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Media Watch August 10 – Is it FINALLY happening?


August 10, 2011 – There are more Manchester United stories in the media than any other club – some are worth reading, others are absolute garbage! How can anyone possibly keep up with them all? Truly Reds does it’s best to bring you the latest news but there’s only so much that can be covered on a daily basis. One alternative is to collate the stories which cannot be updated every day so that they can at least be brought to your attention each week

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No one can dare be critical of United 2011


Irrespective of whether Manchester United win, lose or draw at Wembley in a few hours time, I’m going to throw something at my television or computer if I hear another word about this being the worst Ferguson side to win a Premier League title. ITS JUST A MYTH – facts and figures prove it! Yes I know that statistics can prove whatever you want them to but PLEASE, how about using a little bit of common sense.  The 1998-99 Treble winning team has gone down in history as immortals and rightly so, yet a quick look at reality will give a different picture.

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Dwight Yorke can see Big Ears back at United


Manchester United’s treble winning former striker Dwight Yorke says Barcelona could struggle to deal with Chicharito and Wayne Rooney. The former Red Devil feels that Sir Alex Ferguson will have briefed his players on the threat of Lionel Messi and insists that the Premier League champions can win at Wembley. Yorke believes that Sir Alex Ferguson’s side can beat Barcelona in the Champions League Final but admits that the La Liga winners will start as favourites.

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United 19 v Liverpool 18 – Fergie owns the perch


If anyone thinks that I’m talking as if Manchester United have already won a record 19 titles, it’s because I am. There is no way on Gods earth that they will let it slip now after brushing aside their only remaining challengers Chelsea 2-1 at Old Trafford. For make no mistake, the final scoreline was in no way a true reflection of their complete superiority over the reigning champions. As Sir Alex Ferguson made it clear afterwards “We do it all the time, take it to the very wire, we could’ve scored six in the second half! We had lots of chances but we expected a tough game and got a tough game. I thought we were brilliant and it was a fantastic start. Petr Cech made two fantastic saves but it was a good team performance. When we gave the ball away for their goal, understandably it was a bit nervous around the thing but the fans helped us a lot” he said in tribute to the United faithful who helped United get over the line. ”They were magnificent in the last 10-15 minutes when we needed them” he declared “they were fantastic.”

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Raul will be a handful for United in Germany


Fighting on two or more fronts is hard, bloody hard, but if you’re Manchester United you have to get used to it. The Reds have been doing it for years and this season is no different – or easier. No sooner had Chicharito clinched the three points from Everton which may prove pivotal in returning the Premier League title to Old Trafford, Sir Alex Ferguson has to take his side to Gelsengirchen for the first leg Champions League semi final tie against Scalke 04.

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Determined Chicharito gives Everton the blues


The boy is certainly a fast learner! Barely a year at Old Trafford yet he already has the Manchester United spirit in his blood. Javier Hernandez keeps going until his reward arrives. He did just that on Saturday as his late winner denied Everton a share of the points. He told MUTV afterwards “For 90 minutes we kept going and kept going because we wanted the goal, wanted the three points as soon as possible. We keep going, keep working and it was a difficult day also because it was hotter and that made us a little bit more tired. But the history of Manchester United is like this – we can score in the first minute and also the last minute.”

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