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Archive for August, 2007

Pressure on United

With Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal all picking up three points this afternoon the pressure is really on United going into the clash with Tottenham Hostpur. Read more

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Man Utd v Tottenham Preview

Manchester United face Tottenham Hotspur this weekend in what has been a difficult start to the season for both sides. With United having won the title last season and making a string of signings in the summer, it wasn’t in the script that United would have only two points from their opening three games but that is the position the Champions currently find themselves in. Read more

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United fail to score in derby defeat

After two disappointing results United had to win this one, especially to deflate City’s overhyped start to the season. However, a combination of terrible bad luck and poor finishing meant it was the worst day of the season so far by a long way for the red half of
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Man City v Man Utd

United will be hoping to turn their fortunes around in the Sunday lunchtime kick off with Manchester City.

Cristiando Ronaldo will be missing, serving the first of his three match ban after his red card at Portsmouth. Wayne Rooney, Owen Hargreaves, Louis Saha, Anderson and Gary Neville will also sit out the Manchester Derby through injury.

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United slip up in the rain

A group of us met up at Waterloo to head down to Fratton Park, knowing that three points were crucial after the slip up against Reading. We arrived in the rain delighted to find that rumours of a new roof on the away end were true. The new cheap roof, with supporting pillars and obscured views, may have lacked any sort of engineering or architectural intelligence that 2007 should have, but did ensure that the atmosphere was electric. It seemed that anyone could get into the away end, ticket or not, and the stairwells and aisles were packed full of Reds who sang for ninety minutes. Read more

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