WEST HAM v MAN UNITED
(Tomorrow, 2.45am, SingTel mio TV Ch 102)
STOKE CITY 0
MAN UNITED 2
(Michael Carrick 4, Robin van Persie 66-pen)
LIKE a countdown to liberation, the wait seemed unbearable. Then the release.
Sir Alex Ferguson has a good reason to be angry about Rio Ferdinand's recall to the England side.
PICTURE: ACTION IMAGES
FA CUP QUARTER-FINAL
MAN UNITED 2
(Javier Hernandez 5, Wayne Rooney 11)
(Eden Hazard 59, Ramires 68)
Wayne Rooney scored from outside the box.
MAN UNITED v CHELSEA
(Tomorrow, 12.30am, SingTel mio TV Ch 111)
I will be very surprised if Wayne Rooney doesn’t start Manchester United’s FA Cup quarter-final clash with Chelsea tonight.
IT WAS a rumour that made the rounds a couple of days before kick-off and, in the end, it turned out to be true.
TNP PHOTO: AFP
IT’S a clash of epic proportions as Manchester United take on Real Madrid at Old Trafford in the Round-of-16, second-leg tie tomorrow morning (Singapore time) with the tie precariously poised at 1-1.
Our columnist picks out the great and the good, the terrible and the tragic and the occasionally grotesque from the football world.
In this article, Neil Humphreys talks about:
Old Trafford was in full voice, even if this was just the full-dress rehearsal.
Norwich, the way things were looking in the English Premiership table, were never going to stop Manchester United from winning the league title.
MAN UNITED v NORWICH
(Tonight, 11pm, SingTel mio TV Ch 102)
Six years on, Luis Nani is at the crossroads of his Manchester United career, wondering which way leads to greener grass.
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