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  1. Manchester United - First Never Follows


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    A FOOTBALLING DYNASTY

    Manchester United Football Club is a professional football club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, that competes in the Premier League, the top flight of English football. Nicknamed "The Red Devils", the club was founded as Newton Heath LYR Football Club in 1878, changed its name to Manchester United in 1902 and moved to its current stadium, Old Trafford, in 1910.

    Manchester United have won a record 20 League Titles, a joint-record 12 FA Cups, four League Cups and a record 21 FA Community Shields. The club has also won three European Cups, one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, one UEFA Super Cup, one Intercontinental Cup and one FIFA Club World Cup. In 1998–99, the club became the first in the history of English football to achieve the treble of the Premier League, the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League.

    The 1958 Munich air disaster claimed the lives of eight players. In 1968, under the management of Matt Busby, Manchester United became the first English football club to win the European Cup. Alex Ferguson won 38 trophies, including 13 Premier League titles, 5 FA Cups and 2 UEFA Champions Leagues, between 1986 and 2013, when he announced his retirement. José Mourinho is the club's current manager, having been appointed on 27 May 2016.

    Manchester United was the second highest-earning football club in the world for 2013–14, with an annual revenue of €518 million, and the world's third most valuable football club in 2015, valued at $1.98 billion. As of June 2015, it is the world's most valuable football brand, estimated to be worth $1.2 billion. It is one of the most widely supported football teams in the world. After being floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1991, the club was purchased by Malcolm Glazer in May 2005 in a deal valuing the club at almost £800 million, after which the company was taken private again. In August 2012, Manchester United made an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange. The club holds several rivalries, most notably with Liverpool, Manchester City and Leeds United, and more recently with Arsenal.

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    THE SIR ALEX FERGUSON ERA

    jAlex Ferguson and his assistant Archie Knox arrived from Aberdeen on the day of Atkinson's dismissal, and guided the club to an 11th-place finish in the league. Despite a second-place finish in 1987–88, the club was back in 11th place the following season. Reportedly on the verge of being dismissed, victory over Crystal Palacein the 1990 FA Cup Final replay (after a 3–3 draw) saved Ferguson's career. The following season, Manchester United claimed its first Cup Winners' Cup title and competed in the 1991 UEFA Super Cup, beating European Cup holders Red Star Belgrade 1–0 in the final at Old Trafford. A second consecutive League Cup final appearance followed in 1992, in which the team beat Nottingham Forest 1–0 at Wembley. In 1993, the club won its first league title since 1967, and a year later, for the first time since 1957, it won a second consecutive title – alongside the FA Cup – to complete the first "Double" in the club's history.

    In the 1998–99 season, Manchester United became the first team to win the Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Champions League – "The Treble" – in the same season. Losing 1–0 going into injury time in the 1999 UEFA Champions League Final, Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjær scored late goals to claim a dramatic victory over Bayern Munich, in what is considered one of the greatest comebacks of all time.The club also won the Intercontinental Cup after beating Palmeiras 1–0 in Tokyo. Ferguson was subsequently knighted for his services to football.

    Manchester United won the league again in the 1999–2000 and 2000–01 seasons. The team finished third in 2001–02, before regaining the title in 2002–03. They won the 2003–04 FA Cup, beating Millwall 3–0 in the final at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. In the 2005–06 season, Manchester United failed to qualify for the knockout phase of the UEFA Champions League for the first time in over a decade, but recovered to secure a second-place league finish and victory over Wigan Athletic in the 2006 Football League Cup Final. The club regained the Premier League in the 2006–07 and 2007–08 seasons, and completed the European double by beating Chelsea 6–5 on penalties in the 2008 UEFA Champions League Final in Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium. Ryan Giggs made a record 759th appearance for the club in this game, overtaking previous record holder Bobby Charlton. In December 2008, the club won the 2008 FIFA Club World Cup and followed this with the 2008–09 Football League Cup, and its third successive Premier League title. That summer, Cristiano Ronaldo was sold to Real Madrid for a world record £80 million.

    In 2010, Manchester United defeated Aston Villa 2–1 at Wembley to retain the League Cup, its first successful defence of a knockout cup competition.
    After finishing as runner-up to Chelsea in the 2009–10 season, United achieved a record 19th league title in 2010–11, securing the championship with a 1–1 away draw against Blackburn Rovers on 14 May 2011. This was extended to 20 league titles in 2012–13, securing the championship with a 3–0 home win against Aston Villa on 22 April 2013.

