The big news today was about a serial cheat, who has chosen to speak to the media admitting his cheating. Obviously the widespread condemnation of this has created a buzz in the media which in turn sells newspapers and fills column inches.
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Usually every summer the off-season is famous for the transfer merry-go-round of players. Within a fortnight of the season ending jobs were vacant at Aston Villa, Chelsea, Liverpool and at West Brom.
Those Scots are so sharp, they are clever, cunning, hard to understand and shrewd.
The sadness I felt watching Liverpool celebrate the beating of Cardiff on penalties in the final of the Carling Cup (yes that’s Carling the quality lager), was quite cathartic.
Liverpool arrived at Old Trafford with fanfare and attitude after their FA Cup streaky win at home against the Champions of England.
Two goals from Wayne Rooney sent Manchester United back to the top of the table after defeating Liverpool in a tense and nervy encounter at Old Trafford which was sadly and predictably played amongst the back-drop of the Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra race-row.
The Premier League run-in has officially started. Last Sunday saw Manchester United earn a stunning draw at Stamford Bridge coming back from 3-0 to draw with Chelsea, tomorrow they face bitter rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford.
So here we are in February, approaching the run in on another season and yet what a strange year this has been. Maybe it’s because the media now report everything, or maybe it really is just a very strange year but consider what has happened so far.
A late Dirk Kuyt strike ensured Manchester United suffered heartbreak at Anfield as Liverpool moved onto the fifth round of the FA Cup after a hard-fought encounter.
Whenever Manchester United travel to Anfield, it’s a big game. Tomorrow’s match in the FA Cup is even bigger and has all the makings to be a classic.
Manchester United of course play Liverpool in the FA Cup away this weekend, with that in mind it’s worth taking a look at these three players who we should be wary of going into the game:
Arguably the shock of this weekend’s FA Cup third round matches was the recently retired Paul Scholes coming off the bench for Manchester United in their thrilling victory over Manchester City at the Ethiad Stadium this afternoon.