Author Archives: Teng Kiat

About Teng Kiat

"strong heart."

2011-12 Season Review

by Teo Teng Kiat For two minutes, it seemed as if United had won the title. It looked like City were going to throw away the opportunity to win their first-ever Premier League crown as they were level at 2-2 with … Continue reading

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Reserve watch: Sam Johnstone

by Teo Teng Kiat For all of United’s much vaunted youth system, to the best of my knowledge, current third-choice goalkeeper Ben Amos, who made his league debut this season, is the only shot-stopper in recent memory to have successfully … Continue reading

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Possible United Stars of the Future

by Teo Teng Kiat Following the retirement of veterans Van der Sar, Gary Neville and Paul Scholes (until he made his U-turn mid-season), this current campaign has seen the emergence of many United youngsters. David De Gea, Chris Smalling, Phil Jones, … Continue reading

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FA Youth Cup Quarter-Final: United 3-2 Charlton

by Teo Teng Kiat Scorers: Barmby 42′, Van Velzen 76′, Wilson 97′; Sho-Silva 45′, 77′ In front of a watching Sir Alex Ferguson, United’s Academy team advanced into the semi-finals of the FA Youth Cup after edging out Charlton in a … Continue reading

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Post-match: Chelsea 3-3 Manchester United

by Teo Teng Kiat Scorers: Evans (OG) 36′, Mata 46′, Luiz 51′; Rooney (pen) 58′, (pen) 70′, Hernandez 84′ On the eve of the 54th anniversary of the Munich disaster, Manchester United did the Busby Babes proud as they clawed back from three … Continue reading

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54 years on, The Flowers of Manchester.

by Teo Teng Kiat Did you know Duncan Edwards, Dad, I mean really really know? It’s just you’ve kept so many cuttings from all those years ago. And were the Babes the greatest, the greatest ever team; Or just enshrined here … Continue reading

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Of Sneijder and Scholes

by Teo Teng Kiat It was all fine and dandy just a few weeks back. Having trounced Wolves 4-1 and beaten QPR 2-0, where Michael Carrick did his best Messi impression by waltzing from the halfway line to slide a … Continue reading

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