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Cleverley returns for Baggies clash

March 10, 2012 Tags: , Matches 126 comments

Midfielder Tom Cleverley returns to Sir Alex Ferguson’s starting squad for Sunday’s clash with West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford. The 22-year-old has missed most of the campaign with an injury to his left ankle, although the latest knock, which kept the midfielder out of matches against Norwich City, Tottenham Hotspur and Athletic Bilbao, was to the right. But Cleverley’s return for the clash with Roy Hodgson’s Midlanders offers Ferguson additional options as Manchester United looks to bounce back from European defeat on Thursday night.

The 3-2 home loss to Athletic  came amid the backdrop of some truly calamitous defending – a scenario that Ferguson knows his side must not repeat against in-form West Brom at Old Trafford. Hodgson’s side has won three on the spin, including a victory over Chelsea last weekend, and a thumping 5-1 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Indeed, Ferguson must balance the need to select a strong side against Athletic in Bilbao on Thursday, if United is to progress in the Europa League, with the challenge of maintaining the domestic pursuit of Manchester City.

“We’ve got to recover from the Bilbao defeat,” said the United manager.

“At this moment we are finding it difficult to balance the two together, playing Thursday-Sunday. We are ­finding it more difficult than we thought. We are finding it more difficult than playing Wednesday-Saturday in the Champions League. We don’t know why it is, but it seems that way. We are not used to it, ­obviously, and to marry the two together we need a big squad of players.

“It definitely looks like the title is a two-horse race and I don’t think either of us is going to drop a lot of points, but points will be dropped and if we were to drop points it would be crucial – for either team.

“The players know the challenge is there and we have a great opportunity to kick on after the great result at Spurs and hopefully we’ll manage to do that.”

Cleverley is unlikely to start, with Paul Scholes set to return alongside Michael Carrick in central midfield, but Ferguson will be delighted with the youngster’s latest comeback. Cleverley started the season brightly before injury struck in September. Should Anderson suffer no ill reaction to half an hour against Athletic on Thursday, the Brazilian could also make the bench.

Meanwhile, in attack Danny Welbeck is likely to come back into Ferguson’s side for Javier Hernández, with the Mexican starting the defeat to Athletic. Most surprisingly,
French youngster Paul Pogba is set to return to Ferguson’s squad after being left out in recent weeks – it will fuel new speculation that the 18-year-old has signed a contract with the club, despite strong rumours he had agreed a summer move to Juventus.

“I think Tom will be involved. Obviously the problem when you have players out for such a long time is when you can get them back into the fray. For instance, Ando played for half an hour and it was a good half-hour for him as he’d not played for two months. We’ll have to look at that issue. I imagine he’ll be doubtful for Sunday.

“I’ll make one or two changes. Scholes is available and so are Nani and Rio Ferdinand to get the freshness back in. I will maybe gamble with a couple on Sunday for Thursday’s game. West Brom are in a bit of form. But we’re at home and we’re expected to win our games at home and hopefully we can put [Thursday’s] result behind us.”

Manchester United versus West Bromwich Albion, Premier League, Old Trafford, 11 March 2012, 2pm.Defeat to Athletic was the most calamitous of an awful European season for United. In five home matches United has won just once, and that came against Romainian side Oţelul Galaţi. Poor form at home has cost United points domestically too, with Blackburn Rovers and City beating the Reds at Old Trafford already this season.

This points to a difficult fixture for Ferguson’s side, with West Brom excelling on the road this season – only City and United has a better away record than the Midlands outfit in the current campaign.

Meanwhile, Carrick, who has been in superb form since returning to the side in November, says that United must now focus if the Reds’ are to claim a 20th domestic title in May.

“Just because we have come through a tough two months doesn’t mean we will sail through the next two nicely,” Carrick told Sky Sports.

“We are not getting carried away and we are not taking anything for granted. We know how quickly it can come back and bite us. Since I have been here, we have always been up against someone, whether that is two teams or three. With it being City and so local, it does develop into something different. At the same time it is about winning games and focusing on ourselves.”

