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Wednesday, 31 August 2011

International duties for Manchester United's Phil Jones and Tom Cleverley #mufc

Manchester United would have been sending Danny Welbeck on international duty but for his hamstring injury on Sunday.  Her's an interview from FATVs Youtube channel.


Monday, 29 August 2011

Fantastic and hilarious!! #mufc

This had me in tears, one of the funniest Fanzone videos I've ever seen.


A superb performance at OT. #mufc

Well it's been a long weekend and a very enjoyable one too.  Me and my pals jumped on the coach from my local pub to and everyone was pretty chilled on the ride down to the ground.  Things were a bit livlier outside Old trafford and I heard a few short chants.  Once I made it up to the top of the Stretford End I realised the players were already out and Old Trafford was absolutely rockin'! Well, we didn't sit down all afternoon! The atmosphere was excellent and everyone was singing in the Stretty. What a game, I'm gutted for Danny Welbeck doing his hamstring after half an hour but other than that everything went perfectly.  Here's the match report from the official Manchester United website. 

28/08/2011 17:30, Report by Adam Marshall

United 8 Arsenal 2

Whatever City can do, United can do better.
While the blue half of Manchester looked set to dominate the footballing agenda with a stunning 5-1 win at Spurs, United went goal crazy against a depleted Arsenal side to steal the headlines and hammer home a warning to Roberto Mancini's team and the rest of the Barclays Premier League.
In a game that had everything - a missed penalty, a converted spot-kick, a hat-trick for Wayne Rooney, a red card and 10 goals, United simply romped home 8-2.
Danny Welbeck, Ashley Young (2), Nani and sub Ji-sung Park also hit the net with David De Gea superbly saving a penalty when the lead was a slender one. Theo Walcott and Robin van Persie replied for the crestfallen Gunners, who had Carl Jenkinson sent off in the second half.
United made their intentions clear from the start with Welbeck charging down Wojciech Szczesny and looking a real threat. Tom Cleverley and Welbeck shot wide and some of the Reds' passing was mesmeric.
So it was no surprise when the hesitant visiting defence failed to deal with Anderson's clever lofted pass and Welbeck steered a looping header over Szczesny for the opener. Chris Smalling dragged wide after setting up the chance for himself beautifully but, against the run of play, Arsenal were awarded a penalty when Jonny Evans pulled at Walcott's
shoulder. De Gea dived to his right to push van Persie's spot-kick around the post and earn the congratulations of his team-mates. And, from United's next attack, Young collected a header out by Armand Traore and bent an inch-perfect curler past Szczesny's despairing fingertips for 2-0.
De Gea had to be alert to make a double save from Andriy Arshavin and van Persie but the champions carried the greater threat with Welbeck diving to head Rooney's cross off target. A hamstring injury cruelly ruined the young striker's afternoon, and Arshavin, who was very fortunate to still be on the pitch after a foul on Young when already booked, flashed a warning shot over the bar at the other end.
Jenkinson was also lucky to avoid a red card when hauling Young down as he sprinted through on goal but Rooney ensured his own justice was meted out by rolling the free-kick for Young to trap and then sweeping past Szczesny with the power on the shot too much for the Polish keeper.
Rooney showed the confidence flowing through the team when testing Szczesny from his own half but there was real complacency seconds before the interval to allow Tomas Rosicky to feed Walcott, whose drive from an angle whistled through De Gea's legs for 3-1.
It was a message that the job was still far from done, and one that was taken on board as Sir Alex's side turned up the heat again in the second half. Szczesny saved well from Young and Nani chipped wastefully off
target as the hosts pressed but the Gunners responded with De Gea superbly stopping a van Persie volley and Arshavin firing wide when Smalling was caught up the pitch.
Tom Cleverley shot weakly at Szczesny after a brilliant one-two with Young and Nani failed to convert a cross from the former Aston Villa winger but the dam broke again when Rooney repeated his free-kick feat in the first half by whipping home for 4-1 and becoming United's all-time record scorer in the Premier League.
Smelling blood, Smalling tore forward and ignored Phil Jones on the overlap to instead feed Rooney, who prodded through for Nani to net with the most outrageous of cheeky finishes. Nani then made way, along with Anderson, for Ryan Giggs and Park but the relentless attacking continued.
Rooney wedged a golf-like shot of sheer class against an upright before Park exchanged passes with Young to bury a low finish into the corner of the net. Van Persie restored a semblance of pride with emphatic finish after being played onside by Jones but United simply stepped up a gear again.
Jenkinson received a second yellow card for bundling Javier Hernandez over when he was through on goal and there were more illegal tactics used to halt the red tidal wave when Walcott tripped Patrice Evra inside the box. Rooney stepped up to seal his hat-trick with a confident
spot-kick and it got even worse for the North Londoners when Young curled in to add his second from a Giggs pass.
Park shot over in stoppage time but enough damage had been inflicted to the Gunners' battered pride as the home fans rejoiced on a day to remember at Old Trafford.

