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Do We Want Lennon This Summer?

Some papers are today linking us with a move for Aaron Lennon this summer, with him playing a position we need to look at strengthening whether Cristiano Ronaldo moves on or not. I want Nani to be good but he hasn’t been this season and whilst I’m a big fan of Park, who is set [...]

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What’s The Arsenal Boss Talking About Now?

“I didn’t see it!” is Arsene Wenger’s catchphrase. This can’t be used as an excuse for his comments today though, as they weren’t made in the post-match interview. Wenger has conceded that we were the better side on the night but after analysing statistics, reckons things were “very level” in the penalty area.

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RoM Reads of the Day

Terry Venables writes for The Sun comparing Rooney to Messi. Paul  Merson on Sky Sports reckons Boro may give us a shock today. Soccerlens compares United and Liverpool’s stats this season. The Guardian contemplates a referee of the year award. The Independent looks at the best final day dramas. Don’t forget to add me on [...]

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What’s That Unfamiliar Feeling? Oh yeh, confidence!

I’m trying to think when the last time I had a good feeling about a game was. With the way United have been playing this season, it’s hard to have total faith we’re going to end the day with the right result. More often than not, this is what we’ve managed to do, but we’ve [...]

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The Greatest Teams Of All Time – United 2nd

The Daily Mail has looked at the greatest football teams of all time, with one of Sir Alex Ferguson’s sides coming second to the 1970 World Cup winning side (Felix, Brito, Piazza, Carlos Alberto, Everaldo, Clodoaldo, Gerson, Jairzinho, Tostao, Pele, Rivelino)

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Moody Players Won’t Stop Me Picking Correct Team

Sir Alex Ferguson has said the reaction of the players does not stop him dropping players when he believes they need it.

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RoM Reads Of The Day

The Guardian looks at how Ferguson and Wenger became friends. The Daily Mail talks of the fringe players at United who would be regulars elsewhere. Sportingo looks at the contribution of JoS The Times reports on the changes The Spoiler shows video footage of Eric’s trial with Sheffield Wednesday. Girly gossip from Kickette lets us [...]

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Tevez: I’m Off

After starting our two biggest games of the season so far in the League Cup final and European Cup semi-final, Carlos Tevez has been speaking to the press again, giving his strongest indication yet that he is leaving.

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Giggs: Why Would I Ever Have Considered Leaving This Club?

Ryan Giggs has today spoken about his commitment to the club and the chances of his record being beaten.

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Getting Worked Up For Middlesbrough

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Arsenal MOTM: Our Players Were Lost At Old Trafford

Whilst Manchester United go in to the second leg of the Champions League with the advantage, our position could have been much better if not for the brilliant work of Manuel Almunia. He made several brilliant saves in the match, most notably those from Cristiano Ronaldo and Carlos Tevez, which kept Arsenal in the tie. [...]

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Good News On Rio Ahead Of Arsenal 2nd Leg

Rio Ferdinand was substituted with three minutes remaining in Wednesday’s 1-0 victory over Arsenal in the Champions League. A stretcher came on for him inititally but in the end he was able to walk off the pitch, obviously in pain. Rio went straight to hospital in an ambulance with United left to fear he had [...]

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RoM Reaction To The Semi-Final

I was happy with the line-up. Whilst I wasn’t expecting Anderson and Carlos Tevez in the starting eleven, I appreciated the senitments behind it. We needed a bit of fight in us against Arsenal and those two are more than happy to do that. Starting where we left off against Tottenham Hotspur, United were easily [...]

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VIDEO: From The Stands vs Arsenal

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VIDEO: Ronaldo Off The Woodwork

After scoring that belter in Porto, it seems as though Cristiano Ronaldo has a real taster for long distance strikes. He was dreadfully unlucky not to see his late attempt on goal dip just under the woodwork.

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