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The New Wayne Rooney

By Mark James Before I begin to break my own heart and plot the downfall of two of the greatest players to ever wear the Manchester United shirt, this past weekend showed why it is time to develop a new ...

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Berbatov: United’s Greatest Disappointment

By Ewan Day-Collins Mark James, on oldtrafford.com, noted how many ponder the question: Is Luis Nani Manchester United’s “great underachiever”? This is a correct observation in this season’s context, but – if the answer is “Yes” in general – a ...

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Nani Set for Old Trafford Exit

By Mark James Despite a somewhat resurgent showing against Tottenham this weekend, there can be little doubt that Nani has already given the doubters enough reasons to finally call for his head, whilst one can only assume that it is ...

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AVB Hopes for Second Time Lucky at Spurs

By Ewan Day-Collins Andre Villas-Boas has been quiet of late. His appointment at Tottenham Hotspur passed without great media interest or, seemingly, disapproval. Despite the Portuguese replacing Harry Redknapp, the popular, wise, and unquestionably successful former leader, loyalty has been ...

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Paul Pogba’s Cheap Parting Shot at Man United

By Mark James It wasn’t that long ago that Fifa were permanently beating the drum for a much needed injection of R-E-S-P-E-C-T into the beautiful game and, when you step back and compare the English Premier League of today to ...

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City Yet to Prove Qualities of Greatness

By Ewan Day-Collins The intensity of the passion at the Etihad Stadium last night was unprecedented. Fans who have waited for 44 years finally grasped a seemingly elusive crown. So significant is this result; enhanced by the dramatic form it ...

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United v City

By Ewan Day-Collins So, it all comes down to this: Manchester United versus Manchester City. If the Premier league has been overshadowed in recent weeks as a result of thrilling European contests, the attention is firmly focused back on to ...

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