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Steve Bruce walks out on Hull City after disagreement on transfer funds, Ryan Clarke is the man tasked with saving the club from relegation.

Radical changes have been made at newly promoted Premier League side Hull City. After winning promotion last season Steve Bruce has walked out on the club after what sources tell us was a dis-agreement on the transfer funds needed to stay in the Premier League. It has emerged that Steve Bruce had given the club an ultimatum that if they didn't make £30,000,000 available he would walk and the club have decided to part company with their manager. Englishman Ryan Clarke takes over at the club and with an estimated war-chest of £20,000,000 he will be looking to establish his club in the Premier League. His task is simple, keep Hull City up.

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5 of the best players in the world; Premier League bound?

A huge frenzy of transfer activity has sparked up in the past few days, with no fewer than 200 players expected to move to England, and around 300 to leave. SkySports can confirm that 5 of the best players in the world ARE in talks with an English club. This would see English football, and in particular the Premier League fly to unprecedented levels. Here is the run-down of the expected deals.

Sergio Busquets - 95.

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Barcelona's holding midfielder Sergio Busquets is in advanced talks with Liverpool over a move to Merseyside. Busquets is arguably the best holding midfielder in the world and should Liverpool pull this deal off they will have the biggest deal of the summer so far.

Cesc Fabregas - 95.

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With all the talk of an Arsenal return Arsenal's fans will be disturbed by hearing that Fabregas has been seen outside Chelsea's training ground twice today, it's believed a fee has been agreed for Cesc to move back to London, but West London this time.

Mesut Ozil - 94.

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Another one of Spanish football's crown jewels is set to move to England, much to the fury of the Real Madrid support. Playmaker Mesut Ozil is in advanced talks with Manchester City ahead of a possible move to the 2011/2012 Premier League Champions.

Thiago Silva - 94.

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Thiago Silva of PSG is also heavily linked with a move to England. Europa League holders Chelsea have made an undisclosed bid for the Brazilian as they look to partner him in defense with compatriot David Luiz.

Radamel Falcao - 94.

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Having just arrived at Monaco it appears he could amazingly be on the move again with Newcastle United launching an audacious bid for the Colombian hitman.

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Images emerge of new Liverpool boss Hancock involved in incident with a train.

The football world is awash with confusion and amusement as images of new Liverpool manager Hancock have emerged, with him diverting a train away from a car. The images have also sparked confusion, is it possible that Liverpool have appointed the next best thing to Superman? The Premier League are facing calls to ban Hancock from management with QPR manager Ashh collecting signatures for a petition to ban Superheros from the Premier League. Whether Hancock will be able to divert the many shots Hull City will be taking against Liverpool this season away from goal however, is unknown.

More to follow.

This is 100% not serious.

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Signings galore at Hull City but will they rue the one's that got away?

Following Steve Bruce's departure on Tuesday Ryan Clarke has been busy in the transfer market as he bids to get a squad together capable of avoiding relegation back to the Championship. Today the Hull City fans were able to see the fruits of Clarke's work in the transfer market, but as Clarke admitted to losing out on Arturo Vidal, Cristian Tello and Mario Mandzukic could Hull City fans be ruing the one that got away?

Kevin-Prince BOATENG has completed his move to Hull City from AC Milan for £750,000 plus Sone ALUKO and Stephen QUINN

Álvaro ARBELOA has completed his move to Hull City from Real Madrid for £3,000,000 plus Maynor FIGUEROA

Ron-Robert ZIELER has completed his move to Hull City from Hanover for £7,000,000 plus Eldin JAKUPOVIC

Hull City also announced the opening of a extended Youth Recruitment Network, and with the opening they also announced eight new youth players will join the club, with plenty more to come as well as a few more big name players rumored to be joining the Tigers.

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David Villa - 'I was drunk when I agreed to sign for Leicester City.

Recently appointed Leicester City manager Noisy was seen grinning from ear to ear today as he announced that the Championship club had managed to capture none other than Spanish striker David Villa from Barcelona. However the interview David Villa gave to Spanish media afterwards may have wiped that smile from Noisy's face. Here is what Villa had to say in the interview from Spanish paper Marca.

