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Keeping Manchester Red... The Red Devils Reign Of The World

Started on 24 July 2012 by Slitty
Latest Reply on 11 August 2012 by rtb1988
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#59506 DembaWalker342 : Good story mate, keep it up.
maybe next season bid for lucas moura and put him on the wing, trust me he would be the new ronaldo for u
Yes, I will definitely be looking towards him and a few other Wonderkids next season.
#59517 shaneo insaneo : Looking good.so.far mate . Only thing you've signed the same players everyone buys :0
Yes I know I have, they're just to get me started for this season, then I may look to some 'different' players.
#59539 Sammymort : Good looking story so far, keep up the good work.

Quick question, what site do you use to upload your screenshots?
I use ImageShack
#59542 akash.vidyasagar : #59535 rtb1988 :
how u get 88m i was man u only get 20 and u have to sell all the deadwood


He is including the 40/50 million that will be paid over the next 48 months.
@Slitty, how will you earn profits if you keep paying forward? With United, it isn't too much of a worry, but you should pay less than 25% in monthly installments. That way, you will have control over your financies even 3 years from now.
Yes, He is right, some is paid over months, and I already had £35M give or take, plus deadwood, Anderson, Berbatov etc.
#59550 Slitty : #59542 akash.vidyasagar :
#59535 rtb1988 :
how u get 88m i was man u only get 20 and u have to sell all the deadwood


He is including the 40/50 million that will be paid over the next 48 months.
@Slitty, how will you earn profits if you keep paying forward? With United, it isn't too much of a worry, but you should pay less than 25% in monthly installments. That way, you will have control over your financies even 3 years from now.
Yes, He is right, some is paid over months, and I already had £35M give or take, plus deadwood, Anderson, Berbatov etc.

I quite like Anderson. he always does well on my man u saves.
#59559 mc nut : #59550 Slitty :
#59542 akash.vidyasagar :
#59535 rtb1988 :
how u get 88m i was man u only get 20 and u have to sell all the deadwood


He is including the 40/50 million that will be paid over the next 48 months.
@Slitty, how will you earn profits if you keep paying forward? With United, it isn't too much of a worry, but you should pay less than 25% in monthly installments. That way, you will have control over your financies even 3 years from now.
Yes, He is right, some is paid over months, and I already had £35M give or take, plus deadwood, Anderson, Berbatov etc.


I quite like Anderson. he always does well on my man u saves.
He is good, I just need space and money for bigger better players, or younger and potential players
To replace any MC, look at Kwadwo Asamoah, he is amazing, young, and fairly cheap, but tends to move in the 2011 summer so you may have already missed out
#59676 Nickbonista : To replace any MC, look at Kwadwo Asamoah, he is amazing, young, and fairly cheap, but tends to move in the 2011 summer so you may have already missed out
If he plays for Udinese then no he hasn't moved, and thanks for the suggestion I'll have good look at him.
September Results

United ease past Norwich

Norwich City 0 - 2 Manchester Unit-ed (Premier Division)



Match Report:
An efficient performance by Manchester United's players saw them confidently overcome a lacklustre Norwich City 2 - 0 at Carrow Road.

Striker Wayne Rooney gave Manchester United the lead with a fierce shot in the 13th minute. Rooney completed the scoring for Manchester United with an effort from the edge of the area on 58 minutes.

Things went from bad to worse for Norwich City as full-back Kyle Naughton earned himself an early bath for persistent fouling on 70 minutes.

Man Utd have notched up four straight wins and the title contenders occupy 1st place in the English Premier Division.

Man of the Match: Wayne Rooney (Man Utd)

Nani's goal proves vital

Manchester United 2 - 1 Wisla Krakow (Champions Cup Grp A)



Match Report:
Manchester United showed their superiority in a 2 - 1 victory over Wisla Krakow during their European Champions Cup Group A game at Old Trafford, but they could and should have scored more.

The match began in controversial circumstances as Wisla Krakow were denied claims by Patryk Malecki for a penalty. Wonderkid Phil Jones suffered the ignominy of scoring a calamitous own goal in the 27th minute on the clock. Centre-back Toby Alderweireld then equalised for Manchester United in the 50th minute with a close range finish which was timed impeccably.

Winger Nani scored what proved to be the winner on 70 minutes with a close range finish which was timed impeccably. Things went from bad to worse for Wisla Krakow as centre-back Marko Jovanovic earned himself an early bath for persistent fouling on 77 minutes.

Man of the Match: Ryan Giggs (Man Utd)

United win comfortably

Manchester United 2 - 0 Queens Park Rangers (Premier Division)



Match Report:
An efficient performance by Manchester United's players saw them confidently overcome a lacklustre Queens Park Rangers 2 - 0 at Old Trafford.

