Scott writes for The Metro about whether LvG will save Tom Cleverley’s United career. Scott writes for Bleacher Report about the highs and lows of Rio Ferdinand’s career. The Guardian reports on Rio’s claims that Rooney should be the next England captain. The Mirror looks at which players did and didn’t do well against Inter. [...]
Former Manchester United defender, Mikael Silvestre, claims United are a club apart from City, despite their recent success. They just buy trophies,’ Silvestre told Press Association Sport. ‘United are all about growing players. City buy multiple stars and shut the door to the youth system. United have more courage. They are a club with a [...]
After a weeks of speculation, Patrice Evra’s move to Juventus has finally been confirmed. Evra has bid United a fond farewell. After a great deal of thought I have decided the time is right for me to leave Manchester United. It is the biggest decision of my career as this club is, and will always [...]
Ahead of United’s first pre-season game against LA Galaxy, Wayne Rooney has spoken of the players’ eagerness to impress Louis can Gaal. “We all have to go out and show what we can do,” Rooney said. “We have to show him every day in training what different qualities we have got as players and a [...]
Scott writes for Bleacher Report about Louis van Gaal’s potential line-ups. Scott writes for The Metro about how Carrick’s injury may have saved his United career. The Daily Mail reports on Jose Mourinho’s comments about Van Gaal. The Guardian reckons we should have given the job to Mourinho, not Van Gaal. The Telegraph looks at [...]
Synergy discusses the most interesting talking points from the World Cup. Scott writes for The Metro about our season ticket sales. The Guardian reports on Van Gaal’s first day at United. Michael Owen writes for The Telegraph about how great Van Gaal will be. United Rant discusses United’s commercial value.
With Ryan Giggs retiring from playing and becoming Manchester United’s assistant manager, our legend has insisted he wouldn’t want his famous number 11 shirt to be retired. “No,” he replied. “There are obviously special cases but it just depends on the club really. I don’t think it’s [right] for United where they constantly churn over [...]
It has been confirmed today that Adidas have agreed a deal to produce Manchester United shirts from 2015-2016 onwards. The deal is reportedly worth around £70million-a-year, which dwarfs the figure that Nike were previously paying us. The deal with Nike, which was agreed in 2002, was worth around £23.5m-a-year to United. Warrior were also keen [...]