Old Trafford has had many heroes over the years. This is unsurprising, given the club’s rich history. Sir Matt Busby and Sir Alex Ferguson, orchestrators of the two great periods of sustained success, have been immortalised, in statue form, outside the ground. Sir Matt gazes into the distance, where the holy trinity of Charlton, Law [...]
Scott wrote for ESPN about Van Gaal’s first three months in charge. Scott writes for The Metro about United’s ticket prices and Guardiola replacing Van Gaal. The Telegraph names the 100 greatest Premier League players. The Mirror reports on Steve Bruce’s claims that United made a mistake selling Welbeck. Get 20% off Campo Retro United [...]
Pep Guardiola has brought out an autobiography where he reveals he could see himself managing Manchester United one day. The book is written by his close friend and journalist Marti Perarnau, and Guardiola admits to taking a shine to the club when watching Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United in 2011 Pep liked the setup at [...]
This season will be one which will be remembered for its moments. Unlike the glorious seasons of the recent past, which will be remembered for their triumphs, we are genuinely experiencing a team in transition, and to those paying attention, the green shoots of a wonderful team are showing. If we accept that the Van [...]
Scott wrote for ESPN about Roy Keane. Scott wrote for the Irish Independent about the claims Keane is bitter about United. The Guardian has 10 gems from Keane’s autobiography. The Telegraph reports that Van Gaal and Hodgson have cleared the air over Shaw. The Daily Mail discusses the secrets to De Gea’s success.
Whilst plenty of the headlines in the papers show Roy Keane in a negative light, it’s important to provide a bit of balance. In his new autobiography, The Second Half, Keane talks about a conversation with his United supporting son. “I still have a soft spot for United, and thank God I do.” He asked [...]
De Gea; Rafael, McNair, Rojo, Shaw; Blind; Valencia, Di Maria; Mata; Falcao, van Persie (c). Bench: Lindegaard, Thorpe, Blackett, Fletcher, Fellaini, Januzaj, Wilson. Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Jagielka (c), Stones, Baines, Barry, Besic, Pienaar, Mcgeady, Naismith, Lukaku. Bench: Joel, Gibson, Eto’o, Oviedo, Osman, Browning, Alcaraz.
Louis van Gaal heads into the weekend looking for his first back-to-back victories as Manchester United manager but faces a number of absentees for the visit of Everton at midday on Sunday. The visitors will be coming back from their UEFA Europa League match in Russia on Thursday. After their previous Europa League game, a [...]
Scott writes for ESPN about Sunday’s defeat against Leicester. Scott wrote for The Metro about how Jamie Vardy is a villain not a hero. The Daily Mail slags off our defence. The Guardian reports on the United fans who are trying to get Ronaldo back in Manchester. The Independent talks about Allardyce’s defence of Moyes.