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  1. FIFA’s World Cup Sell-Out: The 2018 Aftermath

    The fall-out from FIFA’s utterly predictable decision to chase the World Cup Gaz-ruble/Petro-dollar has begun in earnest this morning, with the English media’s reaction swathed in varying hues of frothing umbrage; be it with a flurry of archetypal thinly-veiled racism, …


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  2. One United USA: We Are United In The States

    Back in the 1970s, a life-long Red transplanted to New York from England, and nearly 20 years after landing in America, he finally took the onus to establish the Manchester United Supporters Club USA (MUSCUSA). With no professional league in the United States since 1984, America was starving for some sort of connection to football, so Peter Holland took the initiative to complete all of the necessary groundwork to establish this as the official branch in 1991, and it has been growing the Manchester United fan-base here ever since.


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  3. Blackpool Preview: Don't Get Seasick

    Manchester United takes the short trek north to Bloomfield Road where they will to take on Barclays Premier League newcomers, Blackpool, in what should be another feisty Lancashire encounter. In their last Premier League outings, United scored an impressive 7-1 over another North West foe, Blackburn, while Blackpool disappointingly allowed two late goals in their two-all draw with then fourth-placed Bolton Wanderers.


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  4. Vote on the 2010 Soccerlens Awards

    After three weeks of sifting through hundreds (and thousands) of nominations for the 2010 Soccerlens Awards, we’re proud to announce that the shortlists have been decided and the Awards are now ready for your votes. You can head over to …


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