Tag Archives: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 2-0 Cardiff City

By Piers Barber 1. Mata has given the entire club a much needed lift The signing of Juan Mata has made it a giddy few days for Manchester United fans. An inconceivable signing this time last year, Mata has proved the most potent of tonics for both players and fanbase since the weekend. The former [...]

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Four Reasons To Look Forward To Cardiff At Home

By Piers Barber Manchester United are in the midst of their most depressing run of form for years, but Tuesday’s Cardiff game may well turn out to be one of the most joyous Old Trafford occasions of the season so far. Here are four reasons why: 1. The return of the baby-faced assassin A whole [...]

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Legend Of Solskjaer Continues To Grow As Former Favourite Embraces Management

By Piers Barber In 2012, backdropped by snowy mountains in the Norwegian city of Molde, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer responded to a winning goal by launching onto his knees, fists clenched, suit trousers ruined, smile beaming into the night. For any watching Manchester United fans, it was a heart-warming sight. It is, after all, less than [...]

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Has Fergie got the formula of ‘99 right again?

By Matthew Jones MOST of the talk so far this season has been about our pretty porous defence and how we can’t start games properly. But honestly, with our most potent strike force since the treble winning season of 1999 at Sir Alex Ferguson’s disposal, should we care? Manchester United are the kings of the [...]

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