Manchester United Shouldn't Play the Blame Game
@exreader has stood up for the pundit and former Manchester United captain Roy Keane, who defended the referee's decision to send Nani off: "Roy Keane the voice of sanity on TV last night." Jamie says: Fair play to Roy Keane for being honest. Who cares
The emotion around this city ahead of Tuesday's Champions League match between Manchester United and Real Madrid is every bit as intense as the feeling outside White Hart Lane on Sunday, when Arsenal and
Sir Alex Ferguson was too distraught to discuss Manchester United's Champions League exit after a night of high controversy at Old Trafford prompted José Mourinho, the victorious Real Madrid coach, to concede "the better team lost". United led the
After a controversial red card and goals by Luka Modric and Cristiano Ronaldo helped Manchester United exit the Champions League at the hands of Real Madrid, manager Sir Alex Ferguson was too angry to take part in the post-match news conference.
A football fan was so disgusted with the referee's decision to send off Nani in Tuesday's Champions League clash with Real Madrid he called 999. The 18-year-old Manchester United supporter was watching at home in a village near Bingham,