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PICTURES: Ryan Giggs – Master of the Arts

Ryan Giggs today received an honoury degree from Salford Uni for his contribution to sport and charitable causes. Giggs, who played for Salford Boys when he was a lad, is an ambassador for Unicef, and regularly campaigns for children in South Africa who have been made vulnerable by HIV and Aids. “I’m really pleased to [...]

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Fans Are The Slaves, Not The Players

Fans Are The Slaves, Not The Players

In a week where Arsenal have announced that their cheapest season ticket will set you back 925, as well as a footballer earning 125,000 being dubbed ‘a slave’, it is no wonder football fans are feeling fed up. The money in the game is getting out of control, as are the egos of the players [...]

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How Do We Keep Ronaldo? Replace Queiroz With Banto

When the news was finally confirmed that Carlos Queiroz was leaving Manchester United to become manager of Portugal, I was honestly absolutely gutted. He had been the man I’d backed to replace Sir Alex Ferguson in a few years time and the idea of finding another man capable of doing the job is pretty daunting. [...]

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FA Rubbing Hands Together Over Rio Ban

With Platini and Blatter aiding the fight for most unpopular football organisation going, I’d almost forgotten how much I despise the FA. We all know the FA love to have a pop at United and it seems they have been given their latest excuse. There was Robbie Fowler’s ‘five times’ goal celebration, intended to wind [...]

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Becks Wants Madrid Job… Do You Still Believe He’s One Of Us?

Earlier in the week I received a bit of flack in response to the article I wrote about David Beckham. Whilst at United, I loved the fella and couldn’t speak highly enough of him. However, the way he left us made me re-evaluate my feelings on him. Whilst I’ll always appreciate what he gave us, [...]

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Neville: Contract Expiring… and No Club But United Will Do

Gary Neville saw out the first half for United in our friendly against Aberdeen yesterday, in a match that we won 2-0. After making just one appearance for the first team last season, coming on in the second half against Roma in the Champions League, Neville is eager to prove his fitness and fight for [...]

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Carrick Taking Penalties? O’Shea As Captain? Aberdeen 0 – 2 United

In a somewhat emotional return to Aberdeen for Sir Alex Ferguson, 25 years after winning the UEFA Cup Winners Cup against Real Madrid, United finished 2-0 winners. Michael Carrick and Wayne Rooney were the goalscorers, in a game which featured first teamers Gary Neville, John O’Shea Wes Brown, Nemanja Vidic, Mikael Silvestre, Darren Fletcher, Michael [...]

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Pele: Ron’s No Slave & He Should Stay At United

Ignorant FIFA boss, Sepp Blatter, got everyone rather upset this week, after claiming Ronaldo was like a slave. They say there’s no such thing as bad publicity, however, it’s not a great endorsement when someone of Pele’s stature comes out directly slating what you have to say, as Blatter will now know.

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Blatter: A Hypocritical Xenophobe With Several Hidden Agendas

Sepp Blatter has been causing quite a stir with his moronic comments of late. From his rantings about Taylor to the foreign quota, his opinions on Ronaldo to his strong link with Real Madrid, here is an account of everything that is wrong with FIFA president, Blatter.

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The Shocking Truth Behind Blatter’s Foreign Quota Myth

United fans’ heads are buzzing with the latest ludicrous comments to come from Sepp Blatter, likening Ronaldo’s situation at United to that of a slave. Football today is in a far more grave state that we ever could imagine with men like him and Michel Platini in charge. However, before today, his most controversial argument [...]

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‘Proper red’ Beckham Ignores Madrid’s Lack Of Morals In Ronaldo Support

David Beckham’s stomach should be turning with the realisation that he left his boyhood team, Manchester United, for the opportunity to play for those tossers in Madrid. Whilst the ‘will he? wont he?’ saga involving Cristiano Ronaldo is boring me to tears at the moment, I can’t help but feel a strong hatred towards Real [...]

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Ronaldo the Slave… Remind me, what’s the point of contracts again?

“I am delighted,” Cristiano Ronaldo said last April, after signing a new five year contract. “I spoke with Sir Alex Ferguson about my future and everyone knew that I wanted to stay. I am very happy at the club” A year later, Ronaldo’s future with the club seems less clear, with the player still not [...]

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Arsenal, You Can Have Ramsey, We’ll Take Huntelaar

Much fuss was made of lifelong Manchester United fan, Aaron Ramsey, choosing to leave Cardiff for Arsenal, over a move to United. In the end, Arsene Wenger showed that he wanted the youngster more, putting in far more effort than Sir Alex Ferguson to secure the deal. No doubt, the lad clearly has a lot [...]

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PICTURES: First smoking, now tattoos – What has marriage done to Wayne?

Wayne Rooney married his childhood sweetheart, Colleen, this summer, on the back of a brilliant season for United. Whilst this is probably a positive thing for his career, meaning he will be even less drawn to the partying lifestyle that comes with being a young, single, successful footballer, it has coincided with less favourable decisions. [...]

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Olympic Gold For Anderson?

At just 19-years-old, Anderson already has Premier League and European Cup winners’ medals, following an impressive debut season for United. His passion and commitment for the cause, chasing down any player regardless of their reputation, has won the United fan base over quicker than any new signing in recent years. It has today been announced [...]

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