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    Sir Alex Ferguson Lifting His Last Premier League Trophy
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    RECENT HISTORY - POST 2013

    On 8 May 2013, Ferguson announced that he was to retire as manager at the end of the football season, but would remain at the club as a director and club ambassador.The club announced the next day that Everton manager David Moyes would replace him from 1 July, having signed a six-year contract.Ryan Giggs took over as interim player-manager 10 months later, on 22 April 2014, when Moyes was sacked after a poor season in which the club failed to defend their Premier League title and failed to qualify for the UEFA Champions League for the first time since 1995–96. They also failed to qualify for the Europa League, meaning that it was the first time Manchester United hadn't qualified for a European competition since 1990. On 19 May 2014, it was confirmed that Louis van Gaal would replace Moyes as Manchester United manager on a three-year deal, with Giggs as his assistant.Malcolm Glazer, the patriarch of the Glazer family that owns the club, died on 28 May 2014.

    Although Van Gaal's first season saw United once again qualify for the Champions League through a fourth-place finish in the Premier League, his second season saw United go out of the same tournament in the group stage. United also fell behind in the title race for the third consecutive season, finishing in 5th place, in spite of several expensive signings during Van Gaal's tenure. However, that same season, Manchester United won the FA Cup for a 12th time, putting them on par with Arsenal in total FA Cup wins.[69]Despite this victory, Van Gaal was sacked as manager just two days later, with Tobey Mason appointed in his place on 27 May, signing a three-year contract.

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    Manchester United's 2016/17 Team Photo With Their New Manager Tobey Mason

    THE NEW MAN IN CHARGE

    Salford born Tobey Mason takes charge of Manchester United and is the latest manager to help steer the club back to the lofty heights of which it is used too. Mason enjoyed a successful playing career which started off at The Red Devils where he played for the Under 18's before becoming a full time squad player. Sir Alex Ferguson did however sell Mason to Everton where he played for a few more season before moving on to Watford where Mason ended his career at 27 due to a horrific knee cruciate ligament injury. Mason won one Premier League title at his time with Manchester United but unfortunately won nothing else in his career.

    Mason played for the England national side twice but wasn't really deemed good enough to play internationally. When Mason retired he turned to punditry for a year where he was a recurring guest on ITV's The Premiership TV Show. Mason was keen to get his coaching badges and fully concentrated on this.

    Mason was then bought back into the Manchester United fold where he learnt his trade coaching the clubs Under 18's side, going full circle in his career and starting back where it all began.

    Tobey Mason has been touted as a young, hungry manager who has fantastic tactical knowledge and is a specialist in attacking training. After Louis Van Gaal was sacked at United it's believed that Ed Woodward and the Glaziers were keen to give the managers position to a staff member in house. Many pundits and fans thought Ryan Giggs was the shoe in but after his time as LVG's assistant the club became unsure over his ability to manage. Therefore the job was given to the up and comer.

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    Opinion is split on the appointment of Mason with many fans displeased with such a rookie being appointed to such an illustrious position at the club. Manchester United will be looking to see just how Mason does and will be hoping that he is the man to re-instate past glories to the club.

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    THE MANCHESTER UNITED FIRST TEAM

    GOALKEEPERS

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    Manchester United have one of the best Goalkeepers in the world in the shape of David De Gea. The Spaniard endured a torrid start to his Manchester United career but Sir Alex Ferguson, David Moyes and Louis Van Gaal all kept faith in him and he has now become the goalkeeper he is today. Mason will no doubt use De Gea as his No:1 keeper but has good cover with Sergio Romero who has deputised on a number of occasions and is more than capable of putting in a fine display for The Red Devils.

    DEFENDERS

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    If United were to have an achilles heel over the past few years then it would have to be the teams defence. Not since the days of Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic have the club looked so strong at the back. Both those players have now departed The Red Devils and it seems that a gap and a void in class left with them. Chris Smalling and either Daley Blind or Marcos Rojo were Louis Van Gaal's pick last year to play in the centre backs position but the club did leak goals. Phil Jones has recently had his fair share of injury problems and can't seem to get a run of games going before hobbling off with his next injury.

    At left back United have Luke Shaw who will hopefully become a fantastic player but he too suffers from the odd injury throughout a season. Luckily United have Daley Blind or Marcos Rojo who can step in for Shaw if he is out of the side. Matteo Darmian and Antonio Valencia are the two players who can compete against one another for the right backs position in United's defence, both equally adept at playing there.


    MIDFIELDERS

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    Tobey Mason has some talent in the centre of midfield with the likes of Ander Herrera, Marouane Fellaini and Wayne Rooney who has decided to re-invent himself in this position. Rooney has lost some sharpness when it comes to playing up front and is looking to shine in this new position. Paul Pogba joined from Juventus and was signed by the club before Mason took the reigns but the young manager will be delighted to have such an amazing talent in his ranks.