The visitors arrive in fine form and captain Chris Brunt could make a first start for the Baggies in two months after recovering from a broken foot. Billy Jones should be fit to start at right-back, but Jerome Thomas is struggling with a hamstring injury and is set to miss out.

Manager Hodgson praised his side for winning three in a row, but has challenged the Midlanders to come up with a ‘coming of age’ result in Manchester. As Ajax, Athletic, Blackburn and City have found out this season, Old Trafford is no longer the fortress it once was.

“We all understand how difficult three straight wins in the Barclays Premier League is,” said the former Liverpool manager.

“When you get that situation you really have to enjoy it and be very happy about it – but at the same time make sure it doesn’t lead to any complacency. There is no good winning three in a row if you then lose three in a row. We need to try and keep those points coming in.

“It’s going to be a very tough ask at Old Trafford, as it is for any club going there. But at least we go there with some wind in our sails. If you can back a good result up with another very good result against a top team, it would be a sort of coming of age result for us.”

Defeat is a result United supporters, players and managers cannot countenance. With just 11 fixtures remaining in the Premier League, and United two points adrift of City in the title race, there is now little room for error. History is on United’s side though – West Brom has never beaten the Reds in the Premier League, and not secured a victory over Manchester’s finest since a 2-0 home win in March 1984.

Ferguson and players will know this is no time to change that pattern of results.

Match details
Manchester United versus West Bromwich Albion, Premier League, Old Trafford, 11 March 2012, 2pm.

Potential Line-ups
United (4-4-1-1): de Gea; Jones, Ferdinand, Evans, Evra; Nani, Scholes, Carrick, Young; Rooney; Welbeck. Subs from: Amos, Rafael, Fabio, Smalling, Giggs, Park, Anderson, Cleverley, Pogba, Hernández, Berbatov, Owen.

West Brom (4-5-1): Foster; Jones, McAuley, Olsson, Ridgewell; Odemwingie, Andrews, Mulumbu, Morrison, Brunt; Fortune. Subs from: Reid, Tamas, Long, Fulop, Shorey, Dorrans, Long, Cox

Form
United: WDWLWL
West Brom: LDLWWW

Match Stats

  • Manchester United kept to within two points of league leaders Manchester City with a 3-1 victory over Tottenham Hotpsur last weekend – Wayne Rooney’s 18th goal of the season and two from Ashley Young secured the points;
  • Young’s goals took his total for the season to four in the Premier League goals from 34 shots at goal with 71 per cent on target. His brace against Spurs catapulted the 26-year-old back into the EA SPORTS Player Performance Index top 100;
  • Meanwhile, Rooney’s goals have come from 95 shots at goal with 65 per cent on target;
  • Once again Michael Carrick covered the most ground for United, with 6.02 miles – it was the sixth time in a row the Geordie has covered the most ground for the Reds;
  • United’s evergreen midfielder Paul Scholes has not looked out of place since returning to the Premier League in January, and has completed 208 passes in his opponent’s half so far this season, averaging one every 2 minutes 15 seconds. Scholes is the second most prolific passer of the ball in the Premier League discounting those who have played fewer than 100 passes this season;
  • Visitors West Brom sealed the end of Andre Villas Boas’ reign at Chelsea with a 1-0 victory at the Hawthorns last weekend;
  • Gareth McAuley’s late goal earned the Baggies three points, lifted Roy Hodgson’s side to ninth place in the Premier League;
  • McAukley’s goal was his second in the Premier League this season, coming from an efficient eight shots at goal;
  • Youssuf Mulumbu covered the most ground for West Brom in that game with 6.32 miles.Officials

Officials
Referee: Lee Probert (South Gloucestershire)
Assistants: D Richardson, W Smallwood
Fourth Official: C Foy

126 comments

dozer - March 10, 2012 Reply

Europa obviously will be second priority, we must play our strongest team
DDG
Fabio, Rio, Evans, Evra
Nani, Scholes, Carrick, Young
Rooney, Hernandez
Cleverley and Anderson can be tried on for the Europa clash. Oh and Jones is a liability and shouldn’t play this season. It’s harsh but this is the business end of the season, let the best team pick itself really.

