Football has always been my passion, a passion fueled by my late Grandfather whose love for the game was impossible not to share. I grew up with stories of Duncan Edwards and the Busby Babes, who my Granddad had seen first hand, and it was there my interest in the greatest football story ever told began. From the tragedy of the Busby Babes to the resurrection through Best, Law and Charlton. Then back in to obscurity for a quarter of a century until a certain Sir Alex Ferguson rolled in to town. Once you learn the history of the club it's hard not to fall in love with it. And for that I'll always be grateful to my Pops.
If I had a pound for every tweet I’d been tagged in to lately telling me I was wrong about Fellaini, I’d probably have about ninety two pounds fifty. But you’ll get where I’m going with this. ...Read More
With the March international break an unnecessary inconvenience we take a look back at Manchester United’s season so far. Who is your player of the season so far? Who have been the most improved...Read More
An average season for Wayne Rooney so far? With more pressing needs, such as tactics, team selections and an overall lack of cohesion in United’s play, Wayne Rooney has quite rightly slipped under t...Read More