BPF regular Ger McCarthy wears his heart on his sleeve as the Luka Modric transfer saga continues.
Posts Tagged ‘Man Utd’
It’s been a summer of change for Manchester United with a changing of the guard and a look towrards youth.
Ger McCarthy of Back Page Football and Hold the Back Page fame preview this week’s Champions League clash between Schalke and Man Utd.
Chelsea and Manchester United clash in a titanic all-English Champions League quarter final on Wednesday night while Barcelona host Shakthar Donetsk at the Camp Nou.
Manchester United, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid qualified for quarter finals of the 2011 Champions League following an exciting week’s action which saw the Round of 16 completed.
BPF’s resident United fan, and regular match-goer Ed Diggins lists his top ten wishes for his beloved club in 2010. 1 – LUHG. Love United Hate Glazer. Last week’s financial statements has caused mayhem amongst united fans everywhere. While I never for once will believe that United will ever enter total Financial trouble, as the […]
Jamie Carragher celebrates his 600th game for Liverpool down south at chilly Portsmouth, Arsenal host Hull at the Emirates and Chelsea clash with West Ham in the London derby in the final gameweek before Christmas. Defender Jamie Carragher is set for his 600th appearance for Liverpool against Portsmouth on Saturday, becoming only the ninth player […]
As the lead at the top narrows, Everton will look to do Manchester Utd a favour as they travel to Stamford Bridge, and Utd host Aston Villa at Old Trafford. Arsenal could drop out of the top four by the end of the weekend if they fail in their trip to Merseyside against a bolstered […]
After two weeks of controversial World Cup Qualifiers and horse placenta injections we’re back to the Premier League grindstone as Liverpool kick off the weekend against Man City, United play Everton and Sunderland host Arsenal. Liverpool v Manchester City 12:45, Anfield With just one win in their last five, Liverpool host Man City at Anfield […]
Hi, I’m Ed Diggins. I follow Manchester United religiously, and this column is about my trips to their games. I hope to write one on every game I go to, which is about eighteen or twenty matches a season. My first game of the season was Sunday’s league opener against Birmingham which, to say the […]