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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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Eden Opens the Gate for Luka: To Old Trafford Entrance

By Rasmus Lukunka In April I wrote a column about the implications of Chelsea’s final league standing on Manchester United’s ability to attract top prospects in the current transfer market. Both Chelsea and Man United, along with Manchester City have ...

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When it Comes to Mind Games, There’s Only One Winner

By Rasmus Lukunka Ever since the inception of the English Premier League, Sir Alex Ferguson and his Manchester United team have been involved in more mind games than any top side in the league. With United winning 12 of the ...

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Chelsea’s Final League Position Matters…To Man United

By Rasmus Lukunka With Two months left in the 2011/2012 Premier League season, Manchester United and Manchester City are battling for the crown. Man Utd lead City by a point at the summit. Arsenal recently powered their way to Third, ...

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Ferguson Proves His Managerial Excellence

By Ewan Day-Collins Manchester United and Liverpool is always a ferocious battle. Yet unfortunately both clubs have been clouded by toxic fumes of the Luis Suarez saga. But, through the ashes of that fateful Barclays Premier League match between the ...

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Chelsea’s Progression is far more Significant than United’s Exit

By Ewan Day-Collins at Stamford Bridge It was perhaps the most unlikely of outcomes of a Champions League week that, to many observers, looked to hold no real reason for anticipating excitement or surprise. Yet the outcome at the end ...

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