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Fergie: We Are In Business If Wes Stays Fit

Before a surprise return on the final day of the season, Wes Brown’s last game for Manchester United was back in January, with the injury-prone defender making just 12 appearances in all competitions for us in 08-09. Brown has impressed so far in our tour of Asia and Sir Alex Ferguson reckons his fitness would [...]

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Gutted, Wes Out For The Season

After making his comeback through the Reserves over the past few weeks, it has been confirmed today that Wes Brown will play no further part in the season. During our brilliant Double winning year last season Brown played in more games than anyone else, scoring against Liverpool before assisting our only goal in the Champions [...]

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Full Back Concerns Against Arsenal

With Gary Neville and John O’Shea going off injured against Portsmouth, United were posed with the problem of who could play against Tottenham Hotspur. Wes Brown had managed some time with the Reserves meaning he was rumoured to be available, but it seemed obvious that Rafael da Silva deserved the chance. After playing against Everton [...]

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Right Back For Saturday?

Right Back For Saturday?

“Wes is fine. He is training hard and should be OK for the weekend,” Mike Phelan said today. With John O’Shea and Gary Neville both picking up injuries at the weekend, who do you think should start against Tottenham on Saturday? ———— The Republik of Mancunia has brought out a brilliant downloadable World Cup preview. [...]

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We’ve Got Wesley Brown… Part II

We’ve Got Wesley Brown… Part II

Under-18 coach, Paul McGuinness, has told us to expect great things from Reece Brown, Wes’ younger brother. The 17-year-old has a similar style of play and has been at the academy since he was a kid. ———— The Republik of Mancunia has brought out a brilliant downloadable World Cup preview. It contains 20 articles written [...]

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Neville and Rafael Close… Wes No Chance

Manchester United have been playing with a fourth choice right-back over the past couple of months, following the injuries to Rafael da Silva, Gary Neville and Wes Brown. Sir Alex Ferguson has today confirmed that Neville is close to returning and might even be in the squad for the weekend. Rafael isn’t far behind, whilst [...]

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Finally! Some News On Wes!

After playing more games for United than any other player in our Double season last year, Wes Brown has barely had a game in 08-09. Battling to keep his first team place ahead of Gary Neville and Rafael Da Silva, Wes hardly got a game. His last appearance for us was our 1-1 draw away [...]

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“Gary And Wes Are England’s Best… But Rafael Is Better”

Even before Gary Neville returned to first team action again, following over a year out injured, there were serious doubts over whether he would be able to hold down a place in the team. Wes Brown had played more games than any other in our Double winning season, meaning Neville was going to have to [...]

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Wes: We’ve Been Here Donkey’s Years…But Rafael Is Good For Club

Against West Brom at the weekend, both Gary Neville and Wes Brown found themselves on the bench, with Rafael Da Silva starting at right back. Neville replaced the Brazilian with just over an hour played, whilst Wes remained on the bench throughout. Whilst I think it’s a great thing to have so many competent players [...]

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How The Press Rated United’s England Players

How The Press Rated United’s England Players

Wayne Rooney, Rio Ferdinand and Wes Brown all played a big part in England’s 5-1 victory over Kazakhstan. Whilst the scoreline is not entirely reflective of the match, particularly when you consider the teams went in 0-0 at half time, our lads had a big part to play in the result. After the match, Oliver [...]

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Wes: I Like Seeing My Name On The Scoresheet

My seat was in the East Stand when United took on Newcastle back in 2005. I always sit at the other end of the ground but I remember clearly where I was sat thanks to the wonderful view I had of probably the best goal I’ve ever seen at Old Trafford. United had gone a [...]

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It’s All About United As England Beat Kazakhstan

Rio Ferdinand, who was oddly overlooked for captaincy by Fabio Capello, lead out England tonight, filling in for TinyTears’ who is struggling to overcome a reoccurring back injury. Playing for his country means a lot to Rio and he would be right to feel hard done by after missing out on the permanent captaincy, particularly [...]

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Wes: I’m Not Playing Right-Back For Good

Wes Brown played in more games for us last season than any other player, filling in for our injured captain, Gary Neville. Brown is a solid defender, who is better than any other we have at putting the ball and the man in to the stands. Much fuss was made of his reluctance to sign [...]

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Wes and Rio In Nightclub Scuffle

There have been reports this morning that Rio Ferdinand and Wes Brown, both of whom played against Blackburn on Saturday, and have been picked for Fabio Capello’s squad again, were involved in a bit of bother last night. Enjoying a night out in a member’s only bar in Manchester, the Circle Club, they ran in to [...]

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What’s Wes Done To Upset Fergie?

Wes Brown’s performance against Liverpool wasn’t any worse or better than his team mates, although unfortunately had an own goal to his name after an Edwin Van der Sar mistake. Yet for some reason, Brown has been entirely overlooked since this match. I understand why the manager would want to give Gary Neville as much [...]

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