Tag Archives: Ji Sung Park

Unsung Hero Departs With A Place In United Hearts

By Thomas Doyle “Park, Park, wherever you may be,”… no longer at Old Trafford is now the answer to the Manchester United faithful’s playful take on the cherished Park Ji Sung, who has moved to Queens Park Rangers in a deal worth £5million. Although United fans will be unanimous in their sadness at Park’s departure, in reality [...]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 1 Ajax 2

By Jason Freeman. 1) Complacency is still a major issue Earlier in the season we were knocked out of the Champions League having been given a relatively easy group and were firm favourites to win the group after coming runners up in last year’s Champions League. However, 3rd was the best we could do in [...]

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5 Things We Learned: Liverpool 2 Manchester United 1

By Thomas Doyle. 1. Rafael stated his credentials for a run at right-back While he may have picked up his customary yellow card in the tie against Liverpool, Rafael performed admirably throughout, capping off a fine performance with a great assist for Park Ji Sung. The young Brazilian has (like his twin Fabio) struggled with [...]

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Manchester United 1 Sunderland 0: 5 Things We Learnt

By Nathan Thomas. 1. Midfield craving creative spark This, I’m sure you’ll agree with me is the most evident thing that we learnt from the match on Saturday, although many would argue we have known this for a long time. Beating Sunderland via an own goal from one of our greatest servants is nothing to [...]

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5 Things We Learnt From United’s Fantastic Victory Over Arsenal

By Nathan Thomas. 1. Manchester United the team to beat once again. If someone would have told me that by 6pm on Sunday United would be top of the league after Manchester City demolished Spurs 5-1 at White Hart Lane I would have been somewhat sceptical. The performance that I and thousands of other United [...]

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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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US Tour 2011: Seattle Sounders 0 Manchester United 7

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) United continued where they had left off against the New England Revolution and brought their ruthless streak with them to Seattle cruising to 7-0 win over [...]

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US Tour 2011: New England Revolution 1 Manchester United 4

By Nathan Thomas. Gillette Stadium, Boston, 13/07/2011 (US Time), Att. 51,523 Manchester United got their 2011/12 pre-season campaign off to the best possible start with a tough, but in the end comprehensive win of the New England Revolution. Second half substitute Michael Owen began the scoring just after the break and that was swiftly followed [...]

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Why Young is a good move for United

By James Johnson. With the rumours surrounding Ashley Young’s possible move to Manchester United, it seems as good a time as any to discuss the benefits of the potential transfer. With only a year left on his contract at Aston Villa it’s believed that any transfer fee would be around the 10-12m mark, which fits well into [...]

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