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Rampant Rom Runs Riot as Confident United put four past Joe Hart

If ‘Philosophy’ was the buzzword for Manchester United under Louis van Gaal – ‘Confidence’ is winning the race under Mourinho so far.

From first whistle to the last, the result was never really in doubt – but it’s rather hard to find what has changed from last season when in November – United drew 1-1 against Slaven Bilic’s West Ham despite peppering the goal 17 times and scoring once with a 5% conversion rate. 674 more words

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Job Done

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Newcastle 0 Spurs 2

13th August 2017

Last May, after we’d murdered Leicester 6-1 (Post 11), I wrote that this Spurs team are building a habit of taking terrible revenge. 478 more words

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Post-match Report: Bluebirds looked more like the Lions

Follow us on Twitter @claretandview // Words by Regan Foy (@FindFoy)

This report is coming a day late, simply because I wouldn’t want to rant at the readers, and with how I was feeling after that game, I would have certainly ranted. 672 more words

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U in Review — Matchday 24: Montréal Versus Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Union were unable to lift the mood on a somber night at Talen Energy Stadium, as they fell 3-0 to the visiting Montreal Impact. 754 more words


Thoughts on United's Valiant Defeat in the UEFA Super Cup

Manchester United ended up on the losing side of a cup final for the first time in close to 14 months – after an inspired performance from Real Madrid ensured their fourth Super Cup win and a remarkable second (consecutive times) under Frenchman Zinedine Zidane. 865 more words

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Post-match Report: Villa's Future is Bright

Follow us on Twitter @claretandview // Words by Regan Foy (@FindFoy) // Introductory words by Mark Jirobe (@VillaMarkPGH)

Never a doubt…right Villans?  1,098 more words

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Where we belong.

Predictions aplenty before the game, DEM BLADES showed their naysayers that they are plenty suited to La Liga, with a 1-0 win on their first day of the new campaign. 716 more words