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  1. Are Changes Ever Going To Be Made?

    Manchester United was left scratching their head as to how the referee, Lee Mason, was able to award Lee Bowyer’s equalizing goal in their 1-1 draw against Birmingham City. There were at least three infractions on that particular play that could have been called to award United a free-kick, which would have rule out the Blues’ goal, but, instead, the referee gave it, and the Reds dropped two more crucial away points on the season.


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  2. Soccerlens Top 10 Fighting Footballers

    There’s a particular line of thinking which suggests that ‘everybody likes a dust-up’ once in a while, no more so than this decuplet of scrappers, snarlers, biters, scratchers and degenerate ne’er-do-wells. Soccerlens presents: The top 10 fighting footballers (in no …


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  3. Ben's Biggest Blunder Is His Bitterness

    Former Manchester United goalkeeper, Ben Foster, has immaturely grabbed all of the headlines before the match with his new club, Birmingham City, because he sounded off with unqualified bitterness. Foster has insisted that he has absolutely no regrets over swapping the Theatre of Dreams for St. Andrew’s this summer, but some of his comments clearly show his resentment about how his brief United career unfolded.


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  4. Birmingham Preview: No Time To Breathe

    With just two days rest, Manchester United travel to St. Andrew’s to take on Birmingham City in another festive period encounter in the Barclays Premier League. United triumphed to a 2-0 win over Sunderland at Old Trafford, but Birmingham’s match against Everton was postponed due to frozen pipes at Goodison Park, so the hosts should be well-rested.


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  5. United 2 Sunderland 0: Reds Smack Mackems

    In their first match in nearly two weeks, Manchester United earned a well-deserved 2-0 win over Sunderland at Old Trafford in the Barclays Premier League. Dimitar Berbatov proved to Sir Alex Ferguson that he must be in contention for all future matches as the Bulgarian forward scored two goals – one albeit a massive deflection – to earn all three points for United.


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  6. Best of Soccerlens in 2010

    2010 brought a lot of ups and downs for a football fan with Spain seeing World Cup glory, Wayne Rooney going from a special bloke from the streets to a normal bloke from the streets who wants sex and more …


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