Sunday, 28 August 2011

Update #mufc #afc

Just a quick post for you guys before I head into Manchester for a few pre-match drinks.  It's a Four O'clock kick-off today so plenty of time to get in the mood.  It's gonna be huge this game today plus city are away to Spurs this weekend so hopefully we shall top the table this afternoon.  I'm hoping we line up in a 4-5-1 as we have utilized this formation well over the last few years against Arsenal.  I think adding carrick to midfield in place of Welbeck up top would work well but who knows what Fergie will do.  I suspect he may want to give game time to some of those who haven't played much yet this season.

Saturday, 27 August 2011

First home game for EPL Champions. #mufc

Manchester United won their first home game of the season 3-0 against Tottenham Hotspur.  Goals came in the second half from Danny Welbeck, Anderson and Wayne Rooney.

Find more pictures from the game at


Friday, 26 August 2011

UEFA Champions League fixtures list 2011/12 #MUFC

The fixtures list has been released for the group stages of the UEFA Champions League 2011/12.  First stop Benfica on 14th September.


Thursday, 25 August 2011

UEFA Champions League group draw. #mufc

Today the draw was held for the 2011/12 UCL Champions league. The games are sheduled as follows:

Matchday 1: 13/14 September 2011
Matchday 2: 27/28 September 2011
Matchday 3: 18/19 October 2011
Matchday 4: 1/2 November 2011
Matchday 5: 22/23 November 2011
Matchday 6: 6/7 December 2011

Here are the 8 groups consisting of four teams each.


Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Fergies youngsters - Tom Cleverley Video. #mufc

Tom Cleverley has already played a part this season and now that the signing of Wesley Sneijder has seemingly fizzled, he has an even greater opportunity to fill some of the gap left when Paul Scholes retired.
Tom spent the last 3 years gaining experience through loan spells at Leicester, Watford and Wigan Athletic where he gained experience of first team football.  Hopefully this season will continue for him as it has started because I love to see young Academy players go right to the top of the game.  Testament to Manchester Uniteds youth policy.


Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Manchester United vs Tottenham #mufc


Match pictures at West Brom. #mufc

Here's some more high quality pictures from  They are from the West Bromwich Albion Vs Manchester United game on 14th of August.  Goals from an early Rooney strike and a deflected Ashley young cross.

Even more pictures of Rooney, Rio, Young and co. can be found at


Saturday, 20 August 2011

Justifiable expenditure - My season ticket.

It's not been cheap and it shall only get more expensive as I head out this season following the reds.  However, whilst the season ticket plus Cup Scheme matches will be a thousand pounds I can't help but think it is going to be worth every penny this year.  A bright new bunch of players, a new rich rival down the road and an almost unbeatable Barcelona waiting in Europe somewhere means this seaon is going to be utterley riveting, nerve-shattering and exciting from the start.  Just look at the fixture list on this blog and you shall see the first month for us is crucial.  That is why it's totally justified for me to be going mental in the East Stand come Monday night!

Here are the pics I promised:

Membership Pack: Includes access to all reserve games.

Season Ticket access card and paper ticket for Monday.


