Daniel Taylor

Manchester United

Danny Welbeck Told He Can Leave Man Utd, But Only For Team Outside Top Six

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By Chris Wright

This is a biggie so we suggest you find something suitable to faint on before you read on, but it is being reported that Danny Welbeck has been told by Louis van Gaal that he is free to leave the club.

Indeed, the Telegraph are reporting outright that Welbeck, 23, has been told he's free to leave United, with Arsenal and Tottenham already lurking.

Country’s leading journos: Moyes froze at United

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For the 2013-2014 RoM season review, a whole host of this country's leading journalists answered a few questions on the season just gone.

Here is just a small excerpt of their opinions.

Daniel Taylor, The Guardian: Well, I had no idea it would be quite as bad as it turned out.

The RoM 2013-2014 season review

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The Republik of Mancunia has produced a season review of the 2013-2014 which should tick all the boxes for Manchester United fans. Having endured the worst season for over a couple of decades, the dark clouds have lifted and we have something to look forward to again.

Without being doom and gloom, the RoM season review identifies the problems of last year as well as highlighting the positives, with a group of fantastic journalists, United supporting football writers and fans all chipping in.

Rumour: Everton left-back Leighton Baines could face Man Utd tonight

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Rumours about Leighton Baines possibly back for #EFC at #MUFC tonight. He's definitely here. Chatting on pitch with Martinez Daniel Taylor (@DTguardian) December 4, 2013 Leighton Baines could make a surprise return from injury to face the club that tried to sign him in the summer, according to rumours swirling around Goodison Park.

Wayne Rooney Prepared to Submit Transfer Request at Manchester United: Daily Soccer Report

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Wayne Rooney is prepared to submit a transfer request at Manchester United to force his way out of the club, according toThe Guardiannewspaper.

Reporter Daniel Taylor writes that "there is a strong possibility that he will have formalized his position at Old Trafford with a transfer request" and "Rooney is increasingly thinking he will have to [submit a transfer request] after United revealed they had turned down a second bid from Stamford Bridge.

RoM Reads

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Scott writes for The Metro about whether Jesse Lingard can solve our transfer worries.

Beautifully Red has the best moments in GIF form from our defeat to Yokohama.

United Rant talks about the next generation of reds.

Old Trafford Faithful believes selling Nani would be a mistake.

RoM Reads

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Scott writes for The Metro about why Moyes has done well to appoint Phil Neville.

The Guardian claims Sir Alex Ferguson will stay away from Old Trafford for Moyes' first few games.

The Daily Mail reports on advice that Eric Steele has for our new coaches.

The London Evening Standard talks to Ravel Morrison.

RoM Reads

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Scott writes for The Metro about swapping Leighton Baines for Patrice Evra.

The Guardian has the latest on Rooney's situation at the club.

The Busby Babe discusses the sale of Mats Moller Daehli.

Soccerlens talks about the Thiago deal getting closer.

Not Nineteen Forever: UK/US
- Foreword by Barney Chilton (editor of Red News fanzine)
- Preview of United's season by top journalists Daniel Taylor (The Guardian), Henry Winter (The Telegraph) and Mark Odgen (The Telegraph).

RoM Reads

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Rob Smyth's preview for tonight's game against Real Madrid in The Guardian.

Marca talks about Cristiano Ronaldo as a Ballon d'Or winner with United.

The Mirror has a chat with Scott the Red ahead of the Real Madrid game.

The Independent looks at how Real Madrid tried to help after Munich.

RoM Reads

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England Football Blog talks about Tyler Blackett's progression at United.

United Rant reflects on Park's departure.

ManUtd24 talks about new signing Nick Powell.

This Is Hull and East Riding reports on Ben Amos' chances of being Hull's #1.

By Far The Greatest team has all the details from John Terry's trial.

