rss twitter facebook mobile

Van Gaal: I’ve proven Dutch media wrong

Holland have had a fantastic World Cup so far with Louis van Gaal stealing the limelight with fantastic substitutions winning game after game. Robin van Persie and Arjen Robben have been particularly impressive but it takes more than two players to progress to the quarter-finals of the World Cup. Good performances and top tactics have [...]

Read Full Post
 

VIDEO: Straight red card for Valencia against France

Read Full Post
 

Van Gaal’s Golden Willy

During Holland’s 2-0 win over Chile, confirming their place at the top of the group, Louis van Gaal made two substitutions. Fer was brought on the pitch at 75 minutes, then scored on 77 minutes. Memphis was also a second half sub and he scored Holland’s second goal. Arjen Robben was asked about how Van [...]

Read Full Post
 

LIVE BLOG: Belgium v Russia

Welcome to this afternoons Live Blog coverage of Belgium v Russia, as RoM continues to follow the progress of Manchester United players at this World Cup. Victory today for Fellaini, Januzaj and co will put them through to the knockout stages, and given the quality throughout their side, they surely start this game as favourites

Read Full Post
 

LIVE BLOG: Japan v Greece

Good evening, and welcome to LiveBlog coverage of Japan v Greece, as RoM continues to follow the progress of Manchester United players fortunes at the World Cup. Not looking good so far though, as Japan have dropped Kagawa to the bench! Hopefully he plays some part, slightly surprising given how well Japan played against Ivory [...]

Read Full Post
 

Van Gaal and Van Persie Batter World and European Champions

Van Gaal and Van Persie Batter World and European Champions

Holland thrashed Spain 5-1 in their opening World Cup game this evening, with our Robin van Persie scoring two of the goals. Spain won the European Championship in 2012, the World Cup in 2010, and the Euros in 2008. They were on for their fourth major tournament trophy win in a row but their hopes [...]

Read Full Post
 

Top Journos Explain Why Hodgson Is So Keen On Smalling

Top Journos Explain Why Hodgson Is So Keen On Smalling

Speaking with RoM for the World Cup preview, Martin Lipton and Dom Fifield have discussed the inclusion of Phil Jones and Chris Smalling in the England squad. Martin Lipton, chief football writer for The Mirror They are favourites of Roy Hodgson; and what might be hard for many United fans to get their heads around [...]

Read Full Post
 

Top Journo Amazed By The Bile Rooney Attracts

Top Journo Amazed By The Bile Rooney Attracts

Speaking to RoM for the World Cup preview, Sam Wallace, the chief football writer at The Independent, has discussed at length the importance of Wayne Rooney to England. It never ceases to amaze how much bile he attracts. You might say Rooney’s curse was to be born English at the wrong time. There are so [...]

Read Full Post
 

TOP FIVE: Manchester United Players’ World Cup Moments

TOP FIVE: Manchester United Players’ World Cup Moments

As with any good list, some ground rules are needed. The first is that the player in question had to be playing at United at the time at which their World Cup moment happened – sorry Fabien, you don’t make the cut, though I suspect the fact that you won the thing probably eases the [...]

Read Full Post
 

Top Jounos Rate Mata’s Chances Of Making A Difference For Spain

Top Jounos Rate Mata’s Chances Of Making A Difference For Spain

Sid Lowe, who writes a weekly article for The Guardian on Spanish football, and Graham Hunter, who has written books on Spain’s Euro and World Cup success, as well as one on Barcelona which won the Football Book of the Year at The British Sports Book Awards in 2013, have spoken exclusively to RoM for [...]

Read Full Post
 

Rooney: Welbeck is fine for Saturday

Danny Welbeck sat out of England training today, leading to speculation that he was injured. However, Wayne Rooney has played down any fears this evening and said that Welbeck will be available for England’s opening game against Italy on Saturday. “Danny will be fine. I’m sure he will be ready for Saturday. He was just [...]

Read Full Post
 

Nani: Sporting Connection Set To See Nani Thrive At The World Cup

Nani: Sporting Connection Set To See Nani Thrive At The World Cup

Portugal go into their eighth successive major tournament at the upcoming World Cup. Reaching three semi-finals (Euro 2000, WC 2006 and Euro 2012) and one final (Euro 2004) in the last decade and a half is a remarkable achievement for a country that is among the nani poorest and smallest in Western Europe. Hopes of [...]

Read Full Post
 

Rio: I took Carrick to the pub after England squad news

Michael Carrick, like most players at the club, had a pretty awful season for United in 2013-2014. Rio Ferdinand has today claimed that it was a mistake for Roy Hodgson to leave Carrick out of the squad for Brazil though, despite such a poor year. “As someone involved in that extraordinary campaign, it’s safe to [...]

Read Full Post
 

VIDEO: Kagawa goal vs Zambia

Shinji Kagawa scored the equalising goal for Japan after they had gone 2-0 down against Zambia. They went on to win the game 4-3, after a 90th minute winner.

Read Full Post
 

Valencia: I’m apologised to team mates for red card

Valencia: I’m apologised to team mates for red card

During Ecuador’s 2-2 draw with England last night, Antonio Valencia was the victim of an awful late challenge by Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling, but fortunately for him, his standing leg wasn’t planted. If he hadn’t managed to jump out of the way, he could have been nursing the second bone break of his career. In response, [...]

Read Full Post