Tag Archives: Chelsea

Post Chelsea 606 Moanathon

By Matthew Bird. I’ll preface this by saying that in 1991 I passed my referees exam with the Cheshire FA, I was 15 and I reffed initially in the Timperley Junior League, then progressed to the Altrincham Saturday and Sunday leagues, occasionally I would run the line in the Mid Cheshire Saturday league. I quit […]

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5 Things We Learned: Chelsea 2 – 3 Manchester United

By Matthew Jones 1. Time to party like it’s 1999 Sir Alex said once we acquired Robin van Persie in the summer that he had a talented corps of strikers, a group that reminded him (as it did some fans) of our treble winning season in ’99. I actually think it’s even better. Andy Cole, […]

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Match Report: Chelsea 2 – 3 Man United

By Lee Savery Manchester United finally ended their Stamford Bridge hoodoo as they claimed victory in a controversial encounter in the capital. United came to Stamford Bridge looking for their first win there since 2002 and they made the most blistering of starts in ending that record. After just three minutes, Ashley Young found some […]

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Match Preview: Chelsea vs. Manchester United

By Richard Evans Manchester United travel to Stamford Bridge on Sunday looking to close the gap at the top of the table to one point, as they face current league leaders and European Champions Chelsea. Roberto Di Matteo’s men lead United by four points after winning seven out of their first eight games, and the […]

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5 Things We Learned: Chelsea 3 Manchester United 3

By Richard Evans After a comfortable 2-0 win over Stoke in midweek, Manchester United travelled to Stamford Bridge, knowing neighbours City had stretched the gap at the top of the table to 3 points, meaning a draw at least was of utmost importance. In the back of their minds would also be the lack of […]

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Match Preview: Chelsea vs. Manchester United

By Daniel Feliciano. Introduction Manchester United travel to Stamford Bridge on Sunday looking to maintain their title challenge while knocking Chelsea out of the title race too. With United currently joint top of the league, they’ll be looking to at least stay level on points with Manchester City who host Fulham on Saturday evening. A […]

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Future Success: Manchester United’s Model vs. Manchester City’s Riches

By Matt Wrafter. Talk to any Arsenal fan and they will tell you that money is ruining football. They will tell you that Arsenal are doing things the right way, and all the big-spending clubs around Europe are not. They will tell you that if these clubs didn’t have the luxury of the millions being […]

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Five Things We Learnt From Man United’s Victory Over Chelsea

By Nathan Thomas. Well, not quite the blistering football we’ve been used to so far this season but considering the quality in Chelsea’s team I’d call that a brilliant result. In the end it was United’s superior finishing that won the day and we even managed to miss a couple of sitters, we can’t complain […]

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Manchester United vs. Chelsea | Match Preview

By Mark Young Introduction The second part of this weekend’s Super Sunday is at Old Trafford where Sir Alex Ferguson’s young guns take on a Chelsea side managed by the youngest boss in the league. Both sides are unbeaten in the Premier League this season. Manchester United have won all of their opening four fixtures […]

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Manchester United 2010-11 Season Review Part 3 (February – May)

By Mark Young. Read Manchester United 2010-11 Season Review here February (PL) United 3 – 1 Aston Villa (PL) Wolves 2 – 1 United (PL) United 2 – 1 Manchester City (FA) United 1 – 0 Crawley (CL) Marseille 0 -0 United (PL) Wigan Athletic 0 – 4 United February was an interesting month for […]

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