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Hoodoo Hammered at Home

Manchester United exorcised the hoodoo of Craven Cottage in emphatic fashion yesterday with a 5-0 trashing of the home side. A very good result in the festive season that we are in, heading into Christmas. Ever since our exit from the Champions League, we have upped the ante with our performances and results. There’s no more of the laboured 1-0 wins in the aftermath of the humiliation by Manchester City but from experience of past seasons, I believe those laboured, gritty 1-0 wins are as appreciated as the 5-0 wins in the bigger picture of winning the Premier League title and they would make a return too if there is a need to because it is impossible for a team to play in the same way all the time in a league as competitive as the Premier League. Read the full story


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Into the Unknown sea of the Europa League!

Two exits within the space of a week. That is the reality of the season so far for Manchester United; one that started so brightly with good, positive football that had us all purring and brimming with confidence and enthusiasm for the season ahead as we got goals after goals. Instead, we now stare at the unknown. The unknown comes in the shape of the Europa League, a competition we have not won in whatever guise it has been in and a competition we had not planned to play in. However, that is the reality that faces everyone at Manchester United; owners, manager, players and fans when we think of midweek European action for the rest of the season. Read the full story


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United men against Spurs boys at the OT Fortress

The boys are back in town – or should that be the men? One of the expected title challengers were made to look like boys as Manchester United swept Tottenham Hotspur aside in a comfortable 3-0 victory at what has become an impregnable Old Trafford fortress. Manager Sir Alex Ferguson was full of praise for his side afterwards saying “That performance was absolutely fantastic. It was very even in the first half  but in the second we just took off. I’m pleased with the young side – it showed we still believe in young players and also, you can see the ability they’ve got. Danny Welbeck is a rangey, long legged boy, he gallops really quickly and has a great attitude.”

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