Daniel Nardiello knows better than most how hard it is for a youth team player to become established in the Manchester United first team. The Welsh striker spent several years competing with the likes of Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Diego Forlan and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer before flying the nest to carve out a successful career in the Football League.
Manchester United legend Gordon Hill believes the club are in for a tough opening day fixture today against West Ham. Keep Reading
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Manchester United legend Gordon Hill has blasted this summer’s transfer fees, likening them to ‘telephone numbers’, and agreeing with England manager Gareth Southgate’s assessment that the spending is unsustainable. Keep Reading
John O’Kane was part of a special group of players at a special time, but unlike some of the more famous members of the Class of 92, he was unable to cement a regular first team place at Manchester United before carving out a decent career in the Football League.
A former member of the Class of 92 has opened a soccer school to pass on the expertise he learnt playing under the likes of Eric Harrison and Sir Alex Ferguson.
Jules Maiorana was a United player between 1988 and 1994, during which time he made eight appearances in the club’s first team. A regular contributor to United in Focus, here Jules discusses United’s recent fortunes under Jose Mourinho and looks ahead to Sunday’s trip to White Hart Lane.
Jules Maiorana was a United player between 1988 to 1994, during which time he made eight appearances in the club’s first team. A regular contributor to United in Focus, here Jules discusses United’s recent fortunes under Jose Mourinho and looks ahead to the visit of Sunderland on Boxing Day.
Markus Neumayr was a United player between 2003 and 2006 during which time he captained the club’s reserve team. He now plays for FC Luzern in the Swiss Super League and here gives his view of United’s start to the season as well as an update on the progress of his own club.
Carlo Sartori’s career at Manchester United is significant in the fact that he was the first non-British player to play for the club. The Italian born Mancunian enjoyed several runs in the first team under the management of Sir Matt Busby and Wilf McGuinness before enjoying a successful decade playing in the country of his birth.