Seeing that Rio, Vidic and Evra thread makes me realize that we had some superb players(I know they were superb at the time, but their legacy grows every year considering the players that have 'replaced' them) that were United through and through, and led by the great man himself. From that period of 2006 to 2013, it was arguably the most successive period in the club's history and it seems like it's been decades since that considering the years that have followed. It's been 5 years without a proper challenge at the title now. I suppose I'm wondering if anyone like me wishes they appreciated those times even more. I knew the years following Fergie would likely be tough, but didn't think it'd be like this. I'm not old enough to have witnessed the barren years the club endured and I really got into United right after the World Cup in 2006 and our incredible success followed afterwards. It just makes you appreciate how great our team used to be and just showcases how extraordinary SAF really was. I don't think there's a comparable manager in any team sport in what he did. That next league title whenever it happens will be extra sweet as you take them for granted before. Curious if anyone else(young or old) feel the same.