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Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by ndumart: 6:43pm On Nov 15, 2008
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THE GREAT champions of England



THE OLD TRAFFORD IS OUR HOME

Old Trafford is the proud home of Manchester United FC, located in the borough of Trafford in Greater Manchester.

It has been the club's permanent home since 1910 and currently boasts an all-seater capacity of 76,400 - the biggest club stadium in the United Kingdom. This followed recent ground development to the quadrant areas of the ground, filling in both corners of the North Stand to add an additional 9,000 seats.

Sir Bobby Charlton, former club striker and current club director, nicknamed the ground "The Theatre of Dreams".


Old Trafford Football Stadium
Sir Matt Busby Way
Greater Manchester
England
M16 0RA


Below is a list of trophies won by Manchester United from when they were formed as Newton Heath
Competition Year
F.A Premier League
1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003 ,2007,2008

Football League Division One (Old)
1907-08, 1910-11, 1951-52, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1964-65, 1966-67.

Football League Division Two (Old)
1936, 1975

F.A (Challenge) Cup
1909, 1948, 1963, 1977, 1983, 1985, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2004

Football League Cup
1992, 2006

European Cup (Now Champions League)
1968, 1999, 2008


European Super Cup
1991

Intercontinental Cup
1999

F.A Community Shield 1908, 1911, 1952, 1956, 1957, 1965, 1967, 1977, 1983, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2003 ,2007

Also of note is the feat achieved by Manchester United in 1999 when it won the "TREBLE". The 2 local competitions; The F.A Cup and the English Premier League, and the UEFA Champions League.

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Manchester United has been one of Europe's most successful clubs when it comes to individual player awards. The club has boasted talent that has picked up prestigious accolades such as the Ballon d'Or, the Football Writers' Footballer of the Year and the PFA Players' Player of the Year.

Ballon d'Or

Arguably the most prestigious award in world football, the Ballon d'Or was established in 1956 by French football magazine 'France Football'. It is awarded to the player who is said to have performed the best over the course of the season and is often referred to as the European Football of the Year award.
Until 1995, the award was only on offer to European players, whilst prior to 2007 players had to be at a club within Uefa's jurisdiction. However, the award can now be given to any player regardless of their club, league or nationality.

Winners:

1968: George Best
1966: Bobby Charlton
1964: Denis Law

2nd place:
2007: Cristiano Ronaldo
1999: David Beckham
1968: Bobby Charlton
1967: Bobby Charlton

3rd place:
1993: Eric Cantona
1971: George Best

PFA Awards

The Professional Footballers' Association give out annual awards to the player considered to have enjoyed the best season in English football.

As the award is selected by fellow professionals, players have considered it as a highly prestigious accolade.

PFA Players' Player of the Year:

2008: Cristiano Ronaldo
2007: Cristiano Ronaldo
2002: Ruud Van Nistelrooy
2001: Teddy Sheringham
2000: Roy Keane
1994: Eric Cantona
1992: Gary Pallister
1991: Mark Hughes
1989: Mark Hughes

PFA Fans' Premier League Player of the Year:

Since 2001, fans have been given the chance to vote on a shortlist of players from each of the four divisions; selected by the PFA.
2008: Cristiano Ronaldo
2007: Cristiano Ronaldo
2006: Wayne Rooney
2002: Ruud Van Nistelrooy

PFA Young Player of the Year (Under-23smiley

2007: Cristiano Ronaldo
2006: Wayne Rooney
2005: Wayne Rooney
1997: David Beckham
1993: Ryan Giggs
1992: Ryan Giggs
1991: Lee Sharpe
1985: Mark Hughes

FWA Footballer of the Year:

The Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year is given to the player considered to have performed the best and most consistently over the season. It was first given out in 1948 and is selected by the sport's top journalists from across England.

2008: Cristiano Ronaldo
2007: Cristiano Ronaldo
2001: Teddy Sheringham
2000: Roy Keane
1996: Eric Cantona
1968: George Best
1966: Bobby Charlton
1949: John Carey

FIFA World Player of the Year

The official FIFA award, selections are made by the managers and captains of international teams.
Those eligible to vote are given three votes - one worth five points, one worth three points and one worth a single point - and whichever players collects the most points is declared the winner.

2nd place:
2001: David Beckham
1999: David Beckham

3rd place:
2007: Cristiano Ronaldo

Uefa Club Awards:

Since 1998, Uefa has given annual awards to the best players from a club within its jurisdiction. These include the player of the year, goalkeeper of the year, defender of the year and forward of the year.

The awards were traditionally given out at a special gala in Monaco before the European Super Cup match. However, since 2005, they have been presented at the draw for the group stages of the Uefa Champions League.