"I spent the whole night out in the town, by 2:00AM I was out of it when I see my agent running up to me saying he's got Noisy on the phone, at the time I didn't even know who Noisy was but it ended with me agreeing a 5 year deal with Leicester City, I don't know how this happened and I am saddened to spend a part of my career here, the moral of the story for kids is, don't talk to Noisy when you're drunk. I have apologized to my wife and kids for making them leave the sun of Barcelona for this rainy and depressing place."

This is 100% not serious, good signing by Noisy, well done mate :P.

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Busy day in England as hoardes of players arrive.

1:02 AM - Liverpool announce the signing of Sergio Busquets for £2,000,000 and Gerrard and Johnson.

1:26 AM - Cesc Fabregas is seen outside of Stamford Bridge by supporters of Chelsea.

1:44AM - Chelsea announce the signing of Cesc Fabregas for an undisclosed fee with Moses and Mikel heading to Barcelona.

2:36 AM - Bayern Munich announce the sale of Gotze with Vidic joining the German treble winners.

3:44 AM - Chelsea release a statement on club website confirming a deal to buy Thiago Silva from PSG.

5:53 AM - Mesut Ozil is seen boarding a flight from Madrid to Manchester as he leaves to sign for Manchester City.

6:30 AM - Newcastle United announce the capture of Radamel Falcao with Cisse and Ben Arfa moving to Monaco along with a £6,000,000 fee.

2:04 PM - Mesut Ozil signs a five year deal at Manchester City.

3:44 PM - The most unbelievable deal of the day, Everton agree a move for Cristiano Ronaldo!

4:11 PM - Ronaldo gives interview at Madrid airport confirming that he will leave the club for Everton.

4:49 PM - Manchester United announce they are in talks with Lionel Messi.

5:11 PM - Hull City agree a deal to sign Udinese striker Antonio Di Natele.

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Hull City's website jump the gun with Di Natale deal.

Hull City fans are in dreamland as rumours of Di Natale joining the Tigers look closer to reality than initially thought. Hull's website accidentally released an article which claims that Di Natale has joined the club but it was immediately removed. The image was luckily print-screened before it's deletion and Hull have confirmed it's authenticity on their Twitter account but stressed the deal is subject to personal terms and Di Natale IS NOT a Hull City player just yet. Exciting times.

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Clarke - 'Di Natale will be the top dog at Hull City for years to come.

At 35 a few may have laughed, a few may have questioned, and a few may have labelled it a waste of money. But Antonio Di Natale is a Hull City player and Clarke has insisted he has no regrets. Amassing almost 300 appearances for Udinese and scoring 158 goals there is no doubt about the quality that the Italian possesses. However his age is a factor that might have put other suitors off buying him. Here is what Ryan Clarke had to say at the unveiling today.

People may have laughed, but they won't be when they see him in action. Despite his age I am convinced Antonio will be a force for us for years to come, he wants to see out the rest of his career with Hull City, I am delighted to have him here.

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Business continues for English clubs.

6:44 AM - Lionel Messi has agreed a deal to join Manchester United, the details of the deal are unclear but Wayne Rooney is said to be joining Barcelona.

7:45 AM - Cristiano Ronaldo is announced as an Everton player, he will be unveiled to the press at around 7PM.

9:59 AM - Javier Mascherano claims on Twitter to have joined Arsenal.

10:20 AM - Arsenal deny deal has been concluded for Mascherano yet but admit club is in talks.

11:25 AM - Arsenal announce club has reached agreement for Mascherano.

1:02 PM - Manchester City deny rumours that Xavi will be joining the club.

1:14 PM - Burnley confirm bid for Andrea Pirlo but face competition from Newcastle for the Italians signature.

1:36 PM - Arsenal announce Marcelo will be joining the club with Monreal and Mertesacker joining Madrid.

1:51 PM - Hull City unveil Di Natale.

2:01 PM - Manchester City release statement on club website and Twitter account announcing that Iniesta will be joining the Blues.

2:09 PM - Stoke City announce that Arjen Robben will be joining the club, Stoke City supporters committee express astonishment at signing.

