Author Archives: Søren Frank

About Søren Frank

Ever since he watched (on his parents new color tv) Manchester United's legendary 3:5 defeat to WBA at Old Trafford on a freezing day in late December, 1978 - only three days before his seventh birthday - the author has been lost in the world's most famous Theatre of Dreams. During his studies in Comparative Literature, among readings of his favorite authors such as Herman Melville, Joseph Conrad and Salman