Sep 22 2011

The Scope 1.2 – September 2011

Tag: The Scope @ 4:14 pm

Welcome to September’s issue of The Scope, RedRants’ retrospective evaluation of a months events in the life of Manchester United.

 

 

 

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Sep 22 2011

Episode 10: CanTheyScore – Manchester United Podcast

Tag: Podcast @ 2:40 pm

Welcome to the tenth Can They Score Manchester United Podcast.
If you’re listening on a Mobile Device, use this link – Episode 10.

This week’s episodes features James and I along side Doron, from Stretford End, talking about United’s performances against Chelsea and Leeds, Macheda, Pogba, our trip to Stoke this weekend, listeners questions and much more!

James (from Written Offside) and I, Chris (from Can They Score), welcome your feedback, positive or negative, as our aim is to to bring you the best analysis of the biggest club in the world with interesting guest, reviews and discussion.
 


Sep 21 2011

All Time Best XI Series: Right Midfield / Right Wing

Tag: All Time Best XI Series @ 9:11 pm

I must say that when I was asked if I would like to write an article whereby I get to select Manchester United’s top ten all time right sided midfielders, I jumped at the opportunity with great pleasure and enthusiasm. As a historically powerful juggernaut United have made it easy to pick top tens for all positions. The club goes back a long time but it also has such a rich and successful history that it’s been blessed with incredibly talented players who have plied their trade at Old Trafford. Nowhere is that more obvious than the position of Right Midfielder/Right Wing. The list of greatness to have occupied that part of the field is simply so awe inspiring one would have to dig deep to find another club in world football that can match or beat this top ten list for class and skill.

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Sep 21 2011

The Evolution Of Nani

Tag: Manchester United Players @ 9:20 am

 

Nani has received a lot of (deserved) praise in last 18 months for stepping up his game and maturing as a player. United’s player of the year last season, the creator of THAT goal against Arsenal, the Playstation-esque chip against Tottenham, and a fistful of crucial goals that have sometimes been forgotten (like his goal against City last season right before Rooney scored his ‘goal’).

ManUtd.com carries an excellent interview with Nani, where he talks about the transformations in the squad over the summer, his left foot and the constant comparisons with Ronaldo.

 

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Sep 19 2011

Chelsea Becomes Latest Victim of United’s ‘Pitchkrieg’

Tag: Classic Posts,Match Reports @ 10:01 am

Well, it seemed like another day ‘out back of wood shed’ with Chelsea being the latest victim fed to the wood chipper. Sounds better than another day in the office or walk in the park I think.  Manchester United took care of business and disposed of Chelsea in what must go down as one of the most exciting end-to-end matches between the sides.  This game had a bit of everything and it could easily have ended up in a 5-5 draw.  Both teams played well offensively and both had numerous scoring chances but in the end the difference was our width and our touch of class when it comes to finishing off our chances even though we were wasteful today and oh so very sloppy.

 

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Sep 18 2011

United Welcome Title Rivals Chelsea To Old Trafford

As dangerous as archrivals City have looked in the early part of the Premier League season, it could be easy to dismiss Chelsea as the main challenger to the Manchester United throne. United and Chelsea have combined to win the last seven Premier League titles, with the two sides claiming the top two spots in the final league table four times in that span.

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Sep 17 2011

The Academy: MUFC (1 v 1) Middlesboro

Tag: Academy,Match Reports @ 9:23 pm

United’s U18′s took on Middlesboro at Carrington today in a later than usual midday kickoff. After an impressive start to the season United’s young guns took on what proved to be a very determined, well organised Middlesboro team who showed they were capable of matching United stride-for-stride. The game got off to a flying start with a goal inside the opening 30 seconds and United had a battle on their hands to get in to the game and even stay in it with Boro having the better of the second half.

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Sep 16 2011

Episode 9: CanTheyScore – Manchester United Podcast

Tag: Podcast @ 8:57 pm

Welcome to the ninth Can They Score Manchester United podcast.

This week’s episodes features James along side Nick, from Man United Youth, and Tom, from The Faithful, talking about United’s performance against Benfica, Antonio Valencia, Chelsea’s visit this weekend, listeners questions and much more!

James (from Written Offside) and I, Chris (from Can They Score), welcome your feedback, positive or negative, as our aim is to to bring you the best analysis of the biggest club in the world with interesting guest, reviews and discussion.






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