Heel keep him; heel have to now. Right?

May 15th, 2009 by sjo5rjo87

Manchester United all but reclaimed the Premier league title Wednesday as they defeated a resilient Wigan Athletic side 2-1 at the JJb Stadium.
United were made to work for their victory however as they fell behind to an early Hugo Rodallega goal and had, once again,  to rely on the impact of Carlos Tevez, before Michael Carrick [...]

The incredible sulk

May 13th, 2009 by sjo5rjo87

Having just scored another unstoppable free-kick, to put you and your team en route to not just victory in a derby game, at home in front of 70,000 adoring fans, but also more or less certain dominance of the most celebrated league in world football, for the second successive year - a goal which also incidentally [...]

Without question: The dignity of Darren Fletcher

May 12th, 2009 by sjo5rjo87

In a week where players were disgracing themselves left, right and centre, the dignity of Darren Fletcher remained absolute despite being denied the possibility of appearing in European club football’s marquee event - The European Cup final.
Shown a red card by Italian referee Roberto Rosetti - for what was in fact a legitimate goal saving tackle -  during [...]

Arsenal flounder as Ronaldo and United romp to Rome

May 9th, 2009 by sjo5rjo87

Manchester United will travel to Rome later this month for a showdown with either Chelsea or Barcelona to try and re-claim their European crown, after emphatically dismissing the best efforts of Arsene Wenger and Arsenal.
 
In the second leg of their Champions League semi-final against the Gunners, at the Emirates no less, United produced an attacking [...]

Unlikely hero O’Shea gives United slim but vital advantage

May 6th, 2009 by sjo5rjo87

Manchester United grabbed the advantage in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final against Arsenal at Old Trafford last night, as they took a slim but vital one-goal lead courtesy of a John O’Shea strike.
 
United will now travel to the Emirates for next Tuesday’s encounter safe in the knowledge that Arsene Wenger’s men will [...]

“Ferguson rues late Porto strike”: United 2 Porto 2

April 9th, 2009 by giggs_11

A shattering blow as a somewhat underestimated Porto team left it late to find a crucial equaliser, and what may be the most influential goal of the tie.
With Anderson and Rio out injured and Giggs, Gazza, and Kiko waiting on the bench it was no surprise that United started on the back-foot where a combination of poor defence [...]

Man United Player of the Year

April 9th, 2009 by muppet_myatt

We are again coming to the end of another Premier Leauge season and whilst we all pray United make it through “squeaky bum time” we must start looking forward to the players award ceremony at the end of the season and now it is your chance to have your say.
We have had a number of [...]

LIFE OF A LIVING LEGEND;just a little reminder

April 7th, 2009 by giggs_11

 
Back to our winning ways, United have ploughed through any scouse hopes of ever winning the league, in one of our most emphatic victories this season. However with all of the back pages covered with headlines such as: “KIKO’S DREAM DEBUT” or “RONNY STRIKES AGAIN”.
I feel as I am sure many do that we [...]

Can Man Utd Really win five trophies???

March 31st, 2009 by muppet_myatt

After the past few games, even the most optimistic of Manchester United fans have had that small doubt in their minds of are Man United really going to blow the title to LIverpool.
After the usual bad start to the season for the Red Devils with a goaless draw at home toNewcaste not to mention a [...]

Manchester United v Tottenham: Carling Cup Final Preview

February 28th, 2009 by admin

Manchester United face Tottenham Hotspur this Sunday in the League Cup final from Wembley.
Manchester United and Tottenham have met 167 times in their history but tomorrow’s clash will be the first time they have met in the final of any competition. The teams did meet in the 1967/68 Charity Shield but that’s not quite the [...]