You may remember a while ago we featured an interview with a Basel fan about his take on the Champions League draw, after he learnt that his side had been paired with Manchester United in this season’s competition.
Well its certainly been an interesting start to the Premier League this year. Even with Arsenal starting badly we have seen more than a few shocks already. Anyway it's time for my ‘jokey’ predictions for what I think will ‘go down’ in October in the world’s best football league.
Manchester United of course play Norwich City at home tomorrow, in the Premier League and with that in mind it’s worth taking a look at these three players who we should be wary of going into the game:
Manchester Untied tomorrow host newly promoted side Norwich City at Old Trafford, in what will be their first non-televised live match of the season as United will rarely have a 3pm kick-off on a Saturday in the Premier League.
Of course on Saturday, Manchester United host newly promoted side Norwich City at Old Trafford, looking for their sixth Premier League win of the season. With that in mind it’s worth looking at these 8 individuals who have both spent time at United and Norwich in their careers in the game.
I thought it would be good at the start of each month to give my predictions on the games that Manchester United will have over the season. Here's how I can see our games in October panning out.
Seeing as it's the end of the month, it's time for you to vote in our Manchester United goal of the month award for September.
Here are the 9 goals to choose from for the award:
Seeing as it's the end of the month, it's time for you guys to vote in our Manchester United player of the month award for September.
Here are the 9 nominees for the award:
On Tuesday evening Manchester City's Carlos Tevez showed an unbelievable arrogance and disrespect to his team mates, manager, supporters and football in general by refusing to make a substitute appearance for his club againgst Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
One of the criticisms of modern-day footballers has been that they have too much 'power' in the dressing-room thesedays and that at times they can be gobby, self-minded and money-driven individuals.
So after the latest week of the Premier League season, here’s what we learnt this weekend:
A goal deep into second-half injury time from Ashley Young denied Swiss side Basel from pulling of arguably their most famous victory in European competition as a thrilling Champions League game at Old Trafford ended in a sensational 3-3 draw.