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Di Natale handed captains armband.

Hull City have today announced that ahead of their first game against Crystal Palace they will be captained by Antonio Di Natale for the season. Clarke has already placed immense faith in Di Natale by splashing the majority of his budget on the striker and this latest moves shows nothing has changed, Di Natale is still Hull's main man. The vice captain for the side Alvaro Arbeloa, another veteran of the game playing for clubs such as Liverpool and Real Madrid. Here is what Clarke had to say when he announced that Di Natale would lead the side -

Antonio possess's all the qualities needed to be captain and his behavior is exemplary, at 35 a lot of the younger lads look up to him already and for me it was a no-brainer.

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Hull City release squad numbers.

Goalkeepers.

#1 Ron-Robert Zieler

#64 David Stockdale

#13 Mark Oxley

Defenders.

#2 Alvaro Arbeloa

#3 Joe Dudgeon

#4 Marcos Rojo

#5 Nicloas Isimat Mirin

#6 TBC

#14 Liam Rosenior

#23 Christian Trasch

Midfielders.

#8 Steven Defour

#11 Isaac Cuenca

#12 Silva Jucilei

#69 Kevin-Price Boateng

#24 Seyi Olofinajana

#18 Tom Cairney

Strikers.

#9 Antonio Di Natale ©

#10 Andreas Cornelius

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Hull City season schedule.

June.

Crystal Palace [H]

July.

WBA [A]

Everton [A]

Southampton [H]

Spurs [A]

Stoke City [H]

Man City [A]

Chelsea [H]

Liverpool [A]

August.

West Ham [H]

Arsenal [A]

Sunderland [H]

Man United [A]

Cardiff [H]

Swansea [A]

Fulham [H]

September.

Villa [H]

Norwich[A]

Newcastle [H]

Palace [A]

WBA [H]

Everton [H]

Southampton [A]

Spurs [H]

Stoke [A]

October.

Man City [H]

Chelsea [A]

Liverpool [H]

West Ham [A]

Arsenal [H]

Sunderland [A]

Man United [H]

Cardiff [A]

Swansea [H]

November.

Fulham [A]

Villa [A]

Norwich [H]

Newcastle [A]

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Hull City 3-1 Crystal Palace.

KP Boateng 27'

Jucilei 44'

Isimat Mirin 53'

Rodrigo 69'

Hull City kick off the season with victory.

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A new season and a new beginning for Hull City. After promotion last season they began their stay in the Premier League with a completely new starting 11, none of the players who started were a Hull City player last season. Before kick-off a few eyebrows were raised at the decision to start Di Natale on the wing of a 4-3-3 but the decision paid dividends as Hull City came away with the 3 points.

The first 20 minutes flew by without incident. A free-kick from deep delivered by Kevin-Prince Boateng gave Cuenca the chance to score but he smashed it wide after 21 minutes. Hull City then went one better and managed to score, Cornelius somehow managed to get a cross in and 'The Prince' connected with a bullet header to send the fans crazy. Just before half-time they doubled their lead. Cuenca's ball onto the edge of the box allowed Jucilei to bring it down on his chest and power home a shot.

The second half started with even more Hull City dominance, some great work by captain Di Natale allowed CB Isimat Mirin to put his foot through the ball and unleash a powerful strike which was too much for the Palace keeper. After this goal Crystal Palace began to awaken, but it was far too late. Rodrigo was sent over the top and placed his shot under Zieler to give Palace a consolation goal. Palace finished the game the stronger side but were unable to add to their 1 goal. A good win for Hull City as they fight to stay up.

Hull City - Zieler ©; Trasch, Isimat Mirin, Rojo, Arbeloa; Defour, Jucilei, Boateng; Cuenca, Di Natale, Cornelius.

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Division 1 Review.

Turn 1.

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Peter Crouch haunts Raz as United slump to a 2-0 loss.

Aston Villa 0-1 Newcastle United

Newcastle got off to a winning start thanks to Hulk's first half winner, the game was a close fought affair with both keepers on top form.