Veteran midfielder Paul Scholes' red card for persistent fouling on 24 minutes put Manchester United's position under question. An error from Queens Park Rangers' Paddy Kenny allowed wonderkid Danny Welbeck to score an accurate finish. Man Utd captain Nemanja Vidic finally rounded off their victory on 88 minutes with a header.

Man Utd have notched up five straight wins and the title contenders occupy 1st place in the English Premier Division.

Man of the Match: Nemanja Vidic (Man Utd)

Confident performance from the Red Devils

Manchester United 3 - 1 Millwall (League Cup 3rd Rnd)



Match Report:
Despite Manchester United's comfortable 3 - 1 (won after extra time) victory over minnows Millwall, some pundits were unimpressed with the manner of victory, with the underdogs causing Man Utd far more problems than had been expected.

With the game nearing an end, it was Javier Hernández who scored a real poacher's effort to give Manchester United the lead on 94 minutes. Centre-back Shane Lowry ensured things went from bad to worse for Millwall on 107 minutes with an embarrassing own-goal.

Winger Chris Hackett gave the Millwall fans a glimmer of hope after 118 minutes with a close range effort. Enthusiastic centre-back Chris Smalling completed the scoring for Manchester United with a close range header on 120 minutes.

Man of the Match: Chris Smalling

United's winning streak carries on

Sunderland 0 - 2 Manchester United (Premier Division)



Match Report:
An efficient performance by Manchester United's players saw them confidently overcome a lacklustre Sunderland 2 - 0 at The Stadium of Light.

Manchester United finally took the lead when winger Ashley Young scored a finish tucked away with consummate ease on 41 minutes. With Sunderland staring at defeat, there was controversy as striker Ji Dong-Won then had a penalty shout turned down.

Wonderkid Danny Welbeck finally rounded off their victory on 91 minutes with a tidy finish. It was a superb solo effort and Welbeck looked delighted.

Man Utd have notched up six straight wins and the title contenders occupy 1st place in the English Premier Division.

Man of the Match: Danny Welbeck (Man Utd)

Red Devils lose out

Borussia Dortmund 2 - 1 Manchester United (Champions Cup Grp A)



Match Report:
Manchester United went into their match with Borussia Dortmund anticipating a stroll in the park and an easy win.

An error from Borussia Dortmund's Neven Subotic allowed promising midfielder Nick Powell to score a well struck effort. Striker Robert Lewandowski then equalised for Borussia Dortmund in the 50th minute with a close range finish which was timed impeccably.

Striker Lucas Barrios scored what proved to be the winner on 66 minutes with a well executed finish.

Man of the Match: Kevin Großkreutz (Dortmund)

Carling Cup 4th Round Draw

United have drawn QPR in the next round.

Injuries

Rooney (4-5 Weeks)
Owen (2-3 Weeks)
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October Results

United hammer West Brom

Manchester United 2 - 0 West Bromwich Albion (Premier Division)



Match Report:
Manchester United enjoyed near total domination over a distinctly average West Bromwich Albion side at Old Trafford this evening.

Wonderkid Danny Welbeck got Manchester United off to a flyer by scoring a powerful effort from the edge of the area on 2 minutes. Welbeck completed the scoring for Manchester United with a real poacher's effort on 77 minutes.

Man Utd have notched up seven straight wins and the title contenders occupy 1st place in the English Premier Division.

Man of the Match: Danny Welbeck (Man Utd)

United meet expectations in dominant win

Manchester United 5 - 0 Tottenham Hotspur (Premier Division)



Match Report:
Manchester United fans celebrated an emphatic 5 - 0 win at Old Trafford this afternoon. A brace from Javier Hernández helped Man Utd to victory.

Flamboyant midfielder Ryan Giggs got Manchester United off to a flyer by scoring a free kick on 10 minutes. An error from Tottenham Hotspur's Michael Dawson allowed striker Javier Hernández to score an effort from the edge of the area. Vidic scored with a fine header from point-blank range in the 26th minute to extend the lead further.

Tireless midfielder Tom Cleverley then added to the lead with an effort from the edge of the area on 59 minutes. An error from Tottenham Hotspur's Michael Dawson allowed Hernández to score an eighteen-yard screamer which flew in off the post.

Man Utd have notched up eight straight wins and the title contenders occupy 1st place in the English Premier Division.

Man of the Match: Luka Modric (Man Utd)

Quality of possession provides victory

Manchester United 3 - 1 Olympique Lyonnais (Champions Cup Grp A)



Match Report:
A highly polished performance from the Manchester United players saw their team run out 3 - 1 winners over Olympique Lyonnais at Old Trafford.

