Tag Archives: Paul Scholes

5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 1 Fulham 0

By Tony Mogan. Courtesy of a wonder strike from Peter Crouch, Manchester United had the opportunity to restore a 3 point lead at the summit of the Premier League as they took on Fulham at Old Trafford last Monday night. Wayne Rooney sealed the three points with a decisive finish in the first half following […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 2 Liverpool 1

By Jason Freeman. After the fantastic comeback against Chelsea last week in the 3-3 draw there was a sense of delight and disappointment amongst fans with many having a feeling that we should have won the game but delighted that after being 3-0 down away to Chelsea, we managed to draw the game 3-3. Saturday […]

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5 Things We Learned: Chelsea 3 Manchester United 3

By Richard Evans After a comfortable 2-0 win over Stoke in midweek, Manchester United travelled to Stamford Bridge, knowing neighbours City had stretched the gap at the top of the table to 3 points, meaning a draw at least was of utmost importance. In the back of their minds would also be the lack of […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 2 Stoke City 0

By Tony Mogan. After the frustration of going out of the FA Cup following defeat at Liverpool over the weekend, it was time for Manchester United to refocus and re-establish January’s winning run. Thankfully it was business as usual in the Premier League as Sir Alex’s still-injury stricken side eased past an unambitious Stoke City […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 3 Bolton Wanderers 0

By Thomas Doyle. 1. The legs may go but the class doesn’t As Thierry Henry displayed so thrillingly in the FA Cup against Leeds United last week, while the pace and strength of a top class player may go, he always retains the brains. And so another returning legend reinforced this point at Old Trafford […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester City 2-3 Manchester United

By Tony Mogan. Manchester United entered Sunday’s titanic third round FA Cup battle with their noisy neighbours on the back of a truly miserable week. A humiliating loss at home to rock bottom Blackburn Rovers followed by dismal 3-0 thrashing at the hands of Newcastle United, where the Reds looked as second best as humanly […]

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Photos: Paul Scholes Testimonial

A selection of photographs from Paul Scholes’ testimonial. To see more photographs click here. To see more photographs click here. —————————————– Register with the Stretford End Arising forum.

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The Not-So-Maybe Transfer Saga of Wesley Sneijder

By Lee Savery. Every summer, Manchester United are linked with every “top” player in the world. Every summer, there is always at least one particular name that dominates the rumour mills and back pages for the whole duration of the transfer window. For this particular it has been all about or all not about, Inter […]

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Change is coming to United

The general consensus appears to be that Manchester United is a creative midfielder away from the perfect transfer window quartet, according to the British media at least. All and sundry were expecting changes this summer and it appears that Sir Alex Ferguson has concurred with their view. The Manchester outfit have acquired three fresh faces […]

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The midfield French connection

By Matt Dodd Although Manchester United have virtually sealed the signings of goalkeeper David De Gea, defender Phil Jones and striker Ashley Young, the chequebook could come in handy once again as United hunt for a inventive midfielder to fill the vacancy which Paul Scholes has left behind. The announcement of the ginger legend’s retirement […]

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Talking United with: Dave Hemingway

By Tom Bell What you may know about Dave Hemingway is his successful musical career, starting with the Housemartins with popular songs “Caravan of Love” and “Five get over excited” but to name a few, to fronting Hull-based band The Beautiful South, with an entire catalogue of hits, such as “Rotterdam”, “Perfect 10”, “Good as […]

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5 parts to dissect from Wembley’s derby day disaster

By Matt Dodd. 1) Oh Dimitar It was genuinely one of those ‘harder to miss than score’ chances. Berbatov had already missed a guilt-edged chance just 15 seconds before the horror miss. Carrick, Scholes and Park combined in a classy, one-touch, Barca-esque exchange, but the Bulgarian could do no more than hit it more-or-less straight […]

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