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Footballers who played for both Manchester United and Arsenal: Premier League 

Footballers who played for both Manchester United and Arsenal

  Jimmy Rimmer: Jimmy Rimmer was a goalkeeper who started out as a goalkeeper at Manchester United. He used to play as second fiddle to the great Alex Stepney. He won the European Champions Cup in 1968 with the Reds before leaving them in 1974 to join Arsenal under manager Bertie Mee where he was voted Player of the season in his very first season. After spending three years with the Gunners, he joined Aston Villa to win the English Championship and the European Cup and become the greatest ever…

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5 instances that define Manchester United: Premier League 

5 instances that define Manchester United

The 1999 treble: It was a historic and memorable season for the Red Devils when United went on to win the treble. What was most unforgettable about that treble was United’s victory in the Champions League. United were trailing by a goal to Bayern Munich in the final of the tournament and seeing three minutes added as the stoppage time, the onus was on United to capitalize on it. It was from the corner awarded that Teddy Sheringham brought United on level terms as Ryan Giggs’ shot fell on his…

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Latest Football News (Week 4 January 2018) Premier League 

Latest Football News (Week 4 January 2018)

Football News Alexis Sanchez finally arrives at Old Trafford The Chilean has at last made his way out of the Emirates and joined Old Trafford after a tumultuous 12 months of transfer drama. Sanchez was expected to leave Arsenal and his destination was set for Manchester City, but he ended up on the Red side of it. Sanchez, 28 is considered as one of the best wingers of the current generation. With two Copa America titles under his belt and trophies with Barcelona, Sanchez grew frustrated with the lack of…

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Championship Premier League 

Why Romelu Lukaku will bounce back to form

  5) He’s just 24 The Belgian striker has a good amount of experience in the Premier League and scoring goals on a regular basis has been a habit for him. Lukaku is 24 years old right now and still has some of his best years ahead of him. He may be going through a rough patch right now, but it isn’t the first time that it has happened. Lukaku has seen it before and will come out of it stronger. He’s young and still has things to learn and…

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Premier League 

Record January signings of Premier League’s top clubs

  6) Jermaine Defoe (Tottenham-14.76 million) The diminutive Englishman was signed by Tottenham from Portsmouth for 14.76 million alongside Robbie Keane who sealed his return from Liverpool for 12 million. A fan favourite at White Hart Lane, Defoe went on to play for Spurs for five years. In his second season, he was the club’s leading goal scorer with 18 goals to his name.     5) Andriy Arshavin (Arsenal-15 million) The Russian was signed by the Gunners in the 2008/09 January transfer market, with the club in desperate need…

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Championship Premier League 

Latest Football News

  The Barcelona-Coutinho-Liverpool tug of war continues Last transfer window the world witnessed one of the biggest tug of war in the history of football. The Barcelona-Coutinho-Liverpool love-hate saga kept the audience on the edge of their seats. Despite all the money, persuasion and pressure Liverpool did not yield to Barcelona’s demands. Liverpool understands the value of the Brazilian playmaker and knows that his loss will be a severe blow to the team. But this is Barcelona, one of the top clubs in the world and a dream place for…

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Championship Premier League 

Should Manchester United sack Jose Mourinho?

Not good enough Plan B Manchester United have struggled to be more creative this season especially when teams have gone too defensive against them. While that is not an excuse, it is certainly more evident that they don’t have an effective Plan B especially when they are on the losing end. Jose Mourinho’s men rely way too much on long balls and the physicality of their players in the dying moments of the game to create something special. It may have worked in Europe for a bit, but it certainly…

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Championship Premier League 

5 clubs that could surprise everyone by winning the Champions League 2018

  5) Shakhtar Donetsk The Ukranian Champions enjoyed their best run in the European competitions since their 2010-11 run to the quarters when eventual winners Barcelona, eliminated them. Possessing some of the most promising talents in their squad, Shakhtar will be motivated to make a difference in the Champions League again. A tie against Roma, might not have been their best wish but still is a better option than playing against PSG or Barcelona. The Ukrainians shocked Manchester City in the final group stage game which will give them immense…

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Footballers who could make a move in January 2018

5) Angel Di Maria (PSG) After missing out on the Argentine’s services in 2014, PSG finally got their man thanks to Di Maria’s inability to settle in at Manchester United, leaving the club despite becoming their most expensive signing of the time after just one season. With high hopes, PSG made the Argentine their flag bearer in their bid to conquer Europe; however, after just a couple of seasons, Di Maria looks set to be moved on. Di Maria might not be blamed for this after it is PSG’s luxurious…

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Premier League 

Premier League forwards who could be transferred in January 2018

  5) Danny Ings The England international joined Liverpool after an excellent season with Burnley, wherein he scored 11 times in the premier league. However, his time at Liverpool has been full of injuries. After sustaining two cruciate ligament injuries back to back, Ings has featured for just 340 minutes for the Reds in the past three seasons, which speaks volumes about his injury struggles. On his day, Ings has the potential to run riot in opposition backline, with his clinical finishing and ability to run in behind. Now 25,…

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