Norwich City 0-1 West Bromwich Albion

James Chettle was able to bag a win in his first game, Koke's winner in the 57th minute the only goal of the game. Surprisingly Norwich were unable to score despite having more shots on target than West Brom and fingers might be pointed at Balotelli and Totti for failing to deliver.

Hull City 3-1 Crystal Palace

Two newly promoted sides faced each other here with Hull City winning by a 2 goal margin. Two goals in the first half from Boateng and Jucilei gave them a 2-0 lead at the break which was then added to by Isimat Mirin early in the 2nd half. Crystal Palace's goal wasn't enough to spark a comeback.

Fulham 0-1 Everton

This game followed the trend of the home side losing by one goal to nil, Pienaar providing the winner in the 33rd minute. New signing Cristiano Ronaldo was awarded MoTM.

Swansea City 1-3 Southampton

Another loss for the home side in this game as Swansea went down 3-1 to Southampton in what could be described as an upset. Two first half goals sent Southampton ahead before Benat pulled one back to before Elm restored Southampton's 2 goal advantage.

Cardiff City 0-1 Spurs

Another 1-0 loss, this time for Cardiff in their first game back in the Premier League. Gareth Bale continued where he left off last season with the winner for Spurs. A deserved victory for Spurs in a game they dominated and could have scored more.

Arsenal 2-2 Chelsea

Two first half goals for Chelsea looked to have given Hazr the dream start but in a moment of madness Cesc Fabregas got himself sent off for the Blues and they were unable to hold off the Arsenal onslaught. Goals from Wilshere and Mascherano salvaging a point for the Gunners.

Manchester United 0-2 Stoke City

Without doubt the biggest shock of the night, Old Trafford was stunned as Stoke City walked away with the 3 points. Peter Crouch sealed the win for Stoke as United manager Raz's confidence fell flat.

Sunderland 1-1 Manchester City

Another upset involving one of the Manchester clubs as City failed to win away at Sunderland; a team who have become a bit of a bogey team for City in recent years. A Sergio Aguero goal gave City a share of the spoils after veteran Luca Toni had given Sunderland the lead.

West Ham United 1-2 Liverpool

Another loss for a home side here. David Alaba gave Liverpool the lead however it was cancelled out just 3 minutes later by Radu. The winner was scored by Mitrovic on 58 minutes to give Liverpool manager Hancock a result he will be delighted with.

Stats.

1 - Hull City were the only home side to win their match. Fortress.

6 - Of the 23 goals scored tonight only 6 were scored by players that were not making their debut. Influx.

4 - 4 of the 10 matches played today finished 1-0 to the away side. Frequent.

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West Brom 1-1 Hull City.

Di Natale 31'

Olsson 35'

Hull City battle to a draw in even game.

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Hull City faced WBA in this Premier League match with Ryan Clarke coming up against his friend James Chettle. The early action was mixed with both sides having chances, Cuenca squandering his for Hull and Anderson being denied by Zieler. Hull City then did take the lead in the 31st minute with captain Di Natale bagging his first goal for the club since his move from Udinese. A wonderful free-kick was too much for Leno to handle as Hull moved into the lead with some style. However they failed to hang onto the lead and conceded just four minutes later. Center back Jonas Olsson tried his luck from range and got lucky as Zieler stood no chance of stopping the wonder goal.

The second half passed without many chances. Some may argue the home side were unlucky not to win the game but Hull City also had their chances to win but neither side were able to take them on the day, a point both managers will be satisfied with.

Hull City - Zieler; Rojo, Isimat Mirin, Arbeloa; Defour, Trasch, Boateng, Cuenca; Abreu, Di Natale ©, Cornelius.

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Everton 1-1 Hull City.

Di Natale 62'

Anichebe 83'

Di Natale delivers the goods again as Hull gain vital point.

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Another game, another Di Natale goal to give Hull City a vital point as they fight to stay up. The opposition this time were Everton, the club that had lured Ronaldo to Merseyside and it was Ronaldo who could have given them the lead after 8 minutes had his finish been better. Although it was Hull City who had the better half, carving open the Everton defense a few times but the finishing wasn't up to scratch.

