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United Always Deserving Of Their European Success…Unlike Liverpool and Milan

I have always been a firm believer of the idea that winning the league proves you are the best team in your country. Whilst you may have good fortune along the way, there are no “lucky” winners of the Premiership. If over 38 games you accumulate more points than any other team, then you are [...]

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Rio: I Didn’t Think JT Would Miss

Rio Ferdinand has avoided Wayne Rooney’s stag do this weekend, which certainly won’t do his status with Sir Alex Ferguson and Fabio Capello any harm. Instead, after travelling with the national side to Trinidad last week, he’s made a trip Nigeria, where he’s had several commitments to fulfil within a short 36 hour period. Visiting [...]

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The Cheating One

Jose Mourinho claimed this week, after being appointed the manager of Inter Milan, that he wanted to drop the “Special One” tag. When Mourinho first came to Chelsea his confidence was soaring after winning the SuperLiga and Champions League with Porto the season prior. Whilst his opening day victory over United could never be described [...]

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VIDEO: Reactions To The Chelsea Shoot Out

United fans are lucky to have several matches to choose from as “the greatest ever”. The ones that tend to rank most highly are the ones where we should have been well and truly beaten, but somehow managed to come back and win. In 1999, we saw several games like this, with the games against [...]

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Evra: Ronaldo Scared Me

Patrice Evra had played in a Champions League final before last Wednesday, however then was on the losing side. Jose Mourinho’s Porto beat Monaco 3-0 and it is a night that has stayed with Evra ever since. Since lifting the trophy last week, Evra has spoken at his great joy about being a European Cup [...]

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Intense joy, complete contentment, happiness unmeasurable – We’re Champions of Europe

Ahead of last night’s Champions League final, I wasn’t half as nervous as I expected I’d be. Of course, there were some nerves, and the hour leading up to kick off felt like the longest of my life, but I was far more excited than I was scared. It was written in the stars, the [...]

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VIDEO: “Honest Man” John Terry Spits At Tevez

Frank Lampard is full to the brim with bitterness following United’s victory in the Champions League final last night, but has backed his team mate and captain, John Terry, to bounce back from the defeat. If John Terry had scored his penalty, Chelsea would have been crowned Champions of Europe. However, the Chelsea skipper lost [...]

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Bitter, Fat, Rent Boy: Chelsea Deserved To Win

A penalty shoot out decided that Manchester United are the Champions of Europe. After completely dominated play in the first 45 minutes, with chances that should have seen us go in 3-1 up at half time, Chelsea had the better display in the second half. Their goal came in the flukiest of circumstances, with the [...]

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We Want Four! We Want Four!

Manchester United won their third European Cup last night, beating Chelsea on penalties. Since the start of the season, I, like many other reds, have claimed this would be our year, believing strongly in the fated conditions this season brought with it. 40 years since our first European Cup, 50 years since our Busby Babes [...]

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VIDEO: Last Night’s Penalty Shoot Out

On repeat. All day. Manchester United – ChelseaUploaded by hern

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Kanchelskis: Let’s Stuff Chelsea Again

Andrei Kanchelskis was a top quality United player, bombing down the wing long before the days of David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo. With the cuff of his shirt in his hand, he provided goals for the likes of Eric Cantona and Mark Hughes. He was also capable of scoring the odd goal or two for [...]

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Rooney: Attack, attack, attack!

Manchester United have proven they are better than their rivals both offensively and defensively this season, however, it is our attacking football that we pride ourselves on. This dates back to the Busby Babes in the 50′s and is fully part of the United tradition. However, on a couple of occasions this season in Europe, [...]

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A Taste Of 99

Any excuse… Highlights of the last 3 minutes Celebrating with the crowd after the match

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Paul Scholes Opens Our Season…Ryan Giggs Closes It

After a goalless home draw against Reading on the opening day of the Premiership season, it was Paul Scholes who scored our first goal of the campaign, finding the back of the net with just 15 minutes played against Portsmouth. After months on the sidelines following an operation, it seems as though Scholesy was saving [...]

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Are We Complacent Or Is The Pressure On Chelsea?

At the beginning of every season, winning the league title is top priority at United. You have to prove you’re the best in your own country for any European title to prove anything. Sir Alex Ferguson is eager to win another European Cup, reiterating the point several times that a club of United’s size should [...]

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