Tag Archives: Anders Lindegaard

5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 0-1 Chelsea

By Mark Nevin 1.  United players still get sent off Rafael’s red card was silly, in several respects. David Luiz, having done as much as he could to rub his compatriot up the wrong way, looked an idiot lying there with a stupid grin on his face. The incident generated a passion among both sets of […]

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Stability The Key For Title Hunting Reds

By Nathan Thomas. Robin van Persie’s sumptuous injury-time winners against West Ham United on Saturday was, if you think about it, a microcosm of United’s brilliantly fluid attacking play that we have borne witness to so far this season. Equally, it could be attested that the entire game could be categorised as a microcosm of […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester City 2-3 Manchester United

By Matthew Jones 1. Robin Van Persie is worth his weight in gold 10 minutes before the end, I told a friend in the pub that Fergie needed to take off van Persie, who in all honesty, had a poor game. The only thing of note he’d really done in the game up until then […]

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5 Things We Learned: Reading 3-4 Manchester United

By Chris Mortlock 1. This trend of making average teams look good needs to stop That first half against Reading was one of the most entertaining halves of Premier League football like, ever. Both teams looked like scoring every time they ventured forward. For the neutral, it must have been a great game to watch. […]

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5 Things We Learned: Southampton 2 Manchester United 3

By Jason Freeman. 1) Scholes has still got it Paul Scholes, what will we do when he retires again? During his 30 minutes on the pitch against Southampton he completely changed the game giving United more control over the game where as before his introduction to the game we were bullied by Southampton. His vision […]

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Season Review: David de Gea

By Thomas Doyle After a first full season in the Premier League, David de Gea has jumped from the frying pan into the fire, been dumped out and into a bucket of ice water, and then thrown back in to the inferno without so much as an pause for breath along the way. The fact that he […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 2 Stoke City 0

By Tony Mogan. After the frustration of going out of the FA Cup following defeat at Liverpool over the weekend, it was time for Manchester United to refocus and re-establish January’s winning run. Thankfully it was business as usual in the Premier League as Sir Alex’s still-injury stricken side eased past an unambitious Stoke City […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 3 Bolton Wanderers 0

By Thomas Doyle. 1. The legs may go but the class doesn’t As Thierry Henry displayed so thrillingly in the FA Cup against Leeds United last week, while the pace and strength of a top class player may go, he always retains the brains. And so another returning legend reinforced this point at Old Trafford […]

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5 Things We Learned: Aston Villa 0-1 Manchester United

By Tony Mogan After Manchester United managed the seemingly unthinkable and dropped points at home two games on the bounce, a perplexing end to November culminated in defeat at the hands of a plucky Crystal Palace side, a miserable end to Sir Alex Ferguson’s League Cup ambitions. With a crucial visit to Basel lying in […]

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5 Things We Learnt From the Draw at Benfica

By Sam Hill 1. Anders Lindegaard Anders Lindegaard is the ideal backup, not since Raimond van der Gouw have I seen a more capable understudy. He dealt with everything superbly and I was even surprised he managed to get his fingers to Cardozo’s snapshot. Everything that came towards him, he held. This isn’t just a […]

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Five things we learnt in Chicago

By Nathan Thomas. 1. Ryan Giggs shows no sign of stopping Despite a summer he would rather forget Giggs has shown no ill effects of the alleged troubles in his personal life since the start of the tour. Each time he has featured he has looked to be enjoying his football and is clearly relishing […]

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Five things we learnt in Seattle

By Nathan Thomas. Seattle Sounders 0 Manchester United 7 Owen (15), Diouf (49), Rooney (51, 69, 72,) Park (71), Obertan (88) Centurylink Field, Seattle, 20/7/2011, 7pm KO (US Time) 1. The number one spot is still very much up for grabs. Despite twenty year old Spanish stopper David De Gea taking the number one shirt […]

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