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  1. The Context Of Heroism

    The quite fortunate Chilean miners, who were rescued by some equally courageous, unselfish individuals, will be the guests of honor at Old Trafford for Manchester United’s match with Arsenal. Coupled with their anticipated visit, a discussion point was mentioned that athletes are wrongfully labelled as being a hero, because their profession not seen as deserving enough to justify the use of that particular word.


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  2. Patrice Evra Mocks Arsenal’s Title Ambitions

    Relations between Manchester United and Arsenal have thawed, with the two clubs’ long-standing managers forging a deep-seated (but rarely aired) admiration for one another over the years which, in turn, has undoubtedly thawed the abject mutual loathing that the pair …


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  3. Should We Can The Banter?

    With the North-South Derby not kicking-off until Monday, the press has prodded at anything they could to stoke up the fire between the Manchester United and Arsenal supporters. Whether it has been Sir Alex Ferguson urging the United supporters to stop chanting the Arsene Wenger song again, or the comments made by Patrice Evra, the media is doing a fine job in their valiant attempt of giving the North-South Derby more of a cutting edge.


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  4. Arsenal Preview: Gunner Them Down Again

    Manchester United takes on Barclays Premier League leaders’ Arsenal, and it should be another classic North-South Derby at Old Trafford. United trail the Gunners by a single point in the standings, but that is because the Reds have a match-in-hand, and even though titles are not won in December, this game could hold significant meaning in May.


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  5. The Potential Six In The Round of 16

    At the conclusion of the UEFA Champions League Group stage, Manchester United has learned that they have the potential of facing six clubs from three different countries in the Round of 16. The probable teams that United could drawn against on December 17 are Copenhagen from Denmark; AC Milan, AS Roma and Inter Milan from Italy; or Lyon and Marseille from France.


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