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    5 Things We Learned From Manchester United’s 3-0 Thrashing of Liverpool

    Manchester Uniteds 3-0 victory over arch rivals Liverpool this previous weekend was not only deserved, it also enabled us to take stock over the current situation at Manchester United. What did Sunday's showcase teach us? ...

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    Is Manchester United’s David De Gea Now the Premier League’s Best Player?

    With every astonishing David De Gea save Old Trafford bristled with acclaim. Chelsea may have lost their "Invincibles" tag last week, but it looks to have been passed on to Manchester United’s Spanish goalkeeper—at least on the basis of his Man of the Match display against Liverpool. De Gea made saves from Mario Balotelli, Raheem Sterling and Steven Gerrard among others. He made saves with his feet and his hands, even stopping a couple of shots with his knees. It was a performance that sparked countless memes, proclaiming that the Man Utd keeper could have saved the Titanic, or is the only one who could save your loveless relationship. The only thing De Gea couldn’t save on Sunday was perhaps Brendan Rodgers’ job, with the Liverpool boss under more pressure than ever. ...

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    Southampton Aren’t in Crisis—They Just Need the Little Things to Start Going for Them Again

    The Saints are currently not so much marching in as tripping over every other stone that’s been laid in their path. The greatest frustration seems to be that the team itself has put a great deal of those stones there. Errors have arguably been a significant factor in the last three goals Southampton have conceded, especially the first against Manchester United and the goal against Burnley. The high-flyers from the South Coast have now lost four on the bounce, taking one point from a possible 15. That run of five games is book-ended by matches that would have appeared, based on form and quality, eminently winnable: away fixtures at Aston Villa and Burnley should have yielded six points, even if games at home to the two Manchester teams and away at Arsenal were significantly harder. ...

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    Game Week XV – The Return of the CFO

    So near, yet so far. Approaching the Monday Night Football carnival of Everton vs QPR there were 6 players still in with a chance to win up to £10,000 absolutely FREE. With 10 minutes to go we lost our last challenger as Bobby Zamora struck the death knell for Stu Heale's 3-0 prediction, and ensured that for the first time in week our CFO is smiling.....well, kind of. There were 59 winners who correctly predicted 5 outcomes and each take home a welcome £33.89 each. ABSOLUTELY FREE ...

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