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Wayne Rooney Is Back To His Best Says Sir Alex Ferguson

Wayne Rooney is back to his best and will flourish in his striking partnership with Robin Van Persie so says retired United boss Sir Alex Ferguson Rooney joined the Manchester United ’200 club’ alongside Red Devil legends Dennis Law and Sir Bobby Charlton as his brace helped United overcome Bayer Leverkusen 4-2 in their opening Champions League group clash. Rooney’s double came three days after the England ace curled in a superb freekick during his sides 2-0 win over Crystal Palace ... Continue Reading →
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‘Forget About Signing Cristiano Ronaldo!’ Mourinho Tells Manchester United

Jose Mourinho has told Manchester United that their efforts to re-sign Cristiano Ronaldo are futile. Ronaldo made a triumphant return to English football on Sunday afternoon as he helped Real Madrid crush Championship side Bournemouth 6-0 helping himself to two goals in the process. Despite new Los Blancos boss Carlo Ancelotti insisting that the former World Player of The Year is not for sale, United have not given up in their hopes of bringing the 28-year-old back to Old Trafford. However, speaking ... Continue Reading →
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The Gloves Are Off As Wayne Rooney Confronts David Moyes Snub

Wayne Rooney is seething after apparently being snubbed by Manchester United manager David Moyes Rooney is said to be ‘confused and angry’ at new United boss David Moyes after the Scot suggested that he will only be second choice striker behind Robin Van Persie. The unsettled England forward already had unresolved issues with former Red Devil boss Sir Alex Ferguson after holding the club to ransom in 2010 to the fury of the Fergie, and a similar battle with Moyes is set to ensue after ... Continue Reading →
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Arsenal Ready To Break The Bank For Wayne Rooney

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is lining up a massive summer bid for unsettled Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney. Reports from The Mirror suggest that Wenger is ready to smash Arsenal’s strict wage structure billing in order to prise Rooney away from Old Trafford as the Gunners look to dip into their £70-million summer transfer pot. Rooney is out-of-favour at Old Trafford and despite the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson and the arrival of former Everton boss David Moyes, ‘Wazza’s’ ... Continue Reading →

In Awe of David Moyes

Year after year Everton defy the odds with a team thin on the ground. But now they seem to have a side that is strong and settled. Can this be the year that David Moyes and the Toffees finally win the silverware they truly desire.  Starting from the back and based on last year’s record Everton had the third best defence in the division. Their defensive unit – for the most part has remained consistent with Howard in goal, Baines left, Neville or Hibert right and Distan, Jagielka or Heitinga ... Continue Reading →

Fact of the Day…

Today I’ve been looking at the overall Premier League Facts. Obviously, Manchester United have recorded the most wins with 464 wins…but it’s losses that interest me more… Everton have recorded the most losses in the history of the Premier League,  with 267. In total they have played  720 games and have recorded 249 wins and 204 draws. Tweet Continue Reading →

BS of the day – Phil Neville to Spurs

Tottenham, or should I say revolving door hotspur – if rumours ever came to fruition – have been linked with yet another player. But this time it’s an even more stupid one, which, in true ITS fashion, we will mock… From the mouth of Moyes: “I spoke with Harry Redknapp briefly before the transfer window opened. Daniel Levy and Bill had an even briefer conversation at our recent game against Spurs and mutually agreed that this would go no further. At no time was any ... Continue Reading →

The Daily Rant…David Moyes

Has David Moyes taken Everton as far as they can go? Or has he been hindered by the growing price of being in the Premier League?… David Moyes has been at Everton since March 2002 and is the third longest serving Manager in the Premiership at the moment. However, recently the Scot has been under much scrutiny from the media and Everton fans  concerning the clubs recent form. The Merseyside club have only picked up two points in five games this term which sees them sit an unhealthy 18th ... Continue Reading →

Mancini and Moyes skirmish…

Last night Man City gaffer Roberto Mancini and Everton boss David Moyes squared up after the latter tried to waste a little time as his side were 2-0 up at Eastlands… Now its pretty obvious that Mancini is far too good looking a man to do any real damage to Moyes, but he was the one who attacked Moyes. Mancini probably saw fourth place and his job slipping away from him and had a little hissy fit over it. Funnily enough both were sent to the stands even though Moyes didn’t appear to ... Continue Reading →

Banega granted permit

The Argentinian International should arive at Everton on monday to complete him year long loan from Valencia. Valencia paid £15.4m pounds for the Football Manager legend, but he only made 12 appearances before he was loaned out to Athletic Madrid. At Boca Juniors he was the understudy to Fernando Gago, who himself was also speculated to join Everton. Unfortunately they had a £13.7m offer rejected because Madrid felt he was an important player for them next season. Banega should be able to give ... Continue Reading →