Sir Ryan Giggs? No no no. Sir Paul Scholes say.

OlaTop - March 11, 2012 Reply

U are right dozer

Twisted Blood - March 11, 2012 Reply

I know Carrick has been playing out of his skin, but if Cleverly and Ando could rediscover the magic they had in Aug-Sept., I’d go with that CM pairing. I’m not sure what it was, but Ando seemed twice the player with TC23 beside him. Kind of like the effect Paul Scoles has on, well, everyone he ever played with!

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Agree with Paul, I fear a draw

Ando is also gonna play, int he

19 and Counting - March 11, 2012 Reply

dozer said:
Europa obviously will be second priority, we must play our strongest team
DDG
Fabio, Rio, Evans, Evra
Nani, Scholes, Carrick, Young
Rooney, Hernandez

Cleverley and Anderson can be tried on for the Europa clash. Oh and Jones is a liability and shouldn’t play this season. It’s harsh but this is the business end of the season, let the best team pick itself really.

When was the last time we saw Fabio? Is he alive? And Welbeck will replace Hernandez – you can bet on that. Where’s Berba? Seems a few of our players have gone AWOL.

dinno - March 11, 2012 Reply

obviously we need 2 win dis game as i for see draw wen city takes on swancea,saf needs to rest jones and start rafel,i predict 3 0 as nani and rooney on target

Gabagool - March 11, 2012 Reply

How far away is Tony V from returning? We need him back and firing big time.
Everyone’s talking up how we’ve got the easier run in than city, I dunno about that… There’s a few banana skins in there, this being one of them, and I reckon it’s tougher playing the bottom few clubs fighting for their survival than a 7th or 8th placed team with nothing to play for. Need to be switched on today or it could get tricky.

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

i think sweet pea needs to come on as sub
welbeck and rooney to start
bring back berba – he can provide some quality up front too if required
hardish game but they will all be with the pressure but i think united will have enough to get a result

ghost - March 11, 2012 Reply

DDG – Jones, Rio, Evans, Evra – Young, Carrick, Scholes, Welbeck – Rooney, Chicharito

Bench: Amos, Rafael, Pogba, Park, Giggs, Cleverley, Berba

ltel - March 11, 2012 Reply

pogba on the bench is a good sign… attacking team.. should stroll this.. then again

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Welbeck out wide to accommodate Hernandez by the looks of it

Knob won’t like that

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

sidney said:
Welbeck out wide to accommodate Hernandez by the looks of it

Knob won’t like that

knob doesn’t like a lot of things at united…

ltel - March 11, 2012 Reply

why is jones at rb when we have both twins that can play there..

Mongoletsi - March 12, 2012 Reply

// why is jones at rb when we have both twins that can play there.. //

Because the twins aren’t good enough to be Utd fullbacks, at least not yet. Jones has been a bit ropey for a while but I still think he’s more solid defensively than the twins.

On a related note; Evans… transformed. Redeemed?

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

ltel said:
why is jones at rb when we have both twins that can play there..

only knobhead knows the answer

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

no radio commentary on any usual station either

Alfonso Bedoya - March 11, 2012 Reply

sidney said:
Welbeck out wide to accommodate Hernandez by the looks of it

Knob won’t like that

What’s wrong with Nani?

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

strong attacking line up.

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

Alfonso Bedoya said:
What’s wrong with Nani?

resting on his new contract

JayJ - March 11, 2012 Reply

Why is Pogba on the bench?! Thought he was going?

Spudiator - March 11, 2012 Reply

han said:
no radio commentary on any usual station either

It’s on TalkSport, although that in itself is a fate worse than death, having to spend the entire match listening to Stan Collymore’s dreary voice and bullshit, uninformed opinions is like the footballing equivalent of torture! Dunno why it’s not being televised though.

