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Anonymous Monday, April 23, 2012
I know it's been ages since i last posted an article here but the last few months were so hectic that i had to put blogging on the back-burner for a while. But almost 3-4 months on i've decided to make a comeback, but i thought the best way to restart it was with a new blog and in a new domain. hopefully the new blog can do well as this one was doing too.

So head over HERE to visit the new site.


Scholesy's Swansong

Anonymous Thursday, January 12, 2012

The sharp intake of breath followed by the feeling of intense euphoria is something i think every United fan felt when they heard the news that our Ginger prince was returning. The news of his return was a shot from the dark, no one really expected it to happen and the rumors doing rounds earlier in the day were almost immediately ridiculed by one and all. According to Wayne Rooney, the news of his return was kept so quiet that even the players themselves had no clue about his impending return until they saw him in the dressing room prior to the game.

Match Preview: Win at Goodison is a must have!

Anonymous Thursday, October 27, 2011

It’s been 4 days since the derby defeat at the hands of Manchester City, meanwhile we beat Aldershot comfortably with a 2nd string side that featured none of the players who started on Sunday. And come Saturday, we play probably one of our biggest games of the season as a consequence, Everton vs Manchester United will be the match that all eyes will be on.

Manchester Derby - A Chalkboard Analysis

Anonymous Monday, October 24, 2011

We have a special tactical analysis of Manchester Derby from the editor of one of my favorite Football blogs around The False 9.

The 161st Manchester derby was one of the most horrifying experiences ever for me as a Manchester United fan. Completely ripped apart and ruthlessly punished the Red Devils have a lot to do if they have to retain the title.

Of course tactically the game changed totally after Jonny Evans was sent off, but having said that United didn’t create any good chances even when they were 11v11. A lack of a world class midfielder is quite obvious when on the opposite side you have got someone like David Silva stamping his authority all over the match.

Fergie’s latest striking dilemma!

Anonymous Monday, October 17, 2011
Javier Hernandez and Danny Welbeck

This season has been all about Manchester United’s youth bursting on to the scene and giving our senior players a run for their money! We’ve seen Evans and Jones keep Rio and Vida out of the team on two occasions already; while Cleverley and Anderson grabbed the central midfield positions for themselves and kept Carrick on the side-lines at the start of the season.

We must handle Anfield with care

Guest Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Note: this article is contributed by a new writer for the blog, Leaxan Freitas. He discusses our start to the season and why we can't afford to make silly mistakes at Anfield this Saturday. 

Eleven games into the season and by the time we finish up on 15th at Anfield we would have been two months into the season. What a start to the season, which really for me began in the second half of the Community Shield. Then, we lost Rio and Vidic on the opening day against West Brom. Millions of Red Devils all over the world feared for the worst, but 9 games on and we haven’t lost a single match so far.

Is Rio's time at Old Trafford coming to an end?

Anonymous Sunday, October 9, 2011

Usually when MLS clubs come sniffing for a big name player, he’s usually in his 30’s and past his best, like Beckham, Henry and Marquez before. And the latest player to be linked with a move to America is our very own fan favourite, Rio Ferdinand.

Jones isn’t the only talented young CB we have!

Anonymous Thursday, October 6, 2011

I’m sure the first name that popped into everyone’s mind when they read the title of the article was Chris Smalling, but this article isn't about him either. The player I’m talking about hasn't really received as much plaudits from the press and fans like Smalling and Jones have, but he has been just as impressive as the duo.
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