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Chelsea’s Cry Baby Starting To Sound Desperate

Whilst John Terry will certainly still be feeling the weight of responsibility for his team’s failure, I don’t think that quite excuses the lunacy of his recent statements. Last week, Terry was claiming that United have peaked. Now, this can be forgiven I suppose. He’s ranting and trying to lift the confidence of his team [...]

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Ian Wright Wants Arsenal Hero At United

Rumours linking Thierry Henry to Manchester United have been circulating for some time now, which have been perpetuated with Sir Alex Ferguson’s recent admission that he couldn’t rule a bid for the striker out, saying, “I can’t answer it because I’ve not got a direct answer.” I have already made my feelings on the matter [...]

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United Will Finish 2nd, Chelsea Will Finish 1st

Last season, United were some way short of what I’d expect of a team filled with the ability it has. Despite adding Owen Hargreaves, Carlos Tevez, Anderson and Nani to what was already a Championship winning side, we finished 2 points behind our total from the season before. Even with all the goals Ronaldo scored, [...]

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Had John Terry Not Slipped, United Wouldn’t Have Won The European Cup

If I got a pound for every time I read rival fans on this blog write, “United only won the European Cup because John Terry slipped”, I’d be a very rich man indeed. As is part and parcel of football support in this country, your success will always be undermined by your rivals. I remember [...]

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United At Their Peak? Is Chelsea’s Terry Really That Thick?

Whatever happens in the future, whether we end up like Leeds or simply can’t hack it at the top once Sir Alex Ferguson leaves, whether Roman Abramovich hires all the best coaches in the World or spends £100s of millions on the greatest players to ensure superiority in England and Europe, John Terry will always [...]

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PICTURES: More Badge-Kissing… Now Arsenal’s Adebayor

PICTURES: More Badge-Kissing… Now Arsenal’s Adebayor

In the week leading up to Manchester United saying goodbye to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, as the player, Sir Alex Ferguson commented on the state of our game, in terms of loyalty and contracts. “Anyone serving more than 10 years at a football club these days is exceptional,” said Fergie. “Especially with freedom of contract, the [...]

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“Arsenal Better Than United and Chelsea”

Yesterday, I reported back on Avram Grant’s pearls of wisdom regarding which team from the top, claiming Chelsea were better than United and Arsenal. The logic behind this was a little cloudy though, surprisingly. He seemed to think that despite losing out to United in the league and European Cup, two months later, Chelsea are [...]

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Chelsea Blame Drogba And Anelka… But Terry Was The One At Fault

The Champions League final. With six minutes remaining in extra time before the penalty shoot out, Carlos Tevez kicked the ball out of play, to return possession to Chelsea. Just before, Joe Cole went down ‘injured’ with Chelsea playing the ball in to touch. From the resultant throw-in, United gave the ball back in the [...]

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“Chelsea Better Than United And Arsenal”

I remember distinctly waking up at some ungodly hour in September as the text message sound on my mobile phone went off. “Jose Mourinho sacked!” read the message. When it was later announced that Avram Grant was the man to replace him, I couldn’t quite believe our luck. Chelsea were nothing without Mourinho. However, Grant [...]

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Washed Up Arsenal Legend To United? No Ta

Washed Up Arsenal Legend To United? No Ta

Thierry Henry is a player I love to hate. It filled me with great satisfaction that United finished Champions of England in his last year in the Premiership. Arsenal fans loved Henry and since I’d strongly disliked Arsenal during the late 90s and early 00s, it came naturally to have such a negative opinion of [...]

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Chelsea Anelka: Rooney Wrong About United

Wayne Rooney is a fans’ favourite at Old Trafford following the past few seasons of entirely dedicated performances from the young forward. He is often criticised from those outside of United, but inside, he is loved and praised in excess. I have questioned in the past whether winning the Champions League automatically makes you the [...]

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Fergie Hairdryer Treatment Last Appearance: Arsenal Away

Getting a victory over Arsenal is always something I enjoy, whether we’re in a position to fight it out for the league or not. There have been so many great matches between the two clubs over the past 10 years or more, fuelled by the intense rivalry between the two clubs for the Premiership title, [...]

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Fergie: We Would Have Developed Chelsea Mikel The Right Way

“Cheerio, cheerio, cheerio,” the Old Trafford crowd jeered, waving John Obi Mikel off the pitch enthusiastically. Just days before, Jose Mourinho had been sacked and with half an hour played in to their first game without him, they were down to ten men. Mikel had clattered in to Patrice Evra and Mike Dean showed no [...]

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Spurs The Hypocrites – Doing Business With ‘Disgraceful’ and ‘Arrogant’ Liverpool

Reports today suggest that a deal has been agreed between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool for Irish striker Robbie Keane. It is believed that he has already undergone the medical and could be flying out to Spain tomorrow to join his new team for a friendly against Villarreal. The fee is expected to be in the [...]

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Anything Giggs Can Do In Salford, Stevie Me Can Do In Liverpool?

Anything Giggs Can Do In Salford, Stevie Me Can Do In Liverpool?

A couple of weeks ago, Ryan Giggs was presented with an honoury degree from Salford University for his contribution to sport and charitable causes. “I’m really pleased to accept this degree,” he said. “When I started my career as a professional footballer I didn’t envisage that one day I’d be made master of arts. I [...]

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