Monday, July 25, 2005

Unrest continues for Manchester United

I predicted unrest for Manchester United in my top 10. Signs of it have started popping up recently and old faithful, Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane has had a bust up with manager Alex Ferguson.

When Keane pops off a boiling point of one sort or another has tipped. In 1998 Keane was sent home from the World Cup in South Korea and Japan.

Even little things have started happening like players in their own cars instead of the team bus.

This stuff didn’t exist last season and are signs of an unfocused team, Chelsea are focused.

Even the posturing in the transfer market by Chelsea and Newcastle United is barely a sideshow to the big footballing story of the weekend: the apparent eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation and subsequent fall-out between Sir Alex Ferguson and his trusted club captain and sergeant-at-arms Roy Keane that has seemingly left the volatile Irishman training with the juniors back in Manchester, recovering from a hamstring injury, while the senior players complete a lucrative eight-day trip to Hong Kong, China and Japan.
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Blogger Keano said...


You're an utter idiot. I unfortunately came to read this bollocks because your blog was on "newsnow" (don't know how :| ). You obvioulsy think this story is true, but anyone with one eye and half a brain would realise this is paper bollocks. What's the problem about Rooney travelling with a friend? Hasn't he been our best attacking player? I don't understand why they allow you to keep this blog going.
If you want to make yourself a useful person, Join the SU - www.shareholdersunited.com - because clearly, about United you know nothing.
PS: If chelsea are the example, go support them! You glory hunter! Sir Alex Ferguson made United the biggest club in england and you say "Chelsea are the example". Shut the f*** up! You ignorant bastar*!

7/26/2005 3:59 AM  
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7/26/2005 4:11 PM  
Anonymous Paddy said...


Having read a good few of your posts (linked from newsnow) I get the impression you know absolutely nothing about football!

Your articles lack any sign of knowledge of the game. They read like somebody regurgitating things that they have been told by friends/coworkers. Have you ever actually played the game?

7/27/2005 7:31 PM  
Blogger Football Commentator said...


After reading a good many of my posts you are at least making an informed decision which is more than I can say for most negative comments.

At times there are subjects hard to say anything creative about but the event itself is important.

Good luck in finding someone that knows about football. Or soccer, as your http://www.dcusoccer.com/ website calls it.

Try my blog roll, maybe one of the authors plays FIFA 2005 on the PC or might have even gone to a game once.

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