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The Mirror reports that we will make a £12m move for Zaha this transfer window.

By Far The Greatest Team shows how United are the best represented English club in Ballon d’Or historically.

The Guardian talks about United and Liverpool’s plan to combat expensive away ticket prices.

The Telegraph reports on Fergie’s claim that he wants to put the Suarez racism affair to bed.

Beautifully Red reveals the most beautiful moments from December in GIF form.




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8 Comments

  1. vivaronaldoooo says:

    As soon as i saw ‘The Mirror’ i ignored it!

  2. FletchTHEMAN says:

    Absolutely love Beautifully Reds work. Ofcourse, he has great material to work from HEY!

    Barcelona who?! Ha!

  3. FletchTHEMAN says:

    Don’t like silly season…. but I do love it when bright youngsters are quoted saying class stuff about United!

    Yanga Mbiwa currently playing for Montpellier and called up for France”.

    Yanga Mbiwa “”My dream is to slide on my knees into the corner at Old Trafford, with a Manchester United jersey on my back. I play for Manchester United, my favourite club, and I am scoring a decisive goal from a corner with my head. Yes, that, it would be nice.”

    MUFC wet dreams ;)

    Sounds like Patty Evra has had a word! Ha :cool:

    Here is the link in the widely reputable Sport Witness Blog http://ning.it/UOD2w9

  4. trollhunter says:

    Don’t know what City’s problem is I’m guessing couldn’t sell them so decided to turn it into a protest.Went online to the Gunners ticket shop behind the goal tickets $150,corner tickets $175 and sideline tickets $195 for the City game,$62 to watch Arsenal is cheap.Gunner fan on the radio was saying even some seats for members are running$125
    Not saying $62 is value but it it in relation to what home fans and non members pay it is.

  5. FletchTHEMAN says:

    Very good read on Manchester United History.

    How the Edwards’ became involved and what effects it had on the governance of the club and football finance.

    Long, but very well done.

    http://www.meattradenewsdaily.co.uk/news/120710/uk___manchester_united_and_butcher_louis_eswards_.aspx

  6. denton davey says:

    FletchTHEMAN @ 16:05: Many thanks for the link to the article detailing how the Edwards family used MUFC as a cash-cow.

    Plus ca change, plus c’est le meme chose.

    For all the vehemence directed towards the Glazers, it would be both educational and informative to understand that Malcolm and his kids are only following a tried-and-true way to milk UTD’s fans. If anything, the Glazers are less “evil” than Louis/Martin Edwards and their henchmen – but only marginally so !

  7. mara says:

    I dont understand why we are not in the race for Llorente…My opinion is that he is totally for PL…more than Lewandovski…and Llorente is 27…wich is not to much. He is tall, strong..good playing with head…

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