After a goalless first half both teams came out with more attacking intent, and this paid off for Hull City just after the hour mark. Captain Di Natale got in behind the Everton defense and left no chance for the Everton as he gave Hull City the lead. They could have made it 2-0 on a few occasions but struggled to finish the chances they created. Everton never looked beaten and this proved when Anichebe gave them a share of the spoils on the 82nd minute. A result to be happy with if you're a Hull City fan.

Hull City - Zieler; Trasch, Isimat Mirin, Rojo, Arbeloa; Defour, Jucilei, Boateng; Cuenca, Di Natale ©, Cornelius.

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Division 1 Review.

Turn 3.

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Suarez helps Liverpool on their way to beating Arsenal.

West Ham United 0-0 Aston Villa

Both teams will be scratching their heads here, how neither team scored is crazy. With 10 shots on target for both sides the keepers more than earned their wages as this fizzled out into a 0-0 draw.

Crystal Palace 2-1 Norwich City

Husnain gets off the mark as Palace manager after two defeats after they picked up a win at Selhurst Park, a Costa pen and Del Moral volley put them 2-0 up and although Norwich grabbed a goal they couldn't get another to get a share of the points. Well done Husnain!

Everton 1-1 Hull City

Hull City continued their unbeaten run with a draw against Anri's Everton, Di Natale scored for the Tigers before Anichebe cancelled it out in the 83rd minute.

Southampton 3-2 Fulham

An action packed first half saw four goals as Southampton edged Fulham in a game which could have gone either way, Fulham had the better of the chances but couldn't take them on the night.

Stoke City 2-3 Cardiff City

Another 4 goals in one half, this time in the second half as Cardiff picked up a vital win on the road, Campagnaro scored the winner in the 69th minute.

Spurs 2-0 Swansea City

Spurs dispatched Swansea with consummate ease, goals from Sanchez and Martinez giving them 3 points as they continue their 100% record.

Chelsea 2-2 Sunderland

Sunderland grabbed a point they'll be delighted with against Hazr's Chelsea, they could have had all 3 but Pique denied them with a nice goal.

Liverpool 3-0 Arsenal

Hancock watched as his Liverpool side ripped Arsenal to shreds in what was expected to be a close encounter, a Luis Suarez goal a minute into the game set them on their way as they cruised past Arsenal.

Manchester City 3-0 Manchester United

Deary me, Manchester United find themselves embarrassed again as they flop to a 3-0 loss to rivals Manchester City, Raz will have to sort it out or he may have to start searching for a job. Overnight a campaign called '#RazOut' has been launched with United fans already disgruntled.

West Brom 0-1 Newcastle United

James Chettle was unable to prevent his WBA side losing their first game of the season. Negredo scored after 5 minutes as Newcastle withstood a barrage of WBA attacks.

Stats.

3 - Only 3 teams are left with a 100% record, Spurs, Liverpool and Southampton. Perfect.

4 - Luis Suarez has notched up 4 goals in 3 games and leads the race for the Golden Boot. Sharpshooter.

10 - Southampton are the first to reach double figures in goals scored. Flying.

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Hull City 2-1 Southampton.

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Jucilei 21'

Lacazette 82'

Hull City win against in-form Southampton.

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Southampton came to the KC Stadium full of confidence as they sat in 2nd place in the table, this was swiftly removed when Hull City caught them napping after 8 minutes. New signing Andreas Cornelius got his first goal in Hull City colours, his shot was slow and rolled past the Southampton keeper but the placement was perfect. They made it 2-0 after 21 minutes in what had been a fantastic 20 from Clarke's men. Jucilei cleverly stepped past a challenge and then fired a shot from the edge of the area that sailed in. They failed to keep up this intensity for the rest of the half and allowed Southampton back into the game, however they were unable to score in the first half.

The second half was a drab affair, a lot of chances but a lot of poor finishing. Southampton never looked like giving in and on the 83rd minute they threatened to spoil Hull City's party, Lacazette's powerful run past the Hull City defense and quick finish made it 2-1 however they were unable to add to that goal and Hull City ran out the winners.

Hull City - Zieler; Trasch, Isimat Mirin, Rojo, Arbeloa; Defour, Jucilei, Boateng; Cuenca, Di Natale ©, Cornelius.

