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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 1-1 Bayern Munich

By David Gee. (@DavidGee26) As is so often the case, a big European night at Old Trafford delivered. Drawing the reigning European champions was always going to be a difficult task for a United side struggling domestically, but the Reds held their own and put in a performance littered with the kind of passion, hunger [...]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 0-3 Liverpool

By Matthew Jones 1. Outfought, outthought, outclassed ANOTHER defeat at home. Another weak, toothless, unimaginative, abject performance from a team bereft of belief, confidence and unity. Another nail in David Moyes’ coffin? But this wasn’t any ordinary defeat that we’ve been accustomed to seeing this season. This wasn’t successive home defeats to Everton and Newcastle. [...]

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A ‘Vida’ Derci

By David Gee. (@DavidGee26) Nemanja Vidic arrived at Manchester United from Spartak Moscow in January 2006 in the same transfer window as a man he would go on to play the majority of his games in a red shirt alongside in Patrice Evra. Quite possibly one of the Red Devils’ greatest ever signings, the central [...]

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Case For The Defence

By Matthew Jones MIDFIELD is the stick most often used to beat Manchester United with, but it’s become clear this season that our troubles are not simply confined to the middle of the park. There are also big issues at the back. As revealed today, Nemanja Vidic will definitely be leaving Old Trafford this summer, [...]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 1-0 Real Sociedad

By Shane Connaughton. 1. Shinji Kagawa Shinji Kagawa’s performance really stood out and it was great to see him get the full 90 minutes. He started the game as he has done the others, playing wide but particularly in the second half he drifted in to those central positions that he craves, where he has [...]

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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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Seven Reasons To Be Optimistic About The Season Ahead

By Faiza Ladan The last week has been quite a frustrating one for Manchester United fans. Fresh off losing to our bitter rivals Liverpool, the club ended the transfer window with the signing of only one player in Marouane Fellaini. This was something of an anti-climax after being linked with marquee signings such as Cesc [...]

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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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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 1-2 Real Madrid

By Jason Freeman 1. Anger and Disappointment but also Pride It’d be hard to find a United fan who didn’t display all of these emotions on Tuesday night. We’ll never know how the game would have ended if the poor decision to send Nani off had not happened but it’s without a doubt that we [...]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 2-0 Everton

By Matthew Jones 1. Focus Ferguson has preached since the concession of the title to neighbours Manchester City last May that he would not allow his side to lose a league title in the same circumstances again. It’s easy to belittle them as just words, but there seems a steely determination permeating through this season’s [...]

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