Earlier today I responded to Rafael Benitez’s latest comments about Manchester United. In the past week, this is the third time our club has been spoken about by them, with Carragher and Agger already ‘taking their hat off’ to us. “Manchester United make €65m a year more than we do and buy three £20m players [...]
“He’s crackin up, he’s crackin up, he’s crack, Rafa’s crackin up!” our fans sing on almost a weekly basis these days, in reference to the Liverpool manager who has seemingly started to lose the plot. Attending a press conference with a list of inaccuracies which are falsely reeled off as “facts” is never going to [...]
Last season, Manchester United lost five games in the Premiership. Rooney wasn’t available for four of them and in the fifth he scored the equalising goal, before being subbed up through injury, after which we conceded and lost. It is Rooney’s drive and competitiveness which makes United more likely to win when he’s on the [...]
Nemanja Vidic is probably our only player who has enjoyed better form than Michael Carrick this season, who has proved himself as a great asset to our team this season. Reflecting on last season, Carrick notes how disappointing it was to lose against Portsmouth in the FA Cup, particularly when the run to the final [...]
United announced an impressive pre-tax profit of £59.6 million just a few weeks ago, obviously aided by our Premiership and Champions League wins of last season. In contrast, Chelsea have just announced losses of a massive £65.7 million. Under the experienced guidance of Peter “United4ever” Kenyon, who embarrassingly lead the Chelsea team up to collect [...]
Everybody’s ranting and raving about Ryan Giggs at the moment, with Sir Alex Ferguson recently asking for a knighthood for our legend. The fuss began following his brilliant performance against Chelsea in our 3-0 win. After successfully making the transition from winger to central midfielder, Giggsy bossed a midfield that boasted the talent of Frank [...]
Just yesterday, Jamie Carragher, who often speaks of his love for our manager and his respect for our club, admitted he had to be impressed with our success over the past sixteen years. “It`s something Manchester United have done a lot in the past to win titles and you’ve got to take your hat off [...]
Following England’s 2-0 defeat at the hands of Spain, Michael Carrick, who was picked ahead of Frank Lampard in the centre of midfield, was on the receiving end of some harsh criticism. In contrast, Wayne Rooney is being hailed as England’s saviour… again. I wonder how long it will last for this time!