John O’Shea Excited After Sunderland Move

John O’Shea was persuaded to leave Manchester United by the prospect of exciting times ahead at Sunderland under manager Steve Bruce. The 30-year-old Republic of Ireland international last night signed a four-year deal at the Stadium of Light for an undisclosed fee – understood to be in the region of ¬£5million – to end his long association with the Red Devils. O’Shea told SAFC TV: “It was one of those…

July 8, 2011
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Sunderland Close In On John O’Shea

Manchester United defender John O’Shea is due at Sunderland on Thursday for a medical as Black Cats manager Steve Bruce closes in on yet another summer signing. O’Shea’s United team-mate Wes Brown had a medical on Wearside on Wednesday night and if Bruce completes both deals it will take his transfer total to eight. United’s Darron Gibson is also still on the radar and Sunderland have high hopes of completing…

July 7, 2011
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I Will Seek Advice On Beating Barcelona From Jose Mourinho: Alex Ferguson

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has said he will turn to Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho for advice on how his side should approach their Champions League final against Barcelona at Wembley later this month. Manchester United cruised their way into the final after overwhelming Bundesliga outfit Schalke 4-1 at Old Trafford last night to complete a 6-1 aggregate win. A brace from Anderson and a goal apiece from…

May 5, 2011
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We Are Not Afraid Of Barcelona: Sir Alex Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson said Manchester United could not afford to fear Barcelona after setting up a UEFA Champions League final showdown with the Spanish giants. United romped into the 28 May¬†showpiece at Wembley after overwhelming Bundesliga outfit Schalke 04 4-1 at Old Trafford on Wednesday with a virtual reserve team, completing a crushing 6-1 aggregate victory. Two goals from Anderson plus one apiece from Antonio Valencia and Darron Gibson fired…

May 5, 2011
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‘I Accept My Punishment’: Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney has admitted he was wrong to swear into a television camera and said he accepts his punishment. In an interview on TalkSport radio the Manchester United striker spoke for the first time of the incident in the 4-2 victory over West Ham United when he swore into a camera as he celebrated his hat-trick. “I didn’t realise what I’d done. It was just emotions, it was a release…

April 13, 2011
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