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The Scouser Report: Liverpool Plays Even Steven To Level Devils

Until any evidence emerges beyond he said, he said, Andrew Beasley believes that the match deserves more attention than the banter, in the East Lancs Derby. Continue reading »

Liver-who? Manchester City Are Finally The Derby Rival United Have Deserved

What a difference half a billion pounds can make! Continue reading »

The Monday Morning Drip: Because Old Dogs & Englishmen Still Do Tricks

A jolt of footy caffeine to jump-start your week! Continue reading »

The Sunday Morning Hangover: Man United & City Back On Familiar Ground

What in the hell happened in the Premier League yesterday? Continue reading »

The Sunday Morning Hangover: Man United Discover That Nobody’s Perfect

What the hell happened in the Premier League yesterday? Continue reading »

Elementary, My Dear Stretford: Can Manchester United Go Through The Season Unbeaten?

Will it be another season wherein United chase Arsenal’s Invincibles? Two early matches may have a lot to say about any such pursuit. Continue reading »

Blues Beat: Clinical United Remind Chelsea That It’s Goals Which Matter In Football

Chelsea’s situation isn’t as bad as it may seem after their setback at Old Trafford. Continue reading »

The Monday Morning Drip: Because Ade Is Light On His Feet

Pouring you a double shot of fully caffeinated footy, to start off your week! Continue reading »

Elementary, My Dear Stretford: Is The New Man United Better Suited To Beat Barcelona?

With the young Red Devils surprising success and the Blaugrana’s early struggles, is there finally hope for United in Europe again? Continue reading »

The System Isn’t Perfect: A 2011-12 Champions League Preview

Should everything about the Champions League be fair and equitable or should the unpredictablility of life be reflected in the group stage drawing? Continue reading »

Anatomy Of A Football Fan: The Many Species Of Homo Supportus

The WFC writers get together to discuss, through self-examination, the different types of fans which exist in the modern game. Continue reading »

The Sunday Morning Hangover: Merseysiders Lose; Merciless Manchester Win

What the hell happened in the Premier League yesterday? Continue reading »

Elementary, My Dear Stretford: What’s Going On In Owen Hargreaves’ Head?

Harry Sherlock gets his feelings about Owen Hargreaves off his chest. Continue reading »

WFC’s Silly Season Review, Part One: The Top Five Reasons To Spend Big In The Transfer Window

The mad rush is finally over. Here’s a look at the clubs who made the biggest impact over the summer transfer period. Continue reading »

Elementary, My Dear Stretford: United Makes Wenger Pay The Butcher’s Bill

On Sunday, Arsene Wenger saw fifteen years of success counterbalanced in one afternoon. Continue reading »

The Monday Morning Drip: Because The Premiership Is Only A Two Team League

A jolt of footy caffeine to get your week started. Continue reading »

Elementary, My Dear Stretford: Busby’s Babes, Fergie’s Fledglings, I & II… Who Says Manchester United Have Abandoned Youth?

Last season, the word was that United was just too old to get the job done for an entire season. This year, they’re too young. Meanwhile, they just keep winning. Continue reading »

Ballad Of A Disenchanted Premier League Fan

First Santa Claus, then Jedward, now the Premier League. Continue reading »

Elementary, My Dear Stretford: A Manchester United Defensive Crisis? What Defensive Crisis?

Fans may remember the winter of 2009-10, when United were playing Darren Fletcher and Ryan Giggs at the back because there was simply no one else. There’s no need to panic early in 2011-12, says Harry Sherlock. Even if Rafael, Rio and Vidic are out, United have a group of capable reserves ready to fill their boots. Continue reading »

Elementary My Dear Stretford: Who Are Man United’s Key Challengers In 2011-12?

harry Sherlock investigates which clubs will provide the stiffest competition for Man United’s title defence. Continue reading »

20/20 Vision: The WFC 2011-12 Premier League Preview

To save a few comments from disgruntled supporters, this is how much I don’t know about the Premier League. Continue reading »

Elementary, My Dear Stretford: Is Wesley Sneijder The Answer For Manchester United?

Harry Sherlock wonders why United would run off to Italy for milk, when they have a perfectly healthy cow in the barn. Continue reading »

Elementary, My Dear Stretford: Man United & City Stretch The Meaning Of Friendly

Who’s Harry Sherlock? Well, he’s not a bumbling private detective or a master of disguise (that was Harry Crumb). When you read the first edition of Elementary, My Dear Stretford, you’ll immediately deduce that he’s our new Manchester United correspondent. So, if you’re a City fan, well – hit the bricks, Moriarty! Continue reading »

On Man United v Barcelona, Jellystone Park & The Need For Klinsmann

Barcelona gets dissed outside the White House, United get revenge and Juergen Klinsmann has his job cut out for him. Continue reading »

On Manchester United’s US Tour, Fergie Faces Both Illusion & Truth

Sir Alex Ferguson announces, in the middle of United’s rampage through MLS, that he’s happy with the midfield he already has, thank you very much. Continue reading »

Steve Bruce Says, “Red Devils Don’t Die; They Just Turn Into Black Cats”

Steve Bruce is often derided for his reliance on his relationship with Sir Alex Ferguson but whilst Mark Hughes and Roy Keane simmer on the sidelines, the Sunderland manager’s loyalty continues to be rewarded. Continue reading »

WFC’s 2010-11 UEFA Yearbook: Young Player Most Likely To Impress At A Big Club.

The eighth installment in our ten part season review. Continue reading »

Blackburn Owners Venky’s Have A Bone To Pick With Phil Jones & Man United

Venky’s feathers are ruffled over the Phil Jones to manchester United deal. Continue reading »

WFC’s 2010-11 UEFA Yearbook: Club Most Likely To Spend Big Over The Summer

The fifth in our ten-part 2010-11 season review. Continue reading »

Rio Ferdinand Has Communication Issues

Wait, are you calling me stupid? Continue reading »

WFC’s 2010-11 UEFA Yearbook: Club Most Likely To Win The 2012 Champions League

Can anyone possibly stand in Barcelona’s way? Sure, maybe… Yeah, okay, why not? Continue reading »

It’s Been A Week Since Man United Lost & I Still Think Fergie Was Wrong

Sir Alex Ferguson’s rationale for choosing Michael Owen over Dimitar Berbatov was a bunch of Bulgarian. Continue reading »

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