As we have covered in the 3 previous parts of this review, there have been many ups and downs. Lets see who were the big highs and lows of the 2014/15 season at Manchester United as we hand out our Old Trafford Faithful, end of season awards.
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You’ve read Part 1, you know United made the Top 4, and you know how. But how will we progress towards the ultimate goal of the Premier League and Champions League titles? Read on, in the Season Review, Part 2.
Two years ago, Manchester United were Champions of England for the 20th time in the clubs history but facing the prospect of life after Sir Alex Ferguson who had just announced his retirement.
Fast forward 2 years and 3 managers later, lets explore the journey we have been on, and how much further we have to go, to regain our title at the summit of English and European football.
Manchester United overcame Liverpool with a convincing 2-1 victory at Anfield yesterday, and what better way to discuss the performance with fellow Reds in a live chat scenario? INPLAY, a social messaging football application allows you to do this.
Manchester United fans lost a real presence of match going Reds when Red Issue announced that it’d no longer be produced and sold outside Old Trafford on match days. That void has quickly been filled by a new online fanzine – Utd Way.
Old Trafford Faithful is a Manchester United blog that prides ourselves on bringing you accurate, reliable and quick Manchester United news. We’ve done so for the past two-and-a-half years, and our hard work has been recognised by The Football Blogging Awards, who suggested we should enter the ‘Best Club blog’ sponsored by the Manchester Evening News.
Like one of those ominously effective disciplinarian parents, Roy Keane is a far more terrifying proposition when he appears calm than when he allows his rage to be exposed to the world. So when his new autobiography comes out shortly, expect some fireworks!
According to various surveys and reports, the average age of a modern-day match goer is on the rise and it now stands at 41. Alongside this ticket prices are consistently rising, meaning the younger generations are finding it hard to afford going to matches. The Manchester United blog Republik of Mancunia are trying to tackle this.
Rio Ferdinand has spent eleven years at Manchester United now, and to commemorate his longevity in Manchester he completed his testimonial game a fortnight ago. Alongside this, was the release of his new book ‘My Decade As A Red’.