RT @TopNews_Manu: Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney sucks Arsenal into vortex of despair The Guardian (blog) http://bit.ly/gjk0gx @ #manu

RT @TopNews_Manu: Manchester United&aposs Wayne Rooney sucks Arsenal into vortex of despair The Guardian (blog site) http://bit.ly/gjk0gx @ #manu – by TottenhamYankee (Tottenham)

RT @SportsIndexUK: Sir Alex Ferguson salutes Arsenal as Manchester United’s main title challengers http://bit.ly/e6mm0t #cfc #chelseafc

RT @SportsIndexUK: Sir Alex Ferguson salutes Arsenal as Manchester United&aposs major title challengers http://bit.ly/e6mm0t #cfc #chelseafc – by Kzoldyeck (Ni Putu Eka)

Manchester United rage over Carragher’s tackle on Nani

Manchester United rage about Carragher’s tackle on Nani
Manchester United’s war with football’s match officials intensified yesterday as the club’s chief executive David Gill instigated a heated exchange with referees’ chief Mike Riley right after Nani was carried from the area for the duration of a humiliating three-one Anfield defeat. Related Stories Fernando Torres will be well worth the money: Ancelotti In Images: Dirk Kuyt hat-trick sinks woeful Manchester United Spurs …

Yaya Toure defends brother Kolo
Yaya Toure has insisted brother Kolo has the full help of his Manchester Town group-mates subsequent his failed drugs check.

Liverpool v Manchester United: chief executive David Gill tackles referees’ chief Mike Riley around Nani therapy
Manchester United chief executive remonstrated with referee cheif Mike Riley after Nani injured by Jamie Carragher tackle.

RT @ArsenalNewsUK: Is winning trophies important? A comparison of titles and success in English football: Manchester United, Liverpool,… http://bit.ly/eLPM0B

RT @ArsenalNewsUK: Is successful trophies crucial? A comparison of titles and success in English football: Manchester United, Liverpool,… http://bit.ly/eLPM0B – by tazri (Tazri Septiadi)

Arsenal v Manchester United – FA Cup Final (1979) – Live Footage

This is a classic FA Cup final involving the Gunners. Admittedly I wasn’t even born then (two years later) but it was one of the classic FA Cup Finals of all time with a fantastic ending. You might recognise some faces here as well… a lot younger then they were! I was lucky enough to catch this game on The Match Revisited on ITV4 the other day, definitely felt it was worth a youTube upload. Anyway, watch to the end, even if you weren’t a twinkle in your mum’s eye, this is great viewing for any footy fan.
Video Rating: 4 / 5