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Sunderland Preview: Five Keys To Victory

Sunderland Preview: Five Keys To Victory

An excruciating defeat at the Liberty Stadium last weekend now leaves Manchester United in a precarious position in their attempts to regain Champions League football at the first time of asking. Having looked relatively sub-standard for some time whilst still grinding out positive results, ironically it was a more improved showing from Louis van Gaal’s [...]

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Swansea Preview: Five Keys to Victory

Swansea Preview: Five Keys to Victory

A somewhat improved –albeit not spectacular – performance over Preston North End see’s United through to the Quarter-Final of the FA Cup where a tricky home tie with Arsenal lies in waiting. Focus instead shifts back to the Premier League this weekend, with a trip to South Wales in an attempt to tie down Champions [...]

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Preston Midfielder & Former United Trainee Josh Brownhill on his Old Trafford release, rejecting City, James Wilson and tonight’s FA Cup tie at Deepdale

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Preston Midfielder & Former United Trainee Josh Brownhill on his Old Trafford release, rejecting City, James Wilson and tonight’s FA Cup tie at Deepdale

It can be taxing work being a young footballer. While clubs like Manchester United can give trainees the best possible platform and highest tuition for them to make a success of their career, the players themselves are required to work effortlessly to prove they offer more than just potential. On some occasions – perhaps at [...]

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Preston Preview: Five Keys To Victory

Preston Preview: Five Keys To Victory

As we begin to enter the business end of the season, with important games coming thick and fast, it’s important for United to kick into next gear, starting with a tricky FA Cup fifth round away tie at Deepdale. In truth, things are nowhere near as depressing for United as most would have you believe, [...]

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TOP FIVE: Late Manchester United Goals (Not including THAT one)

TOP FIVE: Late Manchester United Goals (Not including THAT one)

Manchester United’s best ever late goal is so obvious that it doesn’t need to be included in any top five list. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer won us the treble and none of us who were old enough to enjoy it will ever get an experience from following United to top that. However, after Daley Blind kept [...]

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West Ham Preview: Five Keys To Victory

West Ham Preview: Five Keys To Victory

After Tuesday’s victory over Cambridge secured United’s passage into the fifth round of the FA Cup – where Louis van Gaal has all but promised success – attention once again turns back to the Premier League and the quest to secure Champions League football for next season. That victory, albeit at home, saw United score [...]

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Cambridge Replay: Five Keys To Victory

Cambridge Replay: Five Keys To Victory

Call it what you will, a spirited performance from plucky underdogs Cambridge (if that makes you feel better), or an unacceptable, shambolic Manchester United performance. Either way, the outcome remains the same as United’s 0-0 draw with the League Two minnows at the Abbey Stadium brings an FA Cup 4th Round replay at Old Trafford [...]

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Leicester Preview: Five Keys To Victory

Leicester Preview: Five Keys To Victory

Well lets make no mistake about it, last Friday’s dismal 0-0 draw with totally unacceptable. United’s shortcomings were seemingly paled into relative insignificance just 24 hours later with the likes of Chelsea, City, Southampton and Spurs all falling to lesser fancied sides, yet it’s hard to take too much solace given our ineptitude to take [...]

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Cambridge United Preview: 5 Keys to Victory

Cambridge United Preview: 5 Keys to Victory

You know how the old saying goes, you wait ages for a bus and then two come along at once. Nine FA Cup ties in succession had brought challenges from fellow Premier League opposition until a surprise third round draw with Yeovil this year.That may not have been the plain sailing we’d perhaps have hoped [...]

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De Gea insight II: “He misses Hernandez and could be torn over Real Madrid move”

Reports in most newspapers at the moment claim that Manchester United are lining up a deal with Real Madrid that would see David de Gea leave the club with Gareth Bale signing for us. Adam Crafton, who is a journalist for The Daily Mail, has written several articles on De Gea and has a good [...]

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De Gea insight I: “He is very, very happy in Manchester, but Atleti fans wouldn’t begrudge Real move”

De Gea insight I: “He is very, very happy in Manchester, but Atleti fans wouldn’t begrudge Real move”

Reports in most newspapers at the moment claim that Manchester United are lining up a deal with Real Madrid that would see David de Gea leave the club with Gareth Bale signing for us. Adam Crafton, who is a journalist for The Daily Mail, has written several articles on De Gea and has a good [...]

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QPR Preview: Five Keys To Victory

QPR Preview: Five Keys To Victory

Away points have been hard to come by for Louis van Gaal’s side this season, which will prove no different this Saturday with a vital trip to Loftus Road. United’s performances have been way below par of late, ever since appearing from the second half at White Hart Lane in our final match of 2014. [...]

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Southampton Preview: Old Trafford, An Almost Injury-Free Zone

Southampton Preview: Old Trafford, An Almost Injury-Free Zone

No you’re not imagining it. Manchester United go into their second tie with Southampton in little over a month with just one name on the first team injury list. Just one.  Ashley Young remains the solo casualty in Louis van Gaal’s squad, with a hamstring injury due to keep the England international out for around [...]

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TOP FIVE – Manchester United Transfer Rumours That Never Happened

TOP FIVE – Manchester United Transfer Rumours That Never Happened

Everyone loves transfer rumours, right? Well, okay, perhaps not everyone. For some people they mean that the pain of the summer without football is doubled by the idle speculation about which big names will be rocking up at Old Trafford in a brand new Chevy that they would otherwise not be seen dead in. One [...]

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Yeovil Preview: Sweet FA

Yeovil Preview: Sweet FA

More failure at the Britannia in United’s attempts to recover lost ground over the Premier League’s top two confirms that the club’s most likely avenue for silverware this season will come through the FA Cup. The competition’s joint most successful team with 11 titles begin their campaign this year with a trip to Huish Park, [...]

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