The season might have ended less than a week ago Saturday's Champions League final is, technically, the final act but Wayne Rooney has undoubtedly already secured the award for the most tedious transfer saga of the summer. Rooney allegedly handed in a transfer request three weeks ago as Sir Alex confirmed after his [.
When, almost a year ago, Manchester United confirmed the signing of Shinji Kagawa from Borussia Dortmund many Reds couldn't believe their luck for United had just secured the services one of Europe's best attacking midfielder, a player who had just won the Double in Germany and was named Bundesliga's Player of the Year.
Only 11 days have passed since Sir Alex Ferguson announced his decision to leave Manchester United at the end of the season. The events that have unfolded since, though, have generated the impression that the announcement was given a lifetime ago. We've had the confirmation that David Moyes will replace Fergie, we've had him and [.
West Bromich Albion host Uniteds final game of the season and Sir Alex Fergusons 1500th and final game in charge of the club. 1,000′s of United fans will make the pilgrimage to The Hawthorns, ticketless or not! The atmosphere will be incredible. Paul Scholes will also make his final appearance in what's been a glittering [.
Manchester United travel to the Hawthorn's to take on West Brom in the final game of the season, and look cracking value at 1.83 with bet365 to round off with another victory. Success in the game will see them equal their best ever points haul in a Premier League season (91 in 1999/00), and the [...]
Robin Van Persie was last night crowned Fans' Player of the Year as he added the Sir Matt Busby award to his first Premier League medal and the Golden Boot. The Dutchman received 41,5% of votes, ahead of Michael Carrick (29%) and David De Gea (11.5%). Van Persie was superb in his first season at [...
Manchester United celebrated their 20th title with an open-bus parade through the streets of Manchester as fans lined up the route from Old Trafford, through Deansgate and Albert Square. It was the perfect send-off for Sir Alex Ferguson and Paul Scholes, who both compared tonight's parade with the triumphal return from Barcelona in 1999, when [.
In the wake of Sir Alex Ferguson's decision to stand down as Manchester United manager, among the flurry of tributes that poured in for Sir Alex, Paul Gascoigne admitted his regret at not signing for the club. "He always says one of his greatest regrets was not signing me, but I think it was the [...
I was only seven years old when we lost the league to West Ham in 1995 and I remember shedding bitter, youthful tears as they title slipped by. My dad told me not to worry, "Fergie will be there next season," he said and "we'll win something next season, United always move on." He was [...]
With nothing to play for in terms of prizes today, United welcome Swansea City to Old Trafford in what could turn out to be an entertaining game between two sides who play the game the right way, the attacking way. The game however is merely the under card to what will be some of the [...]
United take on Swansea in Sir Alex Ferguson's final home game in charge and are a top priced 1.33 with Coral and Ladbrokes to give him a winning send-off. The game, which comes on a day which will officially be crowned champions for a 20th time, will mean so much for players, fans and the [...]
This is the end Beautiful friend This is the end My only friend, the end Of our elaborate plans, the end Of everything that stands, the end No safety or surprise, the end. It is, indeed the end. It was the Fergie time none of us wanted. It was the news we didn't want to [...]
There are moments in life for which none of us can be prepared. No matter how inevitable, planned or natural they might be, the enormity of the consequences is such that we simply refuse to acknowledge and accept the event. If you support Manchester United, today is one of those days. Sir Alex Ferguson, the [.