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Tag Archives: Manchester United

Too Bad They Can't Play a Four Four Three

Posted on by Michael Barany

Looking forward to seeing how Manchester United employ new signing Dimitar Berbatov this weekend versus Liverpool, or better yet, who gets the hook up front: Wayne Rooney or Carlos Tevez. While Rooney may need a breather after playing for England … Continue reading

Sack Dennis Wise And Keep Kevin Keegan

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If Mike Ashley wants to do the right thing and avoid being run out of Newcastle, he needs to sack Dennis Wise and get on his knees to convince Kevin Keegan to stay at Newcastle United. King Kev is hardly … Continue reading

Premier League August Report And September Forecast – Big Four

Posted on by Guest Author

After a relatively internet free long weekend I return to see three new pages of posts on this blog. As I catch up on the news about the flurry of buying activity on the last day of transfer markets I … Continue reading

11 Days Until Berbatov & Robinho Show Comes To Town

Posted on by Christopher Harris

With all of the activity in the Premier League transfer window yesterday, the excitement is already building for the next round of Premiership games. After the international break, there are two massive games we have to look forward to on … Continue reading

Beer And English Football: A Match Made In Heaven

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Saturday’s match between Arsenal and Newcastle featured a glimpse of something you rarely see on television — someone drinking a pint of beer. It’s ridiculous, really. Millions of football fans around the world drink beer either at home, the pub … Continue reading

Manchester City Are Going To Be The Biggest Club In The World

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Imagine an all-star team of footballers featuring the top names in the sport. Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaka, Cesc Fabregas, Fernando Torres, Thierry Henry, Robinho and David Villa. Now imagine all of these players on the same team, Manchester City. Before yesterday, … Continue reading

Dimitar Berbatov Wearing Man United Shirt

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Many Manchester United fans have been waiting for the day to see Berbatov wearing a Man United shirt, and here it is. Talk about a sheepish grin. The lad must be counting in his head how much money he’ll be … Continue reading

Manchester United Signs Dimitar Berbatov For £30.75 Million

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Manchester United has confirmed that they’ve captured the signing of Dimitar Berbatov for a transfer fee believed to be worth £30.75 million. As part of the deal, Man United striker Fraizer Campbell will join Tottenham Hotspur on a season-long loan. … Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: Manchester United Match Manchester City's Bid For Berbatov And Throw In Campbell

Posted on by Dominic Mather

Reportedly Manchester United have matched the earlier bid made for Dimitar Berbatov by Manchester City and have agreed to add Frazier Campbell to the package. The Berbatov saga looks to have finally come to an end; with Manchester United apparently … Continue reading

Man United Website Features Berbatov As New First Team Player

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Manchester United’s website has Dimitar Berbatov featured as one of its first-team players (see above screenshot). While a final decision has yet to be announced regarding whether Berbatov will join Man United, Manchester City or Real Madrid, the webmaster at … Continue reading

Is Today The Day The Premiership Changed Forever?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

I got up this morning expecting another tense, dull day to be spattered with the occasional factual transfer as the transfer window creaked shut getting excited about nothing much in particular. A day spent scouring the BBC and Sky Sports … Continue reading

Manchester United In Trouble After Manchester City's Berbatov Bid Is Accepted

Posted on by Dominic Mather

Manchester United will have been flabbergasted by Manchester City’s shock last minute, albeit uncompleted, move for Dimitri Berbatov. The Bulgarian forward was all set to be the spearhead of what would have been the most potent striking force in the Premiership. … Continue reading

Breaking News: Spurs Accepts Manchester City Bid For Berbatov

Posted on by Christopher Harris

According to Sky Sports News, Manchester City has made a shock bid for Dimitar Berbatov which has been accepted by Spurs. Incredibly, Tottenham is reported to have made a bid in excess of £30 million. The massive transfer fee makes … Continue reading

Premier League: August 31, 2008 (Your Running Commentary)

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Today marks the last day of Premier League football until the league returns on Saturday, September 13 when Liverpool plays Manchester United at Anfield — two whole weeks off because of World Cup qualifying matches. So here are today’s matches … Continue reading

Champions League Group Stage Draw Results

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

I’ll have more analysis and comments later but for now just a quick update on the results of today’s drawing. Some of the groupings, as in past seasons, was almost a bit too predictable but there are some interesting matchups … Continue reading

Who Are The Premier League Players You Love To Hate The Most?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Admit it. There are some players in the Premier League who get under your skin. The type of players you love to hate. But who are they and why do you hate them so much? Names of players who often … Continue reading

Portsmouth vs Manchester United (Your Running Commentary)

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s Bank Holiday Monday in Britain today where those lucky Brits are at the seaside or relaxing while the rest of the world is working. Down near the coast, Portsmouth will be entertaining Manchester United at Fratton Park, which is … Continue reading

Premier League Wants To Be The NFL

Posted on by Christopher Harris

You may have missed an article by Oliver Kay in The Times this past weekend that featured a very revealing interview with Manchester City executive chairman Garry Cook regarding the future of the Premier League. The headline perfectly sums up … Continue reading