May 14 2007

Man Utd Stories of the Day

West Ham beat United and much has been discussed by Ahmed on how Fergie and the team ‘threw’ the game away. I was a bit groggy eyed and over slept, so couldn’t catch the game here in Yankee land. Anyway, West Ham staying in the Premiership at the cost of the Blades will probably start a debate that will end up in the courts. Tevez however, can be assured that he will be exalted to the status of a demi-God at Upton Park and maybe, just maybe, Sir Alex might have gotten interested. Well, if you believe Tribal Football he might be on his way to Old Trafford already. But as far as reliable news stories are concerned here are some of the more prominent ones of the day.

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May 13 2007

Manchester United throw the last game of the season

Tag: Manchester United Fixtures @ 9:30 pm

Not all United players had their hearts in the game, and from the team selection (and the substitutions, neither did Ferguson) and we paid the price for that in terms of a home defeat and a second double defeat of the season (the other team being Arsenal).

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May 13 2007

Glazers: Manchester United is not for sale

Tag: Manchester United News @ 5:31 pm

via Sky Sports:

Reports have indicated that a Chinese consortium made an £850million takeover bid for the club earlier this year. It was claimed that a Midlands-based finance expert made contact with the American owners on behalf of the group.

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May 13 2007

Manchester United don’t need Barton, can’t have Richards

Tag: Manchester United News @ 5:23 pm

Rumours connecting Micah Richards to Manchester United have been cropping up for the last month or so, and now people are linking Barton to Manchester United as well.

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May 13 2007

Rossi’s future at Manchester United

Tag: Manchester United Players @ 5:10 pm

Opinion on Giuseppe Rossi is split amongst Man Utd fans. Some consider him to be just the striker we need for next season (I’d be one of them), others are more interested in chasing after Huntelaar, Berbatov, Tevez or the ‘new flavour of the month’, as a comment on SL stated.

So what is it? Is Rossi good enough, or do we need a new striker?

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May 12 2007

De Rossi for Manchester United?

Last year, Barcelona was the only team which played with such flair, they made every other team look low and ugly. This year, another team has emerged, which going back to the tradition of their club started to play free flowing, attractive attacking football – Manchester United.

Yes, the same team which defeated Roma 7-1, but was sadly mauled 3-0 by Milan. From a purist’s perspective, they were the only team which deserved to win the premier league. But are they the team which deserved to win the Champions League, more than anyone else?

No!! A hard No!!!!!

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May 12 2007

Manchester United vs West Ham: Preview

United play the Hammers in a game that has greater significance for the players in claret and blue, although that is unlikely to be a reason for our manager to let the players relax. He has stated clearly that he wouldn’t want to show disrespect for the other teams involved in a relegation scrap and treat this game like a title decider, well almost (I added the title decider bit).

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May 12 2007

Man Utd Stories of the Day

Good Morning people (or Good Evening depending on what part of the world you are reading this from), let’s look at some of the news stories that are doing the rounds this morning as well as yesterday before we bring you a preview of the last league game of the season against the Hammers. So let’s get this out of the way, shall we?

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