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Leeds United Vs Portsmouth preview and prediction 28 December

Posted Tuesday, December 28, 2010 by WOSB.com75 hits

The English Championship football match between Leeds United (3rd) and Portsmouth (17th) kicks off on 28 December 2010. Leeds United has played 11 English Championship matches this season on Elland Road. On home ground Leeds United has won 6, drawn 1 and lost 4 matches. This ranks the Whites 11th in home team performance in the English Championship. Portsmouth has played 11 English Championshi...Full Story »

PREVIEW-Soccer-United set to benefit from revitalised Rooney

Posted Tuesday, December 28, 2010 by YAHOO Sport87 hits

By Martyn Herman LONDON, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Top of the Premier League, still unbeaten and starting to play with their familiar swagger, Manchester United’s season could be about to get even better with Wayne Rooney rediscovering his spark. The England striker did not score in the 2-0 victory over Sunderland on Sunday, but as United prepare for their trip to Birmingham City on Tuesday the...Full Story »

Berbatov nets 2 as leader United beats Sunderland

Posted Monday, December 27, 2010 by YAHOO Sport42 hits

MANCHESTER, England (AP)—Dimitar Berbatov’s double allowed Manchester United to stay unbeaten and keep a tight grip on the Premier League with a convincing 2-0 victory on Sunday over a depleted Sunderland. The Bulgaria striker nodded Wayne Rooney’s lofted cross into the net after five minutes and also hit the post during a first-half onslaught. Berbatov took his tally for the...Full Story »

Manchester United 2 - 0 Sunderland - Dimitar double lifts United

Posted Sunday, December 26, 2010 by PA46 hits

A Dimitar Berbatov double extended Manchester United's unbeaten run to 17 games and consolidated their position at the Barclays Premier League summit as Sunderland were brushed aside 2-0 at Old Trafford. Victory provided United with a healthy advantage over Arsenal and Chelsea, who meet at the Emirates Stadium on Monday, and nearest challengers Manchester City, who have played two games more. ...Full Story »

Bruce chases first win over Ferguson’s Man United

Posted Sunday, December 26, 2010 by YAHOO Sport61 hits

LONDON (AP)—Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson is an admirer of the job done by Steve Bruce as Sunderland boss, but intends to put a dent in his protege’s progress when the teams clash in the Premier League on Sunday. Sunderland has risen to sixth in the standings by winning four and losing only one of its past eight matches, and goes to Old Trafford with more confidence than u...Full Story »

Sir Alex Ferguson shelves plans to retire from Manchester United

Posted Tuesday, December 21, 2010 by theguardian.com93 hits

It is almost nine years since Sir Alex Ferguson reversed his decision to quit as Manchester United manager.  Sir Alex Ferguson claims that he has postponed all thoughts of retirement. The Scot yesterday became the longest-serving manager in Manchester United's history and on New Year's Day will celebrate his 69th birthday. It is also almost nine years since he reversed a long-standing pla...Full Story »

Ferguson becomes longest serving United manager

Posted Monday, December 20, 2010 by YAHOO Sport70 hits

LONDON (AP)—Alex Ferguson became Manchester United’s longest-serving manager on Sunday with his team topping the Premier League but with heavy snow denying him the chance to mark the milestone with a win over title rival Chelsea. By extending his reign to 8,811 days, the 68-year-old Ferguson surpassed fellow Scotsman Matt Busby’s record set during his two spells in the Old Tra...Full Story »

Chelsea v Manchester United off as snow decimates weekend fixture list

Posted Sunday, December 19, 2010 by theguardian.com148 hits

Tomorrow's match between Chelsea and Manchester United had been due to take place at Stamford Bridge.  The Premier League match between Chelsea and Manchester United has become the highest-profile casualty of the weekend's snow and freezing temperatures as all of tomorrow's three top-flight fixtures were postponed today. Blackpool v Tottenham and West Brom v Wolves were also called off on ...Full Story »

Alloa manager Allan Maitland welcomes back defender Scott Walker from suspension, however midfielder Brown Ferguson remains out for the visit of Airdrie United.

Posted Saturday, December 18, 2010 by PA49 hits

The Wasps manager is hoping that Recreation Park is playable after what happened to Airdrie when they went into cold storage with Maitland explaining: "I have not read anything into Airdrie losing heavily to Peterhead in midweek as that can happen when a team that has had a couple of games meets a team that has been idle. "Airdrie actually now have an advantage over us as they played in midweek...Full Story »

Manchester United Midfielder Park Ji-Sung Will Retire From International Football After Asian Cup In January

Posted Saturday, December 18, 2010 by Goal.com271 hits

Manchester United and South Korea international Park Ji-Sung is set to retire from international football after next month's Asian Cup, according to the player's father.The midfielder, signed from PSV Eindhoven in 2005, scored the only goal in United's 1-0 win over Arsenal on Monday to continue his impressive form this season.Park captained his country to the last 16 of the 2010 World Cup but ac...Full Story »

