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This is Manchester United this season, and most of the time as well: A team that doesn't need a great match or even to get more chances at home to mount yet another comeback victory and extend their lead at the top of the Premier League. The hero this time wasn't Robin van Persie, but Wayne Rooney with a quick first half double.
This is still the biggest rivalry in the Premier League, although the roads that Liverpool and Manchester United have taken over the last 20 years have been very different.
What is bothering Alex Ferguson these days? Two things mostly - Manchester United being quite terrible on defense and clearing English football of diving, as long as they're not on his team. Sergio Aguero for example, but not Nani, who has every right to dive to get a penalty for the red devils.
For someone who's done a lot of things over the years to anger quite a few people, John Terry is still loved and supported by anyone who has been involved with Chelsea, except for Wayne Bridge, understandably.
There has to be a reason why referees in big matches, and especially in the Liverpool - Manchester United rivalry usually take the red devils side when it comes to big decision, giving Alex Ferguson the reputation of someone who influences the results with more than just his lineup and in-game decisions.
For the 149th time, Liverpool and Manchester United will clash in the biggest rivalry English football has to offer, as Anfield will be the venue, overshadowed by the Hillsborough report and the release of the information that exonerates Liverpool fans, especially the 96 who died, from any wrongdoing on that tragic day.
Besides the boring football match that went on in West London between QPR and Chelsea (0-0 after 90 minutes), the biggest question was whether Anton Ferdinand will shake hands with John Terry, who stood trial for racially abusing the centre back last season, eventually found not guilty of the charges.
Kenny Dalglish wouldn't have been able to remain the Liverpool manager even if he'd have won the FA Cup, according to club owner John Henry, saying that the club's terrible form in the second half of the season resulted in Kenny Dalglish receiving the termination meeting four days after the disappointing campaign ended.
Rio Ferdinand out. Despite being in good form all season long. Despite the fact that England's injuries keep piling up, most recently Martin Kelly. What does Roy Hodgson do? Call up Martin Kelly from Liverpool, who is mostly a right back, without beginning to speak about the ability and experience factor.
When did it go wrong for Kenny Dalglish? Where? From the overpriced and underachieving new arrivals during the summer; The Luis Suarez saga, which might have been the worst part of the season for Liverpool and its owners; or was it doomed from the start; A manager who's best days were behind him, failing to recreate better days in different times?