Tag Archives: Man United Players

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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SEA View: Welbeck or Falcao – Short Term vs. Long Term

Welcome to a new feature on Stretford End Arising called SEA View. Throughout the season members of SEA’s writing team, moderators & forum users will share their thoughts on a topical discussion point. Today we discuss whether the club has made the right long term decision by bringing in Radamel Falcao and releasing Danny Welbeck. […]

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Sporting Lisbon Fan Discusses Marcos Rojo

By Gonçalo Rojo initially struggled and had a tough start to life at Sporting. We all could see he was technically excellent (considering he is a central defender) and his physical attributes were very good (fast and strong, which is a promising mix), however his positioning was poor, and as a team we were a […]

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The Curious Case Of Nani

By David Gee (@DavidGee26) Luis Carlos Almeida da Cunha; if only his list of match winning performances was as long as his name. However, despite undoubted talent Nani (as he is more commonly known) has produced a Manchester United career to date lamentably characterised and beset by one thing: inconsistency. Having joined the club on […]

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Aye, Aye Captain

By Matthew Jones MANCHESTER United finally look like we have, in Louis van Gaal, a captain capable of steering the club through the troubled waters of Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement that hit us like an iceberg striking the Titanic. We have our new Ahab, but the question remains as to who will be his skipper […]

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Au Revra, Patrice

By David Gee (@DavidGee26) Outspoken, tenacious, passionate and proud; that’s Patrice Evra. On the 21st July 2014, United’s long-serving left-back agreed to join Juventus and will leave Manchester United after almost a decade of service. Despite agreeing an extension of a further year to his contract on the 23rd May 2014, the Frenchman heads to […]

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Shawly It’s Only The Beginning

By Matthew Jones WHAT’S that old saying about buses. You wait all year for one and then…ahh you get where I’m going with this. What a week it was for Manchester United. Just as the transfer rumour merry-go-round was about to go into meltdown, the nightmarish summer fever that we succumbed to in 2013 was […]

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The Baby Face From Bilbao

By David Gee (@DavidGee26) One of the most exciting World Cups in recent memory may be in full flow, but already thoughts are turning back to domestic competition. For many associated with Manchester United, the festival of football in Brazil is merely providing the opportunity to scout potential targets and perform an early assessment of […]

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Giggs: The Greatest

By Matthew Jones It’s hard to justifiably sum up 23 years in one article. But in the most simplistic form: Ryan Giggs is Manchester United. Forget the record appearances, the trophies, the medals – Giggs ‘gets’ United. Early on, Giggs knew, when he first burst onto the scene, that in order to have a successful […]

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End Of An Era, But It’s Time To Move On

By Matthew Jones RIO Ferdinand has been a truly wonderful servant for Manchester United. It’s now time to press ahead with finding his replacement. They say there’s no room for sentimentalism in football. I totally disagree, but while we pen the epilogue to Ferdinand’s glorious 12 years as a Manchester United footballer, the need for […]

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#MoyesOut – but where now?

By Matthew Jones WELL, the #MoyesOut hash tags can now be changed to #MoyesGone ones. Mission accomplished United. Except, it isn’t really is it. If you’re happy about David Moyes’ sacking, you really shouldn’t be. The last 10 months has been the lowest period at Old Trafford in almost three decades and there are several […]

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Who stays, who goes?

By Parit Yadav Blaming Sir Alex for his choice of successor and leaving a weak squad behind him would mean trivialising the issue and would not do justice to the situation. This is the same group of players that won the league by 11 points – even with a bad season you would at least […]

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