Hellish was not a misplaced adjective to describe the state of Manchester United in July 1980 when I made my first “pilgrimage” to beloved Old Trafford.
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Once Wayne Rooney was destined for greatness at Old Trafford. Unthinkably, life as a Red Devil now seems up for the forward.
He has lost faith. The spark seems lost.
The feisty fork-tongued football tour de force delivered an impromptu speech for the ages.
SIR Alex Ferguson gave Manchester United 26 years of unprecedented success.
Yesterday, Manchester United gave him a send-off unprecedented in the history of English football.
Sir Alex Ferguson won 13 Premier League titles at Manchester United. David Moyes won the old Second Division title with Preston North End.
Sprinting up sand dunes till you drop. Being plunged into a freezing river at the Austrian Alps. Otherwise, it is run, run and run till you vomit.
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Manchester United announced yesterday that David Moyes is their new manager.
Yes, the great man is leaving Manchester United in the “strongest possible shape”. But United will never be the same again.
The news reverberated around the world when it flashed out of Manchester, football will never be the same with Alex Ferguson retiring as manager of the Red Devils.
TWO minutes of mayhem settled one of the most tedious contests of the campaign.
Juan Mata might have knocked Chelsea into the Champions League next season.
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