Not for the first time this week, a former United legend and club captain has strengthened his squad with an acquisition from his former club. This time the parties involved are Steve Bruce, Fraizer Campbell and Sunderland, with the 21-year old Reds forward moving to the Black Cats for an initial fee of £3.5m.
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Posted by nickogs20 on July 11, 2009
Posted in First Team News, Reserve News, Sports, Transfer/Trial News | Tagged: fraizer campbell, hull city, kieran richardson, manchester united, phil bardsley, phil brown, royal antwerp, sir alex ferguson, stadium of light, steve bruce, sunderland, tottenham hotspur | 7 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on November 18, 2008
|Hull City Reserves||2-1||Manchester United Reserves|
|Windass 51||–||Stewart 90+3|
Never has the old cliché of “it was like men playing against boys” been more appropriate. A United reserve side with an average age of just 18 (oldest player – Sam Hewson, 20 in ten days time) travelled to Humberside this evening to take on a Hull City team featuring four players in their thirties and a number of others over 20 and experience definitely told. Second-half goals from Dean Windass and Ryan France put the game beyond the young Reds, who could only respond deep into injury time with a great long-range consolation effort from Cameron Stewart.
Posted in Reserve Match Report, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: cameron stewart, church road, davide petrucci, dean windass, hull city, manchester united, ole gunnar solskjaer, phil brown, reserves, rodrigo possebon, ryan france | 10 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on August 31, 2008
Hull City’s £7m bid for United striker Fraizer Campbell – confirmed today by Tigers’ chairman Paul Duffen – presents Sir Alex Ferguson with something of a dilemma ahead of Monday’s transfer deadline.