You cannot afford to be a Manchester United…


You cannot afford to be a Manchester United fan this coming season. This is a true and a stone-engraved fact. There is not much science or troubleshooting involved as to the reason why and there are not even a million reasons. In fact, the more reasons that may be attached may actually tell the story we are not telling.

Manchester United always had a generation of great players who made huge impacts in the team and the league. Throughout the era of those bountifully gifted characters who were both as well polished in the game as much as in martial arts and general annoyance, they never seduced us that much.

Eric Cantona is one of the greatest characters of the game in Europe and possibly, the world. The same can be said of the later generation larger than life Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal. Ronaldo was a natural successor to David Beckam who succeeded Cantona.

Now, Manchester United has signed the most under-rated player ever to live. In Ashley Young, they have bounts of dynamite that can bring down any natural or man-made structures. I have never loved a Manchester United player (maybe just player) so much since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Andrei Kanchelskis (and maybe David Ginola.)

You are genuinely and totally forgiven if you do not know what I am talking about, but for those who know their game, they will be following Man U for football reasons. The freedom to stay where you will be treated for heartache week in and work out has been given to you as you have health insurance obligations you meet monthly and hence, it may be worth your while. For a longer and healthier life, you will will have to watch Ashley Young tearing defences to shreds with his pace and dazzling dribbling skills.

United have made some singings that are insignificant and all the other teams will be in the market looking for candidates to play a supporting role to the main character, King Young.

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