3 Games 3 Problems

Three games into Manchester United’s season and it is safe to say that there has been a mixture of elation, frustration and despair. We started with the highs of United’s 4-0 victory on the opening weekend of the season with optimism and have sunk to the almighty low of conceding Patrick Van Aanholt’s late winner... Continue Reading →

United’s (lack of) Striking Options

It was ultimately inevitable. Lukaku scored on his debut for Inter Milan. This, after all, is a striker that scored on his debut for West Brom, Everton, Man UTD and now Inter whilst being Belgium’s all time record goal scorer. Now no longer a United player, maybe it is time to forget about him, the... Continue Reading →

Overreaction and Realism

Three games. Four points. Disillusioned and detached fans. After the high of Chelsea, reality sits and the reality is United are not good enough but still a work in progress. After a very disappointing performance and result against Crystal Palace it is important not to overreact. It hurts to say it, but United currently are... Continue Reading →

Under the radar

Manchester United kicked off their Premier League campaign on Sunday against Frank Lampard’s Chelsea in the final game of the opening weekend. Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka et al had to wait patiently as Liverpool breezed past newly-promoted Norwich City 4-1 on Friday night, while defending champions Man City barely got out of second gear away... Continue Reading →

Manchester United VS Chelsea: Top 5 Victories

With the new season kicking off this weekend, let's reminisce in some of United's former clashes with Sundays opponents, Chelsea. 5 - Manchester United 3 - 0 Chelsea (11th January 2009) United Goalscorers - Nemanja Vidic (45), Wayne Rooney (63) Dimitar Berbatov (87) In a must win premier league fixture in order to try and... Continue Reading →

Why Woodward Wont Win Us Anything.

Ed Woodward took over from David Gill in 2013 after the former announced his retirement following Sir Alex Fergusons departure. Gill was a huge part of United and SAF’s success so his successor was never going to have it easy. That said Woodward has done a far from stellar job. This has led to hatred... Continue Reading →

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