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Entries in Midfield (116)

Tuesday
Jun112013

United Would Love Fabregas But They Won't Get Him

Cesc Fabregas continues to be linked with a move away from Barcelona. The midfielder only rejoined the Catalan giants two years ago from Arsenal. If he were to leave and return to England would it mean that his time back in La Liga has been a failure?

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Monday
May132013

Why Would Rooney Want To Leave United?

So Wayne Rooney did ask for a transfer request and is indeed contemplating his future with Manchester United..

….for a second time.

Why would Wayne want to leave?

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Saturday
May042013

Why Nani's Time At United Is Up

One recurring theme over the last couple of seasons has been Nani’s future. Has the Portuguese winger done enough to warrant staying at Manchester United? Has he reached his peak? Has Sir Alex Ferguson got any patience left for him?

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Tuesday
Apr232013

Danny Welbeck Deserves His PFA Young Player Nomination

Despite some fine performances this season it would be fair to say that Danny Welbeck’s inclusion as one of six nominees’s for the PFA Young Player award has certainly raised a few eyebrows.

Many fans and pundits have been surprised to see Danny included as the forward has only scored once in the Premier League this season and hasn’t started anywhere near the same amount of games that the other nominees - excluding Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere – have.

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Wednesday
Apr172013

Why Paul Scholes Is My Favourite Player

Everybody has a favourite player but for me I have two which share that honour and one of them is Ryan Giggs. The other being our 38 year old magician Paul Scholes.

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Monday
Mar042013

Ryan Giggs, United's Immortal Number 11

The 2nd March 1991 is a day that will forever have a place in the hearts of every Manchester United fan.

On this day 22 years ago, Ryan Giggs made his Premier League debut, and the legacy of one of the greatest players of the Premier League era began.

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Sunday
Jan272013

That Boy Giggsy, He'll Play As Long As He Wants!

Ryan Giggs. It doesn't matter if you're a Manchester United fan, fan of football or have no interest in the Sport at all the man is a worldwide and household name.

Ryan is 39 but yet he defies time as he plays like a 21 year old and has done for ultimately his whole Football career which has lasted for 22 years and is still going strong.

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Sunday
Jan202013

Despite Pogba Starring For Juve, United Were Still Right To Let Him Go

It doesn’t matter which club you are. Whether you’re Hereford or Barcelona, every once in a while a club has to let go a young talent that ideally they’d have liked to have kept. It happens all the time in the football.

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Friday
Jan112013

United Boosted By Return Of Nani And Anderson For Liverpool Clash

Wayne Rooney has been ruled out of Manchester United’s clash against Liverpool at Old Trafford this Sunday. Nani and Anderson are back in the squad after recovering from hamstring problems. How will their return to the action boost United?

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Tuesday
Jan082013

Is Antonio Valencia Struggling From A Lack Of Competition?

Antonio Valencia rightfully was Manchester United’s best player last season and is one of the best wingers in the world. A certain Pep Guardiola has waxed lyrical about him in the past and who’s he to disagree with?

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Friday
Jan042013

Joe Cole Would Have Been Magic At Old Trafford

Think back to the summer of 2003. That great summer when Manchester United the newly crowned champions of England signed Cristiano Ronaldo for just over £12 million as well as recruiting David Bellion, Eric Djemba-Djemba, Kleberson and Tim Howard.

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Monday
Dec312012

Vidic United's Rock In Win Over West Brom

The Manchester rain is ruining the Old Trafford playing surface, especially through the middle, bringing back memories of the seasons where we laid 3 fields a year, and giving our overworked midfield tired legs.

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