Podcast

Talk Of The Devils Podcast: Episode Thirty Seven

11 Jul , 2014  

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The TalkOfTheDevils.com podcast returns for a special edition during the World Cup. United legend Gordon Hill is joined by author Wayne Barton to discuss England’s failings as well as the tournament in general – including impressive Germany and dismal Brazil. The main topic of conversation, of course, is Louis van Gaal and Holland, while the […]

Columnists

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Terry Gibson “Van Gaal The Right Man”

11 Jul , 2014  

Terry Gibson of Manchester United playing in 1987

The tale of Terry Gibson at Manchester United is one that oozes frustration and curiosity at what might have been. Terry arrived at the club in early 1986 from Coventry City where he recorded an impressive tally of 52 goals in just over 100 appearances and remembers the speculation in the weeks leading up to […]

Columnists

View From Juventus: Vidal, Pogba, Evra And More

9 Jul , 2014  

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We caught up with Juventus supporter Rav Gopal to discuss the current transfer rumours between the clubs. Rav created one of the first English language Juventus supporter websites all the way back in 2001, JuveFC.com. Hi Rav. Thanks for giving us your time… Once upon a time United and Juventus were forever being drawn against […]

Former Players

EXCLUSIVE: Duxbury “Van Gaal The Outstanding Manager”

8 Jul , 2014  

Louis van Gaal has started his World Cup preparations with Holland

Manchester United legend Mike Duxbury says that Louis van Gaal’s performances in the World Cup will only serve to heighten excitement and expectation among supporters. Van Gaal’s Holland team made it to the Semi Finals – where they face Argentina tomorrow night – after a dramatic Quarter Final with Costa Rica. The new United manager […]

Columnists

Champions Of Honour: Tribute To Di Stefano

8 Jul , 2014  

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It was a heartbroken Real Madrid treasurer Don Raimondo Saporta who broke the news of the Munich air crash to Alfredo Di Stefano. On hearing Saporta telephoned the player at his home. A call which the player would later recall as amongst the ”saddest moments of his life.” As news filtered through to Madrid, the […]

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Revealed: Last Class Of 92 Player To Keep Playing

8 Jul , 2014  

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And then there was one. With the news earlier this summer that Ryan Giggs was to retire from the most successful playing career in English football history, the story of the ‘Class of 92’ which proved a welcome distraction for Manchester United supporters in a difficult season under the management of David Moyes seemed to […]

Columnists

EXCLUSIVE: Retrospective Interview With Sir Matt Busby

6 Jul , 2014  

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In the early 1980’s, Fred Eyre and myself wrote a book called ‘What A Game’ which reflected the favourite match that famous personalities, players etc had seen Manchester United and Manchester City play. Around the selection was a biography of the person. For a sports book it did brilliantly selling 13,000 with a reprint. Amongst […]

Former Players

EXCLUSIVE: Hill – Making Rooney Captain Would Be “A Joke”

5 Jul , 2014  

Wayne Rooney, Manchester United

Manchester United legend Gordon Hill believes that making Wayne Rooney the new club captain would be a “joke”. Rumours surfaced over social networking on Saturday evening that Rooney has already been told that he will succeed Nemanja Vidic as United captain, and former winger Hill is dissatisfied with the suggestion. “I think, if it’s true, […]

Competition

COMPETITION: Win United’s Classic Vintage 1980 Away Shirt

5 Jul , 2014  

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With the new season on the horizon, everybody will be looking forward to a new shirt to wear to cheer on Louis van Gaal’s new look Manchester United to hopeful glory. The new home shirt comes out this coming week but with the new sponsor of Chevrolet, their emblem dominates the famous red, getting mixed […]

Columnists

The Closest Defeat

1 Jul , 2014  

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The recent overturn of Olympiacos two goal deficit was one of four such turnarounds Manchester United has achieved in European knock out football. Bilbao in 1957, Tottenham in 1963, Barcelona in 1984 being the others. There was one game however, when United nearly turned round a FOUR goal deficit. Old Trafford’s reputation as the ‘Theatre […]