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Stretford End looks at why we capitulated.

ManUtd24 says that Rooney’s goals don’t make him our player of the season.

Here Is The City looks at what happened to Kleberson’s career after leaving United.

Dirty Tackle looks at how Fred Done is set to lose £500k for paying out on United winning the title.

Roker Report talks to Scott ahead of the Sunderland game.

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39 Comments

  1. slim says:

    behind lfc blog?!!!! fucking travesty,going over
    to vote right now

  2. King Eric says:

    What on earth was Fred thinking of? Didnt he pay out back in 98?

  3. Albert Ross says:

    There are 2 categories where RoM can be voted for on the EPL Talk Awards.

  4. Albert Ross says:

    King Eric – he did!

    Fred recently apologised for doing us in again!

  5. gazzer says:

    Glad I didn’t allow myself to get too excited about Pogba.

  6. Sandeep1878 says:

    Evening reds around the world,

    Hello KE, Rossi and slim,

    cant wait for the game..bring on Sunday!!

    ##

    oh and yaya fucking toure thinks City will be bigger than any club in the world..

    goodness gracious..5 Million spent, on the title brink in the last 44 years and the world has already changed for the cunts..

    ###

    Just a fact,

    iut of 5 seasons when we lost title,

    in 3 or 4 occasions, we have won it in the immediate season..

    That’s how we set the standards..

    that’s how the Tartan born legend’s philosophy works!!

    United..

  7. Jeet says:

    Voted. Will peiodically check in. COME ON – we can’t let some scouse shit blog do this.

  8. Sandeep1878 says:

    and yeah make sure all of you vote for ROM on epl talk show awards..

  9. kanchelskis says:

    @Sandeep

    Assuming City win on Sunday (and we do), for every season from 06/07 to 11/12, we will have either won the league or lost it only by a single point or GD.

    No other team is so consistent in finishing that high even when they don’t win the league.

    If City think they can dominate even England, let alone the world, they’ve got another think coming.

  10. Sandeep1878 says:

    * 500 million

  11. Albert Ross says:

    Gary Neville has been given the go-ahead to build the hotel near Old Trafford, despite objections from United that it undermined the “holistic vision” of its “strategic plan” for the area.

    GNev is to build the 139-bed hotel and supporters club with proceeds from his testimonial match last year. Councillors in Trafford have approved his plans.

    When he announced the project, to be sited on the corner of Wharfside Way and Sir Matt Busby Way, Gary said he wanted to do “something special for the fans”.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-18033018

  12. bayoRed says:

    Its not over until its over!

  13. Albert Ross says:

    Good day to you Sunday1920!

  14. Sandeep1878 says:

    Kanchelskis,

    evening mate,

    City think they can over come us with petro dollar money..

    might happen for a season or 2..

    but in the end, Manchester will always be RED..

    these bitter cunts will get what they deserve..

    I dont want to find a silly excuse, esp after a 8 points lead, but we have been hugely fucked up by injuries,

    a fully fit United squad would have robbed this title by April…

    but then again, we have made mistakes, lets accept and learn a lot from them, that’s how we educate the players..

    it will all be back again..

    The REDS will go marching on, on, on

  15. kanchelskis says:

    @bayoRed

    Sadly, it’s over. Which means it is over.

  16. kanchelskis says:

    @Sandeep

    Completely agree. With only GD separating us, it’s perfectly reasonable to assume that having even one of Vidic, Fletcher or Anderson available for the season would’ve seen us out of sight by now.

    It’s laughable with that nearly £1bn of investment, they still need to rely on injuries and an unprecedented act of bottling from a team with lower net spend over the last 5 years than Stoke and Sunderland, and with £0 spent on central midfielders in the time that they’ve spent £80m on midfielders, to win the fucking thing on goal difference!

    Hardly striking fear into us or the rest of the league, is it?

  17. Sandeep1878 says:

    2 Mersey side blogs leading the true Manchester..

    lets hope all of us vote!!

  18. slim says:

    hows it going sandeep. couldn’t reply to your post on an earlier thread. my internet connection around these parts is very patchy in the best of times. that and a new job (finally) have reduced my attendance on the blog.but I think my firm’s returning.

    how goes it KE? your lad and the family good?
    I’m with you mate.losing on GD would be fucking gut wrenching

  19. Sandeep1878 says:

    Kanchelskis,

    Fear?

    ha ha ha…no way mate..

    This is Manchester United, we dont fear anybody, we do what we want!!

    De Gea, Jonesy, Smalling, Rafael, Tom C, Danny – how many games these young lads have played this season?

    and even after that we have been in a commanding position and still might lose on GD..

