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.
Manchester United meet Arsenal on Sunday for a crucial game in the Barclays Premier League.
In 1995 Wayne Rooney’s boyhood club Everton beat his current employers and ever since the FA Cup has been a source of fascination for the England striker.
City opened their brand new £200million state-of-the-art training complex last week, an 80-acre site connected to the Etihad Stadium which boasts a selection of world class facilities.
On Monday City opened their new state-of-the-art £200million training ground in the presence of playing legends past and present.
Marcos Lopes was voted the Rising Star at this year’s North West Football Awards and has a ‘great talent’ according to his captain.
Man City’s Samir Nasri picks as many Reds as Blues in top team – and snubs Cristiano with ‘One Ronaldo’ jibe
Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri has tried his hand at management by picking his favourite eleven – but as many United stars made it into his side as Blues.
Prodigy Wilson netted four goals in last night’s Manchester Senior Cup final, including a solo wonder strike that helped the Red Devils thrash rivals City 4-1.
Former Arsenal and France midfielder Vieira, who had a brief FA Cup-winning stint at City before he hung up his boots, took charge of the EDS (Elite Development Squad) in 2013.
World Cup whupping: Football stars wax lyrical after Germany tear strips off Brazilians to leave hosts raw
The first semi-final of 2014 was expected to be close, only for Germany to demolish the Neymar-less hosts – in the blizzard of social media reaction, Mancunians were not shy in making their feelings known
The one-year deal for the Portuguese, who made four first team appearances last season, was confirmed on Monday.