Tag Archives: Javier Hernandez

Match Report: Wigan vs Man United

TKTG brings together all the best articles from around the web regarding Manchester United’s 4-0 away win over Wigan Athletic.  Two goals each from Javier Hernandez and Robin Van Persie helped keep United’s 7-point lead over neighbours City. Match Report: BBC Sport Javier Hernandez and Robin van Persie scored twice as Premier League leaders Manchester […]

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Fantasy Football – Gameweek 20

It’s a great time to be an EPL football fan, with games taking place every couple of days. And as fantasy managers, although it’s getting tough to keep up, this is what we live for!  Like us, our friends over at Fantasy Yirma never tire and once again they’ve generously provided their picks for Gameweek […]

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Match Report: Man United vs Newcastle United

TKTG brings together all the best articles around the web on the 4-3 win by Manchester United over Newcastle United at Old Trafford.   Match Report:  BBC Sport Manchester United extended their Premier League lead to seven points with a thrilling win over Newcastle. James Perch pounced from close range to give the Magpies an […]

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From Superman to Supersub – The fall of the No.9 in the EPL

Everton’s Nikica Jelavić and Aston Villa’s Darren Bent used to score for fun but are now suffering after their managers have demanded a more patient approach. Here’s why the classic number nine has gone from superhero to supersub… The transformation of English football in recent years has been as swift as it has been profound. Changes off the […]

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Fantasy Football – Gameweek 12

Our friends over at Fantasy Yirma provide their picks for Gameweek 12. Gameweek 12 preview: Big points for the Little Pea? Did you all enjoy that international break as much as Zlatan Ibrahimovic did? Thought not. Do you want us to get on with the real stuff again then? Thought so. When we left the Premier […]

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Sir Alex continues to confounds the opposition and even his players

In continuation of our recent post regarding The Football Philosophy of Sir Alex Ferguson in the 2012/13 Season, we try to make sense of Fergie’s ever-evolving strategy which has launched Manchester United back up to the top of the Premier League table. Although United’s current position is a familiar sight, the way the wily Scot […]

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Old master Paul Scholes inspires Man Utd

Milestones seem a weekly occurrence at Old Trafford but some carry an added significance. Some are not simply a statistical reason for being sentimental. Because, as Rio Ferdinand represented Manchester United for a 400th time, on Sir Alex Ferguson’s 500th home league game, as Ryan Giggs headed into uncharted territory by becoming the first man […]

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