The Premier League is back! Last weekend saw drama, controversy, excitement and plenty of goals. Of the newly-promoted sides, Sheffield United were the only side to pick up a point; while at the top of the table, there were triumphant wins for Manchester United over Chelsea, as well as last
Here we go again, City winning for fun, Newcastle fans unhappy with Mike Ashley, Arsenal apparently finding a cure for their travel sickness and Manchester United putting down a marker for the season. Yes, the excitable media tried desperately to manipulate fans with an array of cheap, speculative tosh, the type
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over from what was in the minds of many fans around the world, one of the worst seasons of professional football played in the theater of dreams. https://twitter.com/ManUtd/status/1160235107325640704?s=19 There was animosity between the coach and the staff, the coach and the players, and the coach and the fans.
Manchester United return to Premier League action on Sunday after their Champions League draw against Sevilla in the Champions League. The Red Devils are due to face Chelsea on home turf. [spacer height="30px"] Manchester United currently stand third in the Premier League one point behind of second-placed Liverpool on 56 points. [spacer height="30px"] Jose