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Super Sport
Rooney on brink of England historyhis touch betraying him, his famous explosiveness diminished. It has brought t
Rooney on brink of England history
Super Sport / Posted 3 hours ago
his touch betraying him, his famous explosiveness diminished. It has brought to mind the words uttered last year by Paul Scholes, Rooney's former United teammate, who said that Rooney's premature emergence as a teenager means he may have reached... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Waning Rooney on brink of England historyhis touch betraying him, his famous explosiveness diminished. It has brought t
Waning Rooney on brink of England history
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 6 hours ago
his touch betraying him, his famous explosiveness diminished. It has brought to mind the words uttered last year by Paul Scholes, Rooney's former United team-mate, who said that Rooney's premature emergence as a teenager means he may have reached... Read more
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Manchester United
Legends select mixed Manchester United and Liverpool teamfor instance, were not eligible. Robson and Irwin were too modest to vote for
Legends select mixed Manchester United and Liverpool team
Manchester United / Posted 20 hours ago
for instance, were not eligible. Robson and Irwin were too modest to vote for themselves so they were also not included. Peter Schmeichel gets the nod in goal, with Ray Clemence on the bench, but Liverpool dominate in defence with three picks... Read more
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The World Game
Five footballers who have gone on strikeleft with little option but to pull on the black and white striped shirt again
Five footballers who have gone on strike
The World Game / Posted yesterday
left with little option but to pull on the black and white striped shirt again soon, and hope for a move down the track. Peter Odemwingie What is it with West Bromwich Albion and upsetting its wantaway strikers? Odemwingie became the unwitting... Read more
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Daily Mail
Manchester United fear Real Madrid will move for David de GeaJavier Hernandez he can leave Old...Manchester United keeper David de Gea calle
Manchester United fear Real Madrid will move for David de Gea
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Javier Hernandez he can leave Old...Manchester United keeper David de Gea called up to Spain...Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel brands David de...Paul Scholes says David de Gea is 'out of order' if he has... Share this... Read more
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Daily Mirror
David de Gea included in Spain squad - Despite being frozen out at Old Traffordfor United's games this term David De Gea - Premier League record “How can yo
David de Gea included in Spain squad - Despite being frozen out at Old Trafford
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 days ago
for United's games this term David De Gea - Premier League record “How can you lose focus? That’s the thing for me,” said Scholes. “I think he is out of order, he should be in that team playing." Former United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel has been... Read more
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Daily Mail
Messi crowned UEFA Best Player in Europe ahead of Ronaldo and Suarzlifts the trophy to hand over after Messi was announced as the winner Messi (s
Messi crowned UEFA Best Player in Europe ahead of Ronaldo and Suarz
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
lifts the trophy to hand over after Messi was announced as the winner Messi (second right) and Ronaldo (right) look on as Peter Schmeichel (left) chats to Luis Suarez RELATED ARTICLES UEFA Champions League draw: Manchester United face... Read more
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Daily Mail
Carneiro pictured for the first time since disagreement with Mourinhowho was born in Gibraltar, was all smiles as she strolled through the foliage w
Carneiro pictured for the first time since disagreement with Mourinho
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
who was born in Gibraltar, was all smiles as she strolled through the foliage with her pet Australia cricket team doctor Peter Brukner: 'I thought it was appalling behaviour by the manager. 'What do you expect the doctor to do? Just ignore the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Peter Lim-linked firm in S$440m city centre project with ex-Man Utd starsSINGAPORE: A firm controlled by Singapore billionaire Peter Lim is investing in
Peter Lim-linked firm in S$440m city centre project with ex-Man Utd stars
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 days ago
SINGAPORE: A firm controlled by Singapore billionaire Peter Lim is investing in a £200 million (S$440 million) mixed-use property project in the United Kingdom, with former Manchester United stars Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs as minority... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Singapore developer teams up with Man Utd ‘Class of 92’Manchester United players, including Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville. Rowsley will
Singapore developer teams up with Man Utd ‘Class of 92’
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 7 days ago
Manchester United players, including Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville. Rowsley will buy the stake from Singapore billionaire Peter Lim (pic), a controlling shareholder of Rowsley. – August 27, 2015. Singapore property developer Rowsley Ltd is paying... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Majority stake in Class of '92 stars' Hotel Football bought by Singapore-based investorsa 75 per cent stake in Hotel Football - the venue built by Class of ‘92 stars G
Majority stake in Class of '92 stars' Hotel Football bought by Singapore-based investors
Manchester Evening News / Posted 7 days ago
a 75 per cent stake in Hotel Football - the venue built by Class of ‘92 stars Gary and Phil Neville, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt - for nearly £30m. Rowsley, the listed Singapore-based company in which Salford City part-owner Peter... Read more
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Daily Mail
BT Sport grab 2017-18 Ashes TV rights from Sky Sports in £80m coupSky’s useless pundit Shane Warne. The former leg-spinner criticised the Oval s
BT Sport grab 2017-18 Ashes TV rights from Sky Sports in £80m coup
