1. Manchester United: Five Defenders For The Decade

    With the decade coming to a close, editors everywhere are clamoring for the usually arbitrary, gimmicky articles ranking players or whatever...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about almost 5 years ago 1,151 reads 27 comments

  2. Manchester United: Ferguson To Blame for Tactical Imbalance

    Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson again complained about not being granted enough injury time, but his tactics throughout the match Saturday are what sent United packing...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about almost 5 years ago 1,585 reads 44 comments

  3. Manchester United's Form Deconstructed Into Hype and Reality

    It's refreshing to watch United win without Rooney or Giggs, if only to be spared the fawning ballyhoo they receive following a game they even only marginally influence...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about almost 5 years ago 661 reads 16 comments

  4. Can Manchester United Succeed Without New Signings?

    United manager Alex Ferguson recently ruled out any new signings this year, citing a bloated transfer market. It's a slightly ironic stance from a manager who profited $80m from selling Cristiano Ronaldo high and buying only Antonio Valencia as cover..

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about almost 5 years ago 772 reads 40 comments

  5. Manchester United Will Need Jonny Evans to Have the Vidic Effect

    Most casual observers of Premier League football attribute Manchester United's trilogy of consecutive championships to be largely based on an ingredient no longer present: Cristiano Ronaldo...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about almost 5 years ago 847 reads 14 comments

  6. Owen Hargreaves' Return Affects Whole United Midfield

    When Owen Hargreaves finally returns from injury, in what may be his last chance to achieve his prime, United manager Alex Ferguson can again field his strongest midfield...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about almost 5 years ago 1,776 reads 29 comments

  7. Manchester United's Toughest Domestic Games Now Behind Them

    As mostly everyone knows by now, Man United lost 1-0 to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge Sunday after John Terry scored a controversial goal in the 76th minute...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about almost 5 years ago 386 reads 17 comments

  8. Darren Fletcher Not Alone Filling Void at Man United

    It was always going to be a tense year for United and its fans.The situation is distinctly lose-win: go trophy-less with an aging, crotchety Alex Ferguson who failed to replace Cristiano ...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 5 years ago 585 reads 11 comments

  9. Wesley Sneijder Is United's Perfect Replacement For Paul Scholes

    To call current Real Madrid midfielder Wesley Sneijder want-away would be erroneous; he wants to stay, it's his club that want him to leave. With such a surfeit of attacking options, Madrid are likely to force out the classy attacker...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 5 years ago 1,119 reads 9 comments

  10. Arshavin, De Jong Bring World Class To Premier League

    Whether or not the "6+5 rule" sweeps through Europe into England, two foreign players arrived in January who would not be hampered much by the regulation...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 5 years ago 444 reads 20 comments

  11. Wayne Rooney Needs To Curb Aggression, Not Embrace It

    Stubborn Wayne Rooney. The Englishman recently defended his truculent behavior, ever on display this season, in what is an argument based more out of said emotion and rationalization than footballing sense...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 5 years ago 289 reads 18 comments

  12. Man United Apart: Who Can Fill the Roy Keane Void?

    "There's only one Keano" usually isn't sung as a lamentation, but never before have Man United missed Roy Keane so much...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 5 years ago 518 reads 24 comments

  13. Who Will Fix Cristiano Ronaldo?

    Confidence is piercing: It attacks the disposition in those it encounters with a domineering force. Arrogance is masochistic: It challenges those dispositions to return force in kind plus more...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 5 years ago 1,170 reads 67 comments

  14. Manchester United Taught Valuable Lesson En Route to Quintuple

    Liverpool humiliated Man United 4-1 Saturday at Old Trafford in a statement victory that may sustain the Mersysiders' title ambitions: fact...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 5 years ago 482 reads 13 comments

  15. Paul Scholes Inimitable In Masterclass Display

    "His passes stretched forever." To cite any other player being more dominant and expressive in a match this season than Paul Scholes was against Fulham is impossible...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 5 years ago 810 reads 18 comments

  16. David Beckham Deserves Last Shot on European and World Stage

    David Beckham wants to leave the Los Angeles Galaxy and stay in Italy, and so does the MLS—but they won't admit it...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 5 years ago 274 reads 28 comments

  17. Manchester United Dismiss Derby, Gear Up For Inter Milan

    United eased through Derby County today in the FA Cup with a second-string side, led by performances from reborn old man Ryan Giggs, with confident displays from Gibson, Nani, and Evra as he returned from injury lay-off...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 5 years ago 481 reads 8 comments

  18. Manchester City Made Right Moves in January

    Intelligence, not desperation, ultimately prevailed in January for Manchester City and their rich owners, despite failing to pry Kaka from AC Milan...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 5 years ago 1,085 reads 20 comments

  19. Edwin Van Der Sar Credited For Nemanja Vidic's Dominance

    Manchester United defeated Everton 1-0 Saturday further en route on their bar-thumping, record-setting 12-match scoreless streak...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 5 years ago 1,187 reads 13 comments

  20. Dimitar Berbatov Still Blamed for Tottenham Demise

    Former Tottenham director of football Damien Comolli has blamed the protracted transfer of Dimitar Berbatov to Manchester United for Spurs' current woes...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 5 years ago 232 reads 4 comments

  21. Manchester United-Tottenham: United's Midfield Dominates Second Half

    Manchester United put Tottenham on cruise control in the second half in an open and stylish FA Cup fourth-round matchup...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 5 years ago 287 reads 6 comments

  22. Manchester United Own World Football

    The world is restored to its foundations; the stars resume their ordered march.Manchester United, recently named by Forbes magazine as the world's richest sporting team at $1...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 5 years ago 789 reads 19 comments

  23. Cristiano Ronaldo Crowned World's Best Player of 2008

    Manchester United prodigy Cristiano Ronaldo was named FIFA World Player of the Year for 2008 Monday in Zurich. Despite suffering through a rather torrid beginning to the recent 2008/2009 campaign, ...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about almost 6 years ago 2,447 reads 15 comments

  24. Jermain Defoe In a Tale of Two Clubs

    Jermain Defoe is happily returning to North London after Tottenham signed their former striker for £15 million, less than a year after selling him to Portsmouth...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about almost 6 years ago 157 reads 28 comments

  25. Manchester United-Southampton: FA Cup Magic Incanted, Fizzled

    The magic of the FA Cup proved more legend than reality. The spell was unbound on 35 minutes when Southampton, already down 1-0, were reduced to 10 men against the European Champions. United travelled to St...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about almost 6 years ago 388 reads 9 comments