The good, the Fred and the boring

Should a team not just win, but provide some sort of entertainment while doing so? The question has bothered the sports community for decades and Manchester United’s 0-0 draw with Sevilla brought the question to the forefront of the soccer world.
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I feel your pain, Wayne

I didn’t think I’d find myself contemplating readjusting a large portion of my lifestyle that means a lot to me so soon. It all started recently with a daily routine that I simply couldn’t ignore anymore. Every morning, I’d find myself checking my phone notifications, which often mentioned Manchester United
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Knights in shining armor

“I don’t know why people idolize athletes. I find it stupid for people to look up to them,” said a close friend once when we were having a casual debate on the toughest sports. I unsurprisingly was outraged at this comment. For a person who loves sports, that comment was
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Memorial Stadium no longer hosting Manchester United match

The game that had many soccer fans in the Berkeley area in a fervor has been moved from its original site, Kabam Field at Memorial Stadium. Instead, the game — which features Manchester United, one of the world’s most popular soccer teams taking on MLS’ San Jose Earthquakes — will
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Memorial Stadium to host Manchester United over summer

For the second year in a row, UC Berkeley will serve host to a match involving at least one of the world’s premier soccer programs. Manchester United will take on Major League Soccer’s Bay Area affiliate, the San Jose Earthquakes, at Kabam Field at California Memorial Stadium. The game is
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The UnSeung Hero: Saying goodbye to Sir Alex Ferguson

Last Thursday, when Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson announced he will retire after this season, a soccer correspondent on SportsCenter drew the analogy that Ferguson is like “Bill Belichick in about 12 years’ time, with three or four more Super Bowls.” A flattering analogy, but it only paints half the
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