The match began in controversy with Manchester United seeing a goal disallowed in controversial circumstances. Striker Lisandro López gave Olympique Lyonnais the lead with a real poacher's effort in the 25th minute.

Enthusiastic centre-back Chris Smalling then equalised for Manchester United in the 56th minute with an accurate finish. An error from Olympique Lyonnais' Rémy Vercoutre allowed wonderkid Danny Welbeck to score a freak goal. Striker Javier Hernández completed the scoring for Manchester United with a placed shot on 68 minutes.

With Olympique Lyonnais staring at defeat, there was controversy as experienced full-back Anthony Réveillère then had a penalty shout turned down.

Man of the Match: Chris Smalling (Man Utd)

Goals galore as United draw against Chelsea

Chelsea 3 - 3 Manchester United (Premier Division)



Match Report:
After a 3 - 3 draw at Stamford Bridge against Manchester United, a key member of the Chelsea side claimed that his team were fortunate to escape from this English Premier Division fixture with a draw.

Wonderkid Danny Welbeck got Manchester United off to a flyer by scoring a real poacher's effort on 2 minutes. Wonderkid Phil Jones doubled Manchester United's lead with a close range effort which was deflected on its way in on 7 minutes.

With Chelsea staring at defeat, there was controversy as experienced winger Florent Malouda then had a penalty shout turned down. Cultured midfielder Frank Lampard pulled one back for Chelsea after 45 minutes with a well timed finish from close range.

Wonderkid Marc-André ter Stegen suffered the ignominy of scoring a calamitous own goal in the 49th minute on the clock. Lampard had no trouble in scoring from the spot when Modric conceded a penalty. Winger Ashley Young equalised for Manchester United after 74 minutes with an accurate finish from inside the penalty area.

Man Utd are currently on a nine match unbeaten run and the title contenders lie in 1st place in the English Premier Division.

Man of the Match: Frank Lampard (Chelsea)

90 minutes not enough for United

Queens Park Rangers 2 - 3 Manchester United (Carling Cup 4th Rnd)



Match Report:
Manchester United produced a good display this evening to see off the challenge of Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road. A brace from Nani helped Man Utd to victory.

Manchester United finally took the lead when winger Nani scored an effort from the edge of the area on 54 minutes. Nani added his 2nd goal of the game with a deftly executed finish on 62 minutes.

Nomadic striker Jay Bothroyd gave the Queens Park Rangers fans a glimmer of hope after 73 minutes with a close range finish which was timed impeccably. Flamboyant midfielder Alejandro Faurlin then equalised for Queens Park Rangers in the 90th minute with a placed shot.

Better late than never for Queens Park Rangers and the fans were clearly delighted with Faurlin's impact. Wonderkid Danny Welbeck then clinched a late winner on 106 minutes with a close range finish which was timed impeccably.

Man of the Match: Nani (Man Utd)

Sleightholm suffers first Premier League loss

Liverpool 2 - 1 Manchester United (Premier Division)



Match Report:
Manchester United left the field to a chorus of boos after a dismal performance in their 2 - 1 defeat against Liverpool.

Centre-back Daniel Agger suffered the ignominy of scoring a calamitous own goal in the 14th minute on the clock. Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard then equalised for Liverpool in the 75th minute with a well struck effort.

Striker Luis Suárez then clinched a late winner on 91 minutes with an accurate finish. Suárez's impact delighted the fans with his late goal.

Man of the Match: Steven Gerrard (Liverpool)

Carling Cup Quarter Final Draw

Manchester United have drawn Norwich in the Carling Cup.

Injuries

Ryan Giggs (2-3 Weeks)
Rafael (Full fitness in 2 Weeks)
Rooney returns to full fitness

Champions League Group A Update

The Standings so far:


Awards

Player of the Month- Frank Lampard
Young Player of the Month- Danny Welbeck
Manager of the Month- Alan Pardew
i would say it is a good story..
but i feel kinda sad you come in and completely fuck united's playing style.
its the same as you would play barcelona on the counter..
i mean like united ALWAYS uses winger cuz they have fucking beasty wingers?
can you tell me why you don't?
#60130 funny : i would say it is a good story..
but i feel kinda sad you come in and completely fuck united's playing style.
its the same as you would play barcelona on the counter..
i mean like united ALWAYS uses winger cuz they have fucking beasty wingers?
can you tell me why you don't?
I do, but it depends which formation is used and if my wingers are on form, if i have of form wingers, what would be the point in having them.
nani and valecia of form?
and i apologise for my rudeness :D
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