    Just goes on to show what awaits the future..

    Let me see if City or any other fucking club can do so well with so many Youngsters in the team..

    and these lads havent played cameos. they have played good number of games!!

    No fear, United will always dominate Manchester…

  20. Sandeep1878 says:

    Slim,

    all is well mate,

    yeah good to see you posting pal..

    Hope your connection will be better by the start of next season!!

    Good day mate..

    ###

    Jeet,

    Evening buddy..

  21. King Eric says:

    slim and Sandeep – Hey up lads! Good thanks. You two?

    kanchelskis – Alright pal. Didnt we win the league by 9 points last season?

  22. Albert Ross says:

    An article on Arabian Aerospace, Aviation and Defence is headlined:

    “Etihad Airways’ sports teams set for season climax.”

    That’s all they fucking are, a marketing gimmick.

  23. Redbilly says:

    If city beat us on GD. Is that goal difference or gold difference :-) . We are still in it. City have to beat QPR. first . Probable yet probabilities are broken on a daily basis. Still champions

  24. Albert Ross says:

    The Australian is claiming:

    Manchester United has made inquiries about the availability of Rui Patricio, the Sporting Lisbon goalkeeper. Representatives of Patricio, who is likely to be Portugal’s first choice for next month’s European Championship finals, have been sounded out in recent weeks to establish whether the 24-year-old is interested in a move to Old Trafford. His contract at Sporting expires next summer and it is thought that he could be available for as little as pound stg. 7 million ($11.3m).

    United has made it clear during those conversations that it envisages Patricio initially arriving in the Premier League as back-up to De Gea, signed for pound stg. 17.8m from Atletico Madrid last summer, a position currently occupied by Anders Lindegaard of Denmark.

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/sport/portugese-goalkeeper-rui-patricio-would-not-play-second-fiddle-to-david-de-gea-for-long/story-fncjqghj-1226353388559

    It seems very unlikely!

  25. Albert Ross says:

    Gold difference it is, Redbilly, excellent!

  26. Redbilly says:

    Unlikely as Lindy us a good no2. Unless behind the scenes he wishes to move on .

  27. Brendan says:

    Have city at 6/1 on Sunday , done them after wigan beat us , hope qpr get something on Sunday , but nice wee conciliation if it does not go to plan..

  28. Redbilly says:

    Brendan- I hope you win fuck all from that bet mate. No offence. :-)

  29. Albert Ross says:

    Brendan- I also hope you win fuck all from that bet.

    And if you ever win a bet like that, don’t tell us and no offense will be taken!

  30. nirvanutdketki says:

    If on Sunday we lose the title on GD it will be a huge disappointment. But it will surely take a shine off the shitty winning on GD and not winning handsomely like we always do.

  31. parryheid says:

    I wont be ducking results this weekend or muting the game in the hope of good news after it backfired on me last week.Fuck it I know it’s over as QPR are not capable of getting anything other than a hiding,sad end after so much promise a few games ago.

  32. denton davey says:

    MikeKelly12 @ 12:39: “And now ya gonna believe us and now ya gonna believe us…..

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/manchester-united/9258810/Manchester-United-have-cause-for-complaint-as-unique-survey-highlights-Premier-League-errors.html

    I took a look at a page of the latest of the 450 comments on this article – I highly recommend them as they are ABSOLUTELY HILARIOUS. You just couldn’t make up the ends to which ABUs will stretch AND twist themselves in denying this article.

  33. Albert Ross says:

    Craig Gordon’s left-handed save from Zat Knight, won the Premier League Save of the 20 Seasons with 18 per cent of the vote.

    He beat Manchester United’s Peter Schmeichel (16 per cent) who, against Newcastle United in October 1997, pounced to send a goal-bound John Barnes header around the post.

    Third was Bolton’s Jussi Jaaskelainen, who took 15 per cent, for his agile double save from Paul Scholes and Andy Cole against Manchester United in October 2001.

    http://www.shieldsgazette.com/sport/football/sunderland-afc/sunderland-s-craig-gordon-scoops-award-for-greatest-ever-premier-league-save-1-4541159

  34. parryheid says:

    Albert Ross.

    You must be mistaken.Craig Gordon the best save,even better than Schmeichel? How can that be every body keeps telling me he is crap.

  35. juan says:

    Probably Fred should keep trap shut

  36. bobkoh says:

    I have read opinions all over that the title is City’s. Maybe this has jinxed it for them. Happened before.
    Tonight I’ll be switching between the games and hope each tie I click the remote, something good happens for us.

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