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Why do the British continue to flop abroad?

David Moyes was relieved of his duties at Real Sociedad this week,

In a not unexpected move by the Basque club. (more…)

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The van Gaal revolution at Manchester United showing promise

Dutchman Louis van Gaal has replaced David Moyes as Manchester United manager.

The former Everton and Preston North End manager was relieved of his duties, just 11 months into his six-year contract, following a turbulent campaign at Old Trafford. (more…)

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Where can Manchester United expect to finish?

I’m sure Manchester United fans need no reminding of last season’s misgivings.

In an appointment that promised so much but delivered so little, the ‘chosen one’ David Moyes arrived from Everton as Sir Alex Ferguson’s scouted replacement. (more…)

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World Cup 2014: Group E preview

Group E is without a doubt one of the most intriguing groups at this year’s World Cup.

Particularly when you consider the variety of footballing styles on show by the four competing teams. (more…)

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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…)

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David Moyes: Always in SAF’s shadow

Everybody knew that Alex Ferguson was a great manager,

but heads have rapidly turned over just how dominant and fantastic he was. A managerial genius. (more…)

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Top 5 Premier League January transfer window buys

Many millions of pounds have been spent during the winter transfer market over the years.

Matt Boosey looks at some of the finest purchases made since it was introduced in season 2002/03. (more…)

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Where did it go wrong for AVB?

Mark Cruise takes a supremely informed looked at the reign of André Villas-Boas at Tottenham Hotspur and where it all went wrong.

From personnel and tactics, to team spirit and stubbornness, this is a must-read for Premier League fans. (more…)

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Manchester United need to stick with David Moyes

It’s safe to say David Moyes hasn’t had things go entirely his own way in his short time in charge at Manchester United.

A summer of failed transfers, concluded with the rushed signing of Marouane Fellaini, and a squad full of under performing players have compiled the misery onto the man chosen to fill the biggest boots in world football. (more…)

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Manchester United: A look at life post ‘Fergie time’

As opposed to writing individual match reports throughout the season..

I thought I would let the dust settle before jumping into the ring and throwing punches left right and centre on how the new look Manchester United and defending Champions of England have begun the season under new boss David Moyes. (more…)

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Do United really need Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini?

David Moyes has struggled to make any signings since arriving at Old Trafford.

With Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini the subject of furious speculation over the summer. (more…)

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Who do Manchester United really need to sign?

A lot of the transfer speculation over the past fortnight has been centred around who Manchester United’s new manager David Moyes will try to sign.

With names such as Gareth Bale, Cesc Fabregas and Cristiano Ronaldo being thrown around, Moyes looks like he wants to make a massive statement of intent during this window. (more…)

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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…)

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Manchester United and Sir Alex seek a 20th title

The last ten seconds of the 2011/12 Premier League season is one that will live long in the memory of the fans from both Manchester clubs.

Manchester City ended their 44 years of hurt without a title; and for United losing out on the 20th title to the noisy neighbours on goal difference — having seemingly won the title from their rivals with a comfortable 1-0 win over Sunderland — made it a season finale that will never be forgotten. (more…)

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