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Posts Tagged ‘Premier League’

Manchester, the wealthiest football team.

20.11.11 – 7:06 pm Manchester United
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The Manchester United Football Club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester is an English professional football club and is one of the wealthiest and widely supported football teams in the world.In 1878, It was founded as Newton Heath LYR Football Club.In 1902, the club's name was changed to Manchester United. In 1968, under the management of ...

City Thrash United In Old Trafford Mauling

29.10.11 – 8:00 pm Manchester United
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Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has spoken out about his feelings of surprise and embarrassment after witnessing his side shoot themselves in the foot on the way to a humiliating 6-1 defeat against an in-form Manchester City side. Ferguson was forced to watch on from the touchline as ever-controversial frontman Mario Balotelli and fellow ...

Javier Hernandez Rewarded With New Contract

17.10.11 – 8:19 pm Manchester United
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Manchester United have agreed a new five-year deal with striker Javier Hernandez, rewarding him for a fantastic start to his career at the club. The deal will mean that the player will be placed in the Red Devils' higher bracket of earners, which currently incorporates star names such as talismanic striker Wayne Rooney, talented midfielder ...

Will Adebayor Stay With Spurs?

13.10.11 – 9:06 pm Tottenham Hotspur
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Spurs boss Harry Redknapp has fired a timely warning to on-loan striker Emmanuel Adebayor, informing the player that he will need to accept a significant reduction in his wages if he wants to become a permanent fixture in the Tottenham Hotspur squad when his loan spell expires next year. Tottenham fans have made the striker one ...

Tom Cleverley Signs Long Term Deal In Manchester

12.10.11 – 10:38 pm Manchester United
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Sir Alex Ferguson has praised midfielder Tom Cleverley for deciding to sign a new four-year deal with current club Manchester United. Cleverley penned his new contract earlier this week at Old Trafford, with the promising English youngster missing out on international duty with England due to a foot injury. The club's fans were quite clearly excited ...

Aguero Lights Up City’s First League Game

19.08.11 – 12:10 pm Manchester City
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Manchester City started their bid for Premier League glory in style earlier this week with a 4-0 win over newly promoted Swansea City. The win was made all the more impressive for the seamless manner in which a couple of new faces embedded into the team, with Gael Clichy playing with real confidence at left-back ...

Newcastle Poach Obertan From Premier League Champions

13.08.11 – 5:47 pm Manchester United
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French winger Gabriel Obertan has signed a five-year deal with Newcastle United after deciding to depart Premier League champions Manchester United. The former Red Devils man's move up to the north-east of England is the latest in a string of transfers for a player who has never quite managed to fulfill the lofty expectations that ...

Kompany Believes City Can Win League This Year

12.08.11 – 1:15 pm Manchester United
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Earlier this week, Manchester United struck what football pundits believe could turn out to be a blow that may well resonate throughout the coming domestic season as Sir Alex Ferguson's men mounted a stirring second half comeback to recover from a two goal deficit to defeat bitter local rivals Manchester City 3-2 in the Community ...

Keane Eager To Move Away From Spurs

12.08.11 – 7:43 am Tottenham Hotspur
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Robbie Keane has revealed his desire to leave current club Tottenham Hotspur in the current transfer window in order to avoid another season of being left largely on the sub bench. Spurs boss Harry Redknapp seems to have fallen out of favour with the Republic of Ireland captain, favouring players such as Jermain Defoe and ...

Why Winning Isn’t Everything In Football

24.07.11 – 9:33 am Manchester United
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No football team in any country or any league should start a match without intending to win the game; any other mindset is quite simply not ethical and is damaging to the overall integrity of the sport. Last season, towards the end of the campaign, the closing minutes of Manchester United and Blackburn Rovers' match ...