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United’s Hard Stance Guarantees We Won’t End Up Like Chelsea

Following Cristiano Ronaldo’s great rise in form during the 2006-2007 season, the player was rewarded with a contract extension that saw his wages increase to £120,000 a week. If fulfilled, this contract would see Ronaldo at the club until he was 27-years-old, hopefully after winning a bagful of trophies. Last season, as he added another [...]

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Chelsea Trying To Escape Racist Connections But Add Insult To United Injury

Whilst still confident United had it in them to go and win the league, the 2-1 to defeat against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge was pretty devastating. To equalise in the second half, only to lose due to a soft penalty awarded a couple of minutes from time, left me upset, frustrated, and angrier than I’d [...]

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United Always Deserving Of Their European Success…Unlike Liverpool and Milan

I have always been a firm believer of the idea that winning the league proves you are the best team in your country. Whilst you may have good fortune along the way, there are no “lucky” winners of the Premiership. If over 38 games you accumulate more points than any other team, then you are [...]

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Arsenal, You Can Have Ramsey, We’ll Take Huntelaar

Much fuss was made of lifelong Manchester United fan, Aaron Ramsey, choosing to leave Cardiff for Arsenal, over a move to United. In the end, Arsene Wenger showed that he wanted the youngster more, putting in far more effort than Sir Alex Ferguson to secure the deal. No doubt, the lad clearly has a lot [...]

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Chelsea’s Scolari: United Aren’t A One Man Team

In the midst of Euro 2008, there were several reports claiming Luiz Filipe Scolari, who had just taken on the job as Chelsea manager, was advising Ronaldo to leave United for Real Madrid. In an interview Ronaldo claimed that Scolari had said that the opportunity to join Real is once in a lifetime and he [...]

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Neville Gives Us What Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal Don’t Have

Pepe Reina weakly palmed the ball in to the back of the net, the strength from Rio Ferdinand’s header too much to keep out. The Stretford End behind went mental. We’d done it! In a match where Liverpool arguably did more with the ball, United snatched the three points at the death. Like every other [...]

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The Support Ronaldo Received Is Now Sickening

Steven Gerrard, who missed one of the penalties that saw England knocked out of the last World Cup, deflected any possible negative attention away from himself and in the direction of Ronaldo instead. “If it was one of my team-mates, I’d be absolutely disgusted in him because there’s no need for that,” said Gerrard. “I’ve [...]

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Congratulations Chelsea’s Ballack On Fantastic Season

“[They are] not the Manchester of before,” Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said in August 2005, after the player was linked with a move to United. “If I were a player, I would laugh about it.” “I just can’t imagine that he would go to Manchester United,” Rummenigge said in October 2005. “What would speak for Manchester and [...]

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“Leaving United Was The Best Thing I Ever Did”

“From playing under Sir Alex you learn high standards and ruthlessness is required at any level of management, more so at the top. I’m sure I’ll find that out,” said Paul Ince, the new Blackburn Rovers manager, today. Becoming the 4th player from the 1994 Double winning side at United to manage a Premiership team [...]

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It’s That Time Again… This Is Liverpool’s Year

Repetition is a serious problem for our scouse neighbours. The season before last they won nothing, which was repeated in 07-08 when they again won nothing. It’s not only their trophyless seasons Liverpool choose to repeat, but their pre-season sayings. “This is our year,” Gerrard will tell Sky Sports news. He’ll put his faith in [...]

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Liverpool’s Small Club Mentality… Please Leave Ronaldo

To guarantee an argument which will last all night, put a Manchester United and Liverpool fan in a room and get them to discuss which club is the greatest. “Have you ever won the Treble?” “We’ve won it five times,” “18 years,” and “18 vs 17 titles,” would probably be the phrases that appeared most [...]

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Shut Your Trap Rent Boy… How Can Ronaldo Be So Stupid?

At the end of May, before his appointment as Chelsea manager had been announced, Luiz Filipe Scolari, speaking as Ronaldo’s international coach, claimed he thought Real Madrid were the right club for Ronnie. “I have told him that in football you cannot live on memories,” Scolari said. “You have to take the opportunities when they [...]

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RA Is Richer Than FA – Scolari The Coach Of Rivals Chelsea

It was announced yesterday that our main title rivals, Chelsea, will be managed by Luiz Filipe Scolari next season. The current Portuguese boss turned down the potential job offer as the England national team manager two years ago after feeling as though our media was too intrusive. “There are 20 reporters outside my house now,” [...]

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Arsenal Develop Youngsters, Unlike Manchester United

It was announced yesterday that Aaron Ramsey chose to sign for Arsenal over United, following weeks of us being tipped as the favourites to sign him. I addressed this issue yesterday, which brought about lots of interesting feedback from United and Arsenal fans alike. The general conclusion seemed to be that Arsenal’s bid was more [...]

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Why Has Ramsey Snubbed Us For Arsenal?

Recently, I wrote about the potential new signing, Aaron Ramsey, after we had been tipped favourites to sign him. Last week, Cardiff boss, Dave Jones, spoke in favour of United signing their talented young player. “We have no doubts whatsoever that Aaron could make the grade at somewhere like Manchester United,” he said. “We would [...]

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