The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper


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University football suffers double elimination

Both the men’s and women’s first exited their respective cups


Football and ‘authentocracy’

Resist them with everything you have

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Why Tottenham can’t be trusted

Spurs fan Will Baldwin-Pask ponders: are they just style over substance?

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English teams excel in Europe

Convincing wins for Manchester City and Liverpool while Tottenham Hotspur earned an impressive draw away at Juventus

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Has money taken the love out of football?

For every pound added to the latest transfer fee, football takes one small step further away from its roots

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UoM comeback seals derby win

MMU had a promising start but nothing could stop the home side from powering through to victory

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Sánchez-Mkhitaryan: the rise of swap deals?

Is this unusual trade about to become the norm?

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Top 10 British Sportswomen of 2017

2017 was a fantastic year for British women in sports

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A day at F.C. United

Sports Editor Sam Cooper met up with the F.C. United Students’ Society to see what life is like at one of the biggest non-league clubs in the country

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Review: Football Manager 2018

Football Manager shakes off last year’s malaise with a strong addition to the series

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Alan Shearer’s BBC documentary puts spotlight on dementia and football

The documentary, which aired on Sunday the 12th, focused on the link between heading and dementia

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Record-breaking Agüero seals City’s European qualification

Manchester City qualified for the Champions League Round of 16 with two games to spare after a 4-2 win in Naples