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Mark James

About the Author: Mark James attended his first Manchester United game in the mid 80s. He has been a regular visitor to Old Trafford for more than two decades and has developed a passion for sports writing since leaving University with an Honours Degree in Media Studies. As a dedicated writer, Mark has been published in UN sponsored business magazines on behalf of International Tourist Boards, dramatically boosted the online present of e-commerce companies around the world and continues to share his love of Manchester United with blogging communities across the internet. Available via a number of freelancer hire sites, Mark can be contacted through his leading online profile available here.

Thiago Alcantara on his way to Manchester United

Manchester United agree to sign Barcelona starlet, Thiago Alcantara, on a Five-Year-Deal. Thiago Alcantara is set to complete a £17 million move to Old Trafford, with personal terms having already been agreed. Having starred at the recent U21 European Championships, ...

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Manchester United Transfers: Under the Microscope

Manchester United Transfers Uncovered Shy of the arrival of a relatively unknown South American wing back and the somewhat confirmed price-tag to be placed above long-time underachiever, Luis Nani, things have been relatively quiet at Old Trafford on the transfer ...

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Manchester United Transfers Gone Mad

Manchester United Transfer Rumours worthy of April 1st We’ve already examined the 5 players most likely to leave Manchester United this summer, but with silly season firmly underway, we here at OldTrafford.com would like to take the opportunity to silence ...

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Suarez – Finding the Biting Point

Suarez Issue Overshadows the Champions Less than 48 hours after Manchester United claimed their 20th league title and it remains impossible to remove the images of Sunday’s shocking Luis Suarez biting incident from my mind. I should be in revelry, ...

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FA Cup Weekend Ruined by Incompetence

FA CUP Weekend With the embarrassment of the FA Cup Semi Finals behind us, fans and pundits alike are not only left to ask how opposing fans were thrown together amongst a supposedly neutral allocation of Wembley seats, but how ...

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Who will be PFA Player of the Year?

Despite Monday’s Manchester Derby result, the Premier League season is set to draw to a close in rather anticlimactic circumstances, with Manchester United still holding a 12 point lead which is unlikely to result in the kind of end of ...

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