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Berbatov: Fergie Says My Relaxed Style Is Just Fine!

Like Michael Carrick before him, I, like many reds, championed the cause of Dimitar Berbatov. Again, like Carrick, I hadn’t been overly enthusiastic about the prospect of signing him, but once he was ours, I was excited to see what he could do. Sadly, a minority of reds, used to watching Rooney and Tevez breaking [...]

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FA on Chelsea: Rugby Tackle? Fine. Kick In The Back? Fine. Alleged Post-Match Tussle? 4 Match Ban

The FA have today confirmed that they will not be taking any action on Jose Bosingwa for kicking Yossi Benayoun in the back. They will certainly rescind Frank Lampard’s red card for his high challenge on Xavi Alonso, with Mike Riley cocking up in a spectacular and unsurprising fashion, meaning the blues are off the [...]

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Ferguson Helps Out Son With Peterbough Loan

Warrington lad, James Chester, made his Manchester United début recently in our League Cup semi-final against Derby. As a 5-year-old he was playing for his local team’s Under-9s, before joining United when he was 8-years-old. The tough-tackling defender made more appearances for the Reserves last season than any other player, which was rewarded by a [...]

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Love Is In The Air… For Two More Days

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VIDEO: Song For Liverpool Striker Who Will Fight Us All The Way

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Arsenal Manager Reckons We’re Buying Our Success

Tottenham Hotspur have spent £140 million in transfers in the past two years, yet they are just one point away from the relegation zone. Does money buy you success? Ask Newcastle, ask Spurs, ask Chelsea. They have all spent vast amounts of money and whilst the rentboys were repaid with a couple of great years, [...]

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Rio Has A Word With The PM About Chelsea Game, His Brother and Arsenal’s Ramsey

Working for The Observer, Rio Ferdinand interviewed Gordon Brown last month, chatting with the Prime Minister at length. Brown, a Raith Rovers supporter, was particularly keen to talk about Sir Alex Ferguson, Darren Fletcher and David Moyes.

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If Any Of You Have Dipper Mates…

If Any Of You Have Dipper Mates…

…you might want to show them this:

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Liverpool Captain Diving Against Chelsea… But I Didn’t Think Stevie Me Did That Sort Of Thing?

For years we’ve been talking about what a diver Steven Gerrard is. Liverpool fans tend to turn a blind eye, pretending that their captain is like what the song says, “fucking hard”. To acknowledge that he actually dived and cheated like someone who learnt to play the game on the continent would be a tad [...]

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Another Three Points From Everton… We’re Getting Closer

Sitting in my seat, scanning the latest edition of Red Issue before kick-off, we were shown the new Hublot scoreboard. Manchester United 0 Blackburn Rovers 0. What the fuck? A few moments earlier, as I’d climbed up the stairs I’d been confronted with one of the things I detest most.

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VIDEO: From The Stands vs Everton

United beat Everton 1-0 thanks to a penalty won by Carrick, scored by Ronaldo. With the same games played as Liverpool and Chelsea, we’re five points clear at the top. Life is good.

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Luck Against Everton? It Was A Clear Penalty!

David Moyes reckons luck went against Everton today but I can only assume he hasn’t seen a replay of the penalty decision. “We were playing against a good team and you need a bit of luck and I think it might have gone against us in the penalty decision,” said Moyes. “I can sometimes see [...]

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VIDEO: Ronaldo Penalty Against Everton

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Ferguson’s Celebrity Interview: City Need Trillions and Scotland’s World Cup

Sir Alex Ferguson has given an interview with Inside United about a whole range of topics. Asked questions by celebrity fans, Fergie talks about City, his most admired former players, and even about the bloody Spice Girls!

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They’re All Going Mad! Now Chelsea Boss Has Caught It!

First it was Rafael Benitez, then it was Arsene Wenger, now it’s Luiz Felipe Scolari.

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