Fellaini Helps Women Crushed During Goal Celebration

While everyone busy celebrating, the big Belgium midfielder spotted a women crushed during the celebration and rushes to help her.

Quick thinking and empathic respond. Top lad!

Marouane Fellaini suffers ‘bad’ back injury

We wouldn’t care if this happened 3 months ago. However, time has changed. Marouane Fellaini is definitely one of our stand out defensive performer so far.

I guess it’s a perfect time for Ander Herrera, Morgan Schneiderlin or Michael Carrick to show what they can do, step up and fight to fill the Belgian’s position.

Marcus Rashford proves Man United don’t need a No. 10 to be successful

Can we be successful and win games without the no. 10? Good analysis over at Squawka. Hope Mourinho sort this out before being tested by a strong team in Manchester derby next month.

Highlights Against Hull


The lads try hard, throw endless attacking creativities, and show never give up attitude against Mike Phelan’s stubborn 10 man defence Hull. At the end, our young Marcus Rashford delivered the goal at “Fergie time”. What a game.

It’s hard to pick a man of the match but Dailey Blind was again calm and composed protecting De Gea while his partner Eric Bailly show again why Mourinho signed him. Luke Shaw and Antonio Valencia were outstanding at full backs. Rooney and Ibrahimovic had a decent game as well.

You can watch game highlights here. Bring on Manchester derby!

Luke Shaw Exclusive Interview

The young England defender was definitely one of our top performer last season until that cunt Moreno did what cunts do. What happened next is what we fear worst, that was the last match for our young left-back and he was forced to stay off field to recover a potentially career ending injury for the rest of the season.

To be fair to our previous manager, Luke could’ve saved our season. Maybe not, but I feel that the team never recovered from missing our very best left back that night at Philips Stadion, Eindhoven in a Champions League match.

Luke Shaw made a comeback though. He went straight to the starting eleven at Mourinho’s United and featured at two opening matches this season. He talked to Daniel Taylor at the Guardian about his injury and how the new boss change things around. It’s a really good interview.

I am very happy to see him back.

Manchester United Europa League Draw

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It is confirmed today that we will meet Fenerbahce, Feyenoord and Zorya Luhansk (Ukraine) in the Europa League’s group stage this season.

I am not really excited for this cup which we are participating twice in past 3 seasons. First and foremost, there’s no way I can watch it from my country because no local TV would want to take the broadcast rights. Second, because it’s a “second-rate” European cup. Although, a win means a trophy. I’m a slut, so I’ll take it. 🙂

This draw is pretty special though for ex-Red’s favourite player Robin Van Persie, who helped us getting the #20 EPL medal, as he returns to both Manchester United and Feyenoord. I am sure he will be welcomed in Old Trafford by the home fans.

Complete group stage matches embeded below. You can get fixture updates for free on your calendar via this link.


Bastian Schweinsteiger to leave for free?

So it’s true that the world cup winner isn’t part of Mourinho’s United.

He is one of my favourite player. Good luck, Basti!

Big Money – How Football Clubs Actually Sign Players

“But why are player costs important? After all, it’s not our money, right. Disregarding that it kind of is our money – the huge increase in Premier League TV revenue, for example, is being paid for through Sky and BT subscription fees from UK viewers – with domestic and Uefa financial regulations, clubs are prevented from spending much more than they earn. In practice, this results in individual spending caps for each team. Understanding how clubs calculate player costs helps us to see how they really value certain players, as well as how the money is being spent, which players provide good value, and which players do not.”

Superb coverage on the business behind mega contracts at The Guardian.

No Irish player in United Squad for First Time in 80 years

There’s a long history of legendary Irish players in United squad, from Denis Irwin, Paul McGrath to Roy Keane. The tradition ends with the sale of young defender Paddy McNair to Sunderland early this season.

The independent has the history and what it means for the club.

How Does it Feel Growing Up In Class of 92?

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Kevin Pilkington recalls growing up with David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville, Philip Neville, Nicky Butt and Paul Scholes, and what was it like to train with the one and only Peter Schmeichel at Old Trafford.

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