Date: 17th December 2011 at 7:58pm
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Lampard hands City their first league defeat

Lampard hands City their first league defeat

We had a good weekend of Premiership football. Manchester United won, and finally scored more than one goal. Nani and Rooney, or, Nanooney as I like to call them, both played well and scored two each in our 4-1 against Wolves.

Manchester City finally lost a Premiership match. In a match dubbed El Cashico, they lost 2-1 to Chelsea. City were quick to blame the ref, for not giving them a penalty. The fact that Yaya Toure should have been sent off and City showed nothing after the first 20 minutes was irrelevant, the ref was to blame.

This week saw the sad news that Darren Fletcher is to take an extended break from football for health reasons. I’m sure everyone will wish him all the best, as he concentrates on getting better and getting back into the United team.

It seems like it has been a week for injury news. David Villa suffered a horrible leg break, and will be out for months. Arsenal left back Andre Santos suffered ankle ligament damage, and will be out for 3 months. Kieron ‘Plays less than Hargreaves’ Dyer, will miss the rest of the season.

It was the draw for the Europa league this week. Manchester United were drawn against the Dutch giants Ajax. A Dutch ‘cafĂ©’ is the only acceptable place to ever utter the words ‘That Obertan was pretty decent.’

The Evra/Suarez case will drag on in to another week. As everyone waited, on twitter at 4pm to hear the result. Liverpool and Manchester United fans united in their disappointment. The last time this happened, was when it was announced that Cheryl Cole was marrying Ashley.

Mario Balotelli decided to kick off again. This time, he had a training ground bust up with Micah Richards. The reason? A stray pass. It is believed that Alex Ferguson has a plan to send him over the edge. He is planning on sending them Darron Gibson, on loan.


One response to “United Go Dutch, Mario Goes Beserk, Fletch Goes Home: Weekly News Round-Up”

  1. kim firth says:

    thats hilarous stockport red,especially the last bit of darron gibson