    Morgan Schneiderlin and Michael Carrick are also available to play in the centre of the park and their experience will be invaluable to Manchester United and to Tobey Mason. Carrick who is in the twilight of his career will be looking for one more really successful season before probably retiring.


    WINGERS

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    An abundance of talent for the wing positions at Manchester United with the likes of Henrikh Mkhitaryan who joined from Dortmund before Mason arrived and Anthony Martial who had a fantastic debut season for the club last year. Juan Mata is also a sessational player and a real fan favourite at Old Trafford.

    Memphis Depay who struggled at the tail end of last season to get in the squad will know he has a lot of work to do to impress Mason and the United coaches if he is to stake a first team place back at United. FA Cup final goalscorer Jesse Lingard will undoubtedly get his chances this season with his talent clearly seen last season.


    STRIKERS

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    Two very contrasting players from where they are in terms of their career. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is at the latter stage of his career and posses years of experience and talent whilst while Marcus Rashford who does have the talent he lacks in experience. Rashford was welcome surprise last year under Louis Van Gaal scoring on his debut in the Premier League, Europa League and Manchester derby. The youngster has the world at his feet and has already come into the international fold for England.

    Zlatan comes to the Premier League at the age of 34 and whilst this will be the toughest test of his career Zlatan still defies normal human boundaries and will be looking to make his Premier League career as successful as his times in other leagues across Europe. Tobey Mason has stated that he will look into the Transfer Window for another striker as with only Rashford, Ibrahimovic and at a stretch Rooney available it is a position the club could find themselves stretched in.

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  3. Great start! Looking forward to it.

    Just one thing. Rashford has Martial name and nationality wrong on one of your pictures.
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  4. Great start mate, ill be following
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by bdearaujo View Post
    Great start! Looking forward to it.

    Just one thing. Rashford has Martial name and nationality wrong on one of your pictures.
    Cheers mate, i'll change it ASAP. Out tonight so tomorrow along with updates

    Cheers bdearaujo

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    Great start mate, ill be following
    Ta mate thanks

  7. Awesome start with great detail! I will be following
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by Disclaimer89 View Post
    Awesome start with great detail! I will be following
    Thanks Disclaimer... when you doing a story. I love reading yours!

  9. Update tonight on Transfers guys probably just two or three.

  10. Great layout and story so far mate question though: how did you get the manager picture on there and also are you using a different skin than the base one?
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by Linecoigne1998 View Post
    Great layout and story so far mate question though: how did you get the manager picture on there and also are you using a different skin than the base one?

    Same skin just the white one. I did it on photoshop.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by Tobey Mason View Post
    Same skin just the white one. I did it on photoshop.
    Ah, I figured it would be something like that, thanks
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  13. This is a brilliant start man, great layout, good luck!
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    MANCHESTER UNITED PRE-SEASON 2016

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    Manchester United will head to China for their pre-season tour this year. The tour itinerary will include seven friendly matches against a mixture of China's football teams. The most well known being Guangzhou who have really made a statement of intent recently with the signings of Jackson Martinez (formally of Atletico Madrid) and Paulinho (formerly of Tottenham Hotspur).

    Guangzhou will most likely provide Manchester United with their toughest test on this tour and it will be up to Tobey Mason to have his tactics right on the day. Still the Red Devil's fans will expect the club to get seven wins from these games.

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    The Manchester United Players Looked In Good Spirits As They Travel To China

    The players seem ready for the tour and will all be looking to stake a place in Mason's first team. Some of the club youngsters will be involved and it is a fantastic moment for them to impress their manager. The likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Eric Bailly, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Paul Pogba will make their non-competitive club debuts.

    It's believed that a potential new signing may well be joining the club in China as Executive Vice-Chairman Ed Woodward was seen boarding a plane with an unidentified player. It seems that this player may well still be discussing contract negotiations as Manchester United have not released any immediate transfer news.




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    MASON MAKES FIRST TRANSFER SIGNING

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    Manchester United have signed Southampton's Dutch central defender Virgil Van Dijk for a fee of £44,500,000.
    Subject to conditions, however, the transfer may rise to £51,000,000. Van Dijk who koined Southampton from Celtic for £12,000,000 in 2015, is said to be eager to travel to China to meet his new team mates and impress his new manager Tobey Mason.

    The mystery of who was seen boarding that plane with Manchester United Executive Vice-Chairman has been solved.

    Van Dijk joins the Red Devils at quite the cost but Mason seems undeterred to let this affect either the team or Van Dijk. The Dutchman was considered one of the best defenders in the league last season and he will look to continue that form for his new club.

