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Fulham 2 United 0

This game was all about bouncing back from the awful result at Old Trafford last week. However, it was not to be and another loss means the title race hbas been blown back open again. The papers will cry United in crisis but we are still top and still favourites. What we can say though is that this was a huge blow. Read more

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Unied 1 Liverpool 4

This was supposed to be a great day and the one on which we pretty much sealed the title. However, as you all know, things did not go to plan and we ended up on the losing end of a 4-1 score line. What started so well ended up so badly but it is still in our hands to make up for it. Read more

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United 2 Inter 0

I hate games like this and don’t look forward to them at all. If we win it is expected- afterall Inter were pretty poor in the San Siro- and if we went out it would be a terrible evening. Confidence seemed to be high in the United squad and everyone was pointing the the 0-0 in the Nou Camp last season, but many of us also remembered the 0-0 draw in Monaco. Read more

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Fulham 0 United 4

For years United have had to put up with nonsense about ruining the FA Cup. Actually, we have won it more than any other team, scored the greatest goal in the greatest game and our support revels in the larger allocations. How anyone can accuse United of devaluing that trophy, despite not entering in 1999-2000, is beyond me. Yesterday at Fulham was a perfect example of United’s commitment- thumping another Premier League side away from home and keeping up the tempo for the whole 90 minutes despite having one eye on Wednesday night. Read more

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United 0 Spurs 0 (Utd win 4-1 on penalties)

I’d be lying if I said this result meant too much to me. Of course a trophy is a trophy and a day out at Wembley is always welcome, but can I honestly say I’ll be happy if the season ended with nothing else in the cabinet? This game was important for the kids, important for confidence, and will be more memorable if it is added to with bigger and better trophies in May. Read more

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