Roy Keane’s parents moved to Rathpeacon, the jewel of Cork lying between Whitechurch (ugh) and Blackpool (ugh), in the 1990s. … Continue reading Rathpeacon’s adopted star!
What happened last night was sick. The reaction on Twitter was even sicker. Ed Woodward’s Cheshire home was targeted by … Continue reading Too Far
The only thing you absolutely need to know from last night’s game is that Manchester United manages zero shots on … Continue reading United not on Target
It pains me to begin my new coverage of Manchester United with a demoralizing loss to Arsenal. A team on … Continue reading New Year, Same Red Devils
Paul Labile Pogba looks set to leave Manchester United for the second time. His second spell at the club was … Continue reading Hashtag Pogbout
It’s been a long time since I’ve written anything about Manchester United. Laziness, lack of confidence and lack of material … Continue reading Another Exciting Summer in Manchester
Domestic football is back after two weeks of the Nation’s League/United Nation’s/Legion of Doom group games. This new format will … Continue reading Watfords’s Title Hopes Suffer Setback
It has been an awkward beginning to the season for Manchester United. A winning, if slightly shaky, start against Leicester … Continue reading An Uncertain Start
Rejoice, one and all! The Premier League returns today with the evening game between Manchester United and Leicester City. This … Continue reading It’s Back!
Enjoy another peek inside my muddled, United obsessed brain. Continue reading Sit down. It’s time we had the (transfer) talk.