Manchester United vs Arsenal competition started with Whiteside hitting with Leary and caused by brawls, Keane Vieira and food fights

Manchester United vs Arsenal competition started with Whiteside hitting with Leary and caused by brawls, Keane Vieira and food fights

When Roy Keane tried to dig up Patrick Vieira's nemesis in the tunnel before the Manchester United vs Arsenal match, the tension was always higher than ever.

It was 2005 and the serious hours in the main Treaty fighting each other to achieve domestic command, but now both are fighting for a seat of the European Treaty.

It was not the same.

Keane made an exception to Vieira trying to intimidate Gary Neville in the tunnel and he said angry with him ‘I'll see you out there;

Keane made an exception to Vieira trying to intimidate Gary Neville in the tunnel and he said angry with him ‘I'll see you out there;

However, the competition was intense that rejoiced football fans for most of the 90s and early thought before Keane Vieira and Arsene Wenger vs Sir Alex Ferguson.

In fact, it was before the Premier League, starting in January 1987, according to Fergie – nine years before Wenger arrived in northern London.

“There was great competition when George Graham was there and I just came down,” he told The Times in 2009.

“Arsenal ran a 22-game non-stop and then we broke them at Old Trafford and it was one of those games when Norman was great. [Whiteside] it made about 45 people and was never booked. How he went out with him I'll never see, ”he said.

Before Arsene Wenger, George Graham was the opponent of Mr Alex Ferguson in the Arsenal dugout

Before Arsene Wenger, George Graham was the opponent of Mr Alex Ferguson in the Arsenal dugout

Graham has never forgotten his first exchange with his companion.

“Norman Whiteside was kicking David Leary all over the place,” he told the Guardian.

“David Rocastle was encouraged as much as it was put out and there was a big series coming from the park. Alex Ferguson and his assistant Archie Knox were right in our faces and I thought: osa Jesus Christ! That is the first time and last time they intimidate us. We won't bully any more ’.”

A year later, Arsenal met United in an FA championship and Nigel Winterburn went to Brian McClair for a penalty.

The incident then impacted on 21 men in 1990, leaving both clubs out of Arsenal and one for United.

“Perhaps it means that we won the truth itself,” Perry Groves said, which was part of this Arsenal squad, with jokSPORT.

“After the game, George told us that it was just as it was – players watch out for each other. He said: ‘That is what I am saying here, but in the press I must say that I do not consent and it is not what you would expect to behave '. I think a couple of boys got a fine on a week's pay! ”

Arsenal players and Manchester United are fighting on the pitch during a game in 1990

Arsenal players and Manchester United are fighting on the pitch during a game in 1990

Add a few years to the Wenger era, starting in 1996 and Arsenal, League Champions in 1989 and 1991, began to challenge the United Nations early leadership in the Premier League.

Both teams were evenly matched and only the best of the margins between them were in league and cup matches, and the Dennis Bergkamp penalty gun lost away from a place in the 1999 FA Cup final, which put an end to the end. a Trinity dream.

Other notable events include Phil Neville receiving a 27-year SECONDS yellow card directly in the 2003 Community Shield for the Vieira quake.


In 2003, six Arsenal players and two United stars were engaged in inappropriate behavior after the Tra Battle of Old Trafford, ’with Arsenal's charge chinntiú without ensuring that they ensured their players 'proper behavior'.

Martin Keown, leader of the day, showed that his wife told him that he had gone too far against him with Ruud van Nistelrooy.

Martin Keown meets Ruud van Nistelrooy after losing his penalty in 2003

Martin Keown meets Ruud van Nistelrooy after losing his penalty in 2003

Year ended Man United ended running 49-game unheated Arsenal in a game given ‘Battle of the buffet '. The players then disappeared in the tunnel and Cesc Fabregas was wearing a slice of pizza on Ferguson's face.

Then there were Keane and Vieira, United leaders and Arsenal respectively and winners who gave the best out of a row. “I hated Arsenal, as they were big competitors,” Keane said to ITV in 2013.

“It's my favorite enemy,” said Vieira.

Everyone looked forward to Man United v Arsenal, especially midfield war Keane and Vieira

Everyone looked forward to Man United v Arsenal, especially midfield war Keane and Vieira

Meanwhile, Ferguson and Wenger were the runaway.

“Our mental duties keep me awake,” said former boss Arsenal once about Fergie's mental games.

“There was a conflict, because two teams and two managers were fighting for one award: the Premier League,” said Fergie with the United Review. “In my time, we had a few arguments but I always loved the man because he did a great job in his club.”

The drama on the Premier League was impossible for the drama fans to attend enough.

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