Tag Archives: Wes Brown

Cheers for the memories Mr Versatility

By Lee Savery John O’Shea has followed Wes Brown in joining Sunderland for an undisclosed fee. He has signed a four year contract with the Tyne-Tees club and is their sixth summer signing. O’Shea was born in Waterford, Ireland on 30th April 1981. O’Shea was spotted by United scouts while playing for his home town […]

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Wes Brown joins Sunderland

by Lee Savery Sunderland have completed the signing of Wes Brown from Manchester United for an undisclosed fee. The defender has signed a four year contract and is Sunderland’s fifth summer signing. Wesley Michael Brown. Born in Longsight, Manchester on 13th October 1979. He dreamed of being a footballer. He dreamed of playing for Man […]

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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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Manchester United 2010-11 Season Review Part 3 (February – May)

By Mark Young. Read Manchester United 2010-11 Season Review here February (PL) United 3 – 1 Aston Villa (PL) Wolves 2 – 1 United (PL) United 2 – 1 Manchester City (FA) United 1 – 0 Crawley (CL) Marseille 0 -0 United (PL) Wigan Athletic 0 – 4 United February was an interesting month for […]

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The Right Back Spot Dilemma?

Regular readers of Stretford End Arising match previews will know the right back spot is often a cause for discussion. For years and years Gary Neville has owned the right back spot. In recent years however he has struggled with injuries allowing others an opportunity to stake a claim. Unfortunately his time as a Manchester […]

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Paper Talk: Big Bad Retires, Berbatov To Shine and Ozil…

Brown Retires From International Football ManUtd.com article: Wes explains England decision After being selected in Fabio Capello’s latest England squad Wes Brown has announced his International retirement. The announcement has come as a surprise, but his decision is understandable when you consider his injury record and his omission from the World Cup squad in favour […]

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Implications of Rio Ferdinand’s Injury?

By Ben Davies The Daily Mail Online has reported Rio Ferdinand will be out for four months after suffering knee-ligment damage following a challenge from Emile Heskey during England’s World Cup preparation. The future of Vidic has also been a constant talking point during the last 12 months with AC Milan and Real Madrid apparently […]

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