1. Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini Still Unsure of Futures at Manchester United

    Manchester United ’s recent run of results has ensured that a little more of the gloom that had settled on Old Trafford during David Moyes’ tenure has lifted...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 5 months ago 22,163 reads 29 comments

  2. Jonny Evans' Much-Needed Return to the Manchester United Side Is Still on Hold

    Jonny Evans returned from injury to play an hour of a reserve match for Manchester United last week. Despite United's continuing injury woes, Louis van Gaal feels he is still not quite ready for a call-up against Hull City on Saturday...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 5 months ago 4,601 reads 6 comments

  3. Manchester United Must Focus on Attack as Strikers Face Old Clubs

    Saturday’s big fixture sees Manchester United make the trip to the Emirates Stadium to face Arsenal ...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 5 months ago 2,477 reads 5 comments

  4. Why Louis Van Gaal Will Get Time at Manchester United

    Manchester United ’s season is still stuttering. A single-goal victory over Crystal Palace delivered three points last weekend...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 5 months ago 5,139 reads 19 comments

  5. Manchester United Head to Derby Date with Renewed Optimism

    Manchester United and Manchester City supporters will still be entering this weekend with the usual feeling of trepidation that surrounds derby day...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 6 months ago 3,203 reads 3 comments

  6. Manchester United Youngster James Wilson Hopes 4-Goal Haul Impressed Van Gaal

    A lethal display of finishing by Manchester United youngster James Wilson ensured that the Reds' reserve team defeated Manchester City ’s Elite Development Squad on Thursday night in the Manchester Senior Cup final...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 9 months ago 14,162 reads 23 comments

  7. Louis Van Gaal Has Quick Decisions to Make at Manchester United

    Louis van Gaal will have been under no illusion as to the size of the task that lies ahead of him at Manchester United ...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 9 months ago 9,423 reads 14 comments

  8. Lionel Messi's World Cup Failure Won't Define Legacy of Greatest Player on Earth

    Victory for Argentina in the 2014 World Cup final might just have ended the long-running discussion about who the world's greatest footballer is...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 9 months ago 6,293 reads 50 comments

  9. World Cup 2018: Struggling Nations That Must Improve on 2014 Showing

    The 2018 World Cup set to take place in Russia may seem ages away, but the thoughts of some nations are already turning toward that tournament following a poor showing at Brazil 2014...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 9 months ago 1,795 reads 13 comments

  10. Louis Van Gaal Must Define Juan Mata's Role at Manchester United

    With only a third-place play-off match against Brazil left to play in the FIFA World Cup, Louis van Gaal’s thoughts will now be turning to his squad at Manchester United ...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 9 months ago 26,205 reads 62 comments

  11. Tour De France 2014: Crowds and Cobbles Test Riders Racing for Yellow Jersey

    From the enormous crowds that lined the tiny roads weaving through the Yorkshire countryside to the treacherous cobbled lanes of northern France, the 2014 Tour de France has provided ...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 10 months ago 946 reads 0 comments

  12. Brazil vs. Germany: Luiz Felipe Scolari Must Resign After Nightmare Match

    Brazil head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari refused to discuss whether he would resign following yesterday’s nightmare match against Germany in the semi-final of the 2014 FIFA World Cup...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 10 months ago 2,788 reads 2 comments

  13. Ranking the Top Five Manchester United Goals from 2013/14

    For Manchester United supporters, the 2013-2014 season was low on highlights and—at times—difficult to watch...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 10 months ago 2,688 reads 6 comments

  14. Manchester United Flop David Moyes Must Earn Second Champions League Shot

    Despite an ignominious end to his short time in charge of Manchester United , David Moyes believes that he is ready for another shot at the UEFA Champions League...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 11 months ago 16,167 reads 103 comments

  15. Malcolm Glazer's Death Puts Spotlight on Family Investment at Manchester United

    Although little in the day-to-day running of Manchester United ought to be affected by the death of Malcolm Glazer, there is no doubt that some uncertainty still exists. Glazer had started buying shares of the PLC back in 2003...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 11 months ago 7,788 reads 9 comments

  16. All Signs Point to Manchester United Exit for Javier Hernandez

    Javier Hernandez is currently focused on playing for Mexico in the FIFA World Cup next month, but his continued presence in the English Premier League for next season remains in doubt...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 11 months ago 25,454 reads 113 comments

  17. David De Gea the Only Choice for United's Player of the Year

    Last night saw Manchester United celebrate at their Player of the Year awards, but their woeful season in the Barclays Premier League threw up few heroes in red...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 12 months ago 3,447 reads 10 comments

  18. Do Contrasting Futures Lie Ahead for David Moyes' Manchester United Signings?

    Manchester United ’s two major signings during the short spell that David Moyes had at the helm face very different futures at Old Trafford...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 12 months ago 7,432 reads 8 comments

  19. Danny Welbeck: Why He Is an Important Part of Manchester United's Future

    Danny Welbeck suffered a double dose of frustration against Bayern Munich last Tuesday, but it won’t stop him from being an important part of Manchester United ’s future...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 1 year ago 2,916 reads 4 comments

  20. Manchester United: Upholding Their Tradition or Lost in Transition?

    Manchester United have long worked in different ways to other football clubs. Ignore the voracious appetite for commercial deals and the glamour of their swashbuckling sides throughout ...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 1 year ago 1,556 reads 5 comments

  21. Manchester United's Lack of Control Poses Endless Questions for David Moyes

    Old Trafford was united in relief last Wednesday night. Supporters, players and management all shared a moment of exuberance that they had been waiting a long time for...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 1 year ago 2,326 reads 0 comments

  22. Manchester United Must Put a Dent in Liverpool's Title Hopes This Weekend

    Manchester United face Liverpool this Sunday in what is traditionally one of the season’s most anticipated English Premier League fixtures...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 1 year ago 1,181 reads 0 comments

  23. Manchester United Must Show Ambition or Suffer More Unrest

    Stories of player unrest have permeated the air around Old Trafford this season. The most high-profile have surrounded Manchester United ’s star strikers and their club captain...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 1 year ago 2,862 reads 6 comments

  24. David Moyes: Does He Have a Plan for Manchester United?

    David Moyes spoke publicly prior to a match last year about how he and his side planned to “make it difficult” for his opponents. Had the Scot still have been in charge at Goodison Park, eyebrows would scarcely have been raised...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 1 year ago 10,887 reads 96 comments

  25. Manchester United's Poor Form Has Created Premier League Excitement

    The English Premier League likes to promote itself as the most exciting league in world. What it may lack in technical quality, it makes up for with testosterone-fueled abandon...

    Stuart Howard-Cofield Written by Stuart Howard-Cofield about 1 year ago 3,695 reads 3 comments