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A VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: Leicester fan on Mourinho, Danny Drinkwater & Mahrez

United have another early kick-off to take part in tomorrow, with champions Leicester visiting Old Trafford in a mouthwatering clash for Premier League fans. The game itself will obviously be extremely tough, but you’d hope the self-proclaimed Special One will get his tactics right this time around, and help deliver all three points.

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VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: Leicester fan on PL glory, Mourinho & beating Van Nistelrooy’s record

Manchester United’s season kicks off with the Community Shield against Premier League champions Leicester City this Sunday. Ahead of the game, we caught up with Leicester fan and blogger, Chris Forryan, who runs the popular website, Leicester Till I Die.

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A VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: QPR fan on Rio, promotion & Daley Blind

Ahead of the big game against QPR tomorrow, we spoke to Steve Sayce, who’s runs the hugely popular QPR site Independent Rs. We asked Steve a few questions about the two clubs, the game, and who he’ll think the match will turn out. Have a read and check out his answers below.

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A VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: Burnley fan on RVP, finishing fifth and LVG

Ahead of the game against Burnley this weekend, we spoke to Burnley fan Kevin Robinson, who owns and runs the hugely popular Burnely FC Blog – No Nay Never. We asked him a variety of questions about Manchester United and Louis van Gaal, to all things Claret & Blue.

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A VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: Sunderland fan on Mata, Welbeck & transfers

Ahead of the game against Sunderland on Sunday, we’re continuing our hugely popular ‘A view from the enemy’ series by speaking to Cameron Brown from Sunderland World. We spoke to the Black Cats’ fan about a variety of topics, including the new manager Louis van Gaal.

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A VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: A Swansea fan on Van Gaal, Vidal and Darren Fletcher

Ahead of the new season, we’re planning to speak to a fellow blogger from every opposing team the week before the two sides meet. First up is Scott Mackay, a lifelong Swansea fan who owns the #1 sports blog in Wales – The Swansea Way. Go check out his site, and see the questions he’s answered for us below.

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A VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: Arsenal fan on Fabregas, RvP & transfer activity

Ahead of the highly anticipated start of the season, we catch up with Jay Bayford who runs the Arsenal blog, Gunner Pride. He answers a few of our questions, including ones about Fabregas and this years transfer window. Have a read and leave your thoughts in the comment box below.

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A VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: Chelsea fan on Rafa, Abramovich and Wayne Rooney

Ahead of the FA Cup replay, we caught up with Chelsea fan Abdul Muqeet who runs the excellent sports website Sport Pulse. Abdul gives us his thoughts on the upcoming game between the two teams, as well as insight regarding Rafa Benitez, Frank Lampard, and the train wreck owner Roman Abramovich.

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A VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: West Ham Fan On Antonio Valencia, Hitler Chants and Big Sam

United play West Ham in a midweek Premier League fixture tomorrow, and ahead of the game we caught up with Sam Hewitt who runs the Hammers blog We Love You West Ham. He gave us his thoughts ahead of the game and answered a few of our questions.

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A VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: QPR Fan On Mark Hughes, Fabio And Captain Park!

On the back of two 1-0 defeats to Norwich and Galatasaray in the league and Champions League respectively, United take on QPR at Old Trafford tomorrow in what can be classed as a must win game. We caught up with QPR fan Mike, who runs the blog QPR Report.

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    Old Trafford Faithful is a Manchester United blog that aims to bring you all the latest club news as quick as possible, whilst bringing fantastic opinion pieces to the table. We created the site back in 2012, and it has already gone a long way in such a short space of time. Read more about Old Trafford Faithful here.