Posted on 31 October 2012
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Amidst all the recent controversy surrounding Mark Clattenburg, Manchester United’s feat of finally being Chelsea at Stamford Bridge for the first time in over ten years should not be forgotten. It wasn’t a great performance from United but after incurring some shocking decisions at Stamford Bridge, it was nice to see the luck go in our favor. Read the full story
Posted on 15 October 2012
Sources in Portu
gal newspaper, Abola are suggesting Manchester United are in the process of preparing an offer for FC Porto winger James Rodriguez. The highly valued 21 year old Colombian is allegedly top of Manchester United’s targets.
Rodriguez operates primarily as a left winger, with the versatility to play in the secondary positions of attacking midfield and also the right wing. Rodriguez who is contracted at FC Porto till 30/06/ 2016 will not be sold on the cheap .With a current minimum market value in the region of £16 million. However there are reports suggest FC Porto have slapped a 45 million Euro’s buy-out clause on the much coveted Colombian. Read the full story
Posted on 08 October 2012
Mats Hummels refuses the idea to stay in Germ
any for the rest of his football career and is looking forward to move away to England or Spain if the right offer comes along.
The 23 years old German defender was linked with Manchester United and Barcelona before signing a new five-year deal with Dortmund in the summer. Read the full story
Posted on 07 October 2012
Super Scots: Martin Buchan, Gordon Strachan and Choccy Eclair (Brian Mc’Clair ) have all won the Scottish footballer of the year award . In 1971, 1980 and 1987.
Teams we love to hate: When will they join the party? Effing perch that is Liverpool!
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Posted on 04 January 2012
Just a few observations to make….
(1) It’s the passing stupid! Every time Man United lose or play badly the passing is dreadful, and therein lays the causality. I don’t think there’s anything more frustrating than watching, not just professional footballers, but those who are supposedly at the peak of the game not be able to play a pass 10 yards in order to be able to start an attacking move. This has been a feature at United for the past few years now, and it’s even more frustrating considering how good the passing had been in the 5-0 wins against Wigan and Fulham, and even QPR and Wolves.
I’m not trying to take anything away from Newcastle here, of course their pressing was great tonight (particularly when compared to ours), but we made them look like they had 15 players between their defence and attack.
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Posted on 22 September 2011
The 2011/12 football season is revolutionary in more ways than one. Not only are we seeing the rise of the next great Manchester United team under the stewardship of Sir Alex Ferguson, and not only is Joey “Nietzche” Barton now the captain of QPR, but this season represents the first in which football clubs finances come under the scrutiny of the much talked about UEFA Financial Fair Play Regulations (FFPR).
As you’d expect, FFPR is a subject that has thus far caused much discussion, controversy and confusion. Based on my jaunts to the pub and yonder, many good folk appear to understand what the general rules are (that, financially, clubs have to break-even), but beyond that their knowledge has been clouded by ignorant reporting and wishful thinking. Many City fans would have you believe that because of United’s Glazer induced debt, we have no chance of complying with FFPR, and many United fans would have you believe that, due to mass transfer expenditure by the Lottery Winners (City) in recent years, the Gorton Globetrotters too have little chance of complying with said regulation.
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