Manchester United Dealt A Blow As Paul Scholes Is Ruled Out Until The New Year

Posted Saturday, December 18, 2010 by Goal.com53 hits

Manchester United have been dealt a blow after it was confirmed on the club's official website that Paul Scholes will remain out of action until the New Year.The midfielder had hoped to make his comeback in Sunday's Premier League clash with Chelsea, but is struggling to shake off the niggling groin injury that has sidelined him for the past three weeks.Red Devils' boss Sir Alex Ferguson will ha...Full Story »

United held by Valencia

Posted Tuesday, December 07, 2010 by PA43 hits

Manchester United lost their perfect Champions League defensive record but still managed to claim top spot in Group C thanks to Anderson's second-half equaliser in a 1-1 draw with Valencia.United had the better of an entertaining contest but a succession of failures in front of goal looked set to cost them dear when Pablo Hernandez rifled the visitors in front after half an hour.It was the firs...Full Story »

Blackpool ready to train on the beach for visit of Manchester United

Posted Friday, December 03, 2010 by theguardian.com52 hits

The Blackpool manager, Ian Holloway, turned down the opportunity to take his team to a warm-weather training camp this week. Blackpool may train on the beach this morning in preparation for tomorrow's visit of Manchester United. With their regular training ground frozen they used an artificial pitch at a local college yesterday, but Ian Holloway felt the surface was not sufficiently grasslike a...Full Story »

Fergie to keep faith in the 'new United' for cup clash

Posted Tuesday, November 30, 2010 by 620 hits

Sir Alex Ferguson claims his latest batch of Fledglings could become his next great Manchester United side. Ever since a teenage Ryan Giggs came through two decades ago, young players have been at the heart of all of Fergie's successful teams. And he feels his current crop of youngsters could carry United to further glory over the rest of the decade. Talents like Federico Macheda, Javier He...Full Story »

Roy Hodgson 'sad' about Liverpool's FA Cup trip to Manchester United

Posted Monday, November 29, 2010 by theguardian.com104 hits

Roy Hodgson will take Liverpool to Old Trafford in January.  Roy Hodgson was frustrated after the FA Cup third‑round draw produced a trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United for his Liverpool team, meaning that one of the more celebrated clubs in the competition will make a swift exit. Hodgson's first reaction was to offer a simple "good", through gritted teeth, but he subsequently ...Full Story »

Manchester United vs Blackburn Rovers preview

Posted Saturday, November 27, 2010 by thesportscampus.com247 hits

Sam Allardyce will take his Blackburn Rovers side on a short trip across Lancashire to take on old pal, Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United on Saturday. United earned a creditable 1-0 victory against Rangers in the Champions League in midweek thanks to Wayne Rooney penalty, and with quite a few senior players not travelling up north for the game, the squad should be well rested ahead of the ga...Full Story »

West Ham United v Wigan Athletic: match preview

Posted Saturday, November 27, 2010 by 93 hits

West Ham United manager Avram Grant Saturday, November 27 West Ham United v Wigan AthleticUpton ParkKick-off: 15.00 GMTTV: Highlights, BBC1 Match of the Day. West Ham United (Probable, 4-3-3): Green; Jacobsen, Upson, Gabbidon, Ilunga; Kovac, Noble, Boa Morte; Piquionne, Cole, Obinna. Wigan (Probable, 4-2-3-1): Al Habsi; Stam, Gohouri, S Caldwell, Figueroa; Thomas, Diame; N’Zogbia, Go...Full Story »

Wayne Rooney makes public apology to Manchester United fans

Posted Friday, November 26, 2010 by theguardian.com254 hits

• Rooney tells supporters 'I apologise for my side of things'• Striker also insists he was never considering move to City Wayne Rooney said he felt he had already apologised to Manchester United's fans, but would do so again. Wayne Rooney has said he never contemplated joining Manchester City as he finally issued a public apology to supporters of Manchester United. The striker sai...Full Story »

Glasgow Rangers 0-1 Man United - Rooney sends United through

Posted Wednesday, November 24, 2010 by PA31 hits

There was no apology from Wayne Rooney, only a match-winning penalty as the Manchester United sharpshooter fired his side into the knockout phase with a 1-0 win over Rangers. On his first start since signing a lucrative new contract and annoying the Red Devils fans with his negotiating tactics, Rooney gave another television interview in which he did not say sorry. Whether United are bothered ...Full Story »

Glasgow Rangers vs Man United Preview - Ferguson focused on Rangers clash

Posted Wednesday, November 24, 2010 by PA286 hits

Sir Alex Ferguson opted against taking a trip down memory lane after landing back home in Glasgow. Ferguson has no time for sentiment for Rangers or their manager, his old friend Walter Smith, and, it seems, no more messing about with his team as Dimitar Berbatov tries to rediscover his impressive early-season form. "We have been changing the strikers quite a lot recently and I have to accept ...Full Story »

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