In light of the debate of whether John Terry should remain England captain following his disgraceful behaviour towards team mate Wayne Bridge, former United player and current United season ticket holder, Andrew Cole, has spoken about the role of the football captain.
Andy Goram came to Manchester United on loan during the 2000-2001 to help us out during a time when our other goalies, Fabien Barthez and Raimond Van der Gouw, were unavailable – Barthez on duty with the French side and Van der Gouw struggling with injury. His first game was our 4-2 win over Coventry [...]
Roy Keane has turned on Mark Hughes and Steve Bruce today, claiming they are not successful managers because they haven’t won anything. Whilst both have had disappointing spells in their career, it’s hard to argue with what Bruce has achieved with Wigan and Hughes achieved with Blackburn. They haven’t had a trophy to their name [...]
Manchester United players and fans were ecstatic. We were going to the European Cup final! Having gone down 2-0 against Juventus within the first ten minutes, United turned the game around and won 3-2. A 2-2 draw would have been enough for us to progress that night in Turin. Giggsy, who had scored our only [...]
Since the explosion of YouTube as a accessible way for everyone to get their hands on videos, we have seen the emergence of more specialist websites. GodTube, TeacherTube, PornTube, and the like. If there’s a lot of people interested in it, you’ll probably find a ‘Tube’ to go with it. So, it obviously wasn’t going [...]
Former Arsenal captain, Patrick Vieira, has today confessed that Manchester United midfielders, Roy Keane and Paul Scholes, were the best he came across during his nine years in the Premiership. When asked about his most difficult opponents, Keane and Scholes were the only players he described at length, speaking in full praise of the pair.
When Anderson first joined United, I was expected a flair player, who’d be great on the attack, but whose work rate may suffer. He was billed as the replacement for Paul Scholes, which was incredibly exciting, considering the thought of finding someone to fill Scholes’ shoes should have been a worry for all United fans [...]
“I’d waited long enough,” said Keane in his autobiography. “I fucking hit him hard. The ball was there (I think). Take that you cunt. And don’t ever stand over me sneering about fake injuries.” Keane was of course talking about Haaland, after that challenge. The FA slapped another five matches on the three he’d already [...]