Tag Archives: Nani

5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 2-1 Liverpool

By Chris Mortlock 1. Ferguson got his tactics and team selection spot on Not for the first time this season, the boss got his tactics and team selection spot on. He always seems to get it right in the big games, doesn’t he? The back four pretty much picked itself. If fit, Jonny Evans would […]

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What Does The Future Hold For Luis Nani?

By Sean McCarron With January approaching, football fans across the whole of England will be wondering who their club will be buying or selling. Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson this week confirmed he will definitely not be adding to his squad this January. He did not mention about detracting from it though. United winger […]

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Match Report: Chelsea 5 – 4 Manchester United

By Lee Savery A nine goal thriller saw Chelsea just edge the Red Devils, after extra time, in an enthralling contest at Stamford Bridge. Manchester United made 10 changes from the side that beat Chelsea on Sunday and included youngsters Scott Wootton & Michael Keane at the heart of the defence. However, it was an […]

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International United

By Lee Savery A busy night of games with a number of our team playing for their countries as the race to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil continues. Starting with England, all four Manchester United players (Carrick, Cleverley, Rooney & Welbeck) called up started against the very poor San Marino. It had been confirmed, […]

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Five Things We Learned: Manchester United 2 Tottenham Hotspur 3

By Matthew Jones 1. Rooney is our true talisman Criticised very early into the season for apparently looking overweight and unfit, some ‘fans’ even ludicrously suggested he be sold, and then he was ruled out for a month with a badly gashed leg – but in 45 minutes of football yesterday evening, the Liverpudlian showed […]

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Match Report: Manchester United 2 Tottenham Hotspur 3

By Lee Savery A pulsating encounter at Old Trafford saw Manchester United crash to their first home defeat of the season with Tottenham Hotspur winning there for the first time since 1989. A first half where the home side took over 40 minutes to register a shot on goal, started superbly for Tottenham when Jan […]

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Patience Required With New Look United

By Jason Freeman. Since the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo in 2009, we have favoured a 4-4-2/4-4-1-1 system with functionality the main priority whereas between 2006 and 2009 a variety of formations were used and fluidity took priority. With the signings of Kagawa and van Persie a return to a more fluid style of play seems […]

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5 Things We Learned: Everton 1 Manchester United 0

By Thomas Doyle 1) Kagawa is a real find Despite the defeat to David Moyes’ impressive Everton side, Sir Alex Ferguson will take real optimism from Shinji Kagawa’s debut Premier League appearance. If the likes of Wayne Rooney, Tom Cleverley and Danny Welbeck were on top form, the 23-year-old could have had a hat-trick of assists, and he finished the […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 4 Everton 4

By Thomas Doyle 1. “Game on” Just two weeks ago, Manchester United were champions elect; eight points clear of a stuttering Manchester City side, the red half of the city was all but certain of title number 20. How different the run-in looks now. After a shock loss away to Wigan, Sir Alex Ferguson is […]

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Match Report: Manchester United 4 Everton 4

By Mark Young Manchester United 4 (Rooney 40,70, Welbeck 56, Nani 60) Everton 4 (Jelavic 33, 82, Fellaini 66, Pienaar 84) Sir Alex Ferguson has said that both Manchester United and Manchester City will drop points in the final games in the run in and said points are starting to drop as Everton came away […]

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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: Ajax 0 Manchester United 2

By Jason Freeman. 1) Europa League will be taken seriously Manchester United exited the Champions League back in December at the group stages, something that hadn’t happened since 2005. Due to this, we find ourselves in Amsterdam playing in the Europa League against Ajax. When we exited the Champions League, many fans including me immediately […]

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