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Why are Manchester United so bad?

Long been associated with attacking football, goals and entertainment, the current incarnation of Manchester United look perpetually pedestrian in possession, devoid of ideas and utterly one dimensional. 636 more words

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Juan Mata pays touching tribute to Manchester United legend George Best

There are few more popular players at Manchester United than Juan Mata and his latest blog post has shown exactly why.

The Spaniard has immersed himself in the values of the club since his arrival from Chelsea and has won the hearts of the fans. 143 more words


Juan Mata's Blog: We gots knack PSV and Leicester this week

Week suppose make sense o.

My People how una dey? I dey hail o,

We fit take important step wey go make us finish first for our group for Champions League and we fit top Premier League self. 444 more words

Manchester United

Louis Van Gaal and Man United Players don yarn ontop say #MUFC knack Watford 2-1

Una sabi say we wakka enter Watford house today go knack dem 2-1. Make i talk truth, the match hard gan, e no easy at all. 319 more words

Manchester United

The one defining stat to show how Man United's Juan Mata is the Premier League's most creative player

Manchester United fans will know all too well how crucial Juan Mata has become to the attacking element of their play.

The little Spaniard has been instrumental Louis van Gaal’s revolution at Old Trafford – the Dutchman entrusted with the job of cleaning up the mess left by his predecessor David Moyes. 184 more words


Manchester United fans are astonishing, admits Barcelona legend Xavi

Ex-Barcelona man Xavi admits he was left astonished after Juan Mata told him about the reaction of Manchester United fans when the club finished seventh in the Premier League. 221 more words


Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Manchester United will be difficult, says Juan Mata

Manchester United’s Juan Mata believes any potential return to Old Trafford for Cristiano Ronaldo will be difficult to get over the line.

Ronaldo has repeatedly been linked with a return to United – the club in which he made his name – after playing the last eight seasons in La Liga with Real Madrid. 189 more words