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RoM Ask Wes Brown About His Chant, Nou Camp 99 and Brother Reece

RoM Ask Wes Brown About His Chant, Nou Camp 99 and Brother Reece

Who do you enjoy beating the most – Liverpool or Manchester City? I would have to say Man City….even though it’s very close. The reason it would be City is just because I am a Manchester lad and it’s always a game I look forward to in the season. Over the past couple of decades, [...]

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Paddy Crerand On Club Over Country, Berbatov and ABU Media

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Paddy Crerand On Club Over Country, Berbatov and ABU Media

Whilst for the younger generations of reds, Paddy Crerand will be better known for his commentary on MUTV, it shouldn’t be forgotten what a legend he was for our club on the pitch. Joining United five years after the Munich air disaster, Crerand went on to win the European Cup, two league titles and the [...]

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View from the Enemy: West Ham Fan On Relegation Battles, Having One Song and

View from the Enemy: West Ham Fan On Relegation Battles, Having One Song and

The relegation battle last season fizzled out to nothing, with the three teams decided by April and no final or penultimate day drama. West Ham finished one place above the relegation zone but were a good five points clear of Burnley, with Gianfranco Zola enduring a pretty dismal season. Don’t forget the Hammers finished 9th [...]

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View from the Enemy: Spurs Fan On The Project, Redknapp’s Chat and Howard Webb

View from the Enemy: Spurs Fan On The Project, Redknapp’s Chat and Howard Webb

Tottenham Hotspur were the first team to break in to the top four since Everton back in 2005. When looking at their fixtures towards the end of the season, having to take on Arsenal, Chelsea, United and City, it really didn’t look good for them. But with three wins out of four they secured that [...]

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EXCLUSIVE Interview With Rafael: United Dream, City’s Cash and Brazil Call-Up

EXCLUSIVE Interview With Rafael: United Dream, City’s Cash and Brazil Call-Up

Since being spotting by Manchester United scouts when they were 15, with the da Silva twins have gone from strength to strength, Rafael in particularly. He’s close to half a century of appearances for the first team despite only being 20-years-old. With Gary Neville, Wes Brown and even John O’Shea occupying his preferred right-back position, [...]

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View from the Enemy: Sunderland Fan On Richardson, Newcastle’s Promotion and Frazier

View from the Enemy: Sunderland Fan On Richardson, Newcastle’s Promotion and Frazier

Sunderland have become a club we have lots of connections with over the years, thanks mainly to Roy Keane’s appointment as their manager. His transfer policy seemed to be sign United youth team players, loan United youth team players, sign former United players or sign Irish players. That connection has continued now that another former [...]

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View from the Enemy: Newcastle Fan On Relegation Under Shearer, Nicky Butt’s Retirement and Mike Ashley Chant

View from the Enemy: Newcastle Fan On Relegation Under Shearer, Nicky Butt’s Retirement and Mike Ashley Chant

Long gone are the days when United and Newcastle were rivals, with Alan Shearer snubbing us with hopes of titles in the North-East, Kevin Keegan’s very public break down on Sky Sports and nabbing Andy Cole from under their noses. Ah yes, those were the days. Much to everyone’s surprise, Newcastle weren’t ‘too big to [...]

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View from the Enemy: City Fan On Chicharito, Losing 4-3 and Nigel de Jong Chant

View from the Enemy: City Fan On Chicharito, Losing 4-3 and Nigel de Jong Chant

Manchester United beat local rivals Manchester City on three occasions in injury time last season. Michael Owen grabbed a late winner in the dramatic 4-3 win at Old Trafford, Wayne Rooney made in 3-1 and knocked City out of the League Cup, contrary to Garry Cook’s very public assertions, before United denied City entry to [...]

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VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: Liverpool Fan On The End Of The Rafalution, Hernandez and Carra’s Dad

VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: Liverpool Fan On The End Of The Rafalution, Hernandez and Carra’s Dad

It’s hard to believe that a couple of years ago Liverpool were the team closest to us when we won the league again. In the end, they won three less games than us but there were serious worries that Liverpool were in the ascendancy and that the claims of a ‘Rafalution’ were starting not to [...]

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View from the Enemy: Chelsea Fan On Moscow, Berbatov and Same Ol’ Terry Always Cheating

View from the Enemy: Chelsea Fan On Moscow, Berbatov and Same Ol’ Terry Always Cheating

It’s so easy to hate Chelsea isn’t it? Their bought trophies, their odious captain, and their rivalry with us for the title makes it so simple. The fact that John Terry is still regarded as a “legend” at Chelsea, despite the fact he was getting off with a former Chelsea player’s bird, sums up their [...]

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View from the Enemy: Blackpool Fan On Charlie Adam, 1948 FA Cup Final and Away Days

View from the Enemy: Blackpool Fan On Charlie Adam, 1948 FA Cup Final and Away Days

It’s hard to believe that ten years ago, Blackpool were about to start the season in the fourth tier of English football, what we now refer to as League 2. They finished 7th that season but gained promotion through the play-offs, a habit they would repeat time and again over the next few years. It [...]

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View from the Enemy: Birmingham Fan On Foster, Wenger Chants and Winning 5-1

View from the Enemy: Birmingham Fan On Foster, Wenger Chants and Winning 5-1

United were pretty dreadful during their away draw against Birmingham last season, with an own goal saving us following a dismal performance. Still, Birmingham denied Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Spurs the three points at St. Andrews after enjoying a very successful return to the Premiership, so there was certainly no shame in dropping points there. [...]

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View from the Enemy: Arsenal Fan On Captain Fabregas, Defensive Disorganisation and Wenger’s Future

View from the Enemy: Arsenal Fan On Captain Fabregas, Defensive Disorganisation and Wenger’s Future

I imagined this summer would be easier to get through because of the World Cup and the first week or so kept me fairly entertained. But thanks to my obsession with United, football that isn’t United can only hold my attention for so long. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a football fan, but I’m a [...]

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Kansas City Star Talks To RoM

Ahead of United’s game in Kansas tomorrow, the Kansas City Star got in touch and this is what they wrote… To really get to know Manchester United, you need someone who follows the team day-in and day-out, lives in Manchester and writes the best Red Devil blog in the world. Lucky for us, I’ve found [...]

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VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: Portugal On Ronaldo, Brazil and Eusebio

VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: Portugal On Ronaldo, Brazil and Eusebio

With a few blogs dropping out of The Sun‘s World Cup competition, RoM has been given Korea Republic and Honduras to support. Park is already through to the next round and will face Uruguay, whilst Honduras are currently bottom of their group. If Chile beat Spain then a big win against Switzerland could see them [...]

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