In the Mail article linking United to Hudson-Odoi, "Manchester United" is the first two words and then they are not referenced to or mentioned again. It's almost like they are using the name of the club for no other reason than to get folk to click or buy the paper.
RT @APHClarkson: Leave's inability to mobilise significant numbers of people in demonstrations opens up serious doubt over claims that anything other than Hard Brexit would lead to revolt in the streets. That Leave couldn't counter today's Remain protests makes Brexitism look like a paper tiger
Giggs: “I didn’t like Arsenal. I didn’t like Vieira ’cos he was dirty and got away with murder. I didn’t like Petit because he had long hair. I didn’t like Bergkamp. I didn’t like Pires even though when you meet him now he’s dead nice. I wouldn’t even look at them.” [Mail] #MUFC
Giggs: “Bergkamp? Nah, I told myself he wasn’t as good as Cantona. You had to get that in your head, that intense dislike. It was pure motivation. Deep down we knew. They were top drawer and that rivalry was everything to us. Deeper even than Liverpool at that time.” [Mail] #MUFC
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