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Berbatov – One Of Football’s Biggest Ever Transfer Flops

The Daily Mail has Dimitar Berbatov as the 40th biggest transfer flop in the history of the Premier League, making him a bigger disaster than Reyes’ £17 million move to Arsenal in 2004, Wright-Phillips’ £21 million move to Chelsea, Pennant to Liverpool, Deco to Chelsea, and even David fucking Bellion! I’d argue Berbatov isn’t a [...]

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Is Everton Boss Right About Riley?

He’s awarded 2 penalties in 08/09. None of them are to any top four club. He awarded 7 penalties in 07/08. None of them were to any top four club. He awarded 6 penalties in 06/07. Two of them were to Arsenal, one of them was for United. He awarded 8 penalties in 05/06. Two [...]

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Fixture Fight: We’re Looking Good In Comparison To Chelsea

With United trailing behind Chelsea and Liverpool this season, I have often stressed the point that we have played much more difficult fixtures this season. This is not a whiny excuse, rather a pretty reasonable explanation. Our performances haven’t been anything special, but then, neither have Chelsea’s or Liverpool’s. However, we have now played the [...]

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Who Has The Most Assists For United So Far This Season?

6 assists in the league, with just two players in the Premiership assisting more than him. Lazy or brilliant?

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Tickets Prices: The facts MUST will be presenting today

In 1960 you could pay 12p on the gate to get in to Old Trafford and purchase a programme for 2p. Those were the days, the old fellas at the pub will tell you, when you could show up on the day and squeeze yourself in to one of the stands. Things have changed considerably [...]

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Our Tougher Fixtures… Compared To Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool

Sir Alex Ferguson was talking about the league fixtures handicapping us this week, looking at the difficult games we’ve been forced in to playing so early on in the season. Of course, the other side of this is that we’ll have an easier second half of the season, but by which point, we could be [...]

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Hull Away Fans, Berbatov and Losing The Second Half

My observations from today’s game are as follows: 1. Hull City’s away support is the best we’ve had so far. 2. Dimitar Berbatov was worth every penny. 3. Why can’t we maintain dominance in two halves?

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Wayne Rooney’s Record Should Be Better

Wayne Rooney’s Record Should Be Better

Wayne Rooney is enjoying fabulous form for Manchester United, as he usually he does during this time of year. Whilst his goals are an obvious indicator of his great form, and what is picked up in the press, it’s his all-round game which I’m most impressed with. He’s at the centre of everything, the Midas [...]

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Stats To Prove United Are The Best

Ok ok, ‘we don’t need stats to prove that’ I hear you cry, and I agree with you. We can just look at our trophy cabinet if clarification of our greatness is required, but go with me on this one. I like a good old statistic, particularly the ones the commentators drag up during a [...]

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Manchester IS Red… Even City Fans Agree

It’s funny how this myth goes around that Manchester is a City supporting location. Mancunians opt to support the blues, whilst United fans claim their fanbase from the home counties. Of course, this is perfect logic, isn’t it? One of the most widely supported clubs in the World couldn’t possible appeal to people from Manchester, [...]

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Well That’s More Like It… Our Fixtures Compared to Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool

There we have it, United’s first good performance of the season matched with the goals it deserves. United beat Aalborg 3-0 away from home, converting three of the eight chances on goal, which certainly beats the one goal from open play in sixteen shots on target against Bolton. This is more like it. Of course, [...]

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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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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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