Six years later, Fergie’s influence remains strong at OT

On the 8th of May 2013, Sir Alex Ferguson announced his decision to retire after having managed Manchester United for 26 years. Fans were dismayed to see the man who had brought them 38 trophies, including 13 league titles and 2 Champions League titles, leave the club so unexpectedly. Six years and four managers later, Ferguson’s former protege, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, is showing his former … Continue reading Six years later, Fergie’s influence remains strong at OT

See You Soon, Mou

After the 3-1 defeat at the hands of Liverpool, Jose Mourinho has been let go by Manchester United. Somebody getting sacked is not something to be happy about (unless we’re talking about Donald Trump). Our thoughts go with Mou and his family. This is the reality of high level football management. Even Carlo Ancelotti, winner of three Champions Leagues, was fired thrice. See also: Mourinho … Continue reading See You Soon, Mou

Manchester is blue-er than ever

Manchester City defeated their red neighbors with ease in today’s derby, Guardiola’s men started the game well, with the foot on the gas pedal and dominated Manchester United for large periods of the game. Mourinho’s men tried to put up a fight, giving fans a glimmer of hope when Martial cut City’s lead in half in the 58th minute, but ultimately Pep’s team was just … Continue reading Manchester is blue-er than ever

United toil to dispatch strong Bournemouth side

As strange as it may sound, Bournemouth v Manchester United was a 6 point game with both teams vying for the 6th place. This is not a statement Manchester United fans will like to hear but it’s the reality today. Ten years ago, Bournemouth was playing in the lower divisions. Their whole starting eleven cost less than Paul Pogba alone. This gulf in the magnitude … Continue reading United toil to dispatch strong Bournemouth side