Manchester United and Arsenal Play out a Borefest in Wenger's Finale

Manchester United and Arsenal Play out a Borefest in Wenger's Finale

Lacking in intensity and urgency, the final game between Manchester United and Arsene Wenger's Arsenal was everything the fixture had been reduced to in the last decade.  As Arsene Wenger was welcomed with a standing ovation and a short commemoration ceremony that involved former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson and the incumbent manager Jose Mourinho (slightly reluctantly, if I may) congratulating the Frenchman on a fine career, there was a sharp indication as to how little the game that …
The Jesse Lingard Hyperbole

The Jesse Lingard Hyperbole

Part of what makes football such an emotional and exhausting sport is opinions. Every fan has loads to say after a result, be it good or bad - some do it via the medium of Twitter or YouTube while a few privileged others get paid to do it in suits on national television. Like every group of supporters, the Manchester United fan-base is a cesspool of opinions that most often come across as very divisive and conflicting - particularly about some of the …
Manchester DisUnited? Mourinho's Moods Baffle Fans

Manchester DisUnited? Mourinho's Moods Baffle Fans

Supreme Confidence. Winner. Darling of the Media. No, we’re not talking about Jurgen Klopp, but Jose Mourinho of the past. Jose was a real winner. He exuded the swagger of a man who truly enjoyed what he did, believed in what he did… one who never doubted himself, who would nonchalantly throw his Champions League winners' medals into the crowd minutes after receiving it, then disappeared into the darkness of the tunnel, many times off to a new challenge. Nowadays, …
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Keegan: "I Will Love It" - 20 Years On

It remains one of the most iconic interviews in Premier League history, Kevin Keegan’s emotional outburst live on Sky Sports. The phrase “I will love it” particularly resonated and Keegan became synonymous with it; so much so, that an astonishing 20 years on, it’s still talked about. The backdrop to Keegan’s interview on 29th April was as captivating as his impassioned speech. Newcastle had been dubbed ‘the entertainers’, with their swashbuckling attacking style of play and care-free approach. Now, they’d be …
Alex Ferguson Predicts The Premier League Winners

Alex Ferguson Predicts The Premier League Winners

We live in a dynamic world where every single detail may change within a second. Those of us who are more adventurous like to make their predictions about what is going to happen next. Sports betting is one of the best places for such people. Football, basketball, hockey, car races, horse racing – the possibilities are limitless. All you need to do is to make your bet and wait for the results. However, sports betting is not the only option. …
Manchester United: Apportioning the Blame

Manchester United: Apportioning the Blame

The blame game can be a self-defeating process. Manchester United fans and quite possibly many individuals employed by the club are currently within the midst of the blame game. Louis van Gaal is the man to blame it seems. Louis van Gaal it appears is responsible for the regression of Manchester United. The many stats on offer point to a manager who has done no better than his much maligned predecessor, David Moyes. The stats added to the vast outlay …
Guilty Pleasure of a Liverpool Fan – Alex Ferguson

Guilty Pleasure of a Liverpool Fan – Alex Ferguson

Liverpool host Manchester United on Sunday and it’s only fitting I try to write a few kind words about Fergie. Two years ago this would have been an impossible task, but his retirement has made this task simpler. Whilst I’m aware that these guilty pleasure series articles cover players - and I’ve read a few of them from Liverpool fans waxing lyrical about the likes of Keane, Van Nistelrooy and Berbatov. Those rival players deserved the praise they received and …
What Cech's move could mean for Arsenal

What Cech's move could mean for Arsenal

With Petr Cech's move to Arsenal being finalized, Arsenal can hope benefit greatly from the world-class goal keeper. After spending years with mediocre quality keepers, it is indeed a move that will transform the Gunners as far as the goalkeeping is concerned. It will also instill a sense of confidence among the players, as they'll know that they have a solid goalkeeper to rely on. Arsenal have faced issues with their goalkeeping for a long time now. After David Seaman, …
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