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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    Did anybody watch the Westbrom vs Chelsea game this morning? The blues lost 3-0.... Kelong?
    don't think so. we lost fair and square.

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    Wonder who will it be after Depay?

    Rumours got it:
    Bale (exchange with De Gea), Schweinsteiger/Gundogan, Dani Alves and Otamendi ???

    I still think Bale wouldn't come back to EPL ... if not he wouldn't have left ...

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    Last game of the season results wont change anything we are still in CL playoff ... unless Arsenal lost and we score more then 7 goals ... in which rather impossible ... even if Arsenal really to lose we can't score that amount of goals... Hahaha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Last game of the season results wont change anything we are still in CL playoff ... unless Arsenal lost and we score more then 7 goals ... in which rather impossible ... even if Arsenal really to lose we can't score that amount of goals... Hahaha...

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    Rather let Hull City win to stay in EPL and Newcastle United relagated hahaha

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    If Fergie is still the manager then there is a chance he might give Bruce a chance.

    With Van Gaal, he may give the youngsters a chance. Then Bruce team stands a chance too.

    Hope to see the youngsters have a chance to play today.

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    1’ - We’re under way in the final game of the Premier League season. Come on Reds!

    United starting XI: Valdes, Valencia, Smalling, Jones, Rojo, Blind, Herrera, Di Maria, Mata, Young, Rooney.
    subs: Lindegaard, McNair, Blackett, Fellaini, Januzaj, van Persie, Wilson.

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    23min - Substitution. It's a blow for Di Maria, who is forced off after taking a knock, with Januzaj replacing him.

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    HT

    HULL 0-0 Man Utd
    Arsenal 4 - 0 West Brom
    Stoke 5 - 0 Liverpool
    Chelsea 1 - 1 Sunderland

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    What a way to pay tribute to SG last game!

    Sad man!Think he wun be back again in the near future!

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    Valdes playing well today.. He has good reflexes still..

    Good shot stopper but suspect in the air.. Just like De Gea when he first joined United..

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    Quote Originally Posted by vengels View Post
    Valdes playing well today.. He has good reflexes still.. Good shot stopper but suspect in the air.. Just like De Gea when he first joined United..
    Think the Spaniards are good at shot stoppage

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    United end the season in fourth place, meaning a two-legged Champions League play-off awaits on 18/19 August and 25/26 August.

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    4th in the league ... 4th highest scoring team ... 4th in least goal conceded ... 4th highest in the no of draw... what a season destiny to be 4th this season!

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    Boss on CL and Title after his first season in charge...

    BACK IN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE… “IT’S NOT A PIECE OF CAKE.” “First we have to qualify because we have to play two matches to [enter the group stages of] the Champions League. That's not so easy. My colleague Arsene Wenger has said the right words – you can meet with a club that is halfway [through their pre-season] and you are at the start of the pre-season. It is a stressful period so I hope we succeed but still we have to be aware that it is not a piece of cake. I have a lot of confidence that we will qualify – first I want to hear the draw and then we shall talk again!”

    TITLE TALK… “I WILL GIVE EVERYTHING TO BUILD A TEAM AS CHAMPIONS.” “The board of Manchester United shall say now we have to battle for the championship! I think it’s a fantastic challenge but it is also dependable on how we can purchase good players and how we can improve the balance in our squad. When you see against Arsenal what I had to do, I had to put players in positions that they never play. That's a pity because the balance in our selection was not good. You need two players for every position. But the board brought me here to win titles. I want to win titles for the fans but also for myself. The biggest challenge is what your ambition is, and my ambition is to win titles. It is not easy, everybody knows that and we shall fight till the end and I will give everything in me to build a team as champions.”


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    Everton announce Cleverley signing

    Everton have announced Tom Cleverley will sign a five-year contract at Goodison Park on 1 July.

    The Manchester United midfielder spent last season on loan at Aston Villa and appeared in the FA Cup final for the Midlanders against Arsenal.

    With the 25-year-old's United contract due to expire, he has agreed to join the Merseysiders in order to link up again with Roberto Martinez after playing under the Spaniard during a loan spell at Wigan Athletic.

    England international Cleverley came through the ranks at Old Trafford and played 79 competitive games for the first team, scoring five goals. He won the Barclays Premier League title with the club in 2013, appearing in 22 of the games.

    "We are extremely delighted to be welcoming Tom to Everton and I can think of many reasons as to why our fans will enjoy Tom representing our football club," Martinez told the Toffees' official website. "It says a lot when someone like Tom is available on a free transfer, and he can pick his next club out of many options home and abroad, that he has chosen to play for our football club."

    Everybody at United would like to wish Tom every success in his future career.


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    Memphis Depay dazzles - but Netherlands lose seven-goal thriller to USA

    Memphis Depay gave Manchester United fans plenty of reasons to feel excited on Friday night - even if he, Daley Blind and Robin van Persie were unable to prevent the Netherlands suffering a shock 4-3 home defeat to USA.

