Manchester United: Where Ego's Dare.

Red Army ManchesterCorrespondent IJune 18, 2009

ROME - MAY 27:  Carlos Tevez of Manchester United and Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United look dejected after Barcelona won the UEFA Champions League Final match between Barcelona and Manchester United at the Stadio Olimpico on May 27, 2009 in Rome, Italy. Barcelona won 2-0.  (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Its been a whole year since i wrote here, mainly down to just lack of interest but this shit with Ronaldo leaving Manchester United to take his place (he feels to write his name in the annals of history)at Real Madrid, really has made me think.

Lots of United fans are really glad he has finally left, some because the constant speculations and rumours are finally over, which can damage a teams morale in my humble opinion.

I have to admit I am one of those, I just got so sick of his attitude, so it must end one way or the other, so to me this hopefully ends his reign with us all at Old Trafford and the possibility of him attaining legendary status because moving to Real Madrid, he wont get that, there he really is just another ego amongst an already cluttered changing room of players all fighting to be the best, so Cristiano will not stand out so much like he has here in the UK, will he get to play every game he wants? I don't think so and that's where he will follow his predecessor of the same name, down that same familiar route by becoming lazy,even more arrogant, thinking he still is untouchable, immortal even but legendary no Cristiano, you had that from us, its all downhill from here.

You helped us greatly, I grant you that but you should not have stabbed us that loved you and elevated you, to who you are today in the back, that is another big mistake, you have made, seems quite the norm for you right now uh?

Annals you might try to write but personally i think it will probably all just be anal.

Meanwhile back home at Old Trafford, you will still watch us doing what we do best, something Real Madrid are trying to achieve by throwing millions of pounds at trying to win a trophy, something it seems they like Liverpool, have forgotten how to do.

Watch this space, no one man is greater than Manchester United, the clue is in the name UNITED WE STAND, now that your ego has left the building, maybe just maybe, a few other stars can now shine at Old Trafford, lets face it we still have a few, so don't write us off just yet.

When you have a Wayne Rooney in your side, anything and everything is possible.