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.
Josh Kroenke came out in defence of his fathers ownership of Arsenal, with a slightly contrived but seemingly passionate and positive response. He covered commitment, desire, success and passion but the conversation was inevitably geared towards transfer activity and when asked about Arsenal’s plans, Kroenke junior said in a rather
Manchester finds itself in the grip of summer madness as Mourinho baffles the media and the fans protest against the Glazers. It was noticeable that towards the end of his Manchester United career, José Mourinho had become eccentric and that there were signs that even his perspective and previously unshaken
As a paying Manchester United fan who enjoys the fierce competition of the premier league, its natural to want to see the opposition at full strength, having been proactive in the summer transfer window and at least that way, there can be no excuses for defeat. https://twitter.com/DomBooth19/status/1155735610067488769?s=19 It’s been a distinctly underwhelming
Arsenal are pushing to convince Lille superstar Nicolas Pepe to snub Manchester United for a life in London. The Ivorian had a breakthrough season last term as he announced himself to the entirety of Europe, putting up performances that yielded 34 goals and assists and a runner-up finish behind champions Paris
At last, Manchester United confirmed their capture of Aaron Wan Bissaka from Crystal Palace this weekend for a whopping initial fee of £50 million with a further £5 million of add-ons. The U-21 England international is United's the second summer signing as they have already signed Daniel James from Swansea for
Arsenal will have to splash almost half of their entire transfer budget this summer if they want to sign Kieran Tierney, according to reports. Celtic are willing to sell the 22-year-old, provided the right offer comes in for him. Arsenal have been determined to sign him this summer, and are fighting