Yesterday was a weird one. You can’t quite fathom what really happened. Arsenal fans are suffering something akin to Pavlov’s Dog (ring the bell – salivate regardless of whether food is brought). We generally know what to expect of Arsenal against big teams. Drab performance, upsetting result. The first half yesterday felt like a drab… Read more »
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Happy Wednesday to you all! Thought I’d drop this nice and early for you, because, you know, I’m damn good to you and all that. So… what a Monday eh? I landed my first taste of super hardcore fandom when I watched the United game in Sydney. Waking up at 6am to hang with the… Read more »
I couldn’t face a match report yesterday. I took Saturday night self destruction to the sort of levels you’d expect post a game like that. The match hit me hard. Harder than any game over the last year because of the expectation, I knew we’d lose like that. United weren’t just bad, they were terrible…. Read more »
What a super massive amazing day of blog goodness yesterday was. Not only did I treat you to an article of my own, I also dropped a Q&A with the guys from Stretty Rant as well as an interview with DJ Superstar Otto Knows. I mean, digital blogging doesn’t get better than that. Do I… Read more »
The Stretty Rant are a Manchester United blog with big opinions. I asked if I could get some of those down on digital paper. They agreed because they’re polite and nice. Here’s what they said.
Friday. It. Is. Here. So we’ve had a bit of a press conference, which was nice. We found out many exciting things. #WELBZ is a late fitness test for tomorrow’s game, you’d have to think that whatever the result, we’ll be chucking him at the deepend beacuse now we have the back up of Olivier.
Even when you know something is coming, it doesn’t make the pain of sitting in a stadium with 55,000 others who have the same understanding any easier. Last night wasn’t as destructive as it could have been from a points perspective, but from a high level view, it felt like the team had accepted that… Read more »