Reports earlier this week suggested that the supposed transfers for Zoran Tosic and Adem Ljajic were a load of rubbish. It seems as though Partizan Belgrade were double bluffing though, as now it appears as if a work permit application has been approved, with the left-winger set to join United in January.
With Luiz Felipe Scolari, Chelsea were guaranteed to win the Premiership. If they could push United until the final day of the season with that gimp Avram Grant in charge, then they would certainly take it up a gear under Scolari’s leadership, right? So far, I’ve been fairly impressed with Scolari, with him coming across [...]
Another day, another ABU article, following on from the appalling attempt from Peter Bills, which signalled the need for him to stick to his rugby writing, rather than delve in to the waters of football writing where he is massively out of his depth. This one suggests that Ferguson is hypocritical to complain about the [...]
The Richest Club In The World (TM) take on the Champions of England and Europe this weekend at the Wastelands. After losing out to the bluenoses at home and away last season, United are eager to even the score. If there was any doubt that City are a MASSIVE club, I’ll reassure you by confirming [...]
It appears as though controversy follows Wayne Rooney when we play Villarreal, considering this is the only club our forward has been sent off against during a competitive match. Sarcastically applauding a poor decision by the referee (the one who sent off Beckham in the World Cup!) saw him take an early bath in 2005, [...]
We saw Robinho attempt to get the mind games under way ahead of the Manchester derby on Sunday, reminding Ronaldo of the embarrassing defeat Portugal suffered at the hands of Brazil last week. Wayne Rooney has got himself involved, claiming he couldn’t care less about City’s publicity, as they’re not winning anything and lingering about [...]
Sir Alex Ferguson has asked for better protection from referees for Cristiano Ronaldo, after our winger felt the studs of Joan Capdevila on his knee during Tuesday night’s Champions League game. Whilst this country is overly concern with Ronaldo’s dives, those with an interest in United tend to be far more worried about our best [...]
Long before Cristiano Ronaldo, Didier Drogba or Steven Gerrard were diving in the Premiership, Robert Pires was perfecting the art for Arsenal. His most famous dive arguably came towards the end of Arsenal’s unbeaten season, where the penalty he earnt with a dive saved Arsenal from defeat, and kept their record in tact. The likes of [...]