Rio Ferdinand admits his England career is ‘almost certainly finished’

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This article titled "Rio Ferdinand admits his England career is 'almost certainly finished'" was written by Daniel Taylor in Krakow, for The Guardian on Saturday 9th June 2012 08.01 UTC

Rio Ferdinand has admitted his England career is almost certainly finished after the disappointment and controversy of being excluded from Roy Hodgson's England squad for Euro 2012.

Joleon Lescott’s mission: to stop the talk about Rio Ferdinand

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This article titled "Joleon Lescott's mission: to stop the talk about Rio Ferdinand" was written by Daniel Taylor, for The Guardian on Tuesday 5th June 2012 16.33 UTC

Maybe it was just an accidental oversight on Sir Alex Ferguson's part or, knowing the way the Manchester United manager occasionally works, perhaps there was an intentional dash of mischief involved when he was asked recently about the central defenders England should take to Euro 2012 and Joleon Lescott, from the other side of town, did not warrant a mention.

Sorry seems to be the hardest word at Anfield

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Yesterday saw Kenny Dalglish reminded in the clearest terms the power of Liverpool football club rests not in the Anfield dugout but in a boardroom of Boston. The club's owners were finally forced to take action to preserve the world wide reputation of one of England's greatest brands.

After the handshake that never was on Saturday lunchtime, and Dalglish's confrontational post-match interview with Sky in which he revealed he'd been visiting the same optician as Arsene Wenger, Liverpool were looking increasingly ridiculous.

The Guardian - The Fabrication of Reality

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Newspapers are for news...
... not privatised profitable propaganda for one individual.

It always flushes out the murky does the January Transfer Window - with a business restriction of just one month within season, all manipulations, criminalities, envelope stuffing, bribing and pressurising are themselves pressured by time.

The balancing act - competing for a title while also giving young players experience

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Most coaches, managers or buisness leaders offer the first level of experience in an orientation or apprenticeship by observing. Sitting on the sideline while watching a more experienced mentor often offers an initial level of insight on 'how to do things around here'.

As important as observation (sitting and watching) or theoretical experience (lectures or reading), there is no experience more valuable than practical experience - getting your hands dirty and learning from trial and error.

Luis Suárez and Patrice Evra racism case: FA hearing begins in secrecy

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Luis Suárez and Patrice Evra racism case: FA hearing begins in secrecy

• Disciplinary case into claims against Suárez is under way • Case set to last two days, with both players giving evidence Luis Suárez's disciplinary hearing for allegedly racially abusing Patrice Evra has begun in secrecy, the Guardian can reveal.

Luis Suárez and Patrice Evra racism case presents problem for FA | Daniel Taylor

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Luis Suárez and Patrice Evra racism case presents problem for FA | Daniel Taylor

It will be tricky for the authorities to work through the semantics of what the Liverpool striker is alleged to have said What we don't know for certain is the word Luis Suárez used.

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QPR Report: Paul Furlong Returns to QPR...Manchester City...Au Revoir Barton...

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QPR Report: Paul Furlong Returns to QPR...Manchester City...Au Revoir Barton...

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Paul Furlong Flashback! Back row: Greg Costello, Justin Channing, Darren Woodhurst, Gary Woodhurst, Brian Law, Ian Radford,Paul Furlong - Front row: Andrew Cronin, Bradley Wright, Robert Herrera, John Murray, Mark Fleming, Steven Lynch



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Daniel Taylor on United as favourites and Rooney staying put

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Daniel Taylor, chief football writer for The Guardian and author of This Is The One, has shared his thoughts on United ahead of the 2012-2013 season.

Scott the Red: United never implode at the end of the season. What do you think happened?

Daniel Taylor: Lots of things.

Joleon Lescott added a bit more red to the England kit design

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Joleon Lescott recently launched his own clothing line together with his brother Aaron and Milwall player Jordan Stewart, so he likes to think he has an eye for fashion. And during England's friendly against Belgium on Saturday, he brought his own personal touch to England's traditional white kit by adding a Jackson Pollock pattern of red to what was already there (I'm calling it now -- someone will design a kit with a fake blood pattern on it sooner or later) for a more understated version of Terry Butcher's famous design.

