Tag Archives: Transfer News

Sporting Lisbon Fan Discusses Marcos Rojo

By Gonçalo Rojo initially struggled and had a tough start to life at Sporting. We all could see he was technically excellent (considering he is a central defender) and his physical attributes were very good (fast and strong, which is a promising mix), however his positioning was poor, and as a team we were a […]

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The Curious Case Of Nani

By David Gee (@DavidGee26) Luis Carlos Almeida da Cunha; if only his list of match winning performances was as long as his name. However, despite undoubted talent Nani (as he is more commonly known) has produced a Manchester United career to date lamentably characterised and beset by one thing: inconsistency. Having joined the club on […]

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Au Revra, Patrice

By David Gee (@DavidGee26) Outspoken, tenacious, passionate and proud; that’s Patrice Evra. On the 21st July 2014, United’s long-serving left-back agreed to join Juventus and will leave Manchester United after almost a decade of service. Despite agreeing an extension of a further year to his contract on the 23rd May 2014, the Frenchman heads to […]

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Shawly It’s Only The Beginning

By Matthew Jones WHAT’S that old saying about buses. You wait all year for one and then…ahh you get where I’m going with this. What a week it was for Manchester United. Just as the transfer rumour merry-go-round was about to go into meltdown, the nightmarish summer fever that we succumbed to in 2013 was […]

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The Baby Face From Bilbao

By David Gee (@DavidGee26) One of the most exciting World Cups in recent memory may be in full flow, but already thoughts are turning back to domestic competition. For many associated with Manchester United, the festival of football in Brazil is merely providing the opportunity to scout potential targets and perform an early assessment of […]

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2014 Summer Transfer Window

By Ashley Turner This summer’s transfer window is arguably the biggest in Manchester United’s recent history. With a host of stars set to leave, and a whole new team expected at Old Trafford, the wheeling’s and dealings of the next transfer market could make or break the fortunes of this great club for the next […]

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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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Juan Hell Of A Statement

By David Gee. (@DavidGee26) A strange atmosphere enveloped the United faithful following the club’s exit from the league cup in a farcical penalty shootout defeat to Sunderland. Despite the loss, which most would accept was probably deserved on the evidence of the two legs, a buoyant mood was growing fuelled by the tantalising prospect of […]

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Class With The Brass: An Ode To Ando

By David Gee. (@DavidGee26) Anderson Luís de Abreu Oliveira; thankfully just Anderson or ‘Ando’ to most. If recent reports are to be believed a United career characterised by fitness concerns and unfulfilled potential has seemingly come to an end. Even if the reports are premature, an appearance record which has moved from drastically diminishing towards […]

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January Expectations

By David Gee. (@DavidGee26) Wonderful things, words. They’re often considered the best form of communication, they’re unquestionably the most efficient, but words are imperfect, always have been, always will be. The arrival of January 2014 is significant in many ways, not least for the end of the festive period and the dawn of a new […]

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Another Fine Mess

By Lewis Mayer As was the case in 2008, United’s summer transfer business concluded last night with the solitary signing of a proven Premier League player. In 2008 it was Dimitar Berbatov who joined the ranks at Old Trafford after a long couple of months of Sir Alex Ferguson and David Gill battling to get […]

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Guillermo Varela signs for Manchester United

By Lee Savery. Uruguayan starlet Guillermo Varela is the first signing of the David Moyes era at Old Trafford. The twenty-year-old defender has signed from Uruguayan side Club Atlético Peñarol for an undisclosed fee. Despite being the first signing since Moyes was announced as Sir Alex Ferguson’s successor, the work for this deal has been […]

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