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United fan. Success levelled out by being Welsh.

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Back on their perch.

Posted on April 20, 2014 at 11:30 0 Comments

Some of us have been fortunate enough to go and watch the team we support play football. Some can only dream of it, while following games unfold on television, radio, or live text updates.

None of us expect to die in the pursuit of the unique feeling of seeing your team win a match.

As a lifelong Manchester United fan, I don't particularly like Liverpool Football Club. And it's fair to say that, at times, I feel pure hatred for them.

But on these days, when the…

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The media's obsession with Fergie lives on

Posted on January 9, 2014 at 10:04 0 Comments

It’s amazing how much a pensioner sitting in Row Z is becoming a potential reason why David Moyes is floundering in his first few months at Manchester United.

The British press, egos still wounded by being treated for years with unheard of irreverence, are going after the man who now has no means of rebuttal, laying blame at his door for the demise of the club he led peerlessly for over 20 years.

There are two main accusations that are getting more and more column inches.…

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Ferguson.

Posted on May 8, 2013 at 20:00 0 Comments

I was recently reading a copy of FourFourTwo magazine. There was a feature article on car pooling in the lower divisions of the football league. A nice piece about instances where players travel from different parts of the country to training and cut the cost, and their carbon footprint, by sharing a lift. One of the players featured was Febian Brandy.



Brandy is one of those players Football Manager enthusiasts always remember. A name that pops up on Soccer Saturday now and then and… Continue

Save The Volley. Don't Let Lazy Analysis Win.

Posted on April 7, 2013 at 17:45 0 Comments

On a Sunday afternoon in 1994, Mark Hughes provided one of my earliest football memories. After 90 minutes at 0-0, Manchester United’s FA Cup semi-final against Oldham went into extra time. Early in the second period, Neil Pointon capitalised on a rare Peter Schmeichel error to put Oldham 1-0 up. All looked lost. United had huffed and puffed but had been unable to break Oldham down or get anything passed Jon Hallworth, keeping goal valiantly for the Latics. Without the suspended Cantona,…

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