Notable libertines: Man United, Spurs do the job and the Premier League’s oddest derby looms

The good times continue for Man United as they make history in Europe by enjoyably mugging off PSG while their largely injured squad watched on from the sidelines (and internet). And, as well as looking back, we look forward to their trip to the Emirates, Crystal Palace and Brighton locking beaks in what may now become known as The Delayed Derby, while Neil Warnock tries to get in Southampton heads.


Off the pitch, Robert Snodgrass has a lot of explaining to do, we learn that as well as a David Beckham statue there’s a David Beckham temple, and Ramble Baker Steve Hobbs makes a welcome return, with news of an opportunity. 


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Further reading:


Crystal Palace and Brighton’s rivalry explained:


https://www.theguardian.com/football/football-league-blog/2011/sep/27/brighton-crystal-palace-rivalry


How the current rules on handball is applied:


https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47471380


Just some Man United legends having a nice time:


https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/european/ole-gunnar-solskjaer-man-utd-psg-vs-manchester-united-champions-league-sir-alex-ferguson-eric-a8811601.html

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