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 →

#FiveKeyQuestions Trends Worldwide, No.1 in the UK

An open letter addressed to the Manchester United owners, the Glazer family, spread like wildfire across social media last night in Manchester United fans' latest attempt to force the Glazers to take notice of their discontent. The storm started on Twitter, which saw the letter originally posted by the #GlazersOut Movement, @GlazersOutMVMT. Tens of thousands... Continue Reading →

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