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Seven United Fans Arrested At Birmingham

With St. Andrews incapable of providing adequate provisions for half-time beverages and snacks, I stayed in the stands during half-time. There was no way that people were going to get their beer down there, with thousands of fans crammed in to such a tiny area. If you did make it to the counter in time, [...]

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It’s All Over For United… Again

It’s All Over For United… Again

In response to the doom and gloom articles being written about us in the papers, I thought I would share a thing or two written about us in the summer of 2006. We had just finished second in the league and won the League Cup, after finishing third the season before and winning nothing. Ruud [...]

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Anderson: I’m Sad About My United Form… But I Can Make History Books

Anderson: I’m Sad About My United Form… But I Can Make History Books

Anderson has struggled to recreate the form of his first season at Manchester United, showing flashes of brilliance like his domineering role at Stamford Bridge, but generally lacking in consistency when it comes to his performances.

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Fergie: I Was Shocked That Older Players Didn’t Help Youngsters

Fergie: I Was Shocked That Older Players Didn’t Help Youngsters

When I found out the team set to play against Leeds last weekend, I was very surprised. I knew that Sir Alex Ferguson wasn’t going to put out a team of Reserves, but I certainly didn’t expect as many first team players as there were. Every single player in that starting XI had started a [...]

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Nev Retiring “Nonsense”? Really?

“4-3, mate” were the infamous words of Jake Clarke as he was carted away by security. He had both his arms held behind his back, but this didn’t stop Craig Bellamy marching over to him and striking Jake in the face. The FA didn’t deem this action worthy of any penalty, but Jake has been [...]

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Ahead Of Our Trip To Brum…

Ahead Of Our Trip To Brum…

After Manchester United’s spineless performance against City in the match that marked the 50th anniversary of the Munich Air Disaster, I was absolutely livid with the players. Whilst of course I always want to see United win, it would be ridiculous to expect United to win every game. I also don’t expect us to win [...]

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Fergie: We DO Have Money To Spend

With talk of the Glazers’ financial worries dominating the press, Sir Alex Ferguson insists we do have money to spend but that we would struggle to get good value for it at the moment.

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Fergie: I Always Wanted To Sign Maldini

Sir Alex Ferguson has today revealed that AC Milan legend, Paolo Maldini, had been on his wanted list for years. After starting with the youth team in the 1970′s, Maldini went on to play for the first team for 25 years, making a total of 902 appearances. Milan retired his number three shirt, only to [...]

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RoM Reads

United Rant discusses the debt. Mark Ogden writes for The Telegraph about the debt. Dear Mr Levy talks about Berbatov. The Telegraph compares the overreaction to United’s situation with that of 2005. The Spoiler reckons United and Arsenal are battling over the signature of a Cardiff City teen. Dirty Tackle looks at why Mancini is [...]

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Time To Stop The Music

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It Could Be Worse…

…we could be scouse. That is all.

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No Silver Lining To Leeds Result

If you are a United fan coming here to read my post-match thoughts to cheer yourself up a bit, then I suggest you fuck off now. If you want to share in the pure rage, stick around.

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VOTE for Ryan Giggs on Piers Morgan’s Poll

Piers Morgan is running a poll for the Best British Player of 2009. Burnley’s Graham Alexander and City’s Craig Bellamy are racing out in the lead. Let’s really piss him off by getting Ryan Giggs to win his poll. VOTE FOR RYAN GIGGS

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PICTURES: Manchester United in 2009

Some of the best bits of 2009…

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Becks: I’d Love To Score Against ‘Dream Club’ United

David Beckham said he was close to tears when he found out via text that AC Milan would be playing United in the next round of the European Cup. But he is going to be a professional about the game, hoping to beat United, but trying not to celebrate if he scores against us.

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