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

Commenter said:
Why is Pogba on the bench?! Thought he was going?

try to keep up
on twatter

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

Spudiator said:
It’s on TalkSport, although that in itself is a fate worse than death, having to spend the entire match listening to Stan Collymore’s dreary voice and bullshit, uninformed opinions is like the footballing equivalent of torture! Dunno why it’s not being televised though.

thats a radio station that i will never willingly listen to but thanks for the info
collytwat is 100 times worse than alan scouser greene

JayJ - March 11, 2012 Reply

http://Www.firstrow.com, great site with loads if streams.

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

My new stream site. Very reliable http://livetv.ru/en/eventinfo/109206_manchester_utd_west_brom/

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

Come on United win.

Spudiator - March 11, 2012 Reply

See everyone bitches about Alan Greene, but actually he doesn’t bother me, even his Scouse bias isn’t as blatant as people imply, and at least he seems to be a legitimate sports journalist. The idea of considering Stan Collymore a journalist just seems like a joke, he’s a complete mong!

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Jones at it again

West Brom should have scored

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

jones is a fucking liability in defence
and swansea just missed a penalty – cocks

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Jones has dived there, really

Why do we persist with him on the right

Spudiator - March 11, 2012 Reply

Can’t remember the name of the lead commentator on TalkSport, but his voice is getting almost as fucking annoying as Collymore’s!

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

They’re gonna be a cunt to breakdown

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Welbeck looking the most lively

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

roooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooney

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Get innnnn
Well done Hernandez, cutting in and having a go

Spudiator - March 11, 2012 Reply

Woohoo, 1-0! Even at times like this though, TalkSport are finding unique new ways to annoy me. Stan Collymore actually made the comment “United go 1-0 up on TalkSport”, as if they somehow contributed!

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

Rooney 1-0 yes.

JayJ - March 11, 2012 Reply

Fucking class play by Hernandez, yeah hes only good coming on as a sub……Lovely touch by Rooney GET IN!

JayJ - March 11, 2012 Reply

Haha Jones you beast 100% commitment in every thing he does!

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Spudiator said:
Woohoo, 1-0! Even at times like this though, TalkSport are finding unique new ways to annoy me. Stan Collymore actually made the comment “United go 1-0 up on TalkSport”, as if they somehow contributed!

Hehe, commercial radio is shite

But is it better than Al Green who will have just moaned about the goal “Well, United have scored but my view is obstructed by a fat bloke in a hat – it’s absolutely outrageous!”

ltel - March 11, 2012 Reply

playing some wonderful stuff.. need a few more

Alfonso Bedoya - March 11, 2012 Reply

Playing some nice football… a good win… 3/4 goals would do the team some good.

Now we just need word to get to the City dressing room at half time, that we’re leading… and maybe they’ll tighten up, and fuck up.

brianofnazareth - March 11, 2012 Reply

Need a good sopcast if anyone knows of one!

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Shortly after we scored Mancini took Barry off (who wasn’t happy with the decision) and put Aguero on

I wonder if news of our goal filtered through to the City bench

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

brianofnazareth said:
Need a good sopcast if anyone knows of one!

try this
http://www.briansgotatinycock@knobheads.com

brianofnazareth - March 11, 2012 Reply

Alfonso Bedoya said:
Playing some nice football… a good win… 3/4 goals would do the team some good.

Now we just need word to get to the City dressing room at half time, that we’re leading… and maybe they’ll tighten up, and fuck up.

Alf what you watching it on mate?

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

My new stream site. Very reliable http://livetv.ru/en/eventinfo/109206_manchester_utd_west_brom/
from a previous poster – not mine but it is good if you get a decent connexion

DeadRevel - March 11, 2012 Reply

Hernandez was dire against Bilbao, looks a bit better today though.

Beautiful back heel by Welbeck….

brianofnazareth - March 11, 2012 Reply

han said:
My new stream site. Very reliable http://livetv.ru/en/eventinfo/109206_manchester_utd_west_brom/

from a previous poster – not mine but it is good if you get a decent connexion

Cheers mate!

