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In 2009, Paul Pogba joined Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United from the small French club of Le Havre. Skip forward two years and the lack of chances in the first team and the managers lack of belief in his ability edges the midfielder closer and closer to his departure. 886 more words

Premier League

Ex-goleiro do Manchester United, Peter Schmeichel insinua que Guardiola é superestimado

Que Pep Guardiola é considerado um dos maiores treinadores do mundo, ninguém tem dúvida. O catalão chega ao Manchester City após duas passagens de sucesso no Barcelona e no Bayern de Munique com a responsabilidade de tentar o título inédito da Liga dos Campeões para o clube inglês. 345 more words


Fergie Time is Back at United!

The last three seasons must have been gleeful Schadenfreude for the ABUs (Anyone but United).  No league titles, no imperious domination, no goal gluts and no last gasp injury time winners to break opposition hearts.  470 more words


The Trail of William Prunier

As featured on Pundit Arena

Despite Eric Bailly’s impressive early season performances, the jury remains out on the ability of Manchester United’s defence to back up the challenge that will undoubtedly be posed by their potent strike force. 1,441 more words

Manchester United

Mourinho Will Take Us Back To Ferguson’s ‘Old Man United’ – Rooney

England and Manchester United captain, Wayne Rooney is confident that Jose Mourinho to bring back the glory days of Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United — and believes the club can challenge for the Premier League title this season. 622 more words


Managers Defined by their Players – #2

After the first installment of “Managers Defined by their Players”, the second article will highlight the stars that defined the former Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, and new England boss, Sam Allardyce. 657 more words

General Articles

Manchester United's Golden Quarter: 45 Minutes of Footballing Nirvana

On 21 May 2008, the 60th year anniversary of the Munich crash, Manchester United lifted their third, and latest, European Cup. John Terry’s slip and Edwin Van Der Sar’s heroics in the Muscovite rain granted Sir Alex Ferguson his last continental trophy. 885 more words

British Football