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Fans Grab the Headlines in a Forgettable Roses Derby


By Liam “Wrestlemania” Brown

Well, well, Elland Road hasn’t changed. The Leeds team (a far cry from their financially irresponsible glory days) hasn’t changed. And neither has the press’ ability to deflect any discussion of a cakewalk of a game into moral outrage too. I’m talking about the “Istanbul” chants, but first a BRIEF summary of the game. Well, it was a fantastic first half display from United, merit badges handed out to Fryers, Valencia, Fabio, Prefect Owen and Head Boy Giggsy. Fryers looks confident, eager, yet composed, retained the ball well apart from a few 40 yard attempts at a “Hollywood Pass” (one which he completed by the way). But other than that a very comfortable first half display. 2nd half wasn’t quite as thrilling yet more an exercise in how to control and see out a victory in a hostile environment, culminating in a bizarre Berbatov/Carrick defensive partnership. 

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Rooney to miss England v Ukraine game Joke of the day by The Daily Mail


Wayne and Coleen RooneyToday, The Daily Mail has reported that Manchester United and England international Wayne Rooney is not going to play in World Cup 2010 qualifier against Ukraine. The reason isn’t an injury but Rooney’s wife Coleen as their new child will arrive to life on October 10 – the day of the match!

I just wonder how the Sportsmail Reporter could calculate Rooney’ first child due time! Was he there when the boy did it?? I know any doctor can tell when the child is coming, but he only gives a predicted time. The birth of Rooney’ child may happen one day, week or month before or after that time! Read the full story

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Arsene Wenger can see Manchester United winning the league


Arsene WengerAn opinion from our rival! Arsene Wenger, Arsenal’ manager, believes that the Premier League trophy will be kept at Old Trafford on May. Although I don’t know if it is a mind game from the Frenchman to add more pressure on Sir Alex Ferguson squad, it is still a trusted opinion from Arsene who took Arsenal hot seat back in 1996.

Wenger said in the Daily Mail: ‘For big spells in the game Manchester United dominated but they made mistakes on the day that usually they don’t do.
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