Tag Archives: Tom Cleverley

RVP to the rescue yet again

Another last minute goal and Robin van Persie saved Manchester United from crashing out of the FA Cup in the 3rd round with a 2-2 draw at Upton Park which will mean the replay will be played at Old Trafford.   TKTG has put together a few articles on the result as well as a […]

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Match Report: Man United 3 – 1 Sunderland

TKTG brings together the best articles from around the web on Man Utd’s 3-1 victory over Sunderland at Old Trafford. Match Report:  ESPNFC Robin van Persie’s 15th goal of the season ensured Manchester United will spend Christmas Day on top of the Premier League tree as they eased past Sunderland 3-1. Tom Cleverley’s first league […]

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Same old Arsenal?

After they slumped to a disappointing defeat at Old Trafford, the same old questions over the Gunners manager’s lack of imagination rear their ugly heads once more. Tom McKeown at Goal.com tells us that not much has changed at Arsenal over the past 7 years, since the club’s last major trophy. Although the Gunners started […]

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Newcastle vs Man United – Analysis

TKTG takes a look at the best articles and analysis covering the Newcastle vs Manchester United match which ended in a 0-3 away win for United.  Manchester United climb to 2nd in the English Premier League and Newcastle United drop to 10th. Match Report:  Goal.com The visitors started the match in blistering style, scoring twice […]

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Having no central midfielder is holding United back

In one sense, Manchester United are not short in central midfield. They have 12 players in the first-team squad who have played in that position; even Rio Ferdinand has been tried there in the past. In this case, however, more is emphatically less. The strength of Sir Alex Ferguson’s will is such that United can […]

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Is Cleverley the answer?

With Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs edging closer towards retirement and players like Anderson not living up to their potential, Sir Alex has put his faith in the young midfield player to grow into the position by gaining first team experience amongst the more experienced players. England Manager Roy Hodgson has also been impressed with […]

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