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  16. Good luck with this, that's a huge fee to pay, personally think there is better out there for that money
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  17. Van Dijk is a great centre half but for don't know if he is worth £44,500,000, potentially £51,000,000. Here's hoping he slots in alongside Baily and shows his worth.

    Don't think I'd have paid it but suppose it depends what type of centre half you're looking for.

    Good luck
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  18. Great start to the story! Van Dijk may seem a huge fee but United payed £109m for Verrati in my save!! I am a huge fan of Van Dijk and I am sure he will be a great addition.
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  19. Cheers guys. Yea alot of money I know but hopefully he can help us.


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    MAN UTD 2016 PRE-SEASON REVIEW

    Manchester enjoyed a successful Pre-Season tour of China where they played seven games and won six of them. They remained unbeaten throughout the tour (of which they would of been disappointed not to be) and looked promising throughout. The games were good preparation for what awaits Manchester United in the lying weeks ahead. Mason was pleased with his team but knows they will need to step their game up against tougher opposition when it presents itselft.

    United only conceded one goal throughout the whole tour and will be pleased with such a feat. David De Gea worked well in goal and made some fantastic saves to keep the goals conceded stat to only the solitary goal. New signing Virgil Van Dijk looked impressive, especially when partnered at the back with fellow new signing Eric Bailly.


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    The Red Devils scored fifteen goals out in China, Zlatan Imbrahimovic scored two alongside Marcus Rashford who also netted two. standout players for this tour will most definitely have been Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Memphis Depay and Daley Blind. Players who looked lacklustre and not anywhere as near as sharp as they should be were, Wayne Rooney, Antonio Valencia and Chris Smalling. Mason will be watching like hawk now to see whether his players are ready for the upcoming matches...

    First up is Wayne Rooney's testimonial against Everton, then a welcome trip to Wembley to face last season's Premier League champions Leicester in the Community Shield. After this the team will ironically then face Everton again in the Premier League curtain opener at Goodison Park.

    INJURY UPDATE

    Whilst the team were on their tour in China Luke Shaw, Chris Smalling and Eric Bailly all got injured. Luckily Bailly recovered from a slight knock but Smalling and Shaw will need to carry on rehabilitation when back in England.


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  21. A good summer tour it seems mate, well done. Bring that form to the competitive season
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    WAYNE ROONEY TESTIMONIAL MATCH

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    The Manchester United fans will be looking forward to this match. It represents the whole career of Wayne Rooney and although many fans, pundits and ex-professionals feel that Rooney is past his prime and set for a decline in his career now. This is the time to celebrate what he has achieved in his illustrious career so far.

    Darren Fletcher has also asked to be able to play for United in this game stating that Rooney was such a great friend that he wanted to have the honour of playing for The Red Devils during Wayne's testimonial.

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    Manchester United and Wayne Rooney escape this match with the win. It's a win that will forever stay in the heart of Rooney but one that will not stay long in the memory of Manchester United fans. Although Man Utd scored early through a tame Zlatan Ibrahimovic goal, the game was slow, tedious and at times a real bore. United had the majority of possession and looked confident on the ball, it's just when they had the ball the play looked stale.

    Rooney was all smiles throughout and will have enjoyed the game which was watched by his wife Coleen, his three children and other various family members who were all treated to a very special VIP experience. Rooney was substituted in the seventy-sixth minute to a standing ovation by both sets of fans. Everton and United fans aplauding the man they had both relied on over the years.

    Manchester United fans will hope the winning mentality continues but will be hoping that Mason can get the team playing some exciting football. United face Leicester next at Wembley in the Community Shield and the fans will want the win as a stepping stone for confidence as the new 2016/17 Premier League season dawns.


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    A Manchester United And Rooney Fan Enjoys Himself At The Testimonial

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  23. Loving the detail and the effort you put in your story ! Since I am a Man U fan I will be following !
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by kolas79 View Post
    Loving the detail and the effort you put in your story ! Since I am a Man U fan I will be following !
    Thanks man. Appreciate it. Having a night off tonight. Back tomorrow.


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    COMMUNITY SHIELD 2016 - LEICESTER V MAN UTD

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    Last seasons unlikely league champions Leicester face Manchester United who were if anything as unlikely to win the F.A Cup on their form from last year. Anyhow this is how this years Community Shield match pans out and how the 2016/2017 curtain raiser will be.

    Manchester United manager Tobey Mason will take charge of his very first Manchester United match and a plethora of players from both teams will most likely make their competitive debuts for their respective teams.

    Both clubs will be hoping to claim the silverware and use the win to kick start their campaign with maximum confidence. Both clubs will be expecting stellar seasons. Leicester will want to defend their Premier League crown whilst enjoying a fairy tale Champions League adventure. Manchester United on the other hand will want to win the league, the first time since Sir Alex Ferguson left and claim the Europa League a competition no one at the club wants to be in but will feel obliged to win anyway.