On last night

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I wasn't watching Sp*rs v Bolton last night but followed events via Twitter. It was heartening to eventually hear that Fabrice Muamba was stable, despite being critically ill, because it's one of those situations where it's easy, and sadly usually accurate, to fear the worst.

All we can do this morning is hope that the fight he has shown as a young man, and a player, to get where he did in football continues and that he pulls through this fully.

The Pros and Cons of Manchester's Exit from Europe

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Pros

So, the first pro is fairly obvious - hilarity. It's always funny to watch United lose, especially in Europe where Fergie's ability to influence referees is less pronounced. The fact that they were served up one of the easiest CL groups I can remember makes it even funnier.

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QPR Report: Kenny on QPR Staying Up...Hodgson on Picking Terry...11 Year Flashback: QPR First Game Back in Division III Since 1967...

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- Maybe No DJ Campbell to Blackpool (Too Costly Wages, Claims Ian Holloway)

- Barton to Blackpool?

Ashley Cole defends John Terry, Arsenal fans at trial

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Three days into the John Terry trial over allegations of a racial slur used against QPR's Anton Ferdinand during a Premier League match last season and the proceedings seem to have gotten lost in a farcical bizarro world.

On a day that included statements proclaiming the good character of John Terry from just about everyone ever associated with Chelsea (including the likes of Jose Mourinho and the club's bus driver), key witness Ashley Cole took the stand and made it clear that he felt this wasn't a matter that should have gone to trial.

QPR Report: Bill Tidy QPR Cartoons..Ex-QPR Ivor Powell 96th Birthday..Disavowing Paladini..Tony Hazell/Michael Wale...John Terry's "Rendezvous With Destiny

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JOHN TERRY COURT DATE.

Euro 2012

Il gran finale di Euro 2012: España contra Italia

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The 30 (24+4+2)Â matches of Euro 2012 over the past 23 days have led to the finale, later today in the Ukrainian capital's Olympic Stadium:

Euro 2012 Final : 1 July 2012 More » Spain 20.45 Italy Referee: Pedro Proença (POR) – Stadium: Olympic Stadium, Kyiv (UKR)

We'll be gathering to watch at CultFootball HQ West, which should make for a good viewing atmosphere not least because of one us is partial to Spain (arising from a longtime affinity for Dutch total football, through to Barcelona starting in the '90s and to the technical brilliance to today's tiki-taka), while the other has a rooting roots for Gli Azzurri (Italian ancestors plus childhood Saturdays spent watching the Serie A match of the week on the broadcast Italian channel, not to mention years spent as a defender).

Euro 2012: England draw with France after Joleon Lescott opens scoring

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This article titled "Euro 2012: England draw with France after Joleon Lescott opens scoring" was written by Daniel Taylor at Donbass Arena, for The Guardian on Monday 11th June 2012 18.08 UTC

Briefly, there was the sense of a team that could give Euro 2012 a jolt. Steven Gerrard had just delivered a cross so exquisite it would have been impudent for Joleon Lescott not to apply the finishing touch.

Football’s dark side casts ominous shadows on the streets of Krakow

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This article titled "Football's dark side casts ominous shadows on the streets of Krakow" was written by Daniel Taylor, for The Observer on Sunday 10th June 2012 00.16 UTC

The graffiti stares back at you as soon as you leave John Paul II International Airport and set off on the drive into Krakow.

