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Detailed coverage of Manchester United football club and its players, including match reports, transfers, transfer rumours, kits and general football news.

  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. Ben's Biggest Blunder

    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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  3. 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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  4. Ferguson Proves That He Still Has It

    Sir Alex Ferguson finally gave in to give a press conference ahead of Manchester United’s match with Sunderland at Old Trafford, but some journalists wish that he was still protesting. The reporters who were in attendance at Carrington witnessed first-hand that the United manager is still very willing and able to unleash one his famous hairdryer lectures as he directed his disappointment towards all of them.


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  5. Sunderland Preview: Payback The Black Cats

    After playing only one match for the best part of the last month, Manchester United will hopefully be able to proceed with their Barclays Premier League season as they match up against Sunderland on Boxing Day at Old Trafford. Due to the adverse weather conditions in England, and some very poor sportsmanship by Chelsea, United has only had the chance to play Arsenal, which, despite the scoreline, they won quite decisively, since their 7-1 annihilation of the Blackburn Rovers on November 27.


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  6. My First Live United Game

    TheRepublikofMancunia.com asked me to write up a description of my first live Manchester United match for his new project, My First United Game. Being from America, it was always going to be a big ask to get the money together for a trip to see Manchester United, but, finally after I landed first full-time job, I was able to realize that dream in December 2003.


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  7. The Secret To Nani's Success

    Nani has lifted the lid on what Sir Alex Ferguson told him to help transform him into the most feared winger in the Barclays Premier League, but it’s not what you think. Up until the middle of last season, the Manchester United winger was, and quite literally, waiting on the wings for his chance, but there was simple reason why – he needed to learn how to defend better.


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