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Reality Show: Manchester United FC Starring Sir Alex Ferguson

By Rasmus Lukunka Love them or hate them, Manchester United are a special club. Love him or hate him, Sir Alex Ferguson is an extraordinary manager. If Jose Mourinho is “the special one,” then Sir Alex is the…“anointed one”? Why? ...

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Long Balls, Hard Tackling and Direct Play…Now That’s Beautiful!

By Rasmus Lukunka I sometimes find it rather challenging to share my thoughts on certain views without expressing my irritation. This time I’m irritated by all the talk of how Barcelona’s style of play epitomized the beautiful game. I understand ...

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Practice Begins at Home

By Rasmus Lukunka Most people have heard the phrase “practice begins at home.” And if you haven’t, now you have. But a home doesn’t necessarily have to be a traditional formation involving players such as parents, kids, siblings, or others ...

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Terry Deserves Rights – but should you Pick him on Form?

By Ewan Day-Collins Innocent until proven guilty. I had, until this week, presumed this a basic right to all members of this country, and of the whole western world. Yet, I have been astounded and also angry at a minority ...

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There’s More To Replacing Paul Scholes…

By Rasmus Lukunka I don’t know about you but I also have an opinion on the infamous topic of finding a replacement for Paul Scholes. Several players have been mentioned as ideal replacements by pundits and writers. But when asked ...

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Are Manchester United Starting to Falter?

By Ewan Day-Collins Sir Alex Ferguson could not have hoped for a better start to the season considering his side were faced with some more than problematic challenges. After defeating West Brom on their season opener it was the two ...

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