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Sky’s useless pundit Shane Warne. The former leg-spinner criticised the Oval selection of Australia’s outstanding bowler Peter Siddle, as well as saying England’s Moeen Ali — a devout Muslim who doesn’t drink and even avoided the champagne spray... Read more
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Daily Mail
Australia earn themselves some Ashes consolationmuch for England at The Oval Covers were brought on once the rain started to f
Australia earn themselves some Ashes consolation
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
much for England at The Oval Covers were brought on once the rain started to fall and remained on until well after lunch Peter Siddle appeals for the wicket of Mark Wood and got it after a successful review by captain Clarke Wood walks off after... Read more
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Daily Mail
Australia close in on Ashes 5th Test win as England end day 3 203-6their last two first innings wickets with their lead standing at 332. When the
Australia close in on Ashes 5th Test win as England end day 3 203-6
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
their last two first innings wickets with their lead standing at 332. When the Yorkshireman poked meekly at the impressive Peter Siddle and was again exposed outside off-stump he left the Oval with his head down knowing he will not be touring with... Read more
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The Sport Bible
The Greatest Volleys In Premier League Historyscreamer and thunderb*stard in between, here are the Premier League's greatest
The Greatest Volleys In Premier League History
The Sport Bible / Posted 13 days ago
screamer and thunderb*stard in between, here are the Premier League's greatest volleyed efforts. Tony Yeboah vs Liverpool Peter Crouch vs Manchester City Paul Scholes vs Bradford City Gustavo Poyet vs Sunderland Patjim Kasami vs Crystal... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ulster's Darren Cave, Dan Tuohy and Craig Gilroy's World Cup hopes on the line after Ireland release for Leinster gamethe final cut. As for tonight, Ulster coach Neil Doak has named a 33-man panel
Ulster's Darren Cave, Dan Tuohy and Craig Gilroy's World Cup hopes on the line after Ireland release for Leinster game
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
the final cut. As for tonight, Ulster coach Neil Doak has named a 33-man panel — which will see newcomers Sam Windsor, Peter Browne and Paul Rowley all making their debuts — in a game which will see the starting side play one half and then... Read more
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Spalding Today
Bourne Grammar School GCSE resultsSHANKAR Rashmi B** C** E* EL* F** H* M** P** EPR** ST** FM**; RAMSDEN Lewis B*
Bourne Grammar School GCSE results
Spalding Today / Posted 14 days ago
SHANKAR Rashmi B** C** E* EL* F** H* M** P** EPR** ST** FM**; RAMSDEN Lewis B* C* D* E* EL* G* GR M* P* ST* MAI*; RANSOM Peter B* C* CO* D* E* EL* G* M* P* SP*; RAYNER Daniel B* C* E* EL** F* G* H* M* P* SP* MAI*; REEVES Alice B* C* D** E* EL* G*... Read more
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101 Great Goals
Peter Beagrie makes a hilarious pronunciation mistake referencing Man United legend Paul Scholes (Vine)pronunciation error was spotted on the premier sports news channel. Former Sto
Peter Beagrie makes a hilarious pronunciation mistake referencing Man United legend Paul Scholes (Vine)
101 Great Goals / Posted 14 days ago
pronunciation error was spotted on the premier sports news channel. Former Stoke, Everton, Man City and Bradford winger Peter Beagrie was a guest on SSN on Wednesday, when the talking head tried to make reference to Man United legend Paul... Read more
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Who Ate All The Pies
On This Day In 1995: ‘You’ll Win Nothing With Kids’ – Alan Hansen Achieves Punditry Immortalityobserved: “You’ll never win anything with kids.” Those kids included David Bec
On This Day In 1995: ‘You’ll Win Nothing With Kids’ – Alan Hansen Achieves Punditry Immortality
Who Ate All The Pies / Posted 15 days ago
observed: “You’ll never win anything with kids.” Those kids included David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Gary Neville and Paul Scholes and by the end of the season they’d helped United to a League and Cup double. Hansen was never allowed to forget it,... Read more
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Independent
How Manchester United's Class of 1992 handle life in the lower leagues - through their involvement with Salford Citythe core of the Manchester United side that dominated English football for a ge
How Manchester United's Class of 1992 handle life in the lower leagues - through their involvement with Salford City
Independent / Posted 21 days ago
the core of the Manchester United side that dominated English football for a generation – Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes and the Neville brothers – might have been touched by the song’s earthy sentiments. Certainly, they are now more... Read more
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tribalfootball.com
Xherdan Shaqiri: Why Effenberg's Stoke slam is all wrongCOMMENT: 12 million quid? For a talent like And this week's deal is a triumph
Xherdan Shaqiri: Why Effenberg's Stoke slam is all wrong
tribalfootball.com / Posted 21 days ago
COMMENT: 12 million quid? For a talent like And this week's deal is a triumph for everyone connected to Stoke City. From Peter Coates and Tony Scholes, to Mark Hughes and Kevin Cruickshank, the players, right through to a full Brit on Sunday. As... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Mario Balotelli’s 25th birthday, weird Spanish jersey, Peter Crouch banter, Albrighton’s inspirationFirmino, Divock Origi, Emre Can, Dejan Lovren and Martin Skrtel were among the
Mario Balotelli’s 25th birthday, weird Spanish jersey, Peter Crouch banter, Albrighton’s inspiration
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 22 days ago
Firmino, Divock Origi, Emre Can, Dejan Lovren and Martin Skrtel were among the guests at his birthday shindig. BRILLIANT! Peter Crouch has never been one afraid to poke fun at himself on social media. And this is a gem ... INSPIRATIONAL? We’ve... Read more
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Daily Mail
Beckham had too many MLS commitments to get involved with Salford Cityat Salford City to work on winning an MLS franchise in America. Ryan Giggs con
