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Man United’s Smash & Grab in the Capital


 

Guest submission by Miles Dunton

In a week that started so badly with United players falling like flies with injury after injury has ended on an incredible high with a victory over Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal in their own backyard. Read the full story

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Red Dead Podcast 7 – Spurs, CL Draw, Nasri and Star Wars References


Welcome to the seventh episode of the Red Dead Podcast, the foremost Manchester United podcast for Truly Reds, brought to you as always by Tom “Darren Fletcher” Addison and Liam “Wrestlemania” Brown.

This week we’re discussing the recent United performance against Spurs and the rise of Fergie’s new fledglings, the Champions League draw that has been kind on United and less kind on others, and the transfer of a certain aesthetically impaired Frenchman from smelly old Arsenal to smelly old City.

We also discuss Fergie finally ending his BBC boycott, which was soon followed by a middle finger to the FA, and generally get nostalgic and sentimental about a range of issues.

Comments, feedback and questions are greatly appreciated, you can contact us on reddeadpodcast@hotmail.co.uk (no emails with a subject title, “My Dearest One” please, even my mother doesn’t call me that)

Remember, you can also follow us, and Truly Reds, on Twitter: @TrulyReds @TomRDPodcast and @LiamRDPodcast

Join us again next week where we’ll no doubt be basking in the glory of a comprehensive Victory over l’Arse, and dropping in several more Star Wars references that only a select few nerds will appreciate.

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Sir Alex and Mourinho are football brothers in arms


Having been a lifelong, avid book reader, primarily football autobiographies of course, the release of Sir Alex Fergusons new book “Football Bloody Hell” scheduled to hit the shelves this week already has me salivating. It’s a book that has been anxiously awaited since Fergusons “Managing My Life” a decade ago and if a preview written by Andy Mitten for the Manchester Evening News is any guide, it will be sitting on my bookshelf the minute it hits the stores.

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