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Manchester United at a crossroads

United’s blip could turn into something far greater if they don’t capture fourth place this season.

Growing up as a young child in the UK in the ’80s, one constant in life was that Maggie Thatcher was in charge and ruled with an iron fist. (more…)


Dodgy football lookalikes: Volume 6

Drum roll please ladies and gents…

Because our dodgy football lookalikes are back for another very .. erm ‘dodgy’ instalment.



Where next for Manchester United?

It has not been a vintage season so far for Manchester United.

Already out of both domestic cups, and hopelessly behind in the title race, even securing a Champions League place looks a big ask. (more…)


Even Juan Mata cannot cloud Manchester United’s problems

A front three of Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata.

Surely a prospect to get Manchester United fans excited after a disappointing first half to the campaign. (more…)


The flowers of Manchester will blossom again

United have hit a low.

Curiously, they haven’t been entirely washed out, wringed out and hung out to dry, as much as most would like. (more…)


Allardyce or Moyes, who has had the worst season?

League Cup losers.

David Moyes’ transitional Manchester United team may only have narrowly lost on penalties in last night’s League Cup Semi-Final. (more…)


Manchester United’s worst eleven

This is not a list of Manchester United’s most disappointing players in terms of ability.

It’s a list of the disappointing players that arrived for huge money and big expectations, and players that were meant to push United to another level but didn’t quite do it as a Red Devil! (more…)


No need to panic for Manchester City and Manchester United

Darren Ash examines neighbours Manchester City and Manchester United’s indifferent fortunes during the opening 11 games of the English Premier League.

With the sides being amongst the early season favourites, it is fair to say that the early season positions of Manchester United and Manchester City have come as a bit of a surprise. (more…)


The problem with England

England, England, England, or actually should that be Inger-land, Inger-land, Inger-land?

Either way, we are once again left shaking our heads as fortress Wembley once more crumbled like a sand castle facing the foot of the beach bully trying to woo the bikini clad babe. (more…)


Arsenal and Manchester United – Role reversal

Things move fast in the football world, rewind to the beginning of the summer and the Premier League was a very different place.

Manchester United were flying high, they had the most successful manager of all time coming to the end of his managerial career and they had sewn up the league title with ease. (more…)


Scottish managers: Is there something in the water?

Unless you’ve been held captive in Guantanamo Bay you will know that David Moyes replaced Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager last week.

Prior to the appointment, there was much speculation about who would become the new manager with many media commentators, bookmakers, pundits and fans deciding that it was two horse race between Moyes and Jose Mourinho. (more…)

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The end of an era – Sir Alex Ferguson

One of the biggest headlines of the season..

And maybe even the decade is of course that Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, has retired after almost 27 years in charge. (more…)


It’s not just talent that wins championships

Manchester United recently secured their 20th league title in commanding fashion.

Robin van Persie scored a fantastic hat trick – his second goal to be remembered for years to come. People say this team isn’t as good as the United team of 1999, and I’d have to agree, but their mentality is just as good as the 1999 team. (more…)


PFA Player of the Year Award 2013 Nominations: The Verdict

The nominations for this year’s PFA Player of the Year Award have been announced, with six players from four teams up for the biggest individual award in British football.

All six have provided us with incredible, unforgettable moments over the season, and now it is time to look at the men who have had the biggest impact on the 2012/2013 Premier League. (more…)


Some Saturdays I like to go to the DW Stadium

It’s one of the most predictable jokes out there.

Every time Wigan Athletic have been summoned to appear on the box, social media likes to pick up on the empty seats littered about the DW Stadium. Cue the jokes about Wigan fans dressing up as seats and portraying the sad, lonely image of around eleven fans turning up for the match. (more…)