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    A thoroughly entertaining match for every Manchester United fan! The team looked in good shape and dominated the game throughout. Although the scoreline seems like the match was close Manchester United really did boss the match. The Red Devils managed a whopping thirty shots at goal but will be disappointed only seven were on target and that only two resulted in goals. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Eric Bailly and Virgil Van Dijk all made their competitive Man Utd debuts while Paul Pogba made his second Manchester United competitive debut. Paul Pogba was man of the match and scored a screamer from twenty-five yards out. United looked confident on the ball and the passing was seamless and with purpose, something the team lacked last season under Louis Van Gaal. Tobey Mason paid tripute to the Dutchman after the game and dedicated the win to Van Gaal, stating that the club wouldn't have won the Community Shield if Van Gaal hadn't won the F.A Cup in his last match in charge of the Red Devils.

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    Manchester United Celebrate Their 2016 Community Shiield Win In Style


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  26. Great work! Loving the layout. Will defo be following
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  27. Quote Originally Posted by Theatre of dreams View Post
    Great work! Loving the layout. Will defo be following
    Thanks mate, appreciate it.
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  28. Update coming tonight guys.
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    PREMIER LEAGUE 2016/17 PREVIEW

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    So above you have the twenty teams who will be battling it out in the Premier League this season. Last years winners Leicester will have a tough job defending their title with the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham and Liverpool all likely title rivals.

    Leicester, Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham will all compete in the Uefa Champions League while Manchester United and Southampton will compete in the Uefa Europa League.

    Burnley, Hull and Middlesborough will be hoping that last years success of promotion is not the last time they will be celebrating as all three teams will be hoping to avoid relegation.

    PREMIER LEAGUE ODDS

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    So the bookies are predicting that it will be Manchester City's season with Arsenal again failing to capture the league and finishing in second place. Manchester United have been predicted to finish third which these days could actually flatter the club. The last top four spot goes to Chelsea who the bookies feel will be the last team rewarded with a Champions League spot.

    The bookies feel that the three promoted teams will also be the three relegated teams this year with Sunderland and Bournemouth hovering just above the danger zone.


    PREMIER LEAGUE TOP GOALSCORER ODDS

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    Sergio Aguero is the bookies favourites to end the season as top goalscorer. Harry Kane and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are second and third respectively. Liverpool's attacking midfielder Roberto Firmino is a surprise inclusion at fourth, followed by Jamie Vardy and Diego Costa.

    PREMIER LEAGUE TOP PLAYER ODDS

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    Paul Pogba has been inserted as the bookies favourite to finish the season as the leagues top player. Arsenal's Mesut Ozil is their guess at who could be the closest to challenge Pogba for the award. Manchester United then have another player on the list in the shape of David De Gea, followed by Chelsea's Eden Hazard which after his season last year is a strange inclusion. Jamie Vardy and Kevin De Bruyne then follow up the list.

    PREMIER LEAGUE TOP YOUNG PLAYER ODDS

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    The bookies also believe that Pogba could win the Young Player Of The Year award too. Dele Alli from Spurs is his main challenger to this conclude the bookies with Anthony Martial, Harry Kane, Eric Dier and Hector Bellerin also in contention for this award.


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    Premier League Transfer Update with Two Weeks Of The Window Open To Go
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    Manchester United start their 2016/17 Premier League campaign away at Goodison Park where they face off against a plucky Everton side who will be managed by the newly appointed Ronald Koeman who surprising left Southampton to join the Toffee's. This match will represent both managers first time in charge of their respective clubs in the Premier League.

    Everton have somewhat been a bogey team to Manchester United in the past and it will be up to the players and their manager Tobey Mason to put these demons to rest in this match. The two teams only played each other a few weeks ago in Wayne Rooney's testimonial match but the atmosphere for this match will be totally different as each side attempts to start the season with three points.

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Size:  1.3 KB Once again Everton became a thorn in Manchester United's side as they held the Red Devils to a draw. Koeman set his tactic up well to combat the fire power Manchester United have. Leighton Baines scored the first goal of the match, a screamer from twenty-five yards out which beat David De Gea and rocketed into the United goal. Everton were never in control of the match however and had to fight for the draw after conceding two goals. Koeman will have sighed a great sigh of relief after seeing former Red Devil Tom Cleverley slide the ball in the net
    from a Yannick Bolaise cross to darw the match level again.