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

brianofnazareth said:
Cheers mate!

love you tooxxx

brianofnazareth - March 11, 2012 Reply

han said:
love you tooxxx

xoxox TXTL8RBABE

Alfonso Bedoya - March 11, 2012 Reply

brianofnazareth said:
Alf what you watching it on mate?

119537… decent picture, but in Spanish… best I can get today.

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

where is the love.

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

madredmonkey said:
where is the love.

in alf’s underpants

DeadRevel - March 11, 2012 Reply

Go on firstrowsports (dot) eu – click the first link…. it’s FOX Sport… perfect and in English.

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

spilled all over them

JayJ - March 11, 2012 Reply

That should have been a penalty, and then we nearly score unlucky Hernandez great effort!

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Good hit, Hernandez

Looked like West Brom should have had a pen, there was contact

brianofnazareth - March 11, 2012 Reply

Commenter said:
Go on firstrowsports (dot) eu – click the first link…. it’s FOX Sport… perfect and in English.

Cheers!

brianofnazareth - March 11, 2012 Reply

So close!! FFS! Welbeck is world class though…

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Welbeck misses a sitter
Hope that doesn’t come back to haunt us
Class ball from Scholes

brianofnazareth - March 11, 2012 Reply

Fuck me what’s Welbeck still doing in our side!

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Welbeck’s close control is great

Finishing needs work though

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Cheerio, cunt

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

wba down to 10 men.

JayJ - March 11, 2012 Reply

10 men now, come on finish them off united!

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

who got red?

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

han said:
who got red?

olsson.

JayJ - March 11, 2012 Reply

Fucking class Young winning the penalty, come on then!

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Get in, well in Waz

Young has been good today

JayJ - March 11, 2012 Reply

Haha great peno and then the glare at Foster TALA!

Alfonso Bedoya - March 11, 2012 Reply

Awesome pen from Rooney… unsaveable, that.

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

2-0 thats better.

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Looked like Rooney gave Foster a lingering stare after he scored

Didn’t look friendly either

DeadRevel - March 11, 2012 Reply

I saw that too…. maybe because Foster criticised United when he left. Or maybe he was trying to wind Rooney up before he took the pen.

JayJ - March 11, 2012 Reply

WTF!? I thought Pogba was going now they are saying hes stayin? HALLELIJAH!

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

rooooooooooooooooooney (belatedly)
come on lets get a hatful

uncleknobheadforfucksake - March 11, 2012 Reply

have we had an unusually high number of pens this year

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Lol cheers every time Pogba gets a touch
“Fergie sign him up” sung half heartedly

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

uncleknobheadforfucksake said:
have we had an unusually high number of pens this year

ah welcome unc
i see the gate was left off the latch

brianofnazareth - March 11, 2012 Reply

How come Pogba is playing? thought he left?

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

brianofnazareth said:
How come Pogba is playing? thought he left?

end of season deal?

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Cleverley now

THE FUTURE, until he gets injured in about 10 minutes

uncleknobheadforfucksake - March 11, 2012 Reply

wheres nani

ltel - March 11, 2012 Reply

pogba to juve was just a rumor.. hes playing so i guess he is staying

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

uncleknobheadforfucksake said:
wheres nani

didnt know you had one.

dozer - March 11, 2012 Reply

Pogba gave away the ball that almost led to the goal = NO CONTRACT!

Alfonso Bedoya - March 11, 2012 Reply

Bitters still not scored… come on Swansea…

uncleknobheadforfucksake - March 11, 2012 Reply

swansea score

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

uncleknobheadforfucksake said:
swansea score

good.

Spudiator - March 11, 2012 Reply

B.E.A.Utiful! Come on Swansea, don’t throw it away!

han - March 11, 2012 Reply

well bugger me sideways

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

SWANSEA

Alfonso Bedoya - March 11, 2012 Reply

Have they scored?

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

han said:
well bugger me sideways

uncle will later.

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

Alfonso Bedoya said:
Have they scored?

yes.

JayJ - March 11, 2012 Reply

MOORE YOU BEAUTY! 1-0 SWANSEA!

