5 Things We Learned: Cambridge United 0-0 Manchester United

By Ashley Turner 1) What does Herrera have to do to start? Our Spanish gem has started just two games since his Man-of-the-Match display against Hull City at Old Trafford on November 29. Granted, he wouldn’t be used to playing in conditions like the ones experienced on Friday night, and the aerial threat and direct […]

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5 Things We Learned: Queens Park Rangers 0-2 Manchester United

By Jason Freeman 1) Tactical change pays off… again! There has been a lot of debate over why Van Gaal continues to use a 3-5-2, Van Gaal has given a few explanations as to why he’s sticking with it. One of those is that it provides a better balance but I’m not sure if that […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 0-1 Southampton

By David Gee (@DavidGee26) A subdued performance delivered a disappointing result as Manchester United’s poor run of form continued with just one win in the last five Premier League games. Louis van Gaal’s men will need to improve quickly if they are to maintain their position in the Champions League places, with a comfortable lead […]

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5 Things We Learned: Stoke City 1-1 Manchester United

By David Gee (@DavidGee26) It was a typical away game at the Britannia; wet, windy and physical. There was not a high calibre of football on display but these games are what the Premier League is all about. United started in sloppy fashion, conceding early on to a well-worked corner with Peter Crouch, inexplicably allowed […]

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5 Things We Learned: Tottenham Hotspur 0-0 Manchester United

By Jason Freeman 1) Tale of two halves That old football cliché again, but it was. The first half was in my opinion our best away performance of the season and we really should have put one of the chances away if not more but it wasn’t to be. The second half, Spurs made some […]

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5 Things We Learned: Aston Villa 1-1 Manchester United

By Matthew Jones 1) Happy hunting ground So the six game winning streak went out the window with Saturday’s 1-1 draw, but it’s now seven games unbeaten for Louis van Gaal’s red and white army. United might not be playing scintillating football, but I’m sure most United fans will agree it’s refreshing that we’re winning […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 3-0 Liverpool

By David Gee (@DavidGee26) Few results give the United Faithful greater pleasure than a victory over Liverpool and on Sunday the Red half of Manchester enjoyed a welcome win against the Reds from Merseyside. As is becoming worryingly customary United began the game on the back foot through careless errors, but after Sterling was put […]

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5 Things We Learned: Southampton 1-2 Manchester United

By David Gee (@DavidGee26) A fifth win in a row and the momentum is building. United haven’t played well in recent weeks but they’ve got the job done, albeit with a fair share of fortune. The game at St Mary’s mirrored the tie at the Emirates a couple of weeks ago in many ways, with […]

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SEA View: Fellaini’s Turnaround

In this edition of SEA View: Matthew, Jason and Bob discuss Marouane Fellaini and his form this season. What are your thoughts? Share in the comments section below CLICK HERE. Matthew (writer) Manchester United are starting to look, well, more united again, with four straight wins confirming that Louis van Gaal is starting to make his […]

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5 Things We Learned: Manchester United 2-1 Stoke City

By Jason Freeman 1. Everywhere you go, always take De Gea with you! He was named as player of the season by the players and fans last season, pretty much by default, with no other contenders vying for the awards after a poor season for the club. De Gea is on course to pick up […]

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5 Things We Learned: Arsenal 1-2 Manchester United

By David Gee (@DavidGee26) A squad ravaged by injuries made the trip down to London and returned with 3 points and the first away win of the season. Victory for the Reds seemed unlikely following a nervy and disjointed start to the game in which the Gunners could quite easily have been out of sight, […]

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What do you want, blood?

By Nathan Lewis Last weekend’s defeat in the Manchester derby has given renewed impetus to the doubting Thomas’ both inside and outside United’s support. Concern over defensive frailties persist with Louis van Gaal forced to field a central pairing of Michael Carrick and Paddy McNair for a large portion of the second half at Eastlands, […]

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