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Republik Of Mancunia - Sun Dec 31 7:04 PM
Ashley Young has been retrospectively banned for three games following an elbow in Manchester United’s 0-0 draw against Southampton. This means he will miss tomorrow’s game against Everton, as well as the FA Cup game against Derby and league game against Stoke at Old Trafford.
Republik Of Mancunia - Sun Dec 31 2:30 PM
When reflecting on 2017, there have been some great highs for Manchester United, as well as some embarrassing lows. We’ve won trophies, we’ve beaten tough opponents, we’ve seen academy graduates do the business in the first team, yet we’ve also been beaten by our rivals and failed to win games we...
Republik Of Mancunia - Sun Dec 31 1:45 PM
Just over a year ago, Jurgen Klopp was very critical of Manchester United spending £89m on Paul Pogba, and went as far as saying he would leave football if his club were doing the same thing. After Liverpool have spent £75m on defender Virgil van Dijk, Klopp has been left red-faced. Speaking at H...
Republik Of Mancunia - Sun Dec 31 1:00 PM
Honourable mentions for Paul Pogba who emerged from the pressure of being the most expensive player in the world to score in the Europa League final and dominate the games he was available for the first half of the 2017-18 season. Also for Antonio Valencia who has been a great example as captain...
Republik Of Mancunia - Sun Dec 31 11:30 AM
Honourable mentions for Zlatan Ibrahimovic who scored a great late header to win us the EFL Cup in February. Also to Jesse Lingard for the first of two goals against Arsenal, courtesy of a lovely assist from Anthony Martial. But the winner is Antonio Valencia for his thunderbolt strike against Ev...
Republik Of Mancunia - Sun Dec 31 10:30 AM
Romelu Lukaku should have scored against Southampton on Saturday before going off with a head injury. If he’d scored, would he have celebrated? When he scored the winner against Bournemouth he didn’t and when he scored the opening goal against West Brom, a club he had spent time on loan with, he...
Republik Of Mancunia - Sun Dec 31 9:30 AM
Honourable mentions for 3-1 against Arsenal with goals from Antonio Valencia and Jesse Lingard, as well as a masterclass between the sticks from David de Gea. Also the 2-0 win against Chelsea in April when we totally outplayed the champions elect and prevented them from having a single shot on ta...
Republik Of Mancunia - Sat Dec 30 8:18 PM
Manchester United’s winless run in the league continued after a goalless draw at Old Trafford with Southampton and contributing writer, Nathan Quao, of Citi Sports, Ghana points out the main highlights of the match. No creativity at all This may sound like a broken record like once again but the...
Republik Of Mancunia - Sat Dec 30 5:34 PM
De Gea, Young, Shaw, Lindelof, Jones, Pogba, Matic, Mata, Lingard, Mkhitaryan, Lukaku.
Republik Of Mancunia - Sat Dec 30 9:30 AM
Jamie Carragher’s weekly column in The Telegraph this week rips Jose Mourinho apart and more or less hails Pep Guardiola as football’s modern day messiah. Mourinho is by no means perfect. Maybe arguments about his methods being outdated have some truth to them. United fans aren’t enamoured by him...
Republik Of Mancunia - Fri Dec 29 2:28 PM
Scott writes for Pick Premier League about why Mourinho’s comments on money are correct even if he won’t be listened to. Scott writes for Paddy Power about how Lingard’s stats outshine the best players in his position in the league. The Guardian talks to Rhian Brewster about the racism he’s faced...
Republik Of Mancunia - Fri Dec 29 12:58 PM
Following Manchester United’s purchase of Paul Pogba for £89 million, Jurgen Klopp took a holier than thou approach to big spending in his next press conference. Klopp claimed that he would leave football management if ever he was at a club that spent such huge sums of money on one player because...
Republik Of Mancunia - Tue Dec 26 6:06 PM
Manchester United came back from 2-0 down at get a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford in their match against Burnley on Boxing Day. Jesse Lingard got the goals for the Red Devils while Ashley Barnes and Steven Defour scored for the Clarets. Contributing writer, Nathan Quao, of Citi Sports, Accra, Ghana not...
Republik Of Mancunia - Tue Dec 26 2:04 PM
De Gea, Young, Jones, Rojo, Shaw, Matic, Pogba, Mata, Ibrahimovic, Rashford, Lukaku. Subs: Romero, Blind, Lindelof, Tuanzebe, Herrera, Mkhitaryan, Lingard.
Republik Of Mancunia - Mon Dec 25 9:46 AM
Happy Christmas to all RoM readers. Have a good one!