United are currently staring into an abyss. 3 lacklustre performances on the bounce have in the end bought a very dire and deserved loss against West Ham. United named an unchanged lineup from the Leicester match and again the team left much to be desired. Undone by a Yarmolenko half-volley and a Cresswell wonder free-kick,... Continue Reading →
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 →
A transfer window that hasn't been too hopeful could leave us with a season we want to forget. Here's to hoping that won't happen, but let's take a look at who's to blame if it does, yet again.
Following the dreary end to United’s 2018/19 season, United’s players had 2 options when driving into Carrington to begin preparations for the upcoming campaign at the beginning of the month; They could either inform their agents to sound out another club willing to fork out their salaries, or pick themselves up and buy into what... Continue Reading →
Manchester United need a Director of Football, simple as that. The fact we have burned through managers since Sir Alex Fergerson's departure, managers that have been held in extremely high regard prior to coming to Old Trafford, indicates serious issues up high within the club. After all, there is a reason that #GlazersOut has devoured... Continue Reading →
Manchester United have been blessed with plenty of legendary captains over the years. In times gone by, these names have included Bryan Robson, Roy Keane, Gary Neville and Nemanja Vidic who are all held in extremely high regard in the red side of Manchester. But unfortunately, in recent years as the quality of the squads... Continue Reading →
Is Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku playing the biggest bluff in United history or do they really want out?
As a Manchester United fan in 2019 it could be argued that there isn't much to be hopeful for going into the 2019-2020 season. With only two signings so far to try to improve a lacklustre looking side, it could look like once again we could be in for another long season. However, a player... Continue Reading →
In this day and age, many things divide United fans. Having one of the biggest fanbases in all of sport does come with this consequence and it isn't always a bad thing as, in truth, a difference of opinion is rather healthy. I find a rare piece of common ground to unite United fans (excuse... Continue Reading →