Friday, 19 August 2011

Access card and membership finally arrives! #mufc

I finally recieved my paper ticket for the Tottenham Hotspur match, my membership pack and most importantly my season ticket for the coming English Premier League 2011/12 season.  I can relax now and look forward to the Monday night football at Old Trafford.  It's the first home game of the season and I'm rather excited.  I bought my ticket late so the seat which will be mine this year had already been allocated as a single ticket. Therefore I shall be in the East stand as opposed to the Stretford End for just this One game.   It should be a top-notch match, Spurs having quality players and a fluid, attractive style of play.  It's a game I always look forward to and United have a good record at home against the side now under Harry Redknapp.   I shall try to get some decent pics of my members and season ticket holders packs at some point, and post them forthwith.

Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Plans to sell shares emerging from Dow Jones. #mufc

This story emerged towards the end of the 2011/12 Premier League season and has now resurfaced again.
Talk of Manchester United going back on the market may lead to a change of ownership which to be honest, I am not sure whether it's good or bad news.  The Glazers have many detractors but apart from ticket price rises I can't really think of anything to criticise them over.  Sir Alex has always backed them so I see no real reason to feel unhappy.  A much greater fear for me is that Manchester United Football Club might become the trophy-piece of an Oligarch, Sheik, Gangster or some other kind of Royal brat.  Anyway her's the article, ramble complete.

Manchester United plan IPO in Singapore: Dow Jones

The English Premier League giants Manchester United plan to raise one billion US dollars in an initial public offering (IPO) in Singapore later this year, Dow Jones Newswires reported Tuesday.
The share sale is planned for the fourth quarter, Dow Jones said, quoting people familiar with the situation.
Credit Suisse Group has been mandated by as sole global coordinator and bookrunner on the deal, said the the sources, who were not named. One source said other banks are expected to be added as bookrunners later.
The club, which was once listed on the London Stock Exchange as Manchester United PLC, had initially planned to list in Hong Kong.
But the club changed is its mind and now prefers to list in Hong Kong's regional rival Singapore, according to the Dow Jones sources.
United were delisted from the London exchange in 2005 after US tycoon Malcolm Glazer bought the club.
A Singapore listing by United, ranked by Forbes earlier this year as the world's most valuable football team in 2011 with a value of $1.86 billion, is expected to boost the city-state's credentials as a financial centre.
Analysts said United have chosen to list in Asia because of the club's popularity in the football-mad region where it has legions of fans.
United have been seeking ways to cut financing costs and raise money to expand their lucrative business, as well as acquire players to strengthen the club.

Article from Yahoo news.

Monday, 15 August 2011

Bebe - Loan deal is Turkish holiday nightmare. #mufc

Bebes' loan deal to Besiktas has been cut short due to a knee injury, he will be returning to Carrington for treatment. Here's the full story from

10/08/2011 12:19, Report by Nick Coppack

Bebe suffers knee injury

Manchester United forward Bebe, currently on loan at Besiktas in Turkey, has suffered a serious knee injury and will face a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
Bebe tore his left anterior cruciate ligament in Portugal Under-21s' 1-1 draw against Slovakia on Tuesday night and will now require surgery to repair the damage to his left knee.
The 21-year-old joined the Turkish side on loan in June, with a view to staying for the duration of the 2011/12 season.
More: Bebe profile

Manchester United defence needs insurance policy already.

In the first week of the Premier League 2011/12 season United are already in a minor injury crisis.   Similar to last season, United have been hit with injuries to defenders Nemanja Vidic, Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra and Rafael Da Silva.

Ferdinand has injured damaged his hamstring and may be absent for up to 6 weeks.  Rafael is sidelined for 10 weeks after dislocating his shoulder.  ESPN Soccernet story.

So already the champions will have to rely on their insurance policy of Chris Smalling, Phil Jones and Johnny Evans. I'm sure the under studies are up to thjob but any more defensive injuries and fans may be wishing Wes Brown and John O'Shea were still part of the Old Trafford setup.


