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Sie Alex Ferguson states he didn’t pick David Moyes

Sir Alex Ferguson has dismissed suggestions that he hand-picked David Moyes as his successor at Manchester United. Moyes took charge of United in the summer of 2013 with reports that he was personally chosen by Ferguson as the man to take over at Old Trafford. But in his updated autobiography, Ferguson denied such claims about […]

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The Power of Transition – How Moyes Might Be On To A Winner…

Once more unto the breach dear friends……………….kind of. For two decades Manchester United fans have set out in August, more in expectation than in mere hope. We had an advantage, an extra ingredient that set us apart from the rest.   This isn’t just the view of someone born with pre-installed scarlet contact lenses; this was something a […]

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The start of a new era for Manchester United

It has been very quiet at TF Towers for a while now, the over saturation of United gossip on social networks is one of the factors of my lack of writing on anything United related. So much has changed since I last wrote here, both at the club and also on a personal level. This […]

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Wayne Rooney: Is he really in the wrong?

  Today, The Faithful welcomes Nathon Woodhead from Red Flag Flying High. You can follow the site @RFFH and Nathon @nathonw on twitter. The retirement of Alex Ferguson spells an end to the greatest era in the history of Manchester United, but with every end comes a new beginning. The greatest manager of his generation, and arguably of all-time; Sir Alex […]

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Alex Ferguson – The Real Dark Knight Of Manchester

By now I am sure many of you would have read about Sir Alex Ferguson’s latest rant in which he defended Manchester United’s owners, the Glazer family. In his press conference, Fergie even went on to attack sections of the United fan base by claiming that those opposing the Glazer’s control over the club are […]

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The Curious Cases of Paul Pogba and Ravel Morrison

Social networks have many plusses and an equal amount of negatives, none of which I will go in to here in much detail. Personally I use Twitter as a forum to discuss many things, none more than United, with people from all over the world. But one thing is abundantly clear from using this forum, […]

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