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Quotes of the Week

“I didn’t mean to stamp on Carvalho, but I know what it looks like and I do wince when I see it.” Wayne Rooney is still adamant it was an accident. “In terms of a game where everything just clicked, it has to be Barcelona away in the Champions League. Of all the goals I [...]

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RoM Reads

The Mirror supports Dimitar Berbatov. The Times looks at the best United-Arsenal XI. The Guardian isn’t impressed with the top four. Studs Up explores Ferguson’s comments about Wiley. The Chelsea Blog looks at Evra’s comments about Chelsea and Liverpool.

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RoM Reads

Oliver Kay writes for The Times claiming that Fergie’s accusation about the ref was just to cover his own mistakes. United Rant sums up the Sunderland draw. Soccerlens writes in praise of Dimitar Berbatov. The Sunderland Echo interviews Anton after his own goal. The Guardian reports on how our players will cook for fans in the [...]

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PICTURES: United Training Ahead Of Sunderland

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RoM Reads

The Telegraph writes in full praise of Dimitar Berbatov. Liverpool Kop reckons stats prove Torres is better than Rooney. Just like stats proved Berbatov was the best player on the park last night… oh, no wait… Rossobianchi talks about Giggs’ knighthood. F365 takes the piss out of Keano.

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Can’t Watch Stoke Game?

If you can’t watch the Stoke vs United match today, RoM will be running another live blog to keep you updated.

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RoM Links

The Times writes in praise of Giggsy. The Daily Mail looks at Neville’s claims that players deserve their wages. United Rant lets loose on the FA. The Telegraph interviews Neville. ManUtdPeople are selling up if you’re interested. The Spoiler shows a Swedish keeper literally moving the goal posts.

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What Do City, Spurs and Arsenal All Have In Common?

What Do City, Spurs and Arsenal All Have In Common?

Just six games in to the season and there will be some people who are totally baffled by Manchester United’s start to the season. We were supposed to struggle to find the back of the net in Cristiano Ronaldo’s absence but have already achieved in six matches what it took us ten games to do [...]

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Fergie: We Battered Them And Hughes Needs To Get On With It

Sir Alex Ferguson has responded to the issue of the amount of injury time played but says that managers just need to get on with, however frustrating it is when it goes against you.

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Carlos “4-3″ Tevez T-shirts For £8

Carlos “4-3″ Tevez T-shirts For £8

Buy the t-shirt from the RoM shop.

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The City Perspective On Bellamy and Hughes

The City Perspective On Bellamy and Hughes

“All Craig has done is go over there and tell the guy to get off the pitch,” said Mark Hughes. “Craig wasn’t privy to how much time was left to enable us to get back into the game. The guy made an aggressive move towards him and Craig wanted to get him off the pitch. [...]

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The Lady Behind The “Welcome To Manchester” Banner

Ahead of kick-off on Sunday a ‘Welcome to Manchester’ banner was hung from the East Stand in response to City’s poster about Carlos Tevez. Whilst they were bragging about a striker who’d scored on just five occasions in the league last season, our banner took pride in all the trophies we’ve won. I’ve caught up [...]

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Slagging Off Bellamy And Tevez On F365

Slagging Off Bellamy And Tevez On F365
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More Rubbish From Hughes

I’m sure I wasn’t alone in being unimpressed with City’s travelling support in the weekend. Whilst they sung a song or two in the aftermath of a goal, they didn’t give out the impression it was derby day and they were really up for it. Whilst the Old Trafford atmosphere is often mocked, honest City [...]

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Rio Opens “Red” Restaurant In Manchester

Rio Ferdinand has added to his money-making schemes with a new restaurant set to open in Manchester, called ‘Rosso’ or ‘Red’ in Italian. The restaurant is located just off Kings Street in an 114-year-old, Grade II-listed building, with two restored domes, polished-marble columns and walls, delicate stained glass and ornate plaster ceilings.

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