In the past few years, well, to be more specific, since 2006, United have not really spent that much in the transfer windows to invest in players for the squad. We’ve not really needed to, to be fair, but Sir Alex and co. have received much criticism because of that – investment is always necessary to move forward, and of course, the hypocritical quote from David Gill himself: ‘Debt is the road to ruin’ and with no investment, that’s certainly where the club will go. Read the rest of this entry
If you don’t watch for the goals – watch for the commentator!
When I find myself in times of trouble,
Chicharito scores for me,
Javier Hernandez, little pea,
Little pea, little pea, little pea, little pea,
Javier Hernandez, little pea.
To the tune of ‘Let It Be’ by The Beatles.
Do you have an alternative chant for our Little Pea? Let us know in the comments box!
Manchester United dominated at Upton Park with huge thanks to a name you’ve all heard of many a time before, Wayne Rooney. Wayne scored a fantastic hattrick at Upton Park this afternoon consisting of a brilliant free kick, a fantastic strike from the edge of the area to the bottom corner and a wonderful penalty to cap it all off. That’s without mentioning Mr. Javier Hernandez too! Who capped it all off at the end of the game, making sure that Manchester United take all 3 points away.
Manchester United travel to Stamford Bridge for their next match against Chelsea. Chelsea are the reigning champions of England, and Manchester United are looking to take their title away and bring it back to Manchester. Fernando Torres was brought into the Chelsea squad in January, and has yet found the back of the net for Chelsea.
What. A. Game. Blackpool tore us apart for the entire first half, we had a dreadful start, and were 2-0 down, everybody knew that something needed to change, and surely enough it did, Fergie’s hairdryer came out at half time, and he sent the players on EARLY, to get them to buck their ideas up and let them know they have a job to do, and bloody hell, they did it!
Wayne Rooney has scored only one goal from open play since the game against Bayern Munich, he’s been in talks with Manchester City, he handed in a transfer request and he’s been injured, not to mention trying to turn the blame on Sir Alex when he tried to leave. Yet United fans from far and wide still see him as an idol, they still see him as a vital United player, but the thing that baffles me the most, is he’s still the first name on the team sheet when he’s fit. Read the rest of this entry
Remember that famous saying by Alan Hansen back in 1995? That statement was emphatically dismissed as Sir Alex Ferguson and his young Manchester United side went onto claim the Premier League title that season with a squad with an average age of 24, with 6 first team regulars under the age of 21. It seems Sir Alex is planning to do it again, in even more style. Read the rest of this entry