Tag Archives: FC Schalke 04

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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Player Ratings: Manchester United vs. FC Schalke 04

By Mark Young. Manchester United 4 – 1 FC Schalke 04 The famous Man United are off to Wembley after a dominant performance from what was very close to a second string. Antonio Valencia put United ahead to settle some early nerves. A double from Anderson and a Darron Gibson strike settle the tie for [...]

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5 things we learned from our success over Schalke

By Matt Dodd. 1) Strength in depth It truly is quite something when a team is able to rest nine players for a Champions League semi-final second leg, and still stroll to an impressive victory. Virtually a second-string Manchester United side eased to a 4-1 win over Schalke, and did it in third gear at [...]

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Manchester United vs. FC Schalke 04: Match Preview

By Sleepy Schalke have an uphill task with their second-leg visit to Old Trafford on Wednesday evening, having lost the opening tie to a vibrant Manchester United side 0-2 in Gelsenkirchen. Rangnick has the tough task of motivating his players after a demoralizing week in which his side were also humiliated at the hands of [...]

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Player Ratings: FC Schalke 04 vs. Manchester United

By Mark Young. FC Schalke 04 0 – 2 Manchester United Two goals in three minutes from Ryan Giggs and Wayne Rooney have given Manchester United the advantage going into the second leg at Old Trafford next Wednesday. United have one foot in the Wembley final at the end of May but it could have [...]

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FC Schalke 04 vs. Manchester United: Match Preview

@TimHi joins Sleepy to preview the first leg of the Champions League semi final. Schalke: Schalke go into the Champion League’s semi-final match up against Manchester United on a wave of new optimism. The Gelsenkirchen outfit have dislodged Bayern Munich as the side on the front of weekly sport magazines as they’ve surpassed even their own [...]

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