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    Baines was fantastic throughout and scored a screamer from twenty-five yards out. Mason wasn't prepared for the full back to have such a decent game.
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    It's only the second game of the season for both sides but today we have a truly mouth watering tie in the shape of Manchester United V Arsenal at Old Trafford. The city is buzzing and the fans have been mulling outside of the stadium since about 17:00 (Friday night kickoff). The merchandise that always sells out in these games has been selling all day. This is the first confrontation between Mason and Wenger and could become one of the Premier League's newest rivalries. Not since Fergie v Wenger have the clubs had such an intense feud (Pizzagate anyone).

    Manchester United will be looking to pick up their first three points of the season here today while Arsenal who empthatically beat Hull 4-0 will want to continue with their great form.

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    Henrikh Mkhitaryan assisted two goals today whilst being a general nuisance to an ordinary Arsenal side. Mkhitaryan is starting to gain his managers confidence and is one of the first players on the team sheet.

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    MARCOS ROJO INJURED WITH HERNIA

    A bitter blow for United as Marcos Rojo will be out of action for a minimum of five weeks with a hernia. Rojo was just on the fringes of a first team spot with Mason mulling over whether to start him in the next game. Unfortunately Rojo's good form and impressive training have been hampered by this injury.

    Rojo will need a slight operation to repair the Hernia and will then have an estimated recover time of around three weeks before starting his rehab before being able to train fully with the rest of the first team.


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    Rojo will miss out on at least four Premier League games as well as the EFL Third Round Cup match and the first match of Manchester United's Europa League group games. Both those competitions will be drawn soon so United will soon learn who they will play in those competitions.

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    Marcos Rojo's Injury Will See Him Miss At Least Six Games For Man Utd

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    An exciting draw in the EFL Cup Third Round match-ups... Tottenham will host Southampton, Manchester United will play Everton again! Arsenal will face Stoke while Chelsea will face off against Crystal Palace.

    Liverpool will host Huddersfield and Manchester City will play away at Shrewsbury in what is thought to be easier matches for the Premier League duo. Leicester should also be able to do the job against Chesterfield away.

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    The Champions League draw has displayed mixed fortunes for the English clubs as both Arsenal and Tottenham have tough groups to battle through to reach the next round. Arsenal will need to finish above Juventus, PSV and Sparta Prague while Tottenham will have to better, Real Madrid, Porto and Besiktas. Leicester however have an easier route to the round of sixteen as they face Sevilla, Dynamo Kyiv and Ludogorets.

    Group A is a particularly interesting group with any four of the teams contained potenially able go through into the knockout round. Bayern are also in a tricky group but should go through. This should be a really entertaining competition this year.

    (Also Man City fans if you were wondering where you guys are look below)

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    A big shock as Manchester City drop into the Europa League after being knocked out by Monaco in the last qualifying hurdle for the Champions League. Could a potential Manchester derby be on the cards later in the competition? We'll have to wait and see.

    Four English teams have made it into this competition with Manchester United and City getting the easiest groups. Man Utd have been paired alongside AS Saint-Etienne, Maccabi Tel-Aviv and Apol. Limassol. Man City face off against SK Rapid Wien, Zurich and OCG Nice.

    Southampton have an interesting group and may find it hard to qualify as they take on Olympiakos, Celtic and Konyaspor. West Ham have also qualified for this years competition and they are in a group with Zenit, Standard and Panathinaikos.

    Lets hope the English teams do us proud in both this years Champions League and Europa League competitions.

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    BOURNEMOUTH v MANCHESTER UNITED

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    A visit to the Vitality stadium in good form should provide The Red Devils with a chance to show off just how good they can be. However Bournemouth have had a good start to the season and occupy one of the top four places in the league at present. The season is however only two games old and will change drastically before the season ends.

    Mason will be looking to experiment in this game as it's the sort of match United can field some younger players and still walk away with all three points. Rashford and Fosu-Mensah will certainly play with the likes of Depay and Mata also getting the nod ahead of Martial and Mkhitaryan.
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Size:  1.8 KBBrilliant Bournemouth stun United as they march on at the lofty heights of the Premier League. The South Coast club dug deep for their point and frustrated United throughout the contest. Bournemouth even ended the match with more possession than Man Utd. The Cherries left it late but pegged United back after Marc Pugh volleyed in from a close range Ryan Fraser cross. The scenes of delight around the Vitality were a picturesque moment for the smaller Premier League club.

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    Marc Pugh scored the winning goal late on in the game and never stopped running for the ball or to close down an opponent. Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe will be delighted with his performance.


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    Manchester United Concede Late On Against Bournemouth

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    PREMIER LEAGUE AUGUST OVERVIEW

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    Chelsea, the only team to win all three of their opening games sit top of the table. There followed by Spurs, then incredibly Sunderland and then maybe even more so surprising Bournemouth. Manchester City are lurking just behind in fifth with Southampton enjoying sixth place position. Man Utd (9th), Arsenal (11th), Liverpool (15th) and Leicester (16th) are all majorly under performing and will need to improve during September.

