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The United Way

21 October 2013 Leave a comment
When Adam Lallana somehow scrambled the equaliser into the goal yesterday in the 89th minute, it brought back memories of what Manchester United have been in the past many years. Albeit on most of those occasions, it was Manchester United that did the late scoring to level or win matches. Read more…
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Manchester is Red

10 December 2012 14 comments

What a match! It lived up to the hype and pressure of being a Manchester derby, no less the match up of currently the top two teams in the English Premier League. Super Sunday did in fact turn into one for the red half of Manchester as RvP lifted a free kick in the third minute of injury time into the top right corner of Joe Hart’s goal to secure a nervy but deserved win for Manchester United. The match had a lot of points for discussion so I attempt to provide a few of them here. Read more…

EPL 2012-13 Season Preview – Part I

9 August 2012 3 comments

Ten days remain before the new season of the EPL kicks off. So I thought of doing a season preview post for the 20 teams participating in this year’s competition. Read more…

Second guessing the Gaffer

2 March 2011 Leave a comment

This is a special post in anticipation of the Sunday game between Manchester United and Liverpool at Anfield. This is my proposed side and strategy.

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Between the Devil(s) and the deep ‘C’!

1 March 2011 9 comments

A moment of inspiration and the result was the title of the blog post. And so it is necessary that I also explain the context. Read more…

The Enemy’s Backyard

30 March 2010 2 comments

Is this their moment? Beckham… into Sheringham… and Solskjær has won it!

Words uttered by Clive Tyldesley on the night of 26 May 1999 and probably etched into the memories of Manchester United fans across the world. With a few hours remaining before the Red Devils take on their German opposition in their Last 8 UEFA Champion’s League clash, most fans of both clubs would remember that eventful night as the two European giants met at Camp Nou in Barcelona for the final match of the 1999 UEFA Champions League. Trailing for the most part of the match, Sir Alex Ferguson truly proved the monicker “Golden Substitution”. Second half substitutes Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjær collaborated marvelously to shoot in two stunners in injury time and snatch victory from the jaws of defeat for the Devils. Read more…

The Taming of the San Siro

17 February 2010 2 comments

So here I am back again for the follow up post to the previous one. Tell me you weren’t expecting this and I’d say you’re lying through your teeth! I mean, for crying out loud, the Reds won!!! So why wouldn’t I be back?
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