Ahead of their Champions League final against Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund have put Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s shirt from in to their museum…
In City’s penultimate game at the Etihad against West Brom this evening, the blues again made a mockery of their claim that Manchester belongs to them. City claimed the attendance was 46,158, as that is how many tickets were apparently sold for the game. Part-time supporters stopped watching Premier League fixtures since we won the [...]
Luis Suarez is unlikely to play for the rest of the season after biting Branislav Ivanovic on Sunday. The horrible little runt, who punched someone in the face when representing his country earlier this month, has been charged by the FA for this latest disgraceful act. This is the second time in the past three [...]
On Manchester City’s official YouTube channel, Micah Richards was filmed singing Michael Carrick’s chant, “hard to believe it’s not Scholes, it’s Carrick, you know.” As City boarded the train to London from Stockport, ahead of their game against Chelsea today, Richards unashamedly sang the United chant 4 minutes and 30 seconds in. Top red.
This is the second in a monthly column that is fast becoming my favourite to write. The first one had mixed reviews with people criticising the language and style in which it was written. Apparently it had too much swearing in it which is odd considering the title of this column is “Cunt of the [...]
Manchester United face Real Madrid at the 85,454 capacity Santiago Bernabéu Stadium tonight the Champions League round of 16. Whilst this game is a sell out (although won’t hit the 85k mark because of fewer seats being made available for European games), it is interesting to note that the Spanish giants do struggle to sell [...]
A Manchester-based artist, Michael Browne, has presented this ambitious painting of United players past and present to pay tribute to their dominance of the English game over recent years. The painting can be found at the National Football Museum (in the Urbis building in town). Browne is behind the famous The Art of the Game [...]
Once you can get over the odd notion of using players from United and Liverpool to advertise their company, you have to give credit to Chevrolet for illustrating the gulf in quality between the two clubs. Paul Scholes, Robin van Persie, Rio Ferdinand and Ryan Giggs vs Jordan Henderson, Jonjo Shelvey, Joe Allen and Glen [...]