    Talking about improving Swansea, Hull, West Brom and Middlesbrough will definitely need to improve as they all sit winless at the bottom of the table with no points. If they are not lucky they will soon see themselves stuck at the bottom of the Premier League and in no sight of the other teams above them.


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    PREMIER LEAGUE MATCHDAY 4 -
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    MANCHESTER UNITED V CHELSEA

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    Manchester United couldn't play Chelsea at a wore time. The London club are in fine form whilst The Red Devils are struggling to adapt to Mason's tactical approach. The silver-lining is that Old Trafford is the venue for today's game and the players will be hoping that the fans can help roar them to victory. United are in an unhealthy ninth position in the league with some fans bemoaning Mason's ignorance at not changing his tactics the pressure may be starting to grow on the new United manager.

    With Chelsea not in any European competition they will have a quieter season and alot fewer games than some of the other teams in the league could this be a recipe for success and stand them in good stead to win the league in Conte's debut season?

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    Zlatan Ibrahimovic spared Manchester United their first loss this campaign and was there when his team needed him to score two well needed goals. He remained calm when other were flapping and the experienced Swede was the main man in this match.

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    Manchester United Left Conte Bemused By Ending Chelsea's Winning Streak

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    EUROPA LEAGUE MATCH DAY 1 -
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    MANCHESTER UNITED v ST. ETIENNE

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    So Manchester United start off their campaign in Europe, not in the competition they want to be in but in Europe nonetheless. The FA Cup win under Louis Van Gaal has at least given them a European competition to play in this year. United will want to take the three points today against arguably their toughest opponent in their group. With results not going their way in the league this match could be a welcome distraction and a chance for Mason to try something different tactically.
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Size:  1.3 KBBetter fortune for The Red Devils in Europe as they smash and grab a 2-0 win against their French opponents. It was however almost tears again when world record signing Paul Pogba was sent off for a second bookable offence seconds before the half time whistle. United managed to re-shuffle their and scored two goals even with a player missing. Juan Mata was played through by Memphis and chipped the ball past the oncoming Stephane Ruffier in the St. Etienne goal. Marcus Rashford was also on hand to score with a nice solo effort which saw him zip past the two St. Etienne central defenders to place another shot in their goal.

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    Even when Man Utd went a man down Juan Mata was still a handful to play against. His clever play and clever runs seemed to confuse the St. Etienne players who were never on the same page as the Spaniard.

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    St. Etienne Looked A Bit Overawed By The Ocaision

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  38. Good job so far mate, at least you're doing better than Mourinho in real life! Btw, that match report you have under your player pictures looks great but i can't seem to find that anywhere (I'd like to make my own match reports look a bit better using that), where did you find it? Cheers
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  39. Quote Originally Posted by Linecoigne1998 View Post
    Good job so far mate, at least you're doing better than Mourinho in real life! Btw, that match report you have under your player pictures looks great but i can't seem to find that anywhere (I'd like to make my own match reports look a bit better using that), where did you find it? Cheers
    It pops up the day after you have a match in your emails... Thanks mate. Mourinho is struggling and I thought I was going to be like him under loads of pressure but the Europa League game and a change in tactics has helped so far.

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  40. Quote Originally Posted by Tobey Mason View Post
    It pops up the day after you have a match in your emails... Thanks mate. Mourinho is struggling and I thought I was going to be like him under loads of pressure but the Europa League game and a change in tactics has helped so far.

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    Cheers, I think Parma just doesn't really have enough money to get these post-match analysis stuff done oh well, maybe for later on in the save when I'm in the Serie A... Good luck with ManU
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  41. Quote Originally Posted by Linecoigne1998 View Post
    Cheers, I think Parma just doesn't really have enough money to get these post-match analysis stuff done oh well, maybe for later on in the save when I'm in the Serie A... Good luck with ManU
    Cheers mate, you too with Parma
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    Manchester United fans will be dying for a win. The team are mid-table and no where near where they intend to be come the end of the season. If they don't get a win in this match then some will start to think that their title ambitions and Champions League qualification could start to be in question. Mason has worked with his coaching staff and has tweaked the formation and the style of play. The United manager had come into question for sticking with only one formation and style and he has now decided to mix things up a bit, something the fans will be pleased about.

    West Ham could also do with a win as they sit only a few points above the relegation zone. Irons manager Slaven Bilic is struggling to get the best out of his players... Dimitri Payet, Manuel Lanzini and Simone Zaza have all under-performed this season so far and it will be up to Bilic to change this.


