Tag Archives: Dimitar Berbatov

How will six fit into two?

By James Johnson It seems like a strange idea that the joint top scorer in the Premier League last season isn’t likely to be first choice for his club this season. However that is exactly what is on the cards for Dimitar Berbatov. Berbatov is one player who can seemingly split the opinions of Manchester […]

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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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Manchester United 2010-11 Season Review Part 2 (November – January)

By Mark Young. Read Manchester United 2010-11 Season Review here November (CL) Bursaspor 0-3 United (PL) United 2-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers (PL) Manchester City City 0-0 United (PL) Aston Villa 2-2 United (PL) United 2-0 Wigan Athletic (UCL) Glasgow Rangers 0-1 United (UCL) United 7-1 Blackburn Rovers (CC) West Ham United 4-0 United Man United were […]

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Manchester United 2010-11 Season Review Part 1 (August – October)

By Mark Young. Read Manchester United 2010-11 Season Review here It was a relatively quiet summer at Old Trafford in terms of incoming players. Unknown Javier Hernandez signed before the World Cup from Guadalajara for £6 million. He joined Chris Smalling from Fulham in Sir Alex Ferguson’s squad. There was to be one final signing […]

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Dimitar Berbatov – Critics Silenced?

Read SEA’s Special Champions League Preview (parts one and two of three) here. By Jack Rawlinson. So, the Premier League season has drawn to a close, with the Red Devils once again crowned champions of England; the number 19 isn’t lost on any United fans. While each and every man in the squad played his […]

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Berbatov v Cantona: cut the comparisons

By Mikey Mumford. When he swapped White Hart Lane for Old Trafford in September 2008, Dimitar Berbatov had already adapted to the rigours and demands of the Premier League. He helped Spurs to the Carling Cup, scooped the clubs player of the season award in 2006/07 and was voted in the PFA Premier League Team […]

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5 parts to dissect from Wembley’s derby day disaster

By Matt Dodd. 1) Oh Dimitar It was genuinely one of those ‘harder to miss than score’ chances. Berbatov had already missed a guilt-edged chance just 15 seconds before the horror miss. Carrick, Scholes and Park combined in a classy, one-touch, Barca-esque exchange, but the Bulgarian could do no more than hit it more-or-less straight […]

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PFA Awards Preview: Are the nominees worthy?

By Lee Savery The nominees for the two top player’s player awards in English football for 2011 have been officially announced. With the announcement of the winners coming up this weekend, do the players nominated deserve their place on the list? PFA Player of the Year: Charlie Adam (Blackpool FC) – The Blackpool captain has […]

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Player Ratings: Manchester United vs. Fulham

By James Johnson. Manchester United Kuszczak 6 – Coming off his comments in the morning papers you would have expected the Polish international to have been at his very best, however his handling and distribution were poor all game. Made one very good save from Gudjohnsen late on. O Shea 6 – Solid enough game […]

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Berbatov Struggles As Chicharito Shines

By Tom Biggs When Javier Hernandez arrived this summer, no-one could have expected him to become such an important player in what is shaping up to be one of the closest title races in Premier League history. His double against Marseille on Tuesday night ensured The Red Devils marched into the quarter finals of the […]

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