Club Footballer of the Year:
1999: David Beckham

Goalkeeper of the Year:
1997: Peter Schmeichel

Defender of the Year:

1999: Jaap Stam
2000: Jaap Stam

Midfielder of the Year:
1999: David Beckham

Forward of the Year:
2003: Ruud Van Nistelrooy

Manager of the Year:
1999: Sir Alex Ferguson

FifPro Awards

The Fédération International de Footballeurs Professionels is a representative organisation for football players from around the world.

In 2005, the organisation established its own awards ceremony where the world's top player, young player and world XI would be decided.


FifPro Young Player of the Year:
2005: Wayne Rooney


FifPro Special Young Player of the Year:
Fans also get the opportunity to vote for their young player of the year.
2005: Cristiano Ronaldo

World Soccer Magazine Player of the Year

Since 1985, World Soccer Magazine has handed out annual player, manager and team of the year awards. Readers are given the opportunity to vote for their selection.

Manager of the Year:
2007: Alex Ferguson
1999: Alex Ferguson
1993: Alex Ferguson

Team of the Year:

1999: Manchester United

Meanwhile, eight former Manchester United players were included in World Soccer Magazine's 100 Greatest Players of the 20th Century:
George Best (8th), Bobby Charlton (11th), Eric Cantona (24th), Peter Schmeichel (41st), Duncan Edwards (46th), David Beckham (49th), Ryan Giggs (85th) and Bryan Robson (93rd).

Onze d'Or


The Onze d'Or is a prestigious football award handed out annually by French magazine Onze Mondial. It started in 1976.

Readers select a European Team of the Year and then, from that shortlist of eleven players, select their top three players who are eligible for the gold, silver and bronze awards respectively.

Onze d'Or:
1996: Eric Cantona

Onze d'argent:
1999: David Beckham
2007: Cristiano Ronaldo

Onze de Bronze:
2003: David Beckham

Manager of the Year:
1999: Alex Ferguson
2007: Alex Ferguson

F.A Premier League Manager of the Year:
1994: Alex Ferguson
1996: Alex Ferguson
1997: Alex Ferguson
1999: Alex Ferguson
2000: Alex Ferguson
2003: Alex Ferguson
2007: Alex Ferguson

IFFHS Awards
The International Federation of Football History & Statistics is a popular organization which collates football history. It was founded in 1984 and now gives out a series of annual football awards.


Best Club Manager of the Year:
1999: Alex Ferguson

Best European in the World:
1992: Peter Schmeichel
1993: Peter Schmeichel

Bravo Award

Chosen by Italian sports magazine Guerin' Sportivo, the Bravo Award is given to the most outstanding young player in Europe.

From 1978 to 1992, the award was given to the best under-23 player participating in one of the three European club cups. Since then, it has been available to any under-21 player from any European League.

1993: Ryan Giggs
2004: Cristiano Ronaldo

World Sports Net's World Football Awards

In 2007, World Sports Net teamed up with the International Sports Press Association to hand out a series of awards for outstanding achievement. Members of the AIPS are in charge of the nomination and voting process.

Manager of the Year:
2007: Sir Alex Ferguson

Match of the Day's Goal of the Season:
Chosen by viewers and a panel on BBC's MOTD.

1998/1999: Ryan Giggs v. Arsenal, F.A Cup Semi-Final (April 1999)2004/2005: Wayne Rooney v. Middlesbrough, F.A Cup Fourth Round (January 2005)
2006/2007: Wayne Rooney v. Bolton, Premier League (March 2007)


RECORDS


Manchester United F.C - Club Records


Record Home Attendance
76,098 v. Aston Villa, 27 December 1920 (at Old Trafford)
83,250 v. Arsenal, 7 January 1948 (at Maine Road)

Biggest League Win
10:1 v Wolverhampton, 15 October 1892

Biggest Premier League Win
9:0 v Ipswich Town, March 1995

Record Cup Victory
10:0 v Anderlecht, European Cup Preliminary Round, 26 September 1956

Most Club Matches
Bobby Charlton - 759 appearances (1956 - 1973)

Record Goalscorer
Bobby Charlton - 249 goals (1956 - 1973)

Most Goals in a Season

Dennis Law, 46 goals (1963/1964)

Most League Goals in a Season
Dennis Viollet, 32 Goals (1959/60)

Fastest Goal

15 seconds - Ryan Giggs, v. Southampton, Premier League, November 1995.

Record Transfer Fee Paid
£29.1million for Rio Ferdinand from Leeds United (July, 2002)

Record Transfer Fee Recieved
£17.25million for David Beckham to Real Madrid (July, 2003)

Youngest First-Team Player
Davis Gaskell - 16 years & 19 days v. Manchester City, Charity Shield, October 1956.

