Manchester United morons redefine loyalty as Brentford plan Arctic trek.

29 Mar

Its fair to say Manchester United have had a car crash of a season, relative to their recent standards. Their Premiership title is all but lost, entry to next season’s Europa League looks unlikely whilst they are ranked as 33/1 rank outsiders in a field of eight, for a last hope of glory – the Champion’s League.  Sadly, I’ll miss what could be (yet another) defining moment in the Old Trafford debacle as I’m going to be travelling North to watch Brentford at Oldham.

I say sadly. My footballing choice will always start and end with Brentford – moreso if that rare opportunity (in this first season of parenthood) to ‘play away’ presents itself. However, I have a ghoulish interest in what is due to unfold, quite literally, as Manchester United take on Aston Villa at lunchtime.

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 Thanks for reading over the course of the campaign. For now I need to make space on this page for any follow up.  The ‘close season’ / World Cup columns continue in full, further on in this site.

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2 Responses to “Manchester United morons redefine loyalty as Brentford plan Arctic trek.”

  1. Steve March 29, 2014 at 9:37 am #

    What utter nonsense . United fans do not expect to win every game or endless trophy’s , but we want to see a United side motivated , tactically prepared and giving its all , We want a manager to come out fighting a\t press conferences instead of defeatism before a ball is kicked , but most of all we want a team sent out with passion to give its best even if not always good enough .. .
    This season as been a shambles , from the transfer cock ups in the summer to Moyes embarrassing dinosaur tactics , Moyes is not up to the standard this great club and fans deserve , he as to go , simple .

    • nickbruzon March 30, 2014 at 1:00 pm #

      Cheers – much appreciated.
      I guess from my perspective I see a manger who has inherited the biggest shoes possible and an ageing squad.
      I do wonder what the supporters would make of the season if, somehow, Champion’s League success occurred.
      Regardless, I don’t think Moyes has helped himself but what a way to respond to the plane crazy crew with that 4-1 win.
      Look positive, at least you’ve done enough to avoid a trip to Griffin Park next season.

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