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Division 1 Review.

Turn 4.

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Cardiff City fans celebrate into the night after unlikely 3-2 win against Manchester City.

Aston Villa 1-2 West Brom

This derby ended with an away win for West Brom, a late goal from Jo wasn't enough to grab a share of the spoils for Villa.

Norwich City 1-1 Everton

Ronaldo did it again for Everton here winning them a point, a shot slotted under the keeper after getting in behind the defense enough to cancel out Paul Pogba's first half goal. Both sides met resilient keepers who did well to keep the score low.

Hull City 2-1 Southampton

Hull City managed to beat inform Southampton, goals from Jucilei and Cornelius sending the Tigers further up the table and still unbeaten.

Fulham 0-1 Tottenham

In an all London clash Spurs ran out the winners, an early goal from Lewandowski enough for the North London side to extend their 100% record.

Swansea City 0-1 Stoke City

Stoke City move up to 7th, a goal in the 5th minute from Edu giving them 3 points.

Cardiff City 3-2 Manchester City

The biggest shock of the day as Cardiff City beat Manchester City 3-2, goals in the 81st and 82nd minute giving Cardiff a 3-2 lead they were able to hold onto to give their fans a priceless win. With 24 shots City will feel aggrieved to have squandered so many chances.

Arsenal 1-1 West Ham

West Ham United gained a point they will be happy with as they drew with Arsenal at the Emirates.

Manchester United 1-2 Chelsea

Manchester United slumped to a fourth straight defeat this time to Hazr's Chelsea. Two Mario Gomez goals cancelled out Alba's opener as the pressure grow's on Raz.

Newcastle 1-2 Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace make it 2 wins on the bounce with an impressive away win at Newcastle, a late 86th minute winner for Illaramendi secured the win for Husnain's boys.

Sunderland 1-2 Liverpool

Liverpool continue their 100% record and look like possible title contenders. Luis Suarez again scored the winner as Hancock saw his side run out 2-1 winners.

Stats.

5 - 5 of the 20 teams in Division 1 are yet to lose.

2 - 2 teams are yet to pick up a point, Manchester United and Swansea City.

5 - 5 assists thus far for Douglas Costa, the league's best with all of these coming in just 2 games.

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Crowd trouble as Man United fans vent frustration at four straight losses.

Poor manager, City/Liverpool fan or Asian Match fixing syndicate, we look at the possible reasons for United's horrific start to the season.

Manchester United, bottom of the league. The sentence you'd never expect to hear is now a reality. Although only 4 games have been played there doesn't seem to be a win in sight for the Red Devils. Unknown manager Raz was chosen ahead of David Moyes for the Manchester United job and has had a disaster of a start losing four straight games and scoring only 2 goals. Turn back to last season and United had won 3/4 games scoring 10 goals in he process. A few rumours have been circulating with regards to why Manchester United have started so poorly and in this article we will take a little look.

Is Raz a poor manager? - One of the reasons being thrown around is that Raz isn't the calibre of manager needed to control such a huge club, his early boasts of how he was going to win the league have so far fallen flat. A social media campaign called #RazOut has been in and out of the Twitter trends over the past few days and the signs are that the Manchester United fans don't believe in Raz.

Is Raz purposely doing bad because he supports Liverpool or Manchester City? - Another rumour doing the rounds is that Raz is sabotaging United because he supports a rival, when asked on who he supported Raz refused to answer saying it 'isn't relevant' but we can exclusively confirm he does have Sky Blue bedroom walls.

Is Raz involved in a match fixing syndicate? - The final possibility is that Raz is involved with a match fixing syndicate in Asia, this seems like the most likely solution as I find it hard to believe anyone could start so badly with last years league winners, reports suggest Raz will dish some of the money to Messi as a reward for not scoring the goals needed to win however this isn't confirmed.

To conclude, Raz is a bad manager, a City fan and is match fixing for some big money. The bookies have Raz odds on to be sacked before Christmas and have installed Ryan Clarke as favourite for the job should it become vacant.

#RazOut

This is 100% not serious.

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