The next few weeks will give an insight into Sir Alex Ferguson's ratings for his First Team Squad.
As I've said before, there could be an unusual number of comings and goings. This year some have come good and others have faded. These are our complete ratings for every player. Please give your own opinions.
They only include players who have appeared for the first team, In addition, there are some bright young talents coming through, most notably the players who have just won the Barclays Premier League Reserves trophy.
They are presented in reverse order and include all the Cup appearances, the Premier League and a couple of players who have moved on since.
I put this article together after suffering the gut-wrenching disappointment of City's two goals in three minutes.
The most interesting conclusion was that there is no standout player for the whole of the season, which simply serves to reinforce the point that this has been an astonishing collective achievement. While Patrice Evra has once again played virtually every match, the unparalleled catalogue of injuries means that thirty five players have been used.
With 89 points, United have blasted past their winning total for last year, winning more than double the number of away matches. They have also blown their traditional rivals out of the water. Liverpool and Chelsea are in disarray.
Unfortunately, the 'new kids on the block' had the firepower, a collection of world class players and hardly any injuries all season.
If United had won, it would have been one of Sir Alex's greatest achievements. It still ranks close.
Who do you think we'll be ranking in the top ten next year; and who won't even be here?