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The truth behind Manchester Uniteds transfer balls up

September 2, 2015

Leading sports lawyer responds to De Gea’s transfer saga James King, Sports Lawyer and member of Mishcon de Reya Sports Group, says: It seems that the transfer details were not registered on FIFA’s online transfer management system (TMS) in time for the authorities at La Liga. As well as registering in time, in order for […] […]

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Man U Looking The Part

August 8, 2015

Manchester United 1-0 Tottenham Manchester United push past Tottenham to start their season with a win at Old Trafford, thanks to Kyle Walker’s early own goal. After Christian Eriksen lobbed over when clean through, United went ahead as Walker poked into his own net when attempting to tackle Wayne Rooney. This led to a much better […] […]

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Are we seeing further proof that Sir Alex Ferguson was indeed the greatest club manager of all time after he has left the club?

October 20, 2013

Sir Alex left Manchester United as champions of the Premiership by a whopping 11 points. All was well and good if you were a United fan until the metaphorical bombshell dropped that Sir Alex would finally be leaving his post as manager of Manchester United after winning 38 trophies in 27 years at the club. […] […]

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A United history lesson

May 9, 2013

It may be slightly preemptive, and could leave me looking foolish by the end of the week, but it’s now looking a nailed on certainty that David Moyes will up-sticks and head off up the M62 to attempt to fill the considerable void, and rather large shoes, left by Sir Alex Ferguson, following his announcement […] […]

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A Diamond United

October 17, 2012

In Sir Alex Fergusons 25 years in charge of Manchester Untied we have come to learn that he doesn’t tolerate poor performances, and certainly doesn’t tolerate a home defeat in front of an Old Trafford crowd. That’s when you had to fear for Newcastle last weekend. United are typically at their best on the back […] […]

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Is it all over for Rio?

October 1, 2012

Make Or Break For Rio As Sir Alex Urges Him To Retire From International Football. There were a lot of question marks raised over Manchester United’s defence in their shock home defeat to Spurs at the weekend.  Marshalled by Rio Ferdinand, the United defence struggled to cope with the movement of Jermaine Defoe and the pace […] […]

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QPR Victory Heats Up Relegation Battle

April 2, 2012

QPR’s 2-1 victory over Arsenal on Saturday has given them an excellent chance of retaining their Premier League status. With Blackburn due to host Manchester United on Monday evening, four teams are currently within one point of each other above the doomed Wolverhampton Wanderers. It was Rangers’ finest performance of the season and fin […]

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A remarkable day in the Premiership

October 23, 2011

QPR versus Chelsea; Manchester United against Man City. When down at the bookies, you would think that the first scoreline would be in favour of Chelsea with maybe a draw at best for the Manchester derby. But, as the final whistle blew there were many gasps of shock at what had just happened. The 6-1 […] […]

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Jordan Henderson and Phil Jones: Great Business by the North West Giants

June 10, 2011

The two prized England Under 21 internationals Jordan Henderson and Phil Jones have recently moved from their respective clubs to two North West giants separated by the East Lancs road. As Liverpool were busy tying up a deal for Sunderland midfield all rounder Jordan Henderson, Manchester United were seemingly busy beating other Premier League heav […]

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2010/11: A Historic Season For Liverpool FC

June 2, 2011

The parallel between the start of the 2010/11 season for Liverpool Football Club was drastic, immense and vast. Starting the season with a new manager who was completely unwanted by the majority of supporters, who were still angry at losing fan favourite Rafael (Rafa) Benitez and having seen club icon Kenny Dalglish been looked over […] […]

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Frantic final day saw Premier League the real winner

May 27, 2011

Dramatic. Unpredictable. Captivating. The season concluded in exhilarating fashion at the weekend, epitomizing everything that is great about the English game. The day dubbed ‘Survival Sunday’ certified the Premier League as the world’s best, undeniably most competitive. An unprecedented five teams – separated by a single point, […]

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Seventh Time Lucky For Huddersfield?

May 26, 2011

Now it’s not that I have anything against Peterborough – in fact I always enjoy going to their cosy little London Road ground and standing on one of the few remaining terraces in English football – but, along with many of the neutrals, I will be firmly backing Huddersfield Town in the League One play-off […] […]

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