Tuesday 9th march 2004. This was the day I should have despised the man forever, however, it was to have the inverse effect. Manchester United appeared to have navigated safe passage through to the Champions league quarter finals, (for what would have been the eighth consecutive season) through Paul Scholes’ 31st minute glancing header. 1,185 more words
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"I'm almost prouder of what we've achieved this week off the golf course than on it," insists Rory after Irish open success
They may have been tears of relief, they may have been tears of joy but either way it was clear that winning the Irish Open meant a great deal to Rory McIlroy. 361 more words
Former Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid manager, Jose Mourinho is set to be named as Manchester United manager this week.
He will be replacing Louis Van Gaal who will not see out the final year of his contract at the club despite winning the FA Cup final. 179 more words
I had a new experience watching the potential title-deciding match this afternoon between Manchester United and Leicester City, and I didn’t like it.
I’ve been a United fan for closing in on forty years now, through glorious triumph and hideous failure as we’ll agree to call the football the team has played since the Boss stepped down. 944 more words