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Lindegaard may be in as Anderson looks for exit


When it comes to transfer gossip, the media does not have any bigger target than Manchester United. Most are pure lies and not worth the paper that they’re written on -like this week’s report that United will be going into a January battle with Manchester City for the signature of Liverpools Fernando Torres. City? Maybe, but an Anfield hero to United can be no more than pure fantasy. When the rumour comes out of the horses mouth however, you have to think that there must be more than a hint of truth in the story.

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Nicky Butt left his heart at Old Trafford


Like every other member of that Manchester United side which brought home that memorable 1999 treble, former Manchester United and England midfielder Nicky Butt will always hold a special place in the history of the club. The 35 year old who hung up his boots in the summer says he will always be United through and through but after six years playing at Newcastle he admits that his loyalties were divided when the Magpies faced United in the opening match of the new season.
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Boy with red hair and the red shirt


Paul Scholes“Destiny” is such an abused word in everyday football language! Everything and everyone seems to be “destined” for something or other. “We were always destined to win this or that game” or “The boy was destined for greatness” How often have you heard the word used, many times without any real justification?

Well, if destiny was ever going to be met it was always going to be at Molineux on Saturday evening. There was Manchester United, lacking its usual firepower with strikers Wayne Rooney and Michael Owen both out with injuries, facing a desperate Wolves struggling against relegation when up popped 35 year old Paul Scholes sitting on 99 Premier League goals to strike home the winner and carry the Reds to the top of the table.

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