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The Red Report: Ando's future, Welbeck on a roll, Georgie Best and Chelsea

Sid Sunday, November 28, 2010



Welcome to the seventh issue of The Red Report, the round table discussion of all things Manchester United by your favourite United blogs: The Busby Way, Stretford-End, Bangalore To Old Trafford, ManUtd24, and Red Force Rising. This week we look focus on three players - one currently playing for the club; one out on loan; and one true Red legend. After three defeats in four games we also assess what's going on at our rivals, Chelsea.
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The Red Report: Lindegaard, PIK, Kiko and Country or Club?

Sid Wednesday, November 24, 2010


 Welcome to the sixth issue of The Red Report, the round table discussion of all things Manchester United by your favourite United blogs: The Busby Way, Stretford-End, Bangalore To Old Trafford, ManUtd24, and Red Force Rising. Unfortunately this week The Busby Way have had some technical issues. If we are able to fix them we will include answers from The Busby Way as a later amendment. This week we discuss a potential new player; take on the contentious topic of PIK and debt; consider Kiko's progress; and we try to settle the club vs. country conundrum.
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Rise of Rafa

Sid Sunday, November 21, 2010
A distraught Rafael after getting sent off against Bayern



Since his arrival, Rafael was always going to inherit the right back position, but the big question was when would he be ready to play regularly in the position?
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Preview: Manchester United v Wigan Athletic

Rob Bromilow Thursday, November 18, 2010


Manchester Utd v Wigan
Old Trafford
Saturday 20th November - 3pm Kick Off


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The Red Report: The Manchester Derby, Our baby faced assassin, Carrick's return to form and Andy Carroll

Sid Sunday, November 14, 2010


Welcome to the fifth issue of The Red Report, the round table discussion of all things Manchester United by your favourite United blogs: The Busby Way, Stretford-End, Bangalore To Old Trafford, ManUtd24, and Red Force Rising. This week we look back at the Derby against Manchester City and explain what it means to us; discuss Ole's departure; praise Michael Carrick; and run the rule over free-scoring Andy Carroll.
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A Day to forget!!

Sid Saturday, November 13, 2010


The only way to describe today’s performance against Villa is Horrendous!! We were simply not in the game for almost 80 minutes. We were outplayed for most of the game, especially for most of the second half, and we came away from Villa Park with a lucky point and Villa dropped two points!
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A Blue moon that failed to rise!!

Sid Thursday, November 11, 2010

Rafael showing he's no pushover!


So much was promised from the Manchester derby and it delivered so little! IT was supposed to be the game where city showed us why we should fear them!! but the 0-0 stalemate was such a let down as city never really looked like they even wanted to play proper football. Many city fan's went around predicting huge victories for their team and how they would  roll united over, etc. but the performance that their team put up would have left most of them embarrassed.
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Preview: Manchester City v Manchester United

Rob Bromilow Tuesday, November 9, 2010


After the weekend's last minute victory for Manchester United, we head into the Manchester derby in confident mood if not a full compliment of players. A virus has swept through the training ground since the club's trip to Turkey and the likes of Anderson, Carrick, Berbatov and Evra have all been struck with the illness. Nani could return to the team, but he won't be fully fit, Giggs is ruled out although he has been training for the last 10 days.
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Young Devils on the brink! Part 1

Sid

Macheda's brilliant goal on debut against Aston Villa


The academy at Manchester United has over the years produced several talented footballers, some of whom have made a career for themselves at the club or at other clubs around the world.

The likes of Scholes, Giggs, Fletcher, Beckham, Gary Neville, etc all emerged from our famed academy and went on become huge stars at Old Trafford. Similarly Gerard Pique, Giuseppe Rossi, Jonathan Spector, Phil Neville, Phil Bardsley, etc. have gone on to establish themselves at other clubs.
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The Red Report: Van der Sar, Owen's future, Transfer dealings & Filipo Inzaghi

Sid Sunday, November 7, 2010

Welcome to the fourth issue of The Red Report, the round table discussion of all things Manchester United by your favourite United blogs: The Busby Way, Stretford End, Bangalore To Old Trafford, ManUtd 24 and Red Force Rising. This week hasn’t been any less hectic in terms of news at the biggest club in the world with the Wayne Rooney saga still lingering in people’s minds and the derby just around the corner, the club is in a very fine balance and some of the topics we discuss today show this.
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Match Preview: Manchester United vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Sid Friday, November 5, 2010





Sid's note: I'm delighted to welcome a new writer to the blog, and that too a very talented one at that, Rob Bromilow. This is his first of many more contributions to the blog.

Competition: Barclays Premier League
Date: Saturday, 6 November 2010
Venue: Old Trafford
Kick Off: 3pm
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Our Bionic Dutchman

Sid
Van der Sar ; The Flying Dutchman



He might be 40, but he’s still going as strong as ever. Edwin Van Der Sar is easily among the best GK’s ever to put on the United jersey, The veteran Dutchman has been ever present at the back ever since we signed him from Fulham back in 2005.
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The man we needed Back!

Siddarth Wednesday, November 3, 2010




The last 12-15 months haven’t been the best time for Rio in terms of injuries. First, he spent most of last season troubled with a niggling back injury that refused to go away, finally when he did recover in time to participate in the World cup, he ended up damaging his knee during training with England in their pre-World cup camp, after Emile Heskey fell on his knee!
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Agents: Their role, and what they bring to the table

Siddarth Monday, November 1, 2010

Rooney and his agent Paul Stretford

Sid's note: The following article is a contribution from my good friend Chris, and hopefully this will be the first of several more from a writer who's a devout follower of almost all major football leagues in Europe. Below, Chris takes a look at Agents and their role in arm twisting clubs to get what their clients, the player wants.


Football has had agents for decades, they are hired primarily to ensure that their clients get what they would ideally want, but the question is ‘are they needed, and are they damaging the modern game?’

 
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