Manchester United and Arsenal were once the only title contenders of the Premier League – MM look at three of their greatest encounters with Manchester City and Liverpool now by far the country’s two strongest sides.
When Cristiano Ronaldo left Manchester United for Spain in the summer of 2009, Manchester City fans could be forgiven for being glad to be shot of him.
Memphis Depay has revealed that he is struggling to make the transition from the Dutch Eredivise to the rigours of the English game after his big money summer move to Manchester United.
Last week’s Champions League action provided talking-points aplenty, but BT Sport’s exclusivity is plain wrong.
With Manchester United set to line-up against Liverpool on Saturday without a locally-developed player in the side for the first time in Premier League history, the topic of home-grown talent is a contentious one.
Comment: Man Utd’s Rooney undoubtedly an England legend, FIFA rankings a sham, Stokes ‘stop’ just not cricket
Wayne Rooney’s penalty against San Marino, a team who boast just a single victory from 129 matches, was hardly the most auspicious manner in which to make history – a fact that most observers have used to discredit the 29-year-old’s accomplishment.
In new signing Raheem Sterling, Manchester City’s beleaguered boss Manuel Pellegrini might just have revitalised the blue half of town as they prepare to face Real Madrid in Melbourne ahead of their August 10 Premier League opener.
With no World Cup or European championship on the menu this summer, Manchester’s soccer stars will be jetting off on their holidays before pre-season training commences in mid-July.
The former Manchester United winger will return as part of the Portugal team set to face World Cup runners-up Argentina on November 18.
De Gea to depart? Man United stopper tipped to replace Iker Casillas at Real Madrid – despite Atletico links
Real Madrid are lining up Manchester United’s David de Gea as a long-term replacement for Spanish legend Iker Casillas – despite him coming through the ranks at city rivals Atletico.
Jorge Mendes says Ronaldo will break all the records at Real although his heart is still with United after six wonderful years in Manchester