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Can United qualify for the Champions League?

December 2, 2016

Let’s face it, the season hasn’t exactly gone to plan so far. I’m sure the directors, sponsors, Mourinho and the players had all expected that at this moment of the season we would be in a healthy position and in contention with 2 or 3 other teams for the title. United have certainly been under. Read More »

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The 10 young European players who could help United back to glory

December 1, 2016

Through its glorious history there’s been one single element of success that stands out for Manchester United among all others. It’s a belief in youth talent. Manchester United has always placed its trust in gifted young players, either home grown or imported, and taken the time to build them into champions, with historic results. George. Read More »

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Crucial Carrick: Is the 35-year-old still the man to make United tick?

November 7, 2016

Over the last couple of years, there’s been no shortage of praise for Michael Carrick on ManchesterLaLaLa.com. In November 2014, we asked “is this guy our most underrated player?” and one writer, quite persuasively at the time, suggested a Blind/Carrick midfield was the way forward. Earlier this year, after a dominant 3-0 win against Stoke in. Read More »

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Will United fans give miserable-looking Mourinho time?

October 31, 2016

How much patience will United fans afford the latest manager to take on the task of returning the club to glory in the post-Fergie era? This is a very difficult question to answer, but without doubt, United fans will not tolerate watching City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Spurs, Chelsea and others playing some great attacking football, winning. Read More »

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Jose Mourinho faces huge early Manchester United test

October 26, 2016

Manchester United face an uphill challenge to qualify for the Champions League next season given their underwhelming start to life under Jose Mourinho. Supporters of the Red Devils expected the club to return to the dominance they displayed during the tenure of Sir Alex Ferguson. However, defeats to bitter rivals Manchester City and Chelsea have. Read More »

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5 Questions Following United’s 4-0 Defeat to Chelsea

October 25, 2016

Had your fill of “five things we learned…” posts this week? How about five questions to ponder instead? Check out the key talking points following our humiliation at Stamford Bridge below… Does Zlatan deserve to be starting on current form? Just 6 months ago, people were asking if Ibrahimovic was in the best form of. Read More »

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OPINION: Wayne Rooney Deserves More Respect

October 19, 2016

Wayne Rooney is probably one of the best paid players in the Premier League today. However, the disrespect and ingratitude shown towards him lately, both by United fans and England fans, has been, in my mind, a little shameful. Wayne exploded onto the scene in 2002 with Everton , a sixteen year old street fighter. He. Read More »

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IN SHORT: United’s Future is Young & Bright

October 15, 2016

Man Utd currently have the 8th youngest squad in the Premier League. Hardly a headline-worthy stat, but with an average age of 26.6, compared to City’s 28.4, and a mix of established top-level players still with their best years ahead of them, plus some tantalizingly promising prospects, the future looks undeniably bright for the Reds.. Read More »

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How Long Will the Fans Give Mourinho?

September 21, 2016

Let’s be honest – many, if not the majority of United fans, never wanted Mourinho in the first place. Personally I wasn’t unhappy with the choice considering who was seemingly available, but over the past couple of seasons, I’ve been talking more about the likes of Koeman, Pochettino and Simeone in my posts. I believe. Read More »

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Home from Home: The return of much more than just Paul Pogba

August 13, 2016

It seems our most clinical and decisive transfer window in four years has come to a dramatic, albeit not that surprising conclusion, with the signing of Paul Pogba. The Frenchman, originally on our books since coming to us from Le Harve in 2009 at the age of 16, has left Juventus to come back, in. Read More »