved comes out of this sorry saga looking terribly … Continue reading

Looking Ahead at Chelsea, City, Arsenal, United and Liverpool’s Premier League Fixtures

Posted on by Marshall Norbal
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With nearly a quarter of the season played, the league is starting to take shape but what does the future hold for Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United over the coming weeks. Let’s look ahead to their next 6 Premier … Continue reading

What It’s Like Supporting Manchester United From Australia

Posted on by Dom Favata
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Supporting Manchester United as an Australian has been a difficult practice of late, given the club’s downward spiral after Sir Alex Ferguson retired after 27 years at the helm. David Moyes infamously replaced the legendary Scot, and that is when … Continue reading

Juventus Fed Up With Indiscretions And Could Be Ready To Sell Arturo Vidal

Posted on by Lorenzo Bettoni
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Last summer Juventus decided to keep hold of Arturo Vidal, despite rumors of a big-money offer from Manchester United. During last transfer market, Juventus Director General and Sport Department CEO, Giuseppe Marotta stood firm and claimed that the player never had … Continue reading

5 Best Matches Of The Premier League Season So Far

Posted on by Chris Winterburn

With the 2014-15 edition of the Barclays Premier League now seven matches old, there have already been a number of hugely entertaining fixtures illustrating just why the English top flight is so highly regarded across the globe. Ranging from goal-bonanzas … Continue reading

8 Premier League Clubs Whose Fans Have The Worst Sense of Entitlement

Posted on by Spenser Davis
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Every sports fan on earth wants their team to win, right? It’s the fabric of being a sports fan, no matter the sport or the country or the team. English football has been around for more than a century, and … Continue reading

Jamie Carragher is Wrong, David Silva is Not ‘Two or Three Levels Above’ Juan Mata

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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Juan Mata has rather surprisingly split opinion since his January transfer to Manchester United for what was then a club record £37.1million and this week former Liverpool defender turned Sky Sports pundit, Jamie Carragher, has labelled Manchester City’s David Silva … Continue reading

5 Reasons Why Rio Ferdinand Is Disliked By So Many Soccer Fans

Posted on by Spenser Davis
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Rio Ferdinand. The name conjures up a myriad of emotions and thoughts for soccer fans, both positive and negative. A flamboyant and contentious personality like Ferdinand is bound to be divisive, and it often seems that the majority of fans … Continue reading

Manchester United vs. Everton Predicted Lineups

Posted on by Dom Favata
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Manchester United are facing a major personnel dilemma for their match against Everton, with Ander Herrera ruled out for four weeks with a broken rib, and club captain Wayne Rooney suspended after receiving a straight red card in the game … Continue reading

Manchester United: Interview with David Herman of One United USA

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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David Herman takes a prominent role in the running of the official Manchester United supporters group in the United States, One United USA and was kind enough to speak to us and answer a few questions regarding the group’s foundation … Continue reading

The Heartwarming Story Of FC United

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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“It’ll all be over by Christmas”. Alan Gowling (ex Manchester United striker) on the establishment of FC United. For what it’s worth I am a card-carrying member of FC United of Manchester.  I made the decision to throw my support … Continue reading

Reasons Against Manchester United Playing Midweek Friendlies Abroad

Posted on by Nipun Chopra
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I would argue that no one who understands soccer thinks that Manchester United should play midweek friendlies abroad. However, as has become apparent, understanding soccer is not a prerequisite of being a club executive anymore. Before I outline why I … Continue reading

Analyzing Manchester United’s Teenage Defensive Lynchpin Paddy McNair

Posted on by Hussein Jiva
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Had it not have been for the injuries to Englishmen Chris Smalling and Phil Jones along with that of a senior Jonny Evans and the suspension of the recently first-teamer, Tyler Blackett – millions of fans around the world would … Continue reading

UEFA Champions League Matchday 2 U.S. TV Information

Posted on by Ed Perovic
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This week sees the return of UEFA Champions League action to an ESPN english-language channel as ESPN2 will present live coverage of Atletico Madrid v Juventus on Wednesday, October 1st. Here is a detailed rundown of where to watch all … Continue reading

Reviewing Premier League Refereeing Decisions: Gameweek 6

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
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The most controversial incident from the weekend came at Old Trafford, where Wayne Rooney was sent off for a high, and late challenge on Stewart Downing. Rooney was clearly trying to stop Downing’s progress, clip his ankles and get a … Continue reading

Louis van Gaal vs David Moyes: Comparing First 6 Games

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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Louis van Gaal’s tenure at Manchester United is now six Premier League matches old, with the addition of one match in the Capital One Cup. United were placed into the second round of this competition courtesy of the club’s seventh … Continue reading