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Berbatov Injured As He Faces Thrashing From Vidic’s Serbia

Dimitar Berbatov was replaced in the first half of Bulgaria’s 6-1 thrashing at the hands of Serbia, with the injury believed to be his hamstring. He is now obviously a doubt for this weekend’s match against Aston Villa. It could have been much worse for Bulgaria when considering that Serbia missed two penalties. Fortunately for [...]

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BBC’s England Man of the Match

BBC’s England Man of the Match

Michael Carrick! Well done lad. Nice to see even when we only have one player representing the national team, one who is always overlooked in favour of Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard, that he is giving a good account of himself. I didn’t watch the game so don’t expect any more from me on it!

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Carrick Disagrees With O’Shea On Ferguson and International Duty

Yesterday, John O’Shea claimed that despite what people may think, Sir Alex Ferguson is very supportive of his players going on International duty. With a friendly scheduled for tomorrow, something which Ferguson has branded ‘a waste of time’ in the past, our manager is obviously less that impressed, particularly when considering the injuries we already [...]

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Ferguson NEVER Tries To Talk Players Out Of International Duty

International matches take place this week meaning several players came off ‘injured’ during the weekend’s Premiership fixtures. In the past, Ferguson branded Internional friendlies, like the one England will be playing against Germany on Wednesday, ‘a waste of time’, after Darren Fletcher picked up an injury whilst playing for Scotland. “We’ve had a bad blow [...]

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Race Row: Rio vs Arsenal’s Fabregas

Rio Ferdinand sensibly called for the FIFA to start docking points of teams whose fans exhibited racist behaviour. Following the pitiful fine FIFA dished out to Croatia after their fans made monkey noises whenever Emile Heskey was on the ball in England’s recent, Ferdinand was concerned at FIFA’s poor commitment to kicking racism out of [...]

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VIDEO: Rooney’s Goals Against Belarus

Click here to watch Rooney’s first goal and click here to see his second.

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Wayne Rooney Gets His Wish

Wayne Rooney scored two goals for England tonight, with his lovely footwork assisting the goal for Steven Gerrard. Liverpool’s captain should have added a second to his talley, yet managed to miss an open goal from a couple of yards out. After scoring two goals against Kazakhstan at the weekend, as well as three goals [...]

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VIDEO: Park’s Screamer Against UAE Tonight

Park scored South Korea’s second in their 4-1 win over United Arab Emirates today. Click here to watch Park Ji-Sung’s goal.

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How The Press Rated United’s England Players

How The Press Rated United’s England Players

Wayne Rooney, Rio Ferdinand and Wes Brown all played a big part in England’s 5-1 victory over Kazakhstan. Whilst the scoreline is not entirely reflective of the match, particularly when you consider the teams went in 0-0 at half time, our lads had a big part to play in the result. After the match, Oliver [...]

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It’s All About United As England Beat Kazakhstan

Rio Ferdinand, who was oddly overlooked for captaincy by Fabio Capello, lead out England tonight, filling in for TinyTears’ who is struggling to overcome a reoccurring back injury. Playing for his country means a lot to Rio and he would be right to feel hard done by after missing out on the permanent captaincy, particularly [...]

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Rio Can’t Wait To Captain England In Front Of Family

TinyTears’ reoccurring back injury will keep him out of this weekend’s England qualifier against Kazakhstan, meaning Rio Ferdinand will lead the team out as captain. Whether he will be given the job next Wednesday will depend on an assessment of Mr Chelsea’s injury at the weekend.

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Rio Doesn’t Want Arsenal Keeper With England

When the stories first started about Manuel Almunia playing for England, I was rather taken aback that Arsenal could have a goalkeeper in his 30′s who’d yet to pick up an international cap. I suppose I mustn’t have been paying attention to Mad Jens’ rants when he lost his place to Almunia, but it certainly [...]

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Rio Has A Pop At Blatter

Rio Ferdinand was the target of racist abuse when playing for England against Spain in 2004, along with team mates Ashley Cole and Shaun Wright-Phillips. Every time they went near the ball, the crowd could be heard making monkey noises, leading Rio to almost walk off the pitch. “I don’t think anybody back in England [...]

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Fletcher For Captain

“I can’t understand why people in Scotland rave about Darren Fletcher,” Roy Keane said in that interview with MUTV, which ultimately saw him leave Old Trafford. I had to agree with him. It was 2005 and Fletcher was getting in our squad far too often. I’d complain about it, but then, we didn’t actually have [...]

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