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Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year

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The Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year voting is now open. Vote here.

Who are you voting for? My vote has gone to David de Gea.

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  1. Fletch™ says:

    Player of the year: De Gea

    Reserve Player of the year: Charni Ekangamene.

    Revelation of the year: Januzaj

    Disappointment of the year: Moyes, Backroom Staff, Fellaini, Crocked Back 4, Non existent MF [take your pick!]

    Pathetic endless rumor of the year: Garay

  2. Gary Mitrovic says:

    It has to be De Gea. Rooney has been our best outfield player, but over the course of the season our best player has been De Gea and he deserves this award more than anyone else

  3. dannysoya LOVES USAIN BOLT says:

    De Gea, not even remotely close. The ONLY consistent player we have left in the team.

  4. Mark Reid says:

    De Gea for me.

  5. MrC says:

    “De Gea, not even remotely close. ” -DSLUB


  6. Alan Holden says:

    The bearded one. No one else has had his consistency and constant improvement

  7. Tommy says:

    Player of the year – DDG

    Denzel Haroon reserves player of the year – Charni Ekangamene.

    Jimmy Murphy young player of the year – Sean Goss

  8. mjcRED says:

    De Gea. Undoubtedly.

    Regards to tomorrow, a chance to restore a bit of pride to a sorry season. Hope the side isn’t overawed and don’t resort to long ball too early on. No room for over caution tomorrow, faint heart never won a fair lady and all that jazz.

  9. mjcRED says:

    On a side note. Looking up at the few comments posted on this thread already, it must be the first time EVER where we’re all in a unified agreement over something!?

    New Game of Thrones last night stoked up the anticipation of the type of fight we’re going to need to display tomorrow. Let’s hope the Allianz is kinder to Moyes than Kings Landing was to Ned Stark…

  10. Gary Mitrovic says:

    Mjcred, Moyes is an honourable man, but we all know what generally happens to the noble man of Westeros!

    I just seen game of thrones has been given the 5th and 6th seasons from HBO. Now it will be interesting to see where the shows creators take it from the 5th season onwards because I can assure you A Feast For Crows and A Dance With Dragons, are poor books in comparisons to the early titles and in all honesty they could fit both books into the fifth season! Literally nothing happens!

  11. Mark Reid says:

    @Tommy .Tommy do you happen to know who we may have coming up in the right back position I worry as Rafa is injured so much,and whith the departure of Vidic I think Jones and Smaling(along with Evans need to play together more in the center cheers.

  12. Jino Moja says:

    De Gea should definitely win.

  13. iamMatty says:

    Player of the year – DDG
    Denzel Haroon reserves player of the year – james wilson(limited appearances but the brightest light no doubt)
    Am fairly optimistic that fellaini could actually not start against bayern. Play fletch/carrick in mid, jones rightback. Would actually play smalling ahead of rio, cos we shouldnt be sitting anywhere as deep as we were in the first leg.
    Welbeck left, shinji middle and valencia right as the bank of 3 behind the main striker. No way rooney misses this game, but if i was the gaffer i’d use a fitter nani as a false 9, the bayern CB are built for the physical game. . .so i would throw in a slippery slimmey bastard like nani to spicen things up. Plus with that i’d be looking at interchanging triangles with nani, welbeck and shinji as the main attacking threat. Oh well i am not the manager, and a man can only dream :)


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