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A Closed Chapter: Thiago Alcantara


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Admit it! This was probably you when it was announced Thiago was set to join Bayern Munich.  It just didn’t seem fair. For weeks, we were set to sign Thiago but it never happened. So what really happened? Read more to find out.

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Red Dead Podcast “Number 8″ – Spanking Arsenal, Hargo’s “Betrayal” and a Silly Liverpool Fan


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

This week we analyse United’s cracking performance against l’Arse and bask in the (Red Dead) redemption of our favourite Spanish ‘keeper. We also take a lot at the best of the football from around Europe and, perhaps unfairly, tear into Scottish football a little bit.

We also offer our view on the surprising transfer of Owen Hargreaves to Manchester City, and also rip to shreads an article written by a Liverpool fan, comparing the current United squad with the current Scouse one.

Comments, feedback and questions are greatly appreciated, you can contact us on reddeadpodcast@hotmail.co.uk 

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

Due to the international break we won’t be podcasting for another couple of weeks, but don’t worry! I’m sure we’ll have plenty to discuss for next time, including what Liam’s favourite soup is and how much Tom weighs.

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United handed a kind Champions League task


Sir Alex Ferguson will be delighted after Manchester United were handed a relatively easy task for the group stages of the Champions League. The Premier League champions were pitted against Portuguese side Benfica, Swiss outfit Basel and Romanian newcomers Otelul Galati. Club chief executive David Gill believes that “Sir Alex will be happy with that. We’ve had great success in the last few years in the competition and we’re looking forward to it”  Gill said after the draw in Monaco.

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Who United will NOT be meeting in Europe


The European Champions League draw will take place in Monaco within the next 24 hours. UEFA’s rules will see the 32 qualified teams allocated into eight groups of four. Each will contain a top seed, plus one club from the second, third and fourth pots. These are determined by a UEFA ranking system which makes it virtually impossible to work out who exactly Manchester United will be drawn against BUT there are a number of clubs who will definitely be avoided.

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Lay off Rooney for his memorable TV quote


DATELINE – Munich, March 30, 2009. A sensational season virtually came to an end for Wayne Rooney as he went down in a heap with an ankle injury seconds from the final whistle at Bayern Munich thus beginning a year made in hell for the golden boy of English football. A disastrous World Cup was soon followed by lurid tabloid headlines, a ‘dream’ marriage clearly on the rocks, lengthy court cases against him and his personal manager, a stunning transfer request which rocked the game and his personal life in total turmoil. The current season went on and on with no apparent relief – until the weekends game at West Ham.

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Boffins Reckon United For The Title


Wynn Grant over at the brilliant Football Economy has highlighted some research done by the egg-heads at the Professional Football Players Observatory (no, I hadn’t heard of them either) that believes that, of all the teams in contention for the Premiership title this year, Man United are the most likely ones to be lifting the trophy come the end of the season. From Football Economy:

Manchester United are on track to win the Barclays Premier League title.   That’s not my view, but is the conclusion reached by the Professional Football Players Observatory (PFPO), a research organisation based in France and Switzerland. Read the full story

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