    Depay, whose move to Old Trafford should be completed this month, was dazzling in attack at the Amsterdam Arena and was at his most effective when crossing for Klaas-Jan Huntelaar to head in the opening goal after 27 minutes. He then deflected in the same team-mate's fierce second-half shot to claim his third international goal - and the Netherlands' third strike on the night to put them 3-1 up.


    Looks like we have gotten an exciting player

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    Manchester United release five players

    Manchester United are releasing five players this summer, including Tom Cleverley who has already agreed to join Everton on 1 July, after the club's retained list was submitted to the FA Premier League.

    Goalkeeper Ben Amos is also leaving the club after making seven senior appearances for the Reds. The 25-year-old spent time with Bolton Wanderers on a loan basis last season and enjoyed seven years as a professional at Old Trafford.

    Under-21 captain Tom Thorpe, who lifted numerous trophies at youth level during his stay at the club, is free to move on after making more appearances than any of his colleagues for Warren Joyce's title-winning side last term.

    Fellow defenders Callum Evans and Ryan McConnell, who were also part of the Under-21 squad, are others to be heading to pastures new over the course of the summer.

    Everybody at United would like to wish all five players the very best of luck with their future careers.


    Youth release.


    Youth release are actually not bad but then not much space available in the senior team for them ...

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    UNITED COMPLETE SIGNING OF MEMPHIS DEPAY

    Manchester United is delighted to announce that Memphis Depay has completed his transfer from PSV Eindhoven. Memphis joins on a four-year contract with the option to extend for a further year.

    Memphis made 124 senior appearances and scored 50 times for PSV Eindhoven after coming through the club's youth system, making his first-team debut in September 2011. The 21-year-old was the Eredivisie's top scorer this season with 22 goals in 30 games (and 28 in 40 games including European matches).

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    Fixtures for the new season!

    Barclays Premier League fixtures 2015/16

    Sat Aug 8 Tottenham Hotspur H
    Sat Aug 15 Aston Villa A
    Sat Aug 22 Newcastle United H
    Sat Aug 29 Swansea City A
    Sat Sep 12 Liverpool H
    Sat Sep 19 Southampton A
    Sat Sep 26 Sunderland H
    Sat Oct 3 Arsenal A
    Sat Oct 17 Everton A
    Sat Oct 24 Manchester City H
    Sat Oct 31 Crystal Palace A
    Sat Nov 7 West Bromwich Albion H
    Sat Nov 21 Watford A
    Sat Nov 28 Leicester City A
    Sat Dec 5 West Ham United H
    Sat Dec 12 A.F.C. Bournemouth A
    Sat Dec 19 Norwich City H
    Sat Dec 26 Stoke City A
    Mon Dec 28 Chelsea H
    Sat Jan 2 Swansea City H
    Wed Jan 13 Newcastle United A
    Sat Jan 16 Liverpool A
    Sat Jan 23 Southampton H
    Tue Feb 2 Stoke City H
    Sat Feb 6 Chelsea A
    Sat Feb 13 Sunderland A
    Sat Feb 27 Arsenal H
    Tue Mar 1 Watford H
    Sat Mar 5 West Bromwich Albion A
    Sat Mar 12 Crystal Palace H
    Sat Mar 19 Manchester City A
    Sat Apr 2 Everton H
    Sat Apr 9 Tottenham Hotspur A
    Sat Apr 16 Aston Villa H
    Sat Apr 23 West Ham United A
    Sat Apr 30 Leicester City H
    Sat May 7 Norwich City A
    Sun May 15 A.F.C. Bournemouth H

    15/16fixtures

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    Fixture list kind to United's European campaign

    Manchester United's busy and pressurised start to the 2015/16 season has been eased slightly by the news the Reds will play at home in the Barclays Premier League between the two crucial legs of the Champions League qualifying tie.

    After the home opener against Tottenham Hotspur and a trip to Aston Villa in the second fixture, the Reds will have the crunch European assignment on 18/19 August and 25/26 August. At least there will be no travel in between the two legs - instead, Louis van Gaal's men will welcome Newcastle United to Old Trafford on the weekend of 22/23 August.

    United's Champions League qualifying opponents will be announced on 7 August and if van Gaal's side are successful in the tie, the Reds will return to the continent's premier competition with the group-stage draw being made in Monaco on 27 August.

    The first Champions League group matches will be played on 15/16 September, soon after United's blockbuster league encounter with Liverpool at the Theatre of Dreams.

    It may seem a long way off but the Champions League final takes place in Milan next year, on 28 May, a fortnight after the final league fixture at home to Bournemouth is scheduled.

    Fixture dates are subject to change.


    Finally European to be added on to normalise our fixture!

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