Remembering Manchester United 09/010 Defence

Manchester United have experienced some of the best defenders in the EPL era with a number of these players entering the folklore of the Old Trafford faithful. One of the squad that many will not forget in a while is the last Champions League squad built by Sir Alex Ferguson.

The defence was built on world-class players that understood their roles and were at the top of their games. In goal was Edwin Van Der Saar one of the best stoppers in the past decade for the club. Van Der Saar was the person that brought stability to the club by his authority and safe hands at the back.

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Why Women’s Football is Important to Broadcast Live?

It is important to broadcast the women’s world cup matches live so that it makes the most of the moment. BBC has decided to broadcast all the matches of the eighth edition of Women’s World Cup. Before England and Sweden face each other in the third-place play-off at the World Cup, the nation will definitely feel proud of the moments and achievements of the players. At times, the Lionesses have provided exciting and breathless football matches and they have even scored more goals than any of the other world cups in France. The manager of the team, Phil Neville, also has a record of only four defeats in a total of 23 matches that are enviable. The loss for England in the semi-final against the United States this week was declared as the biggest UK television event of the year.

Women’s football matches have come of age recently and they make the very most of such a moment. It is growing in popularity across Western Europe now. Women’s football was banned in England has thankfully gone now, known as the misogyny of the past. Unfortunately, Sexism has not completely disappeared. The former French captain, Patrice Evra, who appeared as an expert during men’s World Cup last year gave appreciation to Eni Aluko, his female English co-panelist, as he was astonished to hear a woman offering a fluent and pointed analysis of the matches. It is excellent for the beautiful game to find out such attitudes that are an exception.

Women’s games generated nearly £40.7m revenue between 2016 and 2018 which is known to be a fraction more than the men’s. The women’s team is fighting for equal pay as part of rights. Perhaps the solution is to broadcast top division games for women live on the BBC. It is understood that there is an appetite for those and also high-profile exposure that would help drive supporters. This, in turn, will help to increase the funds commercially.

Why Women’s Football is Important to Broadcast Live?

It is important to broadcast the women’s world cup matches live so that it makes the most of the moment. BBC has decided to broadcast all the matches of the eighth edition of Women’s World Cup. Before England and Sweden face each other in the third-place play-off at the World Cup, the nation will definitely feel proud of the moments and achievements of the players. At times, the Lionesses have provided exciting and breathless football matches and they have even scored more goals than any of the other world cups in France. The manager of the team, Phil Neville, also has a record of only four defeats in a total of 23 matches that are enviable. The loss for England in the semi-final against the United States this week was declared as the biggest UK television event of the year.

Women’s football matches have come of age recently and they make the very most of such a moment. It is growing in popularity across Western Europe now. Women’s football was banned in England has thankfully gone now, known as the misogyny of the past. Unfortunately, Sexism has not completely disappeared. The former French captain, Patrice Evra, who appeared as an expert during men’s World Cup last year gave appreciation to Eni Aluko, his female English co-panelist, as he was astonished to hear a woman offering a fluent and pointed analysis of the matches. It is excellent for the beautiful game to find out such attitudes that are an exception.
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Drogba Expects French Football to Reach Premier League Heights

Didier Drogba is best known around the world for his exploits with Chelsea after having represented the club as a player over two spells. He enjoyed immense success with the team by winning almost every major honour including the Premier League and Champions League. However, he started his career with French outfit Guingamp before moving onto Marseille. Even though he stayed there only for one year before moving on to Chelsea in 2004, Drogba seems to have learnt a lot of in his football career from his time in French football.

Unlike many of the star players who started out with high-profile clubs, Drogba was playing his football in the second division before he moved up the ladder. Towards the end of his career, Drogba had achieved immense success with Chelsea that he became a huge representative of the team in many ways. French teams have been unable to make a major impact in the European stage but Drogba thinks that Premier League was not in a too different state 20 years ago. Back then, Italian and Spanish clubs were dominating the European front and English teams were largely struggling to make any impact.
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Patrice Evra is Being Investigated for Homophobic Insults

A complaint had been launched from association against Patrice Evra for hurling homophobic insults. This led to an investigation being launched. The incident took place when Paris Saint Germain was defeated by Manchester United, Evra’s former club in the Champions League. The office of the prosecutor has started investigating into the homophobic insults against Patrice Evra who insulted the PSG players. Legal complaints have been filed by 2 gay rights group against him. He had used a homophobic slur when he was taunting PSG.

The complaint was for the public insult that is homophobic in nature. It has been launched with the public prosecutor of Paris by 2 groups and this was being supported by Paris Foot Gay, a former amateur club.  Patrice Evra had made the comments on a video that had been posted on social media. He wrote, PSG is weird and the real men are doing the talking there.
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EVRA GIVES MAN UNITED NEW NICKNAME

Premier League giants Manchester United have been on fire since the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the new interim manager following the departure of Jose Mourinho.

The Red Devils have been so impressive since Ole took over the reins, winning nine out of ten games and scoring many goals in the process. The Premier League win against Spurs and FA Cup win against Arsenal are the highlights of the club’s brilliant unbeaten run.
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