Tag Archives: David de Gea

5 Things We Learned: West Ham United 1-1 Manchester United

By Alan Brennan 1) Poor defensive organisation Coming into the game it was evident that one of the biggest threats West Ham posed was from set pieces, however we looked disorganised in our set up throughout and struggled to deal with the threat, conceding numerous chances. We have De Gea to thank that those chances […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 3-0 Liverpool

By David Gee (@DavidGee26) Few results give the United Faithful greater pleasure than a victory over Liverpool and on Sunday the Red half of Manchester enjoyed a welcome win against the Reds from Merseyside. As is becoming worryingly customary United began the game on the back foot through careless errors, but after Sterling was put […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 2-1 Stoke City

By Jason Freeman 1. Everywhere you go, always take De Gea with you! He was named as player of the season by the players and fans last season, pretty much by default, with no other contenders vying for the awards after a poor season for the club. De Gea is on course to pick up […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester City 1-0 Manchester United

By David Gee (@DavidGee26) What began with optimism crashed into disappointment as the blue half of Manchester celebrated another derby victory against the Reds. As is common with derbies, the final score-line perhaps doesn’t reflect the affair and it was far from a routine 1-0 win for the home side. Nevertheless, despite an admirable display […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 2-1 Everton

By Jason Freeman 1) De Gea – match winning goalkeeper The only regular starter to come out of last season with any credit, he saved us many times from drawing or losing. At the end of last season his efforts were recognised by both the players and the fans as he picked up both first […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 3-0 Olympiakos

By David Gee. (@DavidGee26) In a game that may unfortunately prove to be a season highlight, Moyes’ men overturned a two goal first leg deficit to dump the Greek champions out of Europe and progress to the quarter-final stage with a convincing-turned-nervy victory. A Van Persie hat trick, with two goals before half-time added to […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 0-1 Everton

By Matthew Jones 1. The #MoyesOut mob are morons THERE’S no point pretending that nothing’s wrong but let’s not go overboard. Manchester United rarely lose at home but already we’ve lost twice at home this season, as well as two draws, in seven outings at Old Trafford. Last night’s loss was already a fourth defeat […]

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

By Nathan Youd. 1. Nani frustrates once more Nani again frustrated the fans at Old Trafford today with a poor performance. The Portuguese winger always seems to do the hard work and get himself into good positions before failing miserably at providing a decent cross. The wide man frustrated so much today he even received […]

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5 Things We Learned: Sunderland 1-2 Manchester United

By Matthew Jones 1. Adnan Januzaj WOW! What a debut. Before the game the biggest debate was likely to have been ‘how the bloody hell do you pronounce his name?’. By the end the biggest debate was whether he could end up playing for England one day. Januzaj’s two goals were sublime. The volley, which […]

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5 Things We Learned: Liverpool 1-0 Manchester United

By Richard Evans 1. RVP left isolated Despite conceding inside four minutes United responded well and could easily have levelled had the ball fallen in just the right place. Van Persie hooked over from six yards and then just couldn’t quite connect as a low cross flashed in front of goal, evading his sweet left […]

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