Oldest First-Team Player
Billy Meredith - 46 years, 281 days, v. Derby County, First Division, May 1921


Manager List

17 men have managed Manchester United since the club's formation. Here is a list of all the managers that have been in at the helm in chronological order:

From - To - Name

1986 - Present - Sir Alex Ferguson
1981 - 1986 - Ron Atkinson
1977 - 1981 - Dave Sexton
1972 - 1977 - Tommy Docherty
1971 - 1972 - Frank O'Farrell
1970 - 1971 - Sir Matt Busby
1969 - 1970 - Wilf McGuinness
1945 - 1969 - Sir Matt Busby
1937 - 1945 - Walter Crickmer
1932 - 1937 - Scott Duncan
1931 - 1932 - Walter Crickmer
1927 - 1931 - Herbert Bamlett
1926 - 1927 - Clarence Hilditch
1921 - 1926 - John Chapman
1914 - 1921 - John Robson
1912 - 1914 - John Bentley
1903 - 1912 - J Ernest Mangnall


Manchester United Senior Squad - 2007/2008

Goalkeepers:


1. Edwin Van Der Sar
12. Ben Foster
29. Tomasz Kusaczak

Defenders:

2. Gary Neville (captain)
3. Patrice Evra
5. Rio Ferdinand
6. Wes Brown
15. Nemanja Vidic
19. Gerard Pique
22. John O'Shea
23. Johnny Evans
25. Danny Simpson
26. Phil Bardsley
27. Mikael Silvestre

Midfielders:

4. Owen Hargreaves
7. Cristiano Ronaldo
8. Anderson
11. Ryan Giggs (vice-captain)
13. Park Ji-Sung
16. Michael Carrick
17. Nani
18. Paul Scholes
24. Darren Fletcher
30. Lee Martin
33. Chris Eagles

Forwards:

9. Louis Saha
10. Wayne Rooney
21. Dong Fangzhuo
32. Carlos Tevez
39. Frazier Campbell



what else is there to say for a club that has the highest number of foreign fans world wide.

JOIN MANCHESTER UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB FANS, BE A CHAMPION.

Ronaldo is class. He already has 8 goals this season.
I hope he repeats last seasons magic or surpass it.
I just wish we had routed Hull, West Ham, our GD would have been out of this world.
All the same the lads will come good.

United for ever
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by dayokanu(m): 6:51pm On Nov 15, 2008
@ tkb,
Shut up!!!! bayern does not need him, Madrid does
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by ndumart: 8:09pm On Nov 15, 2008
Good to know Ronaldos goal were his 100th and 101st goals in a united shirt.
Thats a good return for a midfielder.
The guy will tear the record books to shreds in no time if he keeps his game up.
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Emperoh(m): 8:14pm On Nov 15, 2008
Peops what happened

I am off to the Gaynners thread grin grin grin grin
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Sauron1: 8:21pm On Nov 15, 2008
ndumart:

Good to know Ronaldos goal were his 100th and 101st goals in a united shirt.
Thats a good return for a midfielder.
The guy will tear the record books to shreds in no time if he keeps his game up.

He is the best player in the league.
8 goals, 5 assists in 7 starts.
As at last night, he has got the highest shots on target despite missing a full month in the premiership.
He has been the top shooter for the past 3 seasons.
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Cristalz(f): 8:29pm On Nov 15, 2008
Emperoh:

Peops what happened

I am off to the Gaynners thread grin grin grin grin

We spelled S-T-O-K-E. . . grin

Gaynners got steam-rolled. And Clichy was smiling to Barclays grin
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by ndumart: 8:47pm On Nov 15, 2008
Cristalz:

We spelled S-T-O-K-E. . . grin

Gaynners got steam-rolled. And Clichy was smiling to Barclays grin
Criz
didnt know you are a poet
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by chamotex(m): 9:02pm On Nov 15, 2008
DayoKanu's Bayern have just drawn again 2-2, after taking a 2 goal lead. cheesy cheesy

They're leaking goals like tap cheesy cheesy cheesy
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Cristalz(f): 9:08pm On Nov 15, 2008
ndumart:

Criz
didnt know you are a poet

LOL grin

@Chamo

For real? They lost a 2 goal lead? Aww. Poor poor DK grin
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by sillyboy(m): 9:08pm On Nov 15, 2008
Ronaldo spent the night with Torres, While fergie was with Benitez doing you know what! lipsrsealed
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by jgirl3: 9:10pm On Nov 15, 2008
I am super excited that we won by such a large goal difference.
5-0 is not an easy thing to accomplish.
However thanks to our beautiful rivals, they have given A. villa false confidence and if Man U draws with them next week, I will deal with Arsenal in my own way.
sillyboy:

Ronaldo spent the night with Torres, While fergie was with Benitez doing you know what! lipsrsealed
You better get lost now before I curse chelsea.
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by sillyboy(m): 9:12pm On Nov 15, 2008
Chelsea is planning to buy Ferguson to sell Scotish pizza at Stamford bridge. Benitez will be his assistance
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Cristalz(f): 9:36pm On Nov 15, 2008
Who are we playing next?
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by chamotex(m): 9:43pm On Nov 15, 2008
Cristalz:

Who are we playing next?

