Posted on 18 September 2013
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Here are some points from yesterday’s match. Feel free to share your own in the comments!!
- Rooney is on fire!
- Wow! Where has this Wayne Rooney been? A glittering performance where he was assured on the ball, peeling out to wide areas, he was actually taking on his man and providing beautifully weighted passes to his teammates. Although it wasn’t a world class performance from someone of Wayne’s standards, it was an excellent one. Justifies the club’s stance on not letting him go to Chelsea and it appears Moyes is working his magic on him. He’s now a member of the 200 goal club at United alongside Bobby Charlton, Jack Rowley and Denis Law. Whether or not he’s happy here isn’t important. As long as he puts in performances like tonight, there’s little reason to complain. Read the full story
Posted on 12 January 2013
Sunday 13th January
Man Utd v Liverpool 13:30
- Man Utd thrashed Wigan 0-4 at the DW stadium last week to maintain their advantage at the summit of the Premier League. Two braces from Robin van Persie and Javier Hernandez ensured all three points returned to Old Trafford in a fixture which underlined just how ruthless their rivals can expect them to be as they attempt to regain the league title. Read the full story
Posted on 25 October 2012
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Posted on 13 October 2012
By: Guest Writer.
How do Manchester United now utilize Wayne Rooney to achieve maximum impact in light of signing Robin van Persie with a four year contract?
In Rooney’s new book, My Decade in the Premier League he says ” Once I feel I haven’t got the sharpness needed to get away from defenders , I’ll probably drop back into midfield for a couple of seasons .” Read the full story
Posted on 14 September 2012
By: Guest Writer.
When did Arsenal last win a
trophy? Yes that’s correct an FA Cup in 2005 – 7 years ago.
In Arsene Wenger we trust is the cry from the Emirates library faithful. Yet can the 2nd longest serving English Premiership manager survive the murmurs of discontent with his ineptitude, diligence in strict fiscal control in balancing the north London’s clubs accounts. Read the full story
Posted on 07 September 2012
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For the second time in over 8 months, Manchester United came back and won the match. It was also the second time a Dutchman at United had opened their account against Fulham and scored a hat-trick against Southampton (Van Nistelrooy and Van Persie). It’s quite remarkable we were unable to make a comeback in a season where we finished 89 points. For those few games we did go behind and really needed a win, it could have been the difference between winning no.20. Despite the magical moments and feeling of triumph after watching another classic United comeback, there were several issues littered throughout the match. Read the full story