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Tag Archives: Sir Alex Ferguson

Ancelotti’s Honesty Is So Refreshing

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well, I had to check a couple of times that I’d read the paper right on Sunday morning such was the surprise that I viewed Carlo Ancelotti’s comments about Chelsea’s shock defeat at the D.W Stadium. Perhaps it was  the … Continue reading

Will Carlos Queiroz be back at Old Trafford Soon?

Posted on by David Schiavone

With Portugal on the verge of non-qualification for the World Cup in 2010, manager Carlos Queiroz is under extreme pressure and has the very real possibility of unemployment looming over him. Given this threat, and inevitability that this will occur, … Continue reading

United’s Berba Necessity

Posted on by Michael Scallon

The year is 1996. The All New Manchester United juggernaut has just driven relentlessly to the Premier League and FA Cup double, sneering past the wheezing, spluttering, broken down Alfa Romeo of Kevin Keegan’s Newcastle on its way. The chance … Continue reading

Why Has Manchester United Resigned Itself To Being Outspent?

Posted on by tyduffy

Sir Alex Ferguson has a practical take on morality.  Anything benefitting Manchester United is right.  Anything hindering Manchester United is wrong.  With Manchester City and Real Madrid suddenly able to outbid Manchester United for players.  It should surprise no one … Continue reading

Manchester United Change Transfer Policy

Posted on by Paul Bestall

The Guardian today has a very interesting article regarding Manchester United’s owners changing the clubs transfer policy to concentrate on signing players under 26. It seems that the Glazer family want the club to only sign players that they can … Continue reading

Ferguson Should Call Tevez’s Bluff

Posted on by Paul Bestall

It seems that the people who own Carlos Tevez, well the own his economic rights; seem to underestimate Sir Alex Fergusons strength of character. Over the last few weeks, Tevez has been quoted several times stating he feels his future … Continue reading

Manchester United Finally Decide To Sell Ronaldo

Posted on by Paul Bestall

So its official, Manchester United’s board have accepted a world record shattering bid of £80 million this morning from Real Madrid for Cristiano Ronaldo. I don’t know about you, but I couldn’t face another summer of every news outlet boring … Continue reading

This Year’s Champions League Final Will NOT Be Ronaldo vs Messi

Posted on by Sebastian Shepard

If you would believe various pundits, the annoying debate that many football fans have been subject to this year and last – Ronaldo vs. Messi – will come to its conclusion in the UCL final in Rome.  On the biggest … Continue reading

Will The Real Dimitar Berbatov Please Stand Up?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

So the dust seems to be finally settling on the criticism about Berbatov’s mishit penalty on Sunday in the semi-final defeat against Everton. There’s no doubting it was a badly hit penalty, but it seems to have unpicked a scab … Continue reading

Is David Moyes Ready for a Big Four Management Position?

Posted on by Sebastian Shepard

David Moyes has spent over a decade managing clubs in English football, hitting his peak over the last couple of seasons after some strange yo-yo performances by the Merseyside club in prior years. He has earned a spot in the … Continue reading

Man United At A Crossroads In Quest for Quintuple

Posted on by Matthew Semisch

When Manchester United scored two late goals on Sunday to secure a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over Aston Villa, the result seemed to sweep under the rug the idea that United were a team in serious danger of relinquishing their Premier … Continue reading

Wenger’s Fear of Terrorism in Football While There is a New Twist to Possible Liverpool Sale

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

An interesting story coming out of this weekend comes from the lips of Arsene Wenger. In a story that started to circulate on Saturday, Arsene spoke about his concern that after the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team … Continue reading

Bookies Suspend Betting On Benitez Leaving Liverpool

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Sky Sports News seems to be having a strange day today as it winds itself up again over the information that certain sports betting agencies have suspended betting on Rafa Benitez leaving Liverpool after tonight’s match. Now whilst I’ve been … Continue reading

It’s All About the Champions League While The Injuries Start to Mount

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Well the next two days will be most interesting viewing. The time has come and gone for words, the threats and promises manager and player alike have made now have to turn into results. That doesn’t mean we can’t look … Continue reading

Is Mourinho Really The Special One?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Tomorrow night sees a meeting between two of  Europe’s best coaches in the Champions League when Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United travel to Milan to face Jose Mourinho’s Inter side. Mourinho’s magic touch is still continuing in his current spell in Italy, … Continue reading

Liverpool Have Blown Their Title Chance

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Alex Ferguson will be singing the praises of Manchester City today after Liverpool stuttered, spluttered and failed to find the winning goal they needed to have any chance of winning the title. From a fantastic position before Christmas, Liverpool have … Continue reading

Hiddink to Chelsea And Other Premier League News

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

For Chelsea fans, this is another case of ‘here we go again’. The Chelsea international manager merry-go-round continued Tuesday after Roman went all guns blazing after the man who has been managing the national team of his birth. Despite all … Continue reading

Liverpool’s Title Chances On The Brink

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Three weeks is a long time in football and Liverpool must be wondering why there season is beginning to splutter just when they needed to kick on. The game against Newcastle United on December 28th easily saw Liverpool’s best performance of … Continue reading