And not playing the likes of Cleverley and Anderson in midfield!We're only 10 points off City now with a decent rather than great team. Fergie alone would make up that gap before even discuss better players.
I think the only adjustment would be a bigger, better squad. To allow us to rotate and keep the standard up.
Yeah well same thing really. I wonder sometimes if he found it a bit easy and wanted a challenge. Let's win the league with Cleverley and O'Shea. Make it interesting.And not playing the likes of Cleverley and Anderson in midfield!
Funnily, you're allowed to download the whole thing because the free user download quota is larger than the size of the film. Streaming, though? You only get to watch ~35 minutes.What is this Mega thingy? I started watching it in the browser, but it suddenly stopped after 30 mins or so and told me I have to register and pay to watch the rest.
Re CL campaign and you have to also factor in the route to the final - we got ridiculously hard draws: Barca AND Bayern in our group, followed by Inter, Juve and then Bayern again. You also had the added spice of Beckham reuniting with Simeone after the WC in the Inter game, Scholes/Keane suspensions and, obviously, the last minute winner.Let's be honest, 98/99 was the greatest season by any English football club ever.
To win THE treble in the way that we did was phenomenal:
> 33 game unbeaten run across all competitions
> Schmeichel making his only ever penalty save for Utd, with what would've been the last kick of the game in the FA Cup semi-final replay - he kept the treble dream alive
> Giggs then going on to score his greatest ever goal for Utd, against some of the best defenders the English game has ever seen
> never lost a single match in that season's Champions League campaign
> the two goals in added on time in the Champions League Final to achieve THE treble.
I will be eternally grateful to Sir Alex Ferguson for that special season - the likes of which I don't believe will ever be achieved by an English club ever again.
That season was fantastic.
The documentary is fantastic.
Give it a watch.
According to some on here not that long ago, Inter and Juve were crap and Bayern had a harder run by beating one of the best teams in the world in Dynamo Kiev on the way to the final.Re CL campaign and you have to also factor in the route to the final - we got ridiculously hard draws: Barca AND Bayern in our group, followed by Inter, Juve and then Bayern again. You also had the added spice of Beckham reuniting with Simeone after the WC in the Inter game, Scholes/Keane suspensions and, obviously, the last minute winner.
Having watched it and read his books, you couldn’t be more wrong.watched this this afternoon and must say it was garbage.
nothing new to be seen or know, read it all before in SAFS books.
here's hoping The United Way out on 10th May is much more palatable watching, king erics been involved in this so could be great fingers crossed.
Lads, it’s a team barely scraping top 10 in a miserable La Liga. We could play our round 3 in the League cup-team and still beat them easily. Villarreal are crap, gone are the days of Riquelme and Forlan.Watched it. Nothing new in terms of info but it's some powerful, emotional stuff.
Get it on for the players before the final.