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Wayne Rooney is an Irish hero!


This doesn’t mean Wayne Rooney has an Irish root. It is just a song from Corrigan Brothers/Shay Healy for Ireland in the World Cup 2010 (I know they are not traveling to South Africa but they wrote the song as a letter to France and Henry!). This is the first ever World Cup song for a nation that are not actually competing in the Tournament.

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How Evra escaped the fighting streets of Paris


One day Patrice Evra will write a book. He has an inspirational story to tell offering a rare insight into life at Old Trafford under Sir Alex Ferguson. Evra is a wonderful story teller who articulates as well as anyone what it means to play for Manchester United and arguably the world’s greatest manager. Fluent in five languages and now working hard to master Korean so that he can converse with his close friend Ji-Sung Park, he tackles a large variety of subjects. This is a lengthy, exclusive interview by Matt Lawton which was published in the Daily Mail on May 1st 2010.

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Scholes amongst United’s Top 10 goalscorers


It says everything about Paul Scholes that he has crept unnoticed into Manchester United’s all time goalscorers Top 10 with his dramatic injury time winner against Manchester City on Saturday. No fanfare, no fuss – aside from a startling kiss on the lips from Gary Neville, and certainly no pre planned celebration despite his milestone. A typical Scholesy understatement.

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