Beckham had too many MLS commitments to get involved with Salford City
Daily Mail / Posted 22 days ago
at Salford City to work on winning an MLS franchise in America. Ryan Giggs confirmed that he and fellow United greats Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, Gary Neville and Phil Neville approached Beckham last year to be part of their dream of taking the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Stoke complete Xherdan Shaqiri transfer as winger arrives for club-record £12mSunday. And the Potters have now completed deal, smashing the previous transfe
Stoke complete Xherdan Shaqiri transfer as winger arrives for club-record £12m
Daily Mirror / Posted 23 days ago
Sunday. And the Potters have now completed deal, smashing the previous transfer record of £10million, which they paid for Peter Crouch in 2011. Shaqiri has penned a five-year deal with the club and could feature at Tottenham this... Read more
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sportsmole
Sheringham misses penalty on United debutin Sheringham's absence, was the first to have an attempt on goal, but his effo
Sheringham misses penalty on United debut
sportsmole / Posted 24 days ago
in Sheringham's absence, was the first to have an attempt on goal, but his effort was thwarted by visiting goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel. Meanwhile, up the other end, Sheringham stung the palms of Ian Walker. But, it was after the restart that... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Gary and Phil were at dying father Neville's bedside while Utd offer condolencesas soon as they heard their dad had been taken ill and were at his bedside alon
Gary and Phil were at dying father Neville's bedside while Utd offer condolences
Daily Mirror / Posted 27 days ago
as soon as they heard their dad had been taken ill and were at his bedside along with his wife Jill. Footy mad: Phil, Paul Scholes, Neville and Gary attend Brighouse Town versus Salford City Manchester United said: “We are sad to learn that... Read more
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Manning River Times
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Wo
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015
Manning River Times / Posted 1 months ago
Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Workers Club auditorium for each show. Photo: Peter Oliver, Goulburn Post GRIFFITH: Flowers are scattered from a helicopter at the opening of the Sikh temple. Picture:... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Wo
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 1 months ago
Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Workers Club auditorium for each show. Photo: Peter Oliver, Goulburn Post GRIFFITH: Flowers are scattered from a helicopter at the opening of the Sikh temple. Picture:... Read more
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The North West Star
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Wo
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015
The North West Star / Posted 1 months ago
Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Workers Club auditorium for each show. Photo: Peter Oliver, Goulburn Post GRIFFITH: Flowers are scattered from a helicopter at the opening of the Sikh temple. Picture:... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Wo
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015
Daily Liberal / Posted 1 months ago
Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Workers Club auditorium for each show. Photo: Peter Oliver, Goulburn Post GRIFFITH: Flowers are scattered from a helicopter at the opening of the Sikh temple. Picture:... Read more
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The Border Mail
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Wo
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015
The Border Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Workers Club auditorium for each show. Photo: Peter Oliver, Goulburn Post GRIFFITH: Flowers are scattered from a helicopter at the opening of the Sikh temple. Picture:... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Wo
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 1 months ago
Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Workers Club auditorium for each show. Photo: Peter Oliver, Goulburn Post GRIFFITH: Flowers are scattered from a helicopter at the opening of the Sikh temple. Picture:... Read more
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The Courier
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Wo
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015
The Courier / Posted 1 months ago
Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Workers Club auditorium for each show. Photo: Peter Oliver, Goulburn Post GRIFFITH: Flowers are scattered from a helicopter at the opening of the Sikh temple. Picture:... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Wo
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 1 months ago
Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Workers Club auditorium for each show. Photo: Peter Oliver, Goulburn Post GRIFFITH: Flowers are scattered from a helicopter at the opening of the Sikh temple. Picture:... Read more
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The Young Witness
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Wo
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015
The Young Witness / Posted 1 months ago
Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Workers Club auditorium for each show. Photo: Peter Oliver, Goulburn Post GRIFFITH: Flowers are scattered from a helicopter at the opening of the Sikh temple. Picture:... Read more
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Western Advocate
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Wo
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015
Western Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Workers Club auditorium for each show. Photo: Peter Oliver, Goulburn Post GRIFFITH: Flowers are scattered from a helicopter at the opening of the Sikh temple. Picture:... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Wo
The week in pictures | July 31, 2015
Kiama Independent / Posted 1 months ago
Schools concert ran over four nights this week with audience filling out the Workers Club auditorium for each show. Photo: Peter Oliver, Goulburn Post GRIFFITH: Flowers are scattered from a helicopter at the opening of the Sikh temple. Picture:... Read more
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