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  1. Soccerlens Top 10 Transfers Of 2010

    Unsurprisingly, cash-gorged Manchester City have dominated the footballing transfer market in 2010, shunting a combined total of somewhere up around the €350 million mark in fees and transfers into the global market between January 1st and the present day as …


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  2. Month In Review: December 2010

    Usually the month of December offers up a congested fixture list for Manchester United, but that was not the case as two of the Reds’ games were postponed. Due to some skeptical playing surfaces away from Old Trafford, United only played four matches during the normal jam-packed, festive month, however, that did not stop the Reds from retaining the top spot in the Barclays Premier League and winning Group C in the UEFA Champions League.


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  3. Best of Soccerlens Shirts in 2010

    Soccerlens Shirts is the section of the blog where, as the name suggests, Soccerlens reveals, discusses, reviews football kits, shoes and other football related accessories. SL Shirts have provided you with some must-read features over the years covering signed products …


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  4. New Year, Same Problem For United

    Manchester United rang in their New Year with a win, but it was far from convincing, an it has unearthed some real concerns about the balance of their current squad. United could have very easily dropped even more points away from Old Trafford against West Bromwich Albion, but, thankfully, the Reds were able to fight tooth-and-nail to remain on top of the Barclays Premier League table for another week.


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  5. West Brom: Baggie Up All Three Points To Go

    Manchester United travels to The Hawthorns to play West Bromwich Albion in the Barclays Premier League, as they look to reverse their luck on the road in the Midlands. Disappointingly, United threw away another valuable two Premier League points conceding a late goal in their 1-1 draw with Birmingham City, so the Reds desperately need to reverse their terrible away form against a struggling West Brom team.


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  6. Club First, Everything Else Second

    At most other clubs, players are more focused on their individual honors rather than the club’s, but certainly does not hold true at Manchester United. Sir Alex Ferguson has squashed Nani’s aspirations of winning the Ballon d’Or anytime soon, by telling him to focus on winning team trophies at Old Trafford first.


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