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Everton 1 – United 1: A tale of two halves

Posted by hakanrylander on October 26, 2008

I’m rarely as relaxed watching United as I was during the first half against Everton. United seemed in total control. But for some reason (a David Moyes hairdryer?) the game looked completely different in the second half. With Everton more aggressive and United unable to handle this.

At the beginning of the season most fans, myself included, probably ranked Giggs and Fletcher as fifth and sixth in the central midfield pecking order, behind Scholes, Carrick, Hargreaves and Anderson. Yesterday they were United’s best players. Ferguson can look forward to another difficult selection problem when Carrick and Hargreaves (and later Scholes) return to full fitness.

Rooney’s badge-kissing in front of the Everton fans was simply stupid. Grow up Wayne!

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