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The Daily Mail has an interview with Michael Owen.

ManUtd24 has an article on Roy Keane’s performance against Juventus.

The Independent has Andy Cole’s column on his feud with Teddy Sheringham.

The Telegraph says Mancini needs to learn from Ferguson.

The Mirror talks to Anton Ferdinand about QPR’s chances on Sunday.

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11 Comments

  1. enzophonics says:

    First?

  2. enzophonics says:

    Seriously though, Owen should be involved in the future in some capacity at United and England – his mental toughness/singlemindness would help a lot of upcomers and ingurland bottlers.

  3. Utd4life says:

    That article by ManUtd24 is a fantastic read. I got goosebumps going through it.

    Roy Keane, What a player.

  4. LoneStarRed says:

    I read that Keane piece yesterday. Wow. A force of nature he was.

  5. WillieRedNut says:

    Keano was some kind of player. 8)

  6. smithy99 says:

    I love that article on Roy Maurice Keane. Brings back some great memories. I don’t care what he says about United or SAF in the media, for a decade he was the embodiment of Fergie on and off the pitch. He said things Fergie couldn’t get away with saying. Him and Fergie are two of a kind, and i believe thats why Keano says daft things sometimes – like a son trying to hurt his Father.

    I fucking love you Keano.

  7. utd_fc says:

    don’t know what to make of Owen. can’t say i really liked how he describes himself, and his relations with his family

  8. utd_fc says:

    the keano article on the other hand was absolutely brilliant. made me feel like i was back there.

  9. utd_fc says:

    aah the days of our european dominance. not to say we’re not still, but you’ve got to admit barcelona and madrid have taken the game to a whole new level :|

  10. Giles Oakley says:

    Mike Dean, a ‘balloon of a ref’…what a cracking good line from Andy Cole, just loved it. The controlled ferocity of his comments on Teddy Sheringham is still quite startling after all these years. I knew the story of the snub on Coley’s England debut, but this version conveys best just how deep the hurt went and it prompts a certain immediate question, which I hesitate to raise , but did Andy think the snub was ‘racially aggravated?’

  11. Otmcr says:

    How old is that Andy Cole article???

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