- Sep 6, 2021
- Reaction score
I’m glad this wretched season has finished! Back to the Championship where the Canaries, in truth, belong
When countries buy football clubs and pour oil money into them, it's not really a straight competition is it
Great day for the tension yesterday at the top and the bottom - a Bookies Delight/Nightmare!
I'm probably going to get a whole of abuse though for my next comment... I was surprised that my own team MU managed to finish 6th. For some of the effort some of the players put into it - below BHA would have been a more apt position (not taking anything away from BHA who had a great season). Sadly I think some of the players who were simply wonderful over the past two years were simply woeful this year. They should keep DeGea (their most consistent player) and completely rebuild defence and midfield and rethink the attacking options.
|Ralf Rangnick||03 Dec, 2021||Present|
|Michael Carrick||21 Nov, 2021||03 Dec, 2021|
|Ole Gunnar Solskjaer||19 Dec, 2018||21 Nov, 2021|
|Jose Mourinho||27 May, 2016||18 Dec, 2018|
|Louis van Gaal||19 May, 2014||23 May, 2016|
|Ryan Giggs||22 Apr, 2014||19 May, 2014|
|David Moyes||19 May, 2013||22 Apr, 2014|
|Alex Ferguson||06 Nov, 1986||19 May, 2013|
"a quantity of alcohol"--I bet.She told the court Biggs had drunk "a quantity of alcohol" at a pub near the City Ground and "just followed" two friends on to the pitch.
Ms Gowans said: "He says that in effect he got carried away in the moment... as did a number of people.
BBC on Man United
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The BBC has apologised after a message appeared on the news channel saying "Manchester United are rubbish".
The text mistakenly popped up on the news ticker at the bottom of the screen during a tennis update just after 0930 on Tuesday.
Later in the morning, presenter Annita Mcveigh apologised to any Manchester United fans who may have been offended.
She said the mistake had occurred as someone was learning how to operate the ticker and was "writing random things".
It was a cracking day. Not a great match, but I don't care.How time flies 23 years since forest were last in the top flight.
Nottingham Forest ended their 23-year wait for Premier League football with a narrow win over Huddersfield Town in the Championship play-off final at Wembley - a victory worth about £170m.
Promotion back to the top flight caps a brilliant turnaround to their season, which had started with six defeats in seven.
Levi Colwill's own goal from James Garner's cross was the decisive moment.
Town improved after the break but struggled to create a big chance.
Their best opportunity saw Harry Toffolo booked for diving in the area by referee Jon Moss, officiating for the final time before retiring, and, although replays suggested Jack Colback had made some contact, it was not overturned by VAR.
Forest held out in the face of mounting pressure to spark scenes of jubilation and end their two-decade exile from the Premier League.
Steve Cooper has completely turned the club's fortunes around after taking over from the sacked Chris Hughton in September.
They were not at their best in their first appearance at Wembley in 30 years but the game's big moment went in their favour before the break.
The impressive James Garner, on loan from Manchester United, whipped in a dangerous ball from the inside left position and Town defender Colwill could only divert the ball past his goalkeeper Lee Nicholls under pressure from Ryan Yates.
The Terriers had more possession and carried more threat after half-time but could not force Brice Samba or his replacement Ethan Horvath into a save of note.
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