MUTV - Sky Virgin Media or Internet Broadband

 I've been watching a load of MUTV lately, there is tons of exclusive footage from behind the scenes.  There really is no other way of gaining access to so much exclusive content. So I thought I'd make a quick post showing you how to get access.

MUTV is the official television channel for Manchester United, broadcasting seven days a week on Virgin Media (, Sky ( and online.
The channel shows replays of all Manchester United matches and full game analysis, as well as live reserve team matches, fan phone-ins, exclusive interviews with players and management, and the aptly-named Talk of the Devils chat show.
And with everything filmed in a studio at Man Utd’s home ground, Old Trafford, footy fans will get all the latest news, when it happens, straight from the pitch. Red Devils fans should subscribe to MUTV today to get the low-down on their favourite football club.

How can I watch Man Utd TV?

You can watch Manchester United’s TV channel via satellite TV on Sky (, or if you have a cable TV service from Virgin Media ( You can also get an online subscription, and can watch the channel live over your broadband on your computer. Details on how to subscribe are below:

What else is shown on Man Utd TV?

As well as all the latest Man U news, subscribers to the MUTV channel can watch pre-match build-up and post-match commentaries for all first team games, and replays of all of Manchester United’s Premier League, Champions League, FA and Carling Cup games. Matches will not be shown live due to broadcasting rights.
You can watch exclusive interviews with the team, as well as programmes recorded at the MUTV studios inside Old Trafford and the Trafford training centre, made especially for the channel. Weekly chat shows with Paddy Crerand and Denis Irwin also feature other United legends past and present.
And you can watch the future stars of United in full live match coverage of the reserves in the FA Premier Reserve league. You can also follow the fortunes and training of the latest crop of talented youngsters in the United Academy.
Bringing you closer to the players, management and the pitch at one of the world’s greatest football clubs, MUTV offers Man U fans much more than just the match.

Saturday, 13 August 2011

Rio Ferdinand's USA Tour 2011 Diary #mufc

Here is some pre-season behind the scenes footage of Manchester United players.

The pre-season tour was a resounding success.  Almost everyone in the squad is playing well and United beat all-comers, including an MLS all stars team featuring David Beckham and Thierry Henry. The reds also defeated Barcelona 2-1 in a game of very high quality. The Barca team featured Iniesta, Pedro, Villa and Busquets as well as new sensation Thiago Alcantara.

The young Paul Pogba. #mufc

Manchester Uniteds French central midfielder is currently among the reserve team.  He has had a good season last year and is looking to break into the 1st team this year.   Pogba is a tall player whos' style reminds me of Patrick Viera, whom he played against in the Paul Scholes testamonial during the pre-season.  He has a terrific shot on him and carries the ball well, combining good close control and incisive passing. I hope he will get some premier league minutes from Sir Alex Ferguson this year and I think he will definately figure in the Carling Cup.
So here's a little video to show some of the exciting attributes possessed by yet another United Academy player.


Friday, 12 August 2011

2011/2012 Fixture list. #MUFC

Here's a list of the fixtures for this season.  The first game is away to West Bromwich Albion, who finished 11th last season.  It was a tough game last year and we won 2-1. Chicharito bagging the winner if I remember correctly, so hopefully we can do the same in the first of what is a tough opening run of games.

I shall be trying to go to every game this season but I wopn't be at this one unfortunately. Ah well, off to the pub then!

Tottenham, Arsenal, Bolton Chelsea to follow.  I feel that if we can get wins from these game we could take an early lead and really put the pressure on the opposition.  Come on boys!


Wednesday, 10 August 2011

F.A. Community Shield pictures. #MUFC

Here are some high quality pictures from the Derby game.   Courtesy of

There are even more pics on the main site.....

Kobe Bryant shows off his footy skills. #mufc

Half time at the Barcelona Vs Manchester United pre season game.  The World Football Challenge match saw United beat the Catalans 2-1 in what was a thrilling game. Nani opened the scoring and Pep Guardiolas team responded through Thiago Alcantara, However Michael Owen sealed the win for Manchester United.

