Paul Scholes put the GB and Ireland team 1-0 up against the Rest of the World in David Beckham’s charity match for UNICEF at Old Trafford. Michael Owen put them 2-0 ahead before Dwight Yorke pulled one back, then Owen scored his second of the game to make it 3-1.
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Wilf Zaha has reflected on his time at Manchester United, where he wasn’t given a go by David Moyes, with the former manager believing Zaha wasn’t ready for the first team. Under Moyes I had to adjust my game. Certain managers want a trustworthy player, someone that will always keep the ball. But he was [...]
David de Gea could be a Real Madrid player now, if not for a last minute mess up between the Spanish club and Manchester United, which meant the goalkeeper was destined to stay in the Premier League. De Gea quickly signed a contract extension at United and has revealed that Louis van Gaal has made [...]
David de Gea was minutes away from becoming a Real Madrid player, but after the deal fell through, our goalkeeper opted to sign a contract extension with Manchester United. The fans have been fully behind him and De Gea has expressed his happiness at still being at the club. I felt in that moment that [...]
Scott writes for uMAXit about David Moyes getting sacked. Scott writes for ESPN about Antonio Valencia. The Mirror looks at Memphis making the headlines for the wrong reasons. The Guardian talks about Rooney missing out on England’s game against Spain. The Telegraph reports on United’s interest in Neymar.
Ander Herrera has spoken highly of Manchester United’s goalie David de Gea. The two are great friends and after De Gea’s transfer to Real Madrid fell through at the last minute, Herrera has admitted he’s glad to have his friend with him in Manchester. He’s a genius. Purely on talent, I’ve never seen someone like [...]
Ander Herrera has sung the praises of Louis van Gaal, despite often being overlooked by the manager. The Spaniard believes Van Gaal is the right man for the job and that he has United’s best interests at heart. He’s a very demanding person, very forward and very sincere, which I value a lot. To you [...]
Gerard Pique has reflected on his time at Manchester United, when he barely played thanks to the form and fitness of Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand. When I was there Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Cristiano Ronaldo, Giggs, Scholes, Roy Keane. We won the Champions League in 2008. We won the league. It was a really, really [...]
After going with the super-cheerful option last month and taking a rose-tinted look at the season so far, a month has passed. And it’s not been the most inspiring of months, to be frank. United have only lost once—and in a game the manager cared so little about he picked Sergio Romero. However, there was [...]
Since the war, 48 Mancunians have made their way up through the ranks to play for Manchester United’s first team, according to the club’s official site. 1940s: John Aston senior, Laurie Cassidy, Jack Crompton, Jimmy Hanlon, Jack Roach 1950s: Roger Byrne, John Doherty, Don Gibson, Bobby Harrop, Peter Jones, Eddie Lewis, Wilf McGuinness, Billy Redman, [...]
Morgan Schneiderlin rarely grabs the headlines playing in the position he does. He won’t be making many last gasp challenges to prevent a goal, and he will be rarely scoring screams to give United a win. However, our midfielder has said he’s happy to work hard for the team, as all he’s interested in is [...]