Villa cheesy grin
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Cristalz(f): 9:48pm On Nov 15, 2008
Are you serious? grin grin

And we are going to meet them. If we don't win gaynners won't spare us one bit grin
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by chamotex(m): 9:52pm On Nov 15, 2008
We always seem to do well against them sha, but im still confident grin grin grin

Our excuse would be "At least we lost away not at home" cheesy cheesy cheesy
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by ndumart: 10:40pm On Nov 15, 2008
chamotex:

We always seem to do well against them sha, but I'm still confident grin grin grin

Our excuse would be "At least we lost away not at home" cheesy cheesy cheesy
Av can't beat us, am so sure about that.

SAF marked 50 years of his career today and we won 5-0.
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by dayokanu(m): 11:43pm On Nov 15, 2008
Yes we lost a 2 goal lead. just like you guys did against Hull City.

We are 3rd on the table 3 points behind the leaders
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by chamotex(m): 1:24am On Nov 16, 2008
dayokanu:

Yes we lost a 2 goal lead. just like you guys did against Hull City.

We are 3rd on the table 3 points behind the leaders

yh but we one

and that was actually a one-off. Your team's been leaking goals like tap tho.
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by DrDre1(m): 4:29am On Nov 16, 2008
@ Criz & Debo
Abeg make una stop rough play with this prayer thing for Ronaldo o. At least the guy hasn't showed signs of being fickle though I concur he can do better. Criz, I disagree with that your option. Rev. King's measures are too extreme. We don't want to lose Ronaldo to a fire disaster now, do we? grin . King should be operating with a fire brigade on standby. So let Debo keep the number for his team grin .
@ Emp
Yes, Anderson needs Glucose tongue . I hope you sent one carton with Lucozade immediately after you finished that post grin Gulcose ko, Agunmu ni cheesy grin cheesy
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by DrDre1(m): 7:56am On Nov 16, 2008
Sorry, that post had been hanging since yesterday.
@ Sillyboy
Comeon don't be sillyboy tongue grin
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Emperoh(m): 10:48am On Nov 16, 2008
Dr. Dre
I hereby award you the contract for the revitalisation of Anderson. On acceptance of this contract, you shall supply subject with endless cartons of glucose and lucozade. Terms and conditions apply.
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Sauron1: 6:42pm On Nov 16, 2008
What happened to our old Man Utd zone??
790 pages gone?? shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Ogbeta: 7:18pm On Nov 16, 2008
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Feedback from participants this year has been outstanding. Examples include:

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By using a unique development model, MUSS participants are allowed to express

Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Ogbeta: 7:21pm On Nov 16, 2008
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Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by febirac(m): 7:55pm On Nov 16, 2008
man u fans u make a lot of noise
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Emperoh(m): 8:29pm On Nov 16, 2008
Oh my word!!!!!!!! angry angry angry angry
Who dey do this kind thing nah

Over 780 threads are gone and none to refer to for future arguments
I don' t think this is great. We need the past threads to at least turn to when arguments get heated
Moderators, Seun, Mukinatrixxx whats all these??
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Cristalz(f): 8:36pm On Nov 16, 2008
shocked shocked

He actually went through with the spring cleaning angry

No substance here anymore. . . cry

Oya DK, Sauron, 4play, Loyika, Kit cry et al come and re-build this place o. I go give all of una target today. . .2000 posts each in 12 days. Failure to comply, immediate banishing grin
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Cristalz(f): 8:45pm On Nov 16, 2008
febirac:

Manchester United fans u make a lot of noise

febirac (e-fabric)

Better find ya square root.  .  .

We are not in very good moods right now tongue
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by whatever90(f): 8:47pm On Nov 16, 2008
manchester ko,breastmilan ni undecided
Re: Manchester United Fan Thread: Forever Reds by Cristalz(f): 8:54pm On Nov 16, 2008
Okay, so the old threads are just locked,not deleted. Thot they were deleted.

Well. . .he compromised. . .not bad. Will still take some time getting used to seeing 1 page instead of 747 sad

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