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Three penalties in the Manchester derby?! Why Oliver was right to not award any of them

Another week, another set of controversial refereeing decisions. And again Newspapers and pundits alike are bemoaning that football is not officiated by superhuman robots (oxymoron I know). 531 more words

Premier League

Things we can learn from the latest Manchester derby

Aris Karismaputra Sunjaya, November 4th 2014

Here’s some of my opinion about the latest Manchester derby.

1. Smalling: big, daft and stupid

It’s been his fifth season at United since the tall centre-half was bought from Fulham FC. 1,379 more words

Article

Are Manchester United on the right path under Louis van Gaal?

There will come a time soon—perhaps later this season, or maybe next season—when Louis van Gaal will look back at the start to his first season as Manchester United manager and smile. 219 more words

Sports

New Post: Are Chris Smalling's Manchester United Days Over?

By, Kyle Gibson

Chris Smalling’s yellow to red card on Sunday ultimately ruined Manchester United’s 1-0 derby loss against Manchester City.

The Reds surrendered a second half goal to Sergio Aguero after going a man down, even though United did manage to play very well in Smalling’s absence with a makeshift back line. 283 more words

Kicking It Soccer

A very disappointing result, but positives to take from it!

Hi everyone,

Sunday we lost against City 1-0, this result is very disappointing because it is a derby that we couldn’t get the bragging rights from. 1,050 more words

Derby Day

One of the most fiercely contested rivalries known to world football: The Manchester Derby. The English El Clasico. Relished by every football fan around the world. 586 more words

Chris Smalling

The Van Gaal effect?

Being a United fan when our team is performing as they are at the moment is something many of us aren’t accustomed to. A drop from Premier League champions to 7th was a huge change of scenery. 1,750 more words