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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. The Cup Disruption

    Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed that Manchester United will be without Ji-Sung Park for at least seven games due to his involvement in the 2011 AFC Asian Cup, which offers up yet another tasty “club vs. country” argument. Park, who scored the lone goal in United’s latest triumph over Arsenal, is clearly in the best form during his six-year United stay, so it will obviously be a huge loss for Ferguson to be without him during their grueling schedule in January.

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  2. The Un-Sung Heroes

    Like he has done throughout his six-year career at Old Trafford, Ji-Sung Park turned in another match-deciding performance against Arsenal as Manchester United outclassed them again. It is quite amazing that the South Korean’s constant energetic contribution is either greatly under appreciated, or even devalued by some biased critics.

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  3. Business Tycoon Or Little Tyke?

    In as many Mondays, a second Barclays Premier League manager has learned their fate by being forced out of their post, which should be a real worrying concern for everyone involved in English football. Sam Allardyce, who has been, without question, a very admirable ally for Sir Alex Ferguson and Manchester United over the last couple of seasons, has either left, or has been fired from Blackburn Rovers, weeks after the Lancashire club was purchased by The Venky’s Group, another foreign ownership group.

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  4. United 1 Arsenal 0: A Bossing Win

    Manchester United returned to the top of the Barclays Premier League table with a fully-deserved 1-0 win over Arsenal at Old Trafford. Ji-Sung Park, who was recently honored with’s Player of the Month for his performances in November, scored his fourth career goal against Arsenal near the end of the first-half, which was enough to give United all three points, and not rue the penalty miss by Wayne Rooney.

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  5. A Real Cluster

    Coupled with some of the other results in the Barclays Premier League this weekend, there has been even more significance placed on Manchester United’s match against Arsenal. Come every season, the North-South Derby is one of the most important fixtures on United’s schedule, because of the long-standing success of both clubs, but now that the Barclays Premier League table has five teams within five points of the summit it has taken on an extra little bit.

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  6. 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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