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Is there more to come from Juan Mata?

A year ago Juan Mata was helicoptered in to Old Trafford as a symbol of a changing United. He was to be the catalyst for future success and expected to make a real impact. 186 more words

Who is Juan mata?


Juan Manuel mata Garcia who is officially known as “Juan mata ” was born on the 28 of April 1988 at Ocon de villafranca,burgos Spain… 213 more words


Please play four at the back!

Four Four Two was the chant at QPR with united drawing 0-0 at the 50 minute mark. Fellani on for Juan Mata was the first sub made at half time (a substitute I was shouting at the telvision for “why didn’t he start!”) Juan Mata hasn’t got the physical attributes for the tough small away grounds but that is for a different post! 211 more words

Man Utd

A Classroom Full Of Banter

     The Reading Comprehension teacher did not waste time in his first lecture making his Scouser affiliation obvious. While teaching the word ‘stolid’, he first asked who all were Manchester City fans (the lecture was on the morning right after the Noisy Neighbors were mortified by Arsenal); and out of nowhere, some guy shouted ‘Liverpool’ like he didn’t give a damn about what was going on. 397 more words

Manchester United

Stats prove Manchester United star Juan Mata is greatest Premier League free-kick taker of all-time - beating David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo

If you were asked to name the Premier League’s greatest ever free-kick taker, who would your selection be?

David Beckham, Gianfranco Zola and even Cristiano Ronaldo would likely feature among many fans’ choices. 207 more words


Southampton 1:0 Manchester United | Southampton's deep defending

The second meeting of the season between Southampton and Manchester United ended 1-0, with the visitors leapfrogging United to third place in the league. In the previous meeting, two goals from a determined looking Robin van Persie won 2-1, despite Louis Van Gaal saying that “Southampton were the better team.”  456 more words

Premier League

VIDEO: Louis van Gaal said the better team lost today

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal had some pointed words for his counterparts today following the 1-0 loss at home to Southampton. Namely, that the better team lost. 196 more words

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