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Rooney Spares United’s Blushes

Rooney Spares United’s Blushes

Manchester United 1 Sheffield United 0 Wayne Rooney’s 93rd minute spot kick sent Manchester United into the draw for the FA Cup 4th round after another dismal display that had the fans voicing their dismay at the final whistle. United put their Premier League pursuit on the back burner to concentrate on the FA Cup as they welcomed Sheffield United to Old Trafford for the 3rd round. It has been too long since United lifted the oldest club cup competition when they defeated Millwall in 2004. Since then Arsenal has gone on to take over the record of most wins so a run to the final is long overdue for the Red Devils. Van Gaal and his players had spoken of their desire to win the cup in the build up to the clash so it was interesting to see […]

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Leicester City Has Confirmed The Signing Of Promising Young Winger Demarai Gray

Leicester City Has Confirmed The Signing Of Promising Young Winger Demarai Gray

Leicester City Has Confirmed The Signing Of Promising Young Winger Demarai Gray Leicester City has finally got their man and has managed to sign Demarai Grey from Birmingham City. The Foxes tried to sign the player during the summer transfer market but did not meet the buyout clause in his contract, so it fell through. This time, around though they increased their offer to meet the 3.7 million pounds needed to activate the clause. The England under twenty-one attacker is now part of the surprise team fighting for the Premier League title. Over the last couple of season, Gray has been an outstanding performer for Birmingham. He has helped add skill and pace to the attack, helping his team push for an automatic promotion place. The player is can play on either flank, but his preferred position is on the […]

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Has the FA Cup Runneth Dry?

Has the FA Cup Runneth Dry?

Has the FA Cup Runneth Dry? The FA Cup 3rd round begins this weekend and it’s a competition that evokes good memories for Manchester United fans even though they haven’t won it since 2004 it has always held a special place in the club’s illustrious history. On a personal note, the cup brings up a feeling of warmth from my younger days in a time when if United wasn’t involved in the final then you rooted for the underdog and sometimes they prevailed against all odds. In 1973, as a youngster I watched Sunderland defeat the mighty Leeds United, and yes, they were a big side then. There I was eating a meat pie stood outside Granada Rentals in Manchester watching the match through the shop window after I had been dragged out shopping by my mum and elated that […]

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