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Mourinho bringing back the club traditions Moyes and Van Gaal abandoned – Hull City vs Manchester United Review

Manchester United have enjoyed the best start to the Premier League in 5 years as young starlet Marcus Rashford found the net in the dying minutes of the game. Continue reading

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A Midfield Masterclass – Manchester United vs Southampton Review

Mourinho’s first home Premier League game in charge of Manchester United ended in a 2-0 win over Southampton with Zlatan scoring a brace and Pogba having a brilliant debut…ish… Continue reading

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The Start of a New Era – Bournemouth vs Manchester United Review

Jose Mourinho’s first Premier League game in charge of Manchester United couldn’t have gone any better with new signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic getting on the scoresheet along with Mata and Rooney, while Eric Bailly won his second man of the match award in only his second competitive game for the club. Continue reading

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“I want teams to come to Old Trafford again and be scared” – Full Interview with Manchester United fan Tiggs Da Author

I caught up with Manchester United fan Tiggs Da Author at Standon Calling Festival last weekend and this is what he had to say. Be sure to check out his music too. I predict big things for him as he was absolutely amazing live! Continue reading

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Is Wayne Rooney a Manchester United legend?

Wayne Rooney has been at Manchester United for 12 years now and is close to becoming the club’s all time top scorer, yet fans tend to disagree on whether he is a legend or not. Having had his testimonial last night I look through Rooney’s time at Old Trafford and hopefully come to a decision as to where he stands in the club’s history. Continue reading

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Who’ll take their chance? Who’ll be leaving this Summer? Can Manchester United win the league? And More! – Answering your Questions

Who will win the end of season awards? @And_She_Scores

Players’ Player of the Season: Mkhitaryan is a player who can create many chances as well as score them and this is something the players will probably appreciate when voting for their player of the season. That is if he settles well though, but early signs are promising for the new signing. Continue reading

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How José Mourinho is already proving his doubters wrong

Forget Chelsea. Forget Real Madrid. Even forget Porto and Inter Milan, because Manchester United is where José Mourinho will really shine. He’s a man who has divided opinion, but since being announced as the new manager, he hasn’t put a foot wrong. He may have his doubters questioning how long he will stay and whether he will maintain club traditions and continue to bring through youngsters, but he will prove them all wrong. Continue reading

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Is Roy Hodgson finally learning?

If there was ever a game worthy of that cliche “a game of two halves” this was it. In a frantic first 45 minutes Wales took the lead due to some poor goalkeeping from Hart, whilst England’s best chance came via Sterling who managed to blast the ball over the bar when it seemed easier to score. This was followed in the second half with a pacy but composed three lions performance who deservedly scored late on to take the three points and move to the top of Group B.
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How Roy Hodgson has screwed England over

Roy Hodgson has forced himself into a sticky situation with England, due to his incompetence and his persistent selection of players based on who they play for and how big of a name they are, rather than how good the actual player is, how that player would fit into the squad and what his role would be in the team. Most importantly he has failed to take into consideration the form of the players he is taking over the previous season. Continue reading

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Euro 2016: What to expect in France

The 2016 Euros kick off tomorrow as the tournament favourites France take on Romania. France may be the hosts and the favourites, but who is going to be up there challenging them and which teams could potentially surprise people? Continue reading

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