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Celtic Legends vs Manchester United Legends.

A charity match is to be played between the sides in aid of Oxfam's East Africa Appeal. Following the failure of the late 2010 rains, large parts of the Horn and East Africa region are facing the world's worst food crisis. Oxfam's response includes providing urgently needed clean water and feeding families.

Legends of both clubs and the entertainment world will be taking part in the match. Already confirmed are players such as Henrik Larsson, Chris Sutton, Dwight Yorke, Gordon Strachan, Patrick Kielty, Richard Ashcroft, Ricky Hatton, Nigel Benn, Angus Deayton, Ricky Whittle and Nicky Byrne. Billy Connolly, the Patron of the Celtic Foundation, will be at Celtic Park on the night, and a host of other confirmed as lending support to the event and the fundraising effort are Wayne Rooney, Rod Stewart, Eddie Jordan, Sharleen Spiteri, Dougray Scott and Paolo Nutini.
The line up has swelled further this week with the addition of Manchester United hero Roy Keane. For Keane – who made 326 appearances for Man U scoring 33 goals – the return to Celtic Park will bring back memories of his final season as a player. He returns to Celtic on the eve of his 40th birthday and will surely be looking for a victory to put the icing on his celebrations. The former Ireland international played 10 times for Celtic FC in the 2005/2006 season before retiring on medical grounds.
Truly deserving of his place in The Legends, Alex Ferguson has said of Keane: “Over the years when they start picking the best teams of all time, he will be in there.”
Exec producer Lester Holcombe said: “We’re absolutely delighted to have secured Roy to play. For many of the fans he’s the greatest midfielder that Man U ever had. He never took any prisoners and we’re fully expecting him to bring that same competitive edge to this game.”
Celtic manager Neil Lennon said: "This is a great cause and one we should all support. The charitable spirit and generosity of our supporters is well known and we’re sure our fans will once again lend their backing to support the many thousands of people in Africa who need our help.


Monday, 8 August 2011

F.A. Community shield 2011

It was great to see the reds out in whats the first game of the season if you like.  It may only be a friendly but as last year, everyone wants to win this game. Sir Alex started with a full strength lineup of De Gea - Smalling, Rio, Vidic, Evra - Young, Carrick, Anderson, Nani - Rooney, Welbeck.

07/08/2011 16:15, Report by Nick Coppack at Wembley

City 2 United 3

New players, same old spirit. Sir Alex Ferguson handed four players competitive debuts at Wembley in the Reds' injury-time Community Shield victory on Sunday, but despite the fresh faces United displayed the same never-say-die attitude that has become the hallmark of the manager's modern teams.
In the space of six second-half minutes, goals from Chris Smalling and Nani turned around a two-goal deficit and seized back the momentum Manchester City had stolen at the end of the first period. Then, with the match in the fourth minute of injury time and seemingly poised for penalties, Nani charged down a Vincent Kompany clearance on the halfway line, sprinted clear, rounded Joe Hart in the City goal and slid the ball home to clinch the season's first piece of silverware.
Many had written United off by half-time after goals from Joleon Lescott and Edin Dzeko – albeit against the run of play – had given the Blues what looked to be an unassailable lead. But changes at the break, including the introduction of debutants Phil Jones and Tom Cleverley, prompted a United fightback that epitomised the strength of character Sir Alex so often speaks of.

For me the best players were Nani and Anderson but really everyone did quite well.  Tom Cleverley was excellent when he came on, he thwarted citys' counter-attacks and managed an assist in one of the sexiest goals I've ever seen.
Check out this gif, credit to the author whoever they are!

So are we still desperate for another midfield genius to be signed? Or have we just seen one in the making?


Saturday, 6 August 2011

Paul Scholes' Testamonial.

Paul Scholes played his last game for Manchester United in front of 75,000 fans last night.  Every seat in Old Trafford was filled, and Paul Scholes couldn't deny how much he is loved by the United fans.  None other than Pele and United legend Eric Cantona put a team together to face the reds, representing New York Cosmos in their first match in many years.  Nicky Butt, Gary Neville and Dwight Yorke were wearing the Cosmos for this friendly, as well as Patrick Viera who was soundly booed every time he went near the ball.  Actually I was glad he played because it only added to the atmosphere.

