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K_se7en43

Academy Newbie
Hi guys , my name is Marlon . I've been a United supporter since 1999 . I've been fortunate enough to experience the thrills of being a surpporter of this Great club, good and bad .

Thanks Sam for this forum.

Yes United is going through some trying times but take note of our History . United will be back, to captivate , excite and thrill this new generation .
 

Sam

Manager
Staff member
Hi guys , my name is Marlon . I've been a United supporter since 1999 . I've been fortunate enough to experience the thrills of being a surpporter of this Great club, good and bad .

Thanks Sam for this forum.

Yes United is going through some trying times but take note of our History . United will be back, to captivate , excite and thrill this new generation .
Welcome to the forum Marlon 🙌
 

tOpy

Academy Newbie
Hello my name is Abou am from Tanzania. I have been a united fan since 2007 the Rooney and Ronaldo days but my favorite player was robin Van Persie considering he won us our last title. When it comes to Ole i love the guy but i don't see him turn this around and thank you Sam for the amazing forum. Peace.
 

Sam

Manager
Staff member
Hello my name is Abou am from Tanzania. I have been a united fan since 2007 the Rooney and Ronaldo days but my favorite player was robin Van Persie considering he won us our last title. When it comes to Ole i love the guy but i don't see him turn this around and thank you Sam for the amazing forum. Peace.
Welcome Abou. It's crazy how many reds around the world we've got here in just a few days, it's awesome.
 

Cal

Academy Captain
Welcome Cal. You’ve switched teams? You’ve got some making up to do then!
I'm suffering enough through both clubs as it is. Do you want me to punish myself more?

A visit to OT is definitely in my bucket list though, maybe after I graduate
 
Hi Guys. Sorry about the daft username. My name is actually Mark. I'm from Scotland and have been a United fan since Fergie was still at Aberdeen and destroying the old firm hold on the Scottish game. My thoughts about the club are that the deadwood needs kicked out (Young, Jones, Matic, Mata, Sanchez) immediately for the good of the club. I'd also take Rashford aside and remind him that he's not Christiano Ronaldo like he seems to think and immediately take him off freekicks. For my first signing i'd go for Timo Werner who is a much better striker than Rashford I think.
 

prestozer

Academy Newbie
My name is Preston from Nairobi, Kenya. I've been a supporter of the club since 1998 when I was just 10 years old. I've never been at Old Trafford but that's on my bucket list. I love the club so much. To me, it is ManUtd or no football.
 

Bestielob

Academy Regular
Hi people
My name is Ian. I am 60 years young and have been a Man United supporter since 1968, when i read an article on the Munich disaster.
After i had finished reading about the tragedy, i looked at the team photo and welled up in tears. I then ran downstairs, grabbed my Brothers football and smashed it repeatedly against the fence shouting EDWARDS, BYRNE, TAYLOR..........I knew from that day that i would depart this plane of existence a Man United fan.
 

gijoe50000

Academy Newbie
I'm Joe, from Cork.
Grew up a few miles down the road from Keane and Irwin.
My whole family were Utd fans, so I never had much choice but to follow United. Not that I was complaining. My Uncle's friend was also head of the United Supporters Club in Cork and he owned a little shopping center in our town that he called Trafford Park, with pictures of united players everywhere, and he drove a Red Volkswagen Beetle with United Slogans on it, and a bunch of United player figurines on a platform in the back window of it.

He also brought United players over to Cork whenever he could. He brought Lee Sharp down to our local football club to train once. Lee challenged me to a race because I was the fastest, and then he cheated by starting before me, and frequently fouled us to get the ball when we were playing.
I guess he just didn't like to lose. Players today could probably learn a thing or two from him.

Yea, I look a bit pissed off in the photo below. Probably still a bit odd with him for being a cheater...

Me and Lee Sharpe 1992.jpg
 

Sam

Manager
Staff member
Hi Guys. Sorry about the daft username. My name is actually Mark. I'm from Scotland and have been a United fan since Fergie was still at Aberdeen and destroying the old firm hold on the Scottish game. My thoughts about the club are that the deadwood needs kicked out (Young, Jones, Matic, Mata, Sanchez) immediately for the good of the club. I'd also take Rashford aside and remind him that he's not Christiano Ronaldo like he seems to think and immediately take him off freekicks. For my first signing i'd go for Timo Werner who is a much better striker than Rashford I think.
Scotland gains its representative, welcome to the forum Mark. I’ve got a lot of family in Dundee.
 

Sam

Manager
Staff member
My name is Preston from Nairobi, Kenya. I've been a supporter of the club since 1998 when I was just 10 years old. I've never been at Old Trafford but that's on my bucket list. I love the club so much. To me, it is ManUtd or no football.
Welcome Preston! I’m sure you will get to a game one day.
 

Sam

Manager
Staff member
I'm Joe, from Cork.
Grew up a few miles down the road from Keane and Irwin.
My whole family were Utd fans, so I never had much choice but to follow United. Not that I was complaining. My Uncle's friend was also head of the United Supporters Club in Cork and he owned a little shopping center in our town that he called Trafford Park, with pictures of united players everywhere, and he drove a Red Volkswagen Beetle with United Slogans on it, and a bunch of United player figurines on a platform in the back window of it.

He also brought United players over to Cork whenever he could. He brought Lee Sharp down to our local football club to train once. Lee challenged me to a race because I was the fastest, and then he cheated by starting before me, and frequently fouled us to get the ball when we were playing.
I guess he just didn't like to lose. Players today could probably learn a thing or two from him.

Yea, I look a bit pissed off in the photo below. Probably still a bit odd with him for being a cheater...

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Class introduction story Joe! Sharpe, what a character he was and not in the right way.
 

Sam

Manager
Staff member
Hi people
My name is Ian. I am 60 years young and have been a Man United supporter since 1968, when i read an article on the Munich disaster.
After i had finished reading about the tragedy, i looked at the team photo and welled up in tears. I then ran downstairs, grabbed my Brothers football and smashed it repeatedly against the fence shouting EDWARDS, BYRNE, TAYLOR..........I knew from that day that i would depart this plane of existence a Man United fan.
Welcome to the forum Ian, you’ve been following United for a lot longer than most of us!
 
Hi everyone

I'm Scott from Invercargill in New Zealand. I've been a United Fan since about 1993, never been to Old Trafford, but hope to rectify that one day soon!

My fav players were Paul Scholes and Cristiano Ronaldo. Of the current crop, I have a soft spot for (my name sake) Scott Mctominay and hope that he can become the Keane-type figure that we so badly need right now!

"Aggressive Leadership" is my new buzz-word I am going to be touting this season hehe

Look forward to meeting you all and discussing everything there is to discuss about the best club in world football...bar-none!
 

Sam

Manager
Staff member
Hi everyone

I'm Scott from Invercargill in New Zealand. I've been a United Fan since about 1993, never been to Old Trafford, but hope to rectify that one day soon!

My fav players were Paul Scholes and Cristiano Ronaldo. Of the current crop, I have a soft spot for (my name sake) Scott Mctominay and hope that he can become the Keane-type figure that we so badly need right now!

"Aggressive Leadership" is my new buzz-word I am going to be touting this season hehe

Look forward to meeting you all and discussing everything there is to discuss about the best club in world football...bar-none!
Welcome to the forum Scott, all the way from New Zealand! Desperate to go there at some point.
 
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