Man United

Do or Die for Moyes' Boys?

Tony Jimenez | Posted 18.03.2014 | UK Sport
Tony Jimenez

After watching his side systematically dismantled at home to Liverpool at the weekend, David Moyes must be wondering if his tenure at Old Trafford could be any worse. Unfortunately for him, come Thursday morning, it definitely could - and it likely will. As United lick their wounds following that 3-0 humiliation inflicted by their fierce rivals, their Champions League status also hangs finely in the balance.

Arrivederci, Nemanja

Nicolas Berg | Posted 06.03.2014 | UK Sport
Nicolas Berg

He came, he saw, he conquered: Nemanja Vidic is about to face the exit sign at Old Trafford and here's my take on the great Serbian rock, who could've been even greater, as he's currently preparing for a new chapter dressed in black and blue in Milano.

Why Manchester United's Poor Form Is Good for the Premier League

Dan Farr | Posted 20.04.2014 | UK Sport
Dan Farr

If you're not a United supporter, then it really is a blessing in disguise. United's previous dominance in the league has pretty much all but disappeared and the 'epic' draw against Fulham has seen them possibly losing out on a Champions League place and that all important top four finish.

Ashley Young Playing for His Manchester United Career

Dale O'Donnell | Posted 02.04.2014 | UK Sport
Dale O'Donnell

When Ashley Young starts a game or is introduced as a substitute the Twitterati has an ever growing tendency to complain. Is this attitude inflicted due to his inconsistency or has the England international become a scapegoat? Under David Moyes, Ashley Young is having one of his better seasons at Manchester United.

Keane v Vieira

Iddo Goldfarb | Posted 15.03.2014 | UK Sport
Iddo Goldfarb

Anyone catch that Keane v Vieira documentary the other week? If you've watched any football on ITV recently, you'll have seen national village idiot Adrian Chiles repeatedly flatulating over it like some sort of gammon whoopee cushion, each time turning to simper at sweet-tempered Roy with the distinct air of a man doing everything in his meagre powers to avoid having his intestines used to hoist the boom.

Sir Alex Into Fergie Time

Andrew B Neville | Posted 22.07.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Andrew B Neville

There are many great Britons who in the eyes of Winston Churchill, 'made the weather,' on route to their success. There is only one great Briton though who has been able to make time, specifically 'Fergie time'.

'You Can't be Embarrassed When You Play 100%'

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 05.12.2012 | UK Sport

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has insisted that he is not embarrassed by his team's European exit, reports the BBC. City were beaten 1-0 ...

Bebe's United Career Has Become Nothing More Than Sad

Doron Salomon | Posted 22.01.2013 | UK Sport
Doron Salomon

Bebe never should have found himself at Man United, maybe not even a Premier League team let alone one of the world's biggest and best sides. You

Man Utd Player Charged With Drink Driving

PA | Posted 14.10.2012 | UK Sport

Manchester United midfielder Ryan Tunnicliffe, has been charged with drink driving, police said today. Tunnicliffe, 19, of Clemshaw Close, Heywood,...

Rio Ferdinand and the Concept of 'Age'

Doron Salomon | Posted 05.12.2012 | UK Sport
Doron Salomon

Ferdinand's fragile body is susceptible to injury and for that reason he almost certainly won't last as long as Giggs, Scholes or any of the age-defying centre backs of the last 10 years. But when fit, he remains a valuable asset for United.

Who Should Replace Sir Alex?

Tom Cook | Posted 24.11.2012 | UK Sport
Tom Cook

When the most successful British manager of all time eventually retires (or passes on, having endured yet another Nani dribble down a blind alley), who should he hand over his hairdryer and rock-hard lump of wrigleys to? I run down some candidates.

Ryan Giggs -The End Can't Be Far Off

Doron Salomon | Posted 13.11.2012 | UK Sport
Doron Salomon

Arguably, the biggest challenge that faces a footballer is knowing when to stop. In some cases, the decision is made for them but it's more common for the player to make that call.

Champions League Draw: Who Will Face The Toughest Test Of All?

PA | Posted 30.08.2012 | UK Sport

Manchester City will face Real Madrid for the first time in a competitive match after being drawn against Jose Mourinho's side in the Champions League...

Bitesize Reviews of 15 Players Over 365 Days

Doron Salomon | Posted 06.08.2012 | UK Sport
Doron Salomon

"Just enjoy watching them, most won't be here in a few years" - words said by Ian, a long-time United Reserves/Academy watcher, to me. The FA Youth Cup winning 2010/11 team got people excited not just because they won the competition but because they were, by some distance, the best young side in the country.

Why Hodgson Should Have Fought Harder for Carrick

Doron Salomon | Posted 25.07.2012 | UK Sport
Doron Salomon

For nearly a year I've been harangued on Twitter by an account dedicated to attempting to point out and prove that Carrick is sh*t. It's been an amusing journey and experience, for I think, and always have thought, that Carrick is a very reliable and good footballer. Needless to say, that a year after its creation the account has a very low follower count.

United's Kids Only Know How to Win

Doron Salomon | Posted 10.07.2012 | UK Sport
Doron Salomon

It's all too easy for a football fan to be dismissive of their club's Reserves team - after all, the perception that fans have today about young players is something along the lines of 'if they're 18/19 and not in the first team then they can't be any good'.

Michael Owen Should Get a New Deal - Now Shoot Me

Doron Salomon | Posted 24.06.2012 | UK Sport
Doron Salomon

No transfer has ever had more of the Glazers about it than Owen to United (unless you know of and believe the intricacies and reasoning behind the Bebe deal). It seems absurd that I'm even contemplating this but signing Owen on for another year may well be important for the club's future strikers and seems likely to happen.

The Need to Unleash and Appreciate Rooney

Doron Salomon | Posted 13.06.2012 | UK Sport
Doron Salomon

The assumption with Rooney is that he has to do something special to remind people of his talent - the overhead kick against City or a hat-trick at Bolton for example. Has he truly fulfilled the potential he once showed? Potentially, but not necessarily in the way people expected.

Are Man United Finally Set for a Midfield Star Signing?

Doron Salomon | Posted 27.05.2012 | UK Sport
Doron Salomon

United, for all their criticism, have a rather complete and strong squad. So much so, that if every team in the league had to field a fully changed, 'second XI', United's would almost certainly represent the strongest (I'm sure City fans would debate that).

United Go Three Points Clear

AOL | Posted 26.05.2012 | UK Sport

Manchester United scrambled to victory against Fulham at Old Trafford to open up a three-point lead at the top of the Barclays Premier League. Wayn...