1. Sir Alex 11-Rafa 0: Manchester United Kings of England

    With the 0-0 draw against Arsenal at home, Sir Alex Ferguson has now achieved his 11th Premier League title, and 18 leagues titles in all, shutting out challengers Liverpool, who can ...

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  2. Manchester United Come Back To Rout Harry Redknapp's Spurs, Retain EPL Control

    In a match that was reminiscent of Manchester United's comeback led by Steve Bruce against Sheffield Wednesday in the early days of the Premier League, Manchester United came back from behind to rout Tottenham Hotspur, 5-2...

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  3. Squeaky Bum Time: Manchester United Fragile at the Top

    Manchester United squeezed past Liverpool to retain their lead in the Premier League with their 2-1 victory over Sunderland...

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  4. Europe or Bust: A Super League?

    In recent days, there has been talk again of establishing a European Super League to replace the Champions League and UEFA Cup to be comprised of three divisions and 20 or 22 teams in each division...

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  5. EPL: The Fickle Faithful

    Football is tribal, as the saying goes, and by the behaviour of many of the fans, a spectator unfamiliar with the culture of the game is bound to find this true. We won't deny it. The loyalty to a team, be it Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, etc...

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  6. Manchester United: A Little Fatigued

    Everybody knows that not every game will go well for any team—a fact brought to the fore in yesterday's 2-0 defeat of Manchester United at the hands of Fulham...

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  7. Sir Alex 0: Rafa 2

    Rafael Benitez can now claim sweet revenge against his rival Sir Alex Ferguson as his Liverpool side defeated Manchester United at home 4-1 today, making this his second triumph of the current Premier League season over the Scot...

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