Entries in Sir Alex Ferguson (183)

Wednesday
Jun052013

Sevilla Testimonial A Fitting Reward For Ferdinand

Many fans believe that football testimonials are going to be a rare breed for modern-day football in the near future, so we should celebrate them whilst they’re here. This August, Manchester United will face La Liga side Sevilla in a testimonial for Rio Ferdinand at Old Trafford.

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Friday
May242013

United Hold All The Aces In Rooney Power Struggle

Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement, David Moyes was named as his successor, Paul Scholes also brought down the curtain on his Manchester United career for the second and final time, and in other football news a certain Scouse lad who goes by the name of Wayne Rooney, once again stated his desire to leave the club, proving that lightening can strike twice in the same place, it's groundhog day.

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Monday
May202013

Thank You Fergie For 26 Years Of Unforgettable Success

The day was always going to come, it was inevitable.

But when the grand master of football Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement as manager of Manchester United a few days before the penultimate game of this latest title winning season, it was no less surprising or emotional. Not just for followers of the club such as myself, but the whole football world felt some sense of loss when the news filtered through.

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Friday
May172013

Moyes Needs Patience At United To Carry On Sir Alex's Legacy

Manchester United is bigger than any one man, and so the events of the last week bring change at our Club while the Reds go marching on.

The only constant in football is change and so none of this surprises me.

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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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Friday
May102013

The Steps Moyes Must Take To Become The Man Of Old Trafford

There it is then. The unthinkable has actually happened and come july 1st 2013, Manchester United will have a new manager at the helm. A certain Glaswegian who has made a name for himself at Everton, who on a shoestring budget has wheeled and dealt his way to making a consistent side that over the years, has steadily enhanced its reputation.

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Wednesday
May082013

If Moyes Is To Replace Sir Alex Let's Have Faith In Him

This morning has indeed come as somewhat of a shock to Manchester United fans. After all who would have expected the news of Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement as manager just a fortnight after the club claimed a record-breaking 20th league championship?

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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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Wednesday
May012013

United's Title Win Down To Seven Key Factors

This season Manchester United have proved several things.

The first thing is that you need top class cover in every single position to win the league, and we have it.

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Monday
Apr292013

Why It Wouldn't Be A Surprise To See Rooney Leave United

Ever since stating he wished to leave Manchester United back in 2010, Wayne Rooney has never been too far away from speculation linking him with a move away from Old Trafford.

There is no doubting his ability as a footballer, and what he can do to opponents on his day.  

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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
Apr152013

Fergie Masterstroke Sees United Earn Comfortable Win At Stoke

As Manchester United lined up today to face Stoke City at the daunting Britannia Stadium, many were surprised to see the side being put out by Sir Alex Ferguson.

After a big gap, we saw Wayne Rooney being played as a mainstream central midfielder alongside Michael Carrick with Shinji Kagawa on the left and Antonio Valencia on the right. Robin van Persie and Javier Hernandez started upfront for the away side.

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