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This football club is unbelieveable, its talent, experience, facilities, support, its got everything. There are very few I know, or I'm sure you know that haven't heard of Manchester United? Their Players? Manager? Stadium? Many people would say that they are like marmite though, you either love them or hate them? It's always best to start at the top, so to do so, we will talk about their manager of 22 years this year, Sir Alex Ferguson. He has done wonders for the club, and has led them to 11 Premier League Titles, 9 Charity/Community Shields, 5 FA Cups, 2 European Cups, 1 European Winners Cup, 1 European Super Cup, 1 Intercontinental Cup and finally 1 Fifa World Club Cup, which clearly proves why he is one of the best managers of all time, and has been knighted as Sir Alex. Manchester United have the priviledge of been able to afford all the things they have like having the Stadium Old Trafford as their home ground, which has an astonishing capacity of 75,957, making it the second biggest staidum in England, third biggest in the UK and the eleventh biggest in Europe, and nearly every game this is filled with support from all around the world coming to see the high quality performances that the team put in week in week out. They have many big names in the Football world playing for them, such as Wayne Rooney whos weekly wage is £90,000 a week from Manchester United and £2m from Pepsi. They also have Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic, Dimitar Berbatov and many more world class players. They are known as one of the teams in the Premier Leaugue which are part of the big 'Top Four' and manage to live up to their reputation just about every year, and althought all the other teams are getting stronger and signing more and more big name players, whereas Manchester United haven't as such in recent years. Although they aren't spending as much as the rest, they are competing and bettering them at the present moment, been unbeaten half way through the Premier League season. Personally I would say that they have two players in Michael Carrick and Darren Fletcher who are highly under rate and perform week in week out, with extremely good passing ability. Whether it just be 5 yards, or 55 yards they pass it, 999/1000 they will pass it with care and precision straight to the receivers feet, or where they want it and this is my eyes is key to the teams success. One may question sometimes that the players attitude is out of order considering the money they are getting paid, but to me this is only one or two. Overall in my eyes they are one of the most successful teams of all time and will continue to be so for years to come.
Take part in this special tour of Old Trafford hosted by one of the stars from the past - ... more
Alex Stepney, Wilf McGuinness, Stuart Pearson, Sammy Macllroy or Norman Whiteside. Start with an introduction to your legend followed by a tour of the stadium, from the dug- out to the changing room you'll hear stories from Manchester United's humble beginnings in 1878, through to becoming the world's most famous and iconic football club in modern times. Afterwards, spend some time in the award-winning museum before sitting down for a three-course lunch with the star guide. The day finishes with a question and answer session followed by autographs and photos. Truly a memorable day for any football fan.
Manchester United F.C. 3D Stadium Bring the home of The Red Devils to you with this ... more
stunning replica stadium, complete with train line, stands and seat detailing. Consisting of 186 pieces that easily fit together, you can build your very own Old Trafford stadium without glue or scissors and have hours of fun. So whether you're seven or 70, channel skill, patience and creativity to construct this detailed 3D model that you can keep for years or collapse and rebuild over again. Built dimensions: H9 x W39.5 x D29cm Built in 3-5 hours Materials: Polystyrene 186 pieces Ages 7+