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Archive for March, 2008

United 4 Villa 0

United are head and shoulders above the rest of the Premier League teams at the moment. This does not mean any trophies are in the bag, not by any means, but on a week by week basis the consistency of both success and style are awesome. This game against Villa epitomised the team’s determination, style and devastating impact which is coming into shape at just the right time of the season. Read more

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United 3 Liverpool 0

This fixture could sell out at any stadium in the world, at any time on any day. And with the added importance of the current league standings, there was an added spice to the clash of the two most successful teams in English history. It was a must win for both teams, with Liverpool chasing a place in next season’s Champions League and United hunting down back to back titles. Unfortunately for the bindippers this was to be our day. And a great one it was. Read more

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Derby 0 United 1

United fans arrived at Pride Park more worried about where there was to park than the score line, with everyone from media commentators to the most cynical of supporters taking for granted that this would be three points. But they were all only just right, as Derby played a blinder and held United off until the last fifteen minutes. Read more

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United 0 Portsmouth 1

United crashed out the FA Cup in rather strange circumstances on Saturday, leaving many Reds scratching their heads in disbelief. United did everything possible to try and win the game, heavily dominating possession and creating numerous chances, but could not find the back of the net as hard as they tried. The CarrickĀ chance scrambled off the line, the Evra shot against the bar and the saved Rooney one on one typified United’s day. Read more

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Fulham 0 United 3

Craven Cottage is an easy place to go; no intimidation, a small stadium, the sun always seems to be out when we play there and we get a big away allocation. Even the home fans are luke warm- many are just Londoners who feel like watching some Premier League football without any real allegiance orĀ tourists who pop along when they happen to be in London. There is even a neutral end which is unique in top flight football. But based on this display those tourists will have to find somewhere else to see Premier League football next season because Fulham look set to go down. Read more

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