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The Cockney Red

A London born and bred red; I have been 'following the trawler' all the way to Old Trafford since I was 10, and from the first moment he saw 'Le Roi' flick his collar, I knew that's where he belonged. I'm now a 23-year-old graduate from Queen Mary's University of London and an aspiring journalist, with my critical United blog - When the Seagull's Follow The Trawler...' (cockney-red.blogspot.com) - being featured on NewsNow, as well as being recognised as a recommended link by key Manchester United blog-site: www.Republikofmancunia.org.

Was Ferguson’s Team Selection Really At Fault?

Alot has been made about Fergie's dramatic change in personnel from the League draw at Goodison Park on Saturday to the Champions League game...

Shhh! As Wazza and Bebe Shine on International Duty

Ahh the football international. A time where the worlds greats can showcase their talent by proudly representing their countries and putting their bitter club...

Review: Fulham 2-2 Manchester United

The thought going into yesterdays game at Craven Cottage – a place we haven’t had a League win for three seasons – was that...

Can Liverpool Do Us A Favour As ‘Squeaky Bum Time’ Goes Into Overload?

If someone said to me at the beginning of the season that we would have to rely on Liverpool to help us win the...

United 1-2 Chelsea

If there is one thing the great Sir Alex knows how to do, it is to rise to the occasion and win trophies when...

United’s win only proves that Liverpool overachieved last season

Let’s face it, Liverpool, in the year (THEIR year) that they were supposed to halt United’s title no.19, have been nothing short of shocking. But...

United 3-0 Fulham – Match Report

You felt that a game like this – starting off slowly and massively frustrating us for the entirety of the first 45 minutes –...

Wolves 0 – 1 United

1-0 up with just under 20 minutes to go; yet the way the game was ending – with Wolves pressing and United failing to...

United and Rooney disappoint against awesome Everton

As has regularly been the case for United this season, all eyes were on Rooney; our most important player, our most improved player and...

An Emirates Masterpiece, Part II

Earlier in the week, after we gave by far our most determined, outstanding and tactically superior performance of the season, it got me a...

Manchester United 4-0 Hull City – protests mark the day

There was a strange air about Old Trafford yesterday. I missed the Burnley game last weekend and so for me this was my first...

United 1-2 City. Carling Cup Semi-Final 1st Leg

At full-time, this one hurt. It’s easy to be defiant about it now; claiming we were robbed with the penalty that should have only been...