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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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Injuries: Carrick and Hargreaves To Create Midfield Problem

During the pre-season I started to wonder how on earth we were going to pick our strongest XI. With all players available, it was looking as though one of Wayne Rooney, Dimitar Berbatov and Carlos Tevez would have to be dropped, whilst just two players from the group of Owen Hargreaves, Paul Scholes, Michael Carrick, [...]

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Van der Sar: Berbatov Gives Us Something New

Edwin Van der Sar has faced criticism this season, labelled as a keeper in his decline. People are far too quick to forget that just five months ago he made the save that won United the European Cup. He knew which way Nicolas Anelka was going to kick the ball, yet pointed in the other [...]

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Ronaldo Was Too Eager To Replace Figo… Much To Scolari’s Annoyance

Cristiano Ronaldo has also been determined to become the best player in the World. When he arrived in England, dubbed a ‘one-trick pony’ by many, he never let the criticism stand between him and his goal. So he’s made it, although is still waiting on being awarded the official honour in December, and there’s no [...]

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Giggs: My Parents Needed Convincing About Signing For United

Ryan Giggs is a player who will be appreciated properly once he retires. Having played in our first team for eighteen years, winning more league titles than any other player to ever play in England, as well as two European Cups, you’d think the praise would come in abundance. However, Giggsy is a player who [...]

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Cleverley: Solskjaer Asks A Lot Of Us

Tom Cleverley is a lad who lots of United fans have high hopes for. For those who pay less attention to the Reserves, this midfielder got his chance in this summer’s pre-season tour, scoring a goal in his first game with the first team. He has spoken about his time with United, saying that he [...]

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Rooney Goes For Thug Look

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Sir Alex Ferguson’s Most Wanted… Manucho’s Discovery

Sir Alex Ferguson launched a campaign this summer, with the help of Nike, to find the best unsigned talent in the UK and Ireland. 35,000 people applied, but that number has now been whittled down to 22. Fergie speaks to the teens to remind them that they have plenty of time to make it big, [...]

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Rio Can’t Wait To Captain England In Front Of Family

TinyTears’ reoccurring back injury will keep him out of this weekend’s England qualifier against Kazakhstan, meaning Rio Ferdinand will lead the team out as captain. Whether he will be given the job next Wednesday will depend on an assessment of Mr Chelsea’s injury at the weekend.

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Jaap Stam Makes United Return

Jaap Stam has reportedly returned to Manchester United, working as a scout for the club. He was spotted in Porto Alegre, Brazil, this week, taking a look at some youngsters United are interested in. He was watching a youth-team match between Internacional and Ceramica, but wasn’t overly impressed with the target, Walter.

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Chelsea Supporting Keeper Picked United Over Arsenal

Chelsea Supporting Keeper Picked United Over Arsenal

17-year-old United goalkeeper, Gary Woods, has spoken out about how he ended up playing for our club, after starting his career playing for the likes of Cambridge and Peteborough. He has missed close to a year of football through injuries, but is determined to follow in the footsteps of Edwin Van der Sar, who he [...]

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Liverpool’s Torres Dreams Of United Goal

Liverpool’s Torres Dreams Of United Goal

As the weeks starting running out last season, the chance of a Manchester United vs Liverpool European Cup final were looking stronger and stronger. Both teams progressed through the rounds, when a semi-final meeting between United and Barcelona, as well as Liverpool and Chelsea, was drawn. Once United beat Barcelona, we knew it was going [...]

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Rio Doesn’t Want Arsenal Keeper With England

When the stories first started about Manuel Almunia playing for England, I was rather taken aback that Arsenal could have a goalkeeper in his 30′s who’d yet to pick up an international cap. I suppose I mustn’t have been paying attention to Mad Jens’ rants when he lost his place to Almunia, but it certainly [...]

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