QPR Report Saturday Snippets...QPR of 1927-1928

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- Sean Wright Phillips Charity Ride: Los Angeles to Las Vegas
- Anton Ferdinand Reportedly Set for Charity Game in Ghana June 24

-Lakshmi Mittal Carrying the Olympics Flame Subject of some Press Criticism

- England Team Visits to Auschwitz and Schindler's Factory
- Article from Year Ago Trying to Understand Financial Significance to QPR of A Ticket Price Increase
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Kicking Off Euro 2012, Part 3: Many Miscellaneous Previews

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Part of our Euro 2012 kickoff series: a very loosely curated collection of various tournament previews. Clearly we haven't read them all this serves as a sort of list of bookmarks that we'll try to return to over the course of the tournament:

General tournament previews:

  • What To Watch At Euro 2012 | ESPNFC.

Kicking Off Euro 2012, Part 3: Many Miscellaneous Preview Links

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Part 3 of our Kicking Off Euro 2012 series: a very loosely curated collection of various tournament previews. Clearly we haven't read them all this serves as a sort of list of bookmarks that we'll try to return to over the course of the tournament:

Tournament previews & predictions:

  • What To Watch At Euro 2012 | ESPNFC.

QPR Report Friday: QPR CEO on QPR Transfers...Flashback: Michael Wale Profiles Rodney Marsh...Chairman Paladini on QPR...Golden Gloves Award for Ex-QPR Goalie

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- Six Year Flashback: QPR Chairman Gianni Paladini Speaking re QPR
- Dennis Signy (RIP): Tributes

- QPR Transfer Rumour Thread
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- GUARDIAN/Daniel Taylor: Euro 2012: Holland players subjected to racist abuse at training session - Monkey chants aimed at Dutch squad in Krakow.

Euro 2012: Police prepare for England with guns, dogs and water cannons

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This article titled "Euro 2012: Police prepare for England with guns, dogs and water cannons" was written by Daniel Taylor in Krakow, for The Guardian on Wednesday 6th June 2012 22.01 UTC

England supporters visiting Krakow, the Euro 2012 base for Roy Hodgson's squad, have been given a stark warning about the treatment they can expect from the Polish police if there is any trouble, including a truck-mounted water cannon affectionately known as "the typhoon".

It’s time to walk away from England, John

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The artist formerly known as England's Brave John Terry. Again.

Innocent or guilty, right or wrong the time has come for the Chelsea captain to leave the Three Lions, and the circus surrounding them, behind. Permanently.


An era passed

It's difficult to argue however much I disagree with the Football Association's decision to relieve Terry of the England captaincy in wake of the racist abuse trial he faces in July.

The Rest

It there a level playing ground? Arsene doesn’t seem to think so but do the papers care?

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Tony asked me to write something today having seen a piece in this weekend's Saturday Guardian an article entitled ‘Arsenal's moment of truth' by Daniel Taylor. I don't buy newspapers any more, to be honest I find their clumsy misrepresentation of the truth annoying and self-serving, even papers (like the Guardian) that I used [.

What do the journos predict for United’s season ahead?

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Daniel Taylor, The Guardian, @dtguardian

Sorry if it sounds like I'm fudging it, but it's difficult to answer that one properly until I see who they buy. If Rooney goes to Chelsea and United don't bring in a replacement, miss out on Fabregas etc, it's difficult to see you winning the league.

QPR Report: New Stadium Planned...New Coaching Chief Begins...More New Players?...Good Luck to Spark in Tonight's London Mascot Derby...Bill Tidy Cartoons...60

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Netherlands players get racial abuse at training session before Euro 12 even starts, UEFA denies it

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And so it begins. Following the many warnings about racial abuse and violence in Poland and Ukraine, the BBC investigation revealing ugly incidents during matches and UEFA's ruling that players will be booked for fleeing abuse, the first reported racist incident has already taken place a full day before Euro 12 even starts.

Liverpool v Manchester City: five things we learned | Daniel Taylor

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Liverpool v Manchester City: five things we learned | Daniel Taylor

Bill Shankly's was a great quote. Truly great, in fact. But not true. 1) Bill Shankly got it wrong It isn't more important than life or death. Craig Bellamy was so distraught about Gary Speed's death there were probably parts of the day when he felt he could barely function, let alone play a key match against his former club.