The Battle to be United's No.1

Sid Saturday, July 30, 2011

Around the same time last year, Anders Lindegaard was an unknown to most United fans and even after he was signed in January we really didn’t get to see him in action except for 2 appearances in the FA cup. On the other hand, David De Gea has had people raving on about his talent and ability for quite a while now. Having usurped the talented Sergio Asenjo from the no. 1 position at Atletico Madrid, he has been long touted as the man who would replace Iker Casillas as the Spanish No. 1.

The Fall of Rio's successor!

Sid Friday, July 29, 2011

Jonny Evans was once considered the ideal successor to Rio Ferdinand & the next big prospect to emerge from the youth team. This was merely a season ago! Since the start of last season, his stock has taken a steep slide and seems to have hit rock bottom.

Could this be Fergie's last season?

Trapstar8 Saturday, July 16, 2011

As the new season draws closer, the fixtures are released and the transfer window clicks into overdrive adding even more excitement to the overwhelming optimisim felt amongst fans across the globe. One thought has dawned upon me amongst all this and i admit it fills me with emotions not usually associated with the return to pre-season. 

The terms 'dread','scared' or 'fearful' best describe some of the feelings i get upon the question I've asked myself more and more recently. "Is the Sir Alex's last season in Charge?" The question is impossible to answer, there's no right or wrong opinion because simply put nobody even knows,maybe not even Sir Alex at this stage.

Is this the Frenchman's last chance?

Gonzalo Maldonado Thursday, July 14, 2011

Gabriel Obertan is among the 21 players who are travelling to USA for the 2011 Tour. Many, and I include myself, were expecting the French winger to be by this time either loaned out or transferred to another club. However, Sir Alex Ferguson seems to be giving Obertan one last chance.

The end of an Era at United

Sid Monday, July 11, 2011

I never really thought I’d be so sad to see John O’Shea or Wes Brown, maybe it was because I was so sure we’d see them play out their entire career at United, like Scholes and Neville have, and Giggsy will. While Brown's departure was on the cards, no one ever imagined we'd see O'Shea leave. 

Jones, Young and De Gea: Profiles & Career stats

Sid Friday, July 8, 2011

As everyone knows we've signed 3 players so far this summer, while it looks like we're still in the market for at least another player. So here's a short description of the trio also with a table of their career stats so far.
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