Let me be clear to start on this issue about De Gea. I will be forever grateful for his service to our club and the performances he put in during some of the darkest days. He will forever be a legend for his time at the club with his consistency in the mayhem the post-Fergie … Continue reading Time for De Gea to leave the club and Dean Henderson to take over the #1 shirt
Overrated, no work rate, no passion, no respect for the badge; these are just some of the words that come to my mind as I think of this midfielder. Let me preface this with some background of where I am coming from. Over the last two weeks, I have read the autobiographies of Gary Neville, … Continue reading Why Pogba is not a true academy product and represents the major issues clubs face in the new era of Football. (Raiola is a rat)
I ask this question regarding, what team actually fields a full-strength squad from the first match to the final. The press is in love with Pep and the way he plays. Yes, they are playing a brilliant brand of football and dominating matches. If we watch closely, ask Ole and many others have pointed out … Continue reading City’s treble is worthless. What was the last top six club to set out to win the league cup?
I am currently on Paternity leave from my work until beginning of August. As this season began to end and my first-born arrived, I feel more and more lost of what has happened to this great club. We listen to these former players who make their time at United sound like a simple formula. We … Continue reading Fast forward to today, about a week since the season is over
This is a quick post of appreciation. Wazza was dead on the money when talking about the need to fear OGS and Carrick. AS we have seen from the history of Manchester United, everyone successful player and spell has been under a manager who was feared but respected. Just read about Eric Harrison and what … Continue reading Rooney is still an absolute legend and his podcast was spot on!
I remember still to this day hitting the football against the stone wall of our house on Horsemill Lane in Harrogate. We had been living back in England for about two years at this point and the first time living in the north of England in Yorkshire. I went inside the house to relax on … Continue reading THE MOMENT I FELL IN LOVE WITH FOOTBALL