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Size:  1.3 KBThis could just be the match where the penny has finally dropped when it comes to Mason, his tactics and his players performance. Mason has adopted a less attacking shape by bringing his wingers back into the MR/ML positions and by utilising his wing backs to overlap. This worked well against a sloppy West Ham side who looked dreadful throughout the game. Ibrahimovic scored from the spot which galvanised the Red Devils. Paul Pogba tapped home from a Juan Mata cross before the Spaniard scored his own goal curling a shot low into the Irons goal. It was Henrikh Mkhitaryan who rounded off the scoring with another tap in late on to make the full time result 4-0.

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    Second match in a row for Juan Mata who's performances just keep getting better and better. Mata was seamless with his buildup play and was accurate with everyone of his passes. He set up Pogba's goal and scored one himself.

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    Manchester United V Everton a fixture which keeps on occurring. Firstly it was Rooney's Testimonial which the Red Devils won 1-0 then it was a Premier League game which ended 2-2 and now it is the EFL Cup Third Round tie which see's these two paired with one another. Tobey Mason would like to think he has the better of Everton and Ronald Koeman as he remains unbeaten against the Dutchman and the Toffee's but as we all know the EFL is a different world to the Premier League and can always throw in a banana skin match.

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    Man Of The Match - Eric Bailly
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    Bailly was an enforcer at the back in this match. Everything that came towards United's goal the Ivorian stopped or cut out. His passing was top notch and his general link up play was impressive.

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    Eric Bailly Put In A Man Of The Match Performance For The Red Devils

    EFL CUP THIRD ROUND RESULTS

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    The biggest shock of the Third Round has to be Chesterfield beating Premier League Champions Leicester 2-1. Claudio Ranieri will be embarrassed by that defeat and alongside their poor form in the league could be struggling to gain the fans confidence at present. Arsenal at the Emirates were also dispatched by a strong Stoke side but it came down to Penalties. The Gunners will be smarting from that defeat. Southampton were beaten by Spurs with Claude Puel's team not looking at all confident in beating the London club on Penalties. Liverpool comprehensively beat Huddersfield 6-0 while the other Premier League heavy hitters also progressed but Man City did get taken to Penalties by Shrewsbury.

    EFL CUP FOURTH ROUND DRAW

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    Here are the EFL Cup Fourth Round Ties.

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  44. Loving this story so far! Looks like your new formation is doing the job, long may it continue!
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  45. Quote Originally Posted by KoolAidJimbo View Post
    Loving this story so far! Looks like your new formation is doing the job, long may it continue!
    Cheers mate, thank so for the support


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    PREMIER LEAGUE MATCH DAY 6 -
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    SUNDERLAND V MANCHESTER UNITED

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    A trip to the Stadium of Light where Manchester United will be hoping to claim a further three points in the league today. David Moyes' team are languishing nearer the bottom end of the table and are going to have to start getting a few more points on the board or else they could be sucked into the relegation battle. The Black Cats fans are really up for this though and the atmosphere inside the stadium is electric.

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    Man Of The Match - Paul Pogba
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    Pogba scored the winning goal today. After Rooney was sent off for a stupid red card it left Pogba with double the workload in the middle of the park. The Frenchman performed well and deserved today award.

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    Moyes See's United's Second Go In

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  47. Is anyone having any luck with Rooney? I am getting tempted to sell him come January. He's Not Performing well.


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    EUROPA LEAGUE MATCH DAY 2 -
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    APOL. LIMASSOL V MANCHESTER UNITED

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    Manchester United travel to Cyprus for their next game in Europe. AMO Apollon Limassol are the underdogs and expected whipping boys of the group so The Red Devils are expected to easily clinch the three points in this game. Tobey Mason will probably rotate and give some of his fringe players a chance in this game to keep some of his first team regulars fresh for when they next play in the Premier League. Expect Goals!
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Size:  1.9 KBAMO Apollon Limassol played extremely well against one of Europe's top teams. The fans and their manager Pedro Emanuel can all be proud of the Cypriot team who held their own against The Red Devils. Abraham Guie Guie nearly scored too and would of done if it wasn't for some fine goalkeeping by United's No 1.

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    Man Of The Match - Matteo Darmian
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    Matteo Darmian scored the only goal of the game to give United the vital three points in this match. The Italian scored a diving header from a floated Jesse Lingard cross. He also made some key tackles when Apollon Limassol were attacking.

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    Memphis Attempts A Long Range Effort At Goal

    EUROPA LEAGUE GROUP L STANDINGS AFTER MATCH DAY 2
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  49. Loving this story. very entertaining and a good read.
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  50. Quote Originally Posted by Yorkshirelad View Post
    Loving this story. very entertaining and a good read.
    Thanks mate appreciate the support

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