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Michael Owen getting a savaging on twitter for his crap boring commentary on the Liverpool Arsenal game. Surely BT have to bring in someone who isn't painful to listen to next season.
SAT 8 FEB 2014 - PREMIER LEAGUE
- Liverpool v Arsenal 12:45
- Aston Villa v West Ham 15:00
- Chelsea v Newcastle 15:00
- Crystal Palace v West Brom 15:00
- Norwich v Man City 15:00
- Southampton v Stoke 15:00
- Sunderland v Hull 15:00
- Swansea v Cardiff 17:30
- Cardiff v Aston Villa 19:45
- Hull v Southampton 19:45
We creep ever closer. FL clubs have backed it and are now lobbying to MPs. Takes just one MP just put it to Cameron, and when he sees its popularity, he ain't gonna say no. Before long, when we see how successful it is in the FL, it comes to the PL, and atmospheres start returning and prices start dropping. If anyone is not 100% convinced on why Safe Standing is a massively important and beneficial thing for football, read the articles.
I thought I would start a thread just to share away day experiences. We all know United away days and fans are the best, simple fucking as. All you need to do is ensure the post at least includes Away versus Team on Date in the Title Feel free to add videos, pictures or just any particular experiences that you want to share with fellow UTD fans who maybe where not lucky enough to get tickets. Personally I'm always interested in away day stories. I'll dig out some posts for games I've attended. Hopefully we can build up a nice reference thread.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...2-star-Neville-plan-academy-Salford-City.html Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs have opened talks about investing in non-League club Salford City FC with a view to finding and developing the next crop of talented young footballers in Manchester. Sportsmail can reveal that two of the key members of the ‘Class of 92’ from Old Trafford have spoken about buying into the Northern Premier League club. It is understood that – although talks have only been exploratory so far – United legends Neville and Giggs are hopeful of developing the club at first team and reserve level but are particularly keen to find a way to stop local talent disappearing from the area. Older and wiser: The same group of players (minus Cooke), with Sir Alex Ferguson instead of Harrison Neville in particular is known to have deep-rooted concerns about the lack of players finding their way from non-league football through to the top four tiers of English professional football. If plans he and former Old Trafford team-mate Giggs have for Salford go ahead then the pair hope that a new academy – funded and run under their watchful eye – could stop talented players falling by the wayside. Both men have links with Salford. Giggs grew up in the area while both learned their early football at United’s old training ground, The Cliff. There have been suggestions that Neville and Giggs may even look to buy Salford FC outright. These have not been confirmed. What is known is that the two former internationals are keen to work with the current owners and 12-man club committee with a view to finding a solution that works for both parties. Sources close to the two players have stressed that they have absolutely no intention of developing a club as opposition to United, as has happened with nearby FC United.
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