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Four Ways Manchester United Will Be Different Under Louis van Gaal in 2014/15

Jamie Spencer | Posted 30.07.2014 | UK Sport
Jamie Spencer

Louis van Gaal is regularly lauded as one of the great coaches of his generation and has won seven league titles with four different clubs across three countries. As such, Manchester United fans will understandably be hoping that his arrival at Old Trafford after the World Cup will signal a huge upturn in their club's fortunes after a dismal 10 months with David Moyes at the helm.

Why Arsenal's Victory Over Hull in the FA Cup Final Proves Nothing

Dan Farr | Posted 20.07.2014 | UK Sport
Dan Farr

It's true that hasty decisions and unreasonable sackings are ruining football, but surely Wenger's time was up a long time ago and winning the FA Cup final against Hull proves nothing about Wenger's suitability as Arsenal manager.

Five Reasons why Giggs Should Be Omitted

Nicolas Berg | Posted 01.07.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Nicolas Berg

Many fans have voiced their positive opinion on Ryan Giggs to be the next permanent manager of Manchester United, but despite the romatic setting, United have to go for someone else. Here are five reasons why United's number 11 is not the right choice at this point.

It's David Moyes: The Movie

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 24.04.2014 | UK Comedy

SEE ALSO: Man Is Sacked From Job David Moyes At The Movies (Created for HuffPost UK Comedy by Tahira Mirza, David Schneider and David Bere...

BREAKING NEWS: Man Is Sacked

The Huffington Post UK | Andrea Mann | Posted 22.04.2014 | UK Comedy

A man has lost his job because he wasn't very good at it. Someone is now expected to take over from him. The man will get another job after a su...

Man United Fan: Better The Devil You Know

Sammy Sultan | Posted 07.06.2014 | UK Sport
Sammy Sultan

As a Man United fan, the end to this inexorable Premier League season is as excruciating as root canal surgery. In many ways I'd prefer to be on a dentist's chair, mouth gaping.

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.

Local Derbies: Bigger Than Winning Trophies?

Jamie Barwick | Posted 29.12.2013 | UK Sport
Jamie Barwick

I'm not saying derby day victories are necessarily bigger than winning trophies, of course they aren't, but when clubs are unlikely to lift said trophies, then the derby triumph is the next best thing.

I Heard a Racist at The Football

Sammy Sultan | Posted 29.11.2013 | UK Sport
Sammy Sultan

Saturday, 3.30 pm, Old Trafford. My team, the great Manchester United is labouring against the ostensibly average West Bromwich Albion. The home fans are becoming unsettled, and rightly so: I've seen better performances in the park on a Sunday afternoon. And then it happened...

Sir Alex Ferguson's Five Biggest Mistakes

Matt Clough | Posted 11.08.2013 | UK Sport
Matt Clough

With the dust only just settling on the most illustrious managerial career in football, it's been hard to find a bad word written about Sir Alex Ferguson. However, now he's officially retired, the time has come to examine some of his lesser moments.

Celebrating Alex Ferguson: Is It Championing Success Over Decency?

Michael MacLennan | Posted 14.07.2013 | UK Sport
Michael MacLennan

If this was a political leader being talked about then the current appraisal of Sir Alex's achievements would be nothing less than a whitewash, with dissenters seemingly shoved off to the side of any major media outlets.

Decisions of Mass Delusion

Rohan Banerjee | Posted 14.05.2013 | UK Sport
Rohan Banerjee

Roberto Mancini's sacking, is one of the most absurd I've seen in a long time. Ok, so he had money, but that doesn't airbrush over the enormity of his achievements. Before Mancini, City had not won a major trophy in 35 years. By the end of his third season, they had won three.

How the Premier League Works: Or, Why West Ham May Rue Man Utd's Flappy Keeper

Terry Land | Posted 19.06.2013 | UK Sport
Terry Land

It is quite likely over the rest of the season the inability of Manchester United's keeper to deal with corners and the attendant publicity will lead to free-kicks, yellow cards and possibly worse going against West Ham by referees routinely cowed by the bigger clubs.

We Hate Nottingham Forest, We Hate Liverpool Too

Rob Atkinson | Posted 08.03.2013 | UK Sport
Rob Atkinson

Football is tribal, football is cathartic, football is where you get to let off some steam after gritting your teeth all week. And, for all of that, you need someone to hate.

'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 ...

Premiere League Round-Up (PICTURES)

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 02.12.2012 | UK Sport

West Ham 3 - 1 Chelsea Rafael Benitez's start as Chelsea manager took a disastrous turn as West Ham staged a second-half comeback with goals from C...

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

How Man Utd Made Another Dramatic Comeback..

aol | Posted 11.11.2012 | UK Sport

A review of Saturday's action in the Barclays Premier League, including Manchester United's 3-2 victory at Aston Villa....

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.

What Are the Motivations of Top Level Footballers?

William Barns-Graham | Posted 16.10.2012 | UK Sport
William Barns-Graham

Amid Robin van Persie's transfer from Arsenal to Man Utd and Luka Modric's imminent move away from Spurs to Real Madrid, questions are again to be raised over what exactly motivates footballers and the choices they make.

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.

Owen To Leave Man Utd

The Huffington Post UK | Charlie Lindlar | Posted 17.05.2012 | UK Sport

Manchester United striker Michael Owen has revealed he will be leaving the club this summer after he was not offered a new contract. On his Twitter...

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'.

Spurs Suffer From a Case of the Hard-Done-by Blues

Andrew Gold | Posted 30.06.2012 | UK Sport
Andrew Gold

As Martin Atkinson inexplicably gifted Chelsea a second goal in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley, the ensuing thrashing was as inevitable as the galvanized clamour for goal-line technology that would follow.

The Teams who Lose on Purpose

Andrew Gold | Posted 26.06.2012 | UK Sport
Andrew Gold

The phenomenon of fans willing their team to lose habitually rears its ugly head at the business end of the season. In the English Premier League, more often than not, it involves Manchester United. Spurs fans may have offered a helping hand in 1999 but United were exposed to the trick's drawbacks over a decade later.