In these games I always hope the player being honoured plays well, although Scholes almost always does. Therefore I shouldn't have been surprised when The Genius struck a thunderous 25 yard shot right into the top corner after 20 minutes of play! It was just perfect and Scholesey went on to spray long passes all over the pitch. He really could have bagged a hat-trick to be honest and when he was subbed after 75 minutes he really didn't look ready to come off. The youngsters came on and took over from a full strength starting line up, finishing the game off at 6-0 to the reds. Danny Welbeck, Anderson, Wayne Rooney (pen) and  Mame Diouf (x2) were the goalscorers.

We will never really replace a player such as Paul Scholes but he can rest assured he has given us some amazing memories and will never be forgotten.

Friday, 5 August 2011

A Young Footballers Lifestyle.

With all the attention on the football at the Manchester United Premier Cup, this video takes a look at the players education outside of football and how they balance their lifestyle, also getting an insight from the coach of Chelsea FC and a parent, along with a supporter of Orlando Pirates.

Video produced by The Reporters Academy, a 'not for profit' Media Production Company integrated into the world of Media, Education and Employment.

Paul Scholes the legend.

I was about 14 the first time I met Scholesy, it was in the toilets of The Albion pub in Middleton.
I shouldn't have been there really, It was the first time I'd been to a pub and I was nowhere near 18.
I never said anything to Scholesy but it didn't matter because over the next Fifteen or so years I saw him around town quite often.  Looking back it amazes me that a man who has recieved the plaudits of some of footballs' greatest, would be so down to earth. Paul Scholes will come over to you for a chat when he catches you staring as he takes the kids to McDonalds!  The man really is one of a kind, you only have to see Rio Ferdinands tweets today, the guy can't big him up enough.
But as you should know, tonight is the Testamonial match for Scholesy and so the final curtain comes down on what must be One of the greatest football talents of my generation, or in my opinion of all time.

Are you ready?!

So here we are, just about to start another new season.  It's been hard for the football fan this summer.  Last year we had the FIFA World Cup 2010 to keep us happy so I fared quite well. Watching Javier Hernandez (Chicharito) for Mexico was a treat, I was so excited wehen I saw the little pea rip through Maradonnas' Argentina I was grinning like a Cheshire cat!  (Get well soon chicharo)  The old favourite who made the Scousers cry had a wonderful tournament also, yes Diego Forlan.  He has just got better and better since he left Old Trafford.
Anyhow, here we are a few days from the F.A. Charity Sheild, in which we face the massive Manchester city.  The pre-season tour 2011 went very well.  Our new signings of Ashley Young, Phil Jones and David De Gea all look like the real deal. And there are still the Sneijder roumours afoot for all you true transfer muppets out there!
Plus I've just sorted my season ticket sat next to my best mate in the Stretford End.

It's gonna be a belter guys n girls so strap in cos the Reds are on the march again!

Thursday, 4 August 2011


Hello there,
                 I would like to welcome you and introduce you to my new Manchester United blog.

My plan is to bring to you news, opinion and media relating to the mighty reds.  I hope that I can convey my great love for the beautiful game and of course; Fergies' boys!  Manchester United are the most famous football club in the world and Sir Alex Ferguson may just be the greatest manager of all time.  For as long as I can remember he has steered the reds to many a trophy and unearthed wonderful talents along the way. He truly has brought the greatest players in the world to play in the humble city of Manchester, whether these players were working for or against us I will always be gratefull for that. I doubt I'd have seen the likes of Paul Scholes, Cristiano Ronaldo, or even Lionel Messis' great Barcelona playing down the road, if not for the work Sir Alex has done.

So in the coming weeks I hope to share my personal experiences and feelings, and share stories about the Reds'  upcoming season.  "From the banks of the irwell...."

Monday, 1 August 2011


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