Red Devils end season in shambles

The Red Devils fucked up their only chance of winning a silverware today as they lost to a more determined Chelsea team, and even bringing on the cavalry by Mourinho did not change the outcome of the game controlled by the Blues. Unite looked in trouble in the early minutes of the game as Chelsea…

Red Devils head to FA Cup final

Alexis and Herrera staged yet another comeback for the Red Devils to seal a spot in the FA Cup final, as Tottenham gave them a really tough time at Wembley before the Spurs abdicated to allow the Red Devils to claim the win. United were in trouble early on as Spurs took the game by…

Red Devils live to fight another FA Cup tie

The Red Devils fought hard against a valiant Huddersfield side to eventually proceed for the Emirates FA Cup next round as they showed some clinical finishing to claim the win. Three minutes in the first half and Mata played Lukaku in on goal, and the latter held off the challenge from the defenders to slot…

Sanchez stars in FA Cup win

Alexis Sanchez made an instant impact with the Red Devils on FA Cup night against Yeovil Town as he was involved in two out of the four goals scored, and had an incredible work rate for the 72 minutes allocated to him for his first match with the Red Devils. Mourinho rotated the squad fot…

Nemesis Kanté

N’Golo Kanté showed he loves to play and score against the Red Devils, as he turned out to be their nemesis last night in a tight FA Cup tie, where Chelsea made sure the Red Devils got no revenge after their 4-0 humiliation in the Premier League the last time these 2 clubs met, and…

Saved by Zlatan

A very determined Blackburn Rovers team ran into the ground and posed all sorts of problems to the Red Devils, but they had to bow out of the FA Cup in the end, yet with their heads held high. The Red Devils should be thankful yet again to Zlatan as he delivered the winning goal…

Red Devils continue their FA Cup journey

A clinical second half display saw Manchester United survive the big scare bestowed by Wigan Athletic (masterminded by Warren Joyce, former reserve coach at United), and they eventually cruised to a comfortable victory to book a spot in the FA Cup fifth round. It was a scrappy start for both teams as both teams struggled…