Danny Higginbotham,Former Players

EXCLUSIVE: Higginbotham “Fellaini Can Give United Focal Point”

24 Oct , 2014  

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Former Manchester United defender Danny Higginbotham feels that the club’s clash with Premier League leaders Chelsea this weekend bears some resemblance to the infamous ‘Pizzagate’ game between the Reds and Arsenal. That game was 10 years ago today and Higginbotham says he can see the comparison. “It’s such a big game with two of the […]

Columnists

Retro Red: 10 Years On – United 2-0 Arsenal

24 Oct , 2014  

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Imagine the scene, ten years ago this very day. Manchester United prepared to take on Arsenal; always a gigantic Premier League clash, this one was arguably the biggest of them all. Years of competing against one another had generated a vitriol which existed between the two clubs – comparable, in a sense, to the lingering […]

Columnists

Speak For Your Dinner: Tommy Docherty

24 Oct , 2014  

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Whilst you get ex players playing against Manchester United, ex managers is a much rarer situation. Matt Busby, as he was then, had careers with both Manchester City and Liverpool, but managers since would rarely have played against United, although, incredibly, two of them Tommy Docherty and Frank O’Farrell were both in Preston North End […]

Columnists

Retro Red: United v Chelsea 1986

23 Oct , 2014  

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“Nothing goes right for United!” Reds pay the penalty at home to Chelsea With little to choose from in terms of United v Chelsea classics, Retro Red focuses on a fixture between two teams on the brink of crisis at a sparsely populated Old Trafford on September 28th 1986. The problem when it comes to […]

Columnists

The Week That Was: Another Away Day, Another Draw

23 Oct , 2014  

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After waiting for two weeks to see United play again, and after two consecutive wins, the game at West Brom was yet another draw away from Old Trafford. We were looking forward to see who’d play, and hoping that the team gets their first away win of the season at the fourth time of asking. […]

Podcast

RetroUnited.com Podcast Episode 102

22 Oct , 2014  

PODCAST

The RetroUnited.com podcast sponsored by 3in1 Football returns. This week the panel is just United author Wayne Barton and RetroUnited.com columnist Darren Jennings as Gordon Hill was otherwise engaged. Wayne and Darren look back over Monday’s draw at West Brom and discuss the ongoing problems with defence as well as the growing concerns about the visibility […]

Columnists

Interview: Andy Walker, FC United Press Officer

22 Oct , 2014  

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One of the better known non league sides in the country is FC United of Manchester formed in 2005 by a group of Manchester United fans unhappy with the Glazer takeover and went on to set up their own fan owned club. Since then the club has come on in leaps and bounds and is […]

Columnists,Match Coverage

Review & Goals : West Brom 2-2 Man Utd

21 Oct , 2014  

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The away day blues continued for the Reds, as United left The Hawthorns with a solitary point, with a late Daley Blind strike sparing United their blushes. The game provided Adnan Januzaj an opportunity to show Louis van Gaal why he should be starting more games, and it also provided the team to finally claim […]

Columnists

Manchester United History 1878-1990 Now Live

21 Oct , 2014  

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A major part of our decision to undergo the recent rebrand to RetroUnited.com was to accommodate the growth in traffic we had enjoyed and also expand to incorporate new ideas we had come up with. The Collector’s Club with Iain McCartney is already live. Iain has written a couple of fantastic articles which can be […]

Columnists,Match Coverage

Preview and Streams : West Brom v Man Utd

20 Oct , 2014  

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Louis Van Gaal takes his Man Utd side to West Brom with 2 consecutive wins before the international break against West Ham and Everton where as West Brom too have an impressive form with two wins against Burnley and Spurs and a loss in their last game against Liverpool. Van Gaal counts himself lucky as […]