Manchester United

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As a club, Manchester United has a history and tradition of having faith in homegrown talent and giving youth a chance. This is the foundation upon which the club was built, started by Sir Matt Busby who won the First Division in 1956 with a squad the average age of just 22 years. The media dubbed his squad the 'Busby Babes' and that generation of players has laid the foundation for what the club believes in and stands for today.

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Photo: Danish goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard (Getty Images)


Danish goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard has risked facing the wrath of manager Louis van Gaal after he missed watching ‘El Classico’ with his teammates. The Dutch master tactician revealed that 17 of his 18 man squad to face Chelsea were seen watching the clash between Real Madrid and Barcelona but refused to name the missing player. However, English newspaper Daily Mail broke the news that the missing player was indeed Lindegaard who was signed by Sir Alex Ferguson in January 2011.

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With two home wins in their last two games at Old Trafford, Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United hopes to make it three home wins in-a-row as they welcome Jose Mourinho and Chelsea to the North West. Having dropped out of the top four due to their draw on Monday at West Brom, the Red Devils will be looking to seal three big points this Sunday in their toughest test of the season.

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Photo:Yaya Toure battles Paulinho for possession of the ball (Getty Images)



The Barclays Premier League (BPL) returns on Saturday after the international break with a mouth-watering clash between champions Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur. City will be hoping to make it three wins on the trot as they look to keep pace with Chelsea at the top of the standings. The Citizens sit in second place on 14 points, 5 behind leaders.

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After six rounds of games in the Barclays Premier League it is so close that 3rd placed Manchester City lead 12th placed Leicester City by only 3 points. Based on this weekend’s fixtures we could be in for another wild swing in the tables as some big names come head to head.

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The international break is over and all eyes are now set on the weekend fixtures of the Barclays Premier League. There are a few exciting clashes coming up while there are many players who will be stepping out onto a pitch in England for the first time. Exciting times are ahead in perhaps the most competitive league in the world with teams fighting for points as they try to improve on their early season form.

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For over two decades the Old Trafford faithful has witnessed one man, Sir Alex Ferguson, running things in the dugout and replacing such an icon was always going to be tough. David Moyes was the‘Chosen One’ but failed miserably to keep Manchester United competitive and ended finishing 7th last season. It was shocking to the football world as the Red Devils failed to secure Champions League Football and faced a tough challenge of recruiting top players to the club.

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Photo: Barclays Premier League Trophy (Football Tipsters UK)

A new season is upon us in the most exciting and perhaps the most watched football league in the world. The Barclays Premier League kicks off a new season with defending champions Manchester City hoping to successfully defend their title. As they found out in the 2012/2013 season, defending the title is twice as hard as winning it and they will be pushed by the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United all the way until next May.