With the Euros keeping us ticking over with football action, the Republik of Mancunia forum is taking time to reflect on the wonderful 07/08 season.
What was our greatest moment of the season? Which new signing has proven to be the most effective? Which goal had you cheering the loudest? Which match had you on the edge of your seat?
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For a more in depth view of the season, carry on reading.
Player of the season
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Goal of the Season
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Highlights: Owning Fabregas on two occasions, outplaying Gerrard at Anfield, scoring in the European Cup final penalty shootout.
Highlights: Brilliant debut against City, winning goal against Arsenal, scoring the European Cup penalty shoot out.
Highlights: Wondergoals against Spurs and Boro, elaborate goal celebration, keepy-uppy vs Arsenal, scoring against Arsenal and Liverpool at Old Trafford, scoring in the European Cup final penalty shoot out.
Highlights: First goal of his United career against Chelsea, scoring the winner at Anfield, late and crucial goals against Spurs, Blackburn and Lyon, scoring in the European Cup final penalty shoot out.
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Match of the Season
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Most Improved Player of the Season
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Moment of the Season
Beating Barcelona – Through to the final
Hargreaves vs Arsenal – Ending their season and going 6 points clear at the top
VDS save vs Anelka – Winning European Cup
Giggs vs Wigan – The Premiership title is ours again
Terry’s penalty miss – European Cup not lost
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