In defence of the Glazers

May 12, 2015

Today being the anniversary of the Glazers takeover at Manchester United there is a lot in the press about what those ten years have meant. We’ve already done a great interview with Ian Stirling from IMUSA and we’ve got an interview to come with Duncan Drasdo from MUST on this subject. We thought we would share this blog from July 2012 with you and hopefully open up a useful debate…

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Paradise lost. Paradise regained?

May 12, 2015

This was a blog that was originally written after the calamity of MK Dons away. As you can tell I was very, very angry with too many United players that weren’t simply pulling their weight…   Paradise lost. Paradise regained? Finally some of you will have had your eyes opened to the absolute mediocrity that calls itself a Manchester United player. Originally I too made excuses for a lot of…

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A tale of one City

April 5, 2015

This was a blog written in November 2011 about how United and City were tearing up the Premier League but finding life quite different in Europe. For City, somethings never change…     A tale of one City It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. For Manchester the best represents both its clubs sat resplendent at the top of the Premier League and even the…

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What’s in a song?

April 3, 2015

This is an article I originally wrote in mid-September 2012 regarding the ongoing debate that BBC presenter seemed to want to have regarding United fans singing ‘It’s never your fault’ to Liverpool fans. It possibly wasn’t the most appropriate song to sing but what really enraged me was the way that Green refused to let any United fan try to explain or discuss the song on his show. He simply…

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Brave new world

April 2, 2015

This was an article I originally wrote in August 2013 about the start David Moyes had made as manager of Manchester United. It’s interesting to look back on how we all thought and felt at that time and then consider how we all feel now… We’ve all been there with our broadband, satellite television or mobile phone providers where we take out a nice long contract only to see halfway…

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