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United 5-0 Club Brugge: 5 Things We Learnt As United Brushed Club Brugge Aside.

Olè 'Ugonna' Solskjaer celebrated his birthday with '5 crates of cold goals' against Belgian league table toppers Club Brugge in  the Europa league clash. Here are 5 things #ManUtdNaijaFM learnt from the 5-goal pounding: 1. MADE IN NIGERIA Indeed, last night, a goal was made in Nigeria and exported to Manchester in England. Naija's own Odion Ighalo scored his first goal for Manchester United on his first start. It was a well crafted 'Oliseh' Fernandes and ''Bankole"  Mata. More 'Ororo' to his elbows. As we say in Naija, ""Carry go!!". 2. BRUNO 'OLISEH' FERNANDES The 'tear-rubber-new-chasis' signing was amazing once again. It's never a dull moment watching Bruno. He ran the show with beautiful flicks and tricks on the ball, mesmerising Club Brugge. He now has 2 goals, 2 assists and has created 10 chances in 4 games!!! Kudos Bruno. Carry go!! 3. 'AKINBODE' FRED

United 3-0 Watford: 5 Things We Learnt As Watford Fell At Old Trafford.

Manchester United followed up the win against Chelsea with another emphatic win over Watford at Old Trafford. The game also saw Naija's own Odion Ighalo make his Old Trafford debut against his former club. Here's what #ManUtdNaijaFM learnt from the clash: 1. BRUNO 'OLISEH' FERNANDES  Our 'tear-rubber-new-chasis' signing sat down 'gidigba' in the game today. He was given a free role behind Martial, Mason and James and he  delivered. He was involved in every goal United scored today, winning and scoring the penalty and set up Martial and Greenwood for the second and third goals. More 'ororo oil' to your knees Bruno!! 2. LUKE 'AJEBOTA' SHAW Shaw has been in brilliant form in the past few weeks playing as a center back in Olè's back three formation. He returned to his traditional left back role today and continued. One aspect that has certainly improved in his game is his positioning. He has really got this right and h

Chelsea 0-2 United: 5 Things We Learnt As United Chiseled Chelsea Again

Manchester United drew out some hot  tears from the eyes of Frank Lampard at Stamford bridge by thrashing his side for the third consecutive time this season. Here's what #ManUtdNaijaFM learnt from this victory 1. VAR IS YOUR FRIEND. VAR proved to be the second goalkeeper beside David 'Osinachi' De Gea last night as 'he' made two great saves for United, thus helping to secure the three points and a clean sheet. VAR is a sweet-bitter pill as it can save you one day and crush you on another.  It's motto is "I belong to everybody, and I belong to nobody". 2. FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE United seem to have found a new wife in Chelsea. From Old Trafford to Stamford Bridge,  from Premier league to Carabao cup, in good form or bad form, we have loved them with goals. They used to be our 'bad-bele' rivals, but they have now become 'wife material'. 2. DOUBLE-DOUBLE United have now done a double over Manchester City and Chelsea in the

United 0-Wolves: 5 Things We Learnt From Another Draw With 'The Wolves'

'The Wolves' bit off another two points from Manchester United again at Old Trafford last night. It was the 6th meeting between the two sides in the last one year with United winning only one. Here's what #ManUtdNaijaFM learnt from the draw: 1.  SAMBA SCAM In years past, United fans almost carried placards to protest the non-inclusion of Andreas Pereira in regular starting lineups. The Brazilian has now gotten more than a fair chance under Olè. As the days have gone by, Pereira has shown that he is a 'Chinco' Brazilian. He will be a very fantastic midfielder for United: either Newcastle-United or Sheffield-United, not Manchester United. 2. HE LOVES TO SHOOT. With Matic out following his red card, our 'tear rubber new chasis' signing Bruno Fernandes was thrown into the starting XI despite having only a single training session with the team. One thing was clear on his debut, the man loves to shoot at every chance. He had the best a


In what may be described as the greatest shocker of transfer history, Manchester United last night confirmed the 6-month loan signing of Nigerian international, Odion Ighalo from Shenhua Shanghai. The Edo State Naija born will fly into the UK this weekend to become the first Nigerian to play for Manchester United.  From #ManUtdNaijaFM , at least we now have a player who doesn't need a Naija naming ceremony, he is Naija!! OPINION POLL What do you think about this signing? Let's have your thoughts.

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