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Cit fan in tears FFS, the silly twat

uncleknobheadforfucksake - March 11, 2012 Reply

is pogba much cop

ltel - March 11, 2012 Reply

get fucking in swansea….

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

uncleknobheadforfucksake said:
is pogba much cop

Done nowt so far

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Everything is going our way today, De Gea caught a corner, Carrick made a run into the box, unbelievable scenes

Alfonso Bedoya - March 11, 2012 Reply

And there you go… choke!

Too much talkin, before anything was won!

Ha!

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

good win for United.

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Good win

Pogba dint do much but I think he was told to hold while Carrick went forward

DeadRevel - March 11, 2012 Reply

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

Get in!

What a day….

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

swansea won 1-0, great.

DeadRevel - March 11, 2012 Reply

To be fair, Pogba was just trying to do Scholes’s / Carrick’s job…. keep us ticking over in midfield.
I’m sure if we were looking for a winner he would have been more attacking.

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

YES SWANSEA WIN

Cunts

Alfonso Bedoya - March 11, 2012 Reply

sidney said:
Everything is going our way today, De Gea caught a corner, Carrick made a run into the box, unbelievable scenes

Good weekend Sid…

Verrrmin lost… always nice…

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Alfonso Bedoya said:
Good weekend Sid…

Verrrmin lost… always nice…

Shit yeah, Dippers lost too

Chuffed to fuck

DeadRevel - March 11, 2012 Reply

If the rumours about Paul Pogba are true, that just seals it as a fucking great weekend for United.

madredmonkey - March 11, 2012 Reply

Ah, a good day, enjoy all.

Ed - March 11, 2012 Reply

The animated version
http://www.unitedrant.co.uk/forum/0/untitled-11fwxa3.gif

sheesh - March 11, 2012 Reply

The buzz around Old Trafford when Swansea scored. Unforgettable. It was almost as if we had scored.

sidney - March 11, 2012 Reply

Reports of arguments in the City dressing room at half time

Mancini said his players are tired

DeadRevel - March 11, 2012 Reply

From ManUtd.com:

Sir Alex has told MUTV that Paul Pogba is “still trying to make up his mind” in regards to his future.

Hmm…. not as positive as I’d hoped. But at least there’s a chance he’ll stay.

kurt - March 11, 2012 Reply

Any news about valencia,Ed?

Ed - March 11, 2012 Reply

kurt – not really, could return for the match against Bilbao

Herbie Simms - March 12, 2012 Reply

I’m not impressed with this victory but am more pleased that Swansea won. SAF needs to move on after we win our 20th title. But he is not going anywhere soon because he is now in the process of signing a young world class attacking midfielder/playmaker this summer! Giggs, Scholes, Anderson and Park shoild be on their way out. SAF is not stupid. He knows we need the strength in midfield to compete in the Champions league or we will be eliminated in the early stages again! But I have to give praise and respect to SAF because despite it all, he has got the team back on top of the league. Unbelieveable.

mongoletsi - March 13, 2012 Reply

You heard it here first! Yet more 100% true inside knowledge from Mr Simms.

Herbie Simms - March 12, 2012 Reply

If SAF can get me a world class experienced right full back, a playmaker and a defensive midfielder, he can stay on another few years. If he is not going to use Owen or Berbatov, then he needs to send them packing and bring in just one world class striker like the HULK! We need a team that can compete and defeat teams like Bilbao, Real Madrid and Barcelona. I don’t like this team or their style of play but its good to at least see them at the top of the league.

brianofnazareth - March 12, 2012 Reply

Commenter said:
he is now in the process of signing a young world class attacking midfielder/playmaker this summer! Giggs, Scholes, Anderson and Park shoild be on their way out.

???

Spudiator - March 12, 2012 Reply

Commenter said:
If SAF can get me a world class experienced right full back, a playmaker and a defensive midfielder, he can stay on another few years.

Wow, that’s generous of you! I didn’t realise you were one of the Glazers in disguise!

triggs - March 12, 2012 Reply

Commenter said:
SAF is not stupid.

You are though.

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