It is not everyday that a character as important as Sir Alex Ferguson retires, his impact on Manchester United, turning them from a faded dinosaur into arguably the biggest brand in world football is astonishing. The legacy he leaves is massive and in part due to his sheer longevity as Manchester United manager means that there will be a fair amount of shared history with any club who has played in the top flight in that time.
The following list is mainly personal memories of games
Updated 11-05-2013 at 04:31 PM by Colinjb
Originally Posted by alpine_saint
Originally Posted by NickG
Thought you would have learnt that you shouldn't write of young players by now!
After slating Schneiderlin and welcoming the signing of Jay "already being tipped for England" Rodriguez with "why the f#£% have we signed him".
Ramirez has more ability than our other attacking midfielders. He has been inconsistent and petulant but if you get back to UK when we are playing (assuming still here after suspension!) He is worth seeing live.
This script was waiting to be written from the moment Nigel Adkins was cruelly relieved of his duties by Nicola Cortese back in January. The fan-favourite manager, defecting to our main rivals from last season after his sacking and his first home game in charge coming against the club that rewarded him so poorly for the success he brought them.
Guess who's playing host this weekend.....
Nigel Adkins is not a perfect manager, some
Updated 03-04-2013 at 09:54 PM by Colinjb
Originally Posted by Glasgow_Saint
Heard this alot since the QPR nightmare - few selected quotes below since Saturday........
We have been superb since Pochettino arrived - QPR was a one off
One bad game since he took over get over it
we were brilliant vs Man United, world class vs Man city, excellent vs Wigan and unplayable vs Everton
Got me thinking have we really been "brilliant" "excellent" World class" "Technical genuis" ect ect
Updated 19-01-2013 at 11:36 PM by shirleysfc