1. Manchester United-Stoke City: Berbatov Shines, Ronaldo Fades

    Manchester United set the stage for a long second-half run at the Premiership title today by traveling to Stoke City during a loaded matchday in the top fight...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about almost 6 years ago 998 reads 15 comments

  2. ESPN and the EPL: The Answer for Soccer in America?

    Why does soccer, European, American, or otherwise, not find the same scope of coverage on American television as other major sports? The simple answer would be to accept that the sport is simply not as popular as its three major competitors...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about almost 6 years ago 2,222 reads 29 comments

  3. United Review: Berbatov, Vidic in Form, Others Not

    United travel to Tottenham this weekend after a regrettable showing midweek against Aalborg.Several United players were not paying attention: Nani, Giggs, Tevez, Ferdinand, and even Rooney underperformed quite egregiously...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 433 reads 9 comments

  4. Chelsea Claim Record; Manchester United Hold Schedule Advantage

    With Chelsea's recent 2-0 victory at Bolton, the Blues claimed the record for most consecutive away wins in the top flight...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 778 reads 13 comments

  5. Manchester United-Sunderland: Match Report and Player Ratings

    Sunderland travelled to Manchester in the aftermath of United legend Roy Keane resigning as manager from the North East club...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 892 reads 3 comments

  6. Manchester United-Manchester City: Red Half Should Reign on Sunday

    Timing and circumstance are cooperating in perfect accord for a United result over City on Sunday. Alex Ferguson's side are coming off consecutive unsavory results and performances two weeks after losing tragically to Arsenal at Ashburton Grove...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 785 reads 20 comments

  7. Cristiano Ronaldo: Losing Face For World And European Honors?

    The signs for Cristiano Ronaldo to be rightfully enshrined as the best player in both Europe and abroad may have started to point in the wrong direction...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 413 reads 18 comments

  8. Manchester United: Stoke Result Lacks Significance

    Despite perfunctorily dismantling Stoke City at Old Trafford on Saturday, Manchester United would be wise to avoid being too chuffed. In a game where Carrick and Fletcher looked like Scholes and Keane, you have to question the opposition...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 368 reads 8 comments

  9. Wayne Rooney: The Answer for Manchester United

    Manchester United's current plight—which, for the record, is not a plight—can easily be solved by the gaffer...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 575 reads 35 comments

  10. Manchester United: Quarter Review

    The season is well underway, enough for propositions and speculation to have some foundation; certainly enough to argue over trends and forecasts. The table is set for an exciting season on all fronts...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 182 reads 3 comments

  11. AS Roma-Chelsea: Romans Show Rare Class

    AS Roma managed to seem like they had some class today against Chelsea. It was a rare occurrence of such a display thus far this season for the men from the capital...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 305 reads 13 comments

  12. Cristiano Ronaldo: The Evolution Continues

    Since his inaugural dismantling of Bolton in 2004, Cristiano Ronaldo has displayed unparalleled speed and power on many occasions. He is making it clear now that he has the confidence and intelligence to become the complete player...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 290 reads 4 comments

  13. Alessandro Del Piero Snubbed Inexplicably for Individual Honors

    Alessandro Del Piero was omitted from contention for any of the major individual European and World football honors despite sculpting an Italian renaissance last season for Juventus...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 703 reads 10 comments

  14. Sir Alex Ferguson Is Dropping Bombs

    Sir Alex Ferguson, probably over a glass (or two) of vintage red wine, unholstered his larger weaponry in a recent GQ Magazine interview...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 877 reads 0 comments

  15. Juninho Paulista: Ending the Fairy Tale

    Today, Juninho Paulista stated his firm desire to return once more to his beloved club, Middlesbrough, to end his brilliant career. The miniature man has played during three storybook spells at the Riverside, winning the Carling Cup in 2003...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 1,288 reads 0 comments

  16. Freddie Ljungberg Relegated to MLS

    Former Arsenal star Fredrik Ljungberg proceeded on course to anonymity with a last-ditch move to American Major League Soccer franchise Seattle Sounders...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 251 reads 5 comments

  17. David Beckham: Bourgeois Hero

    David Beckham is a global brand. His advancement to the elite of society could be mainly due to his ridiculously good looks, however, there was a time when “Becks” was ...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 1,241 reads 13 comments

  18. Substance Over Style: Nemanja Vidic Named for Ballon d'Or Shortlist

    On the heels of a thorough and defensively dominant display at home to West Bromich Albion in the English Premier League, Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic was included in the 30-man shortlist for European Player of the Year...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 910 reads 2 comments

  19. Slow Day Creates Ridiculous Conjecture

    Following an unusually exciting and optimistic international break for English football fans, Friday presented a dull opportunity for the British media to create a sensational transition into the weekend's Premiership action...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about 6 years ago 181 reads 1 comments

  20. Gathering my thoughts on United's new season

    No excuses are necessary for either the dirth of my posts recently or United's few performances this season. The causes for each are known, and I'll expound on the latter but stay schtum on the former...

    Nathan Lowe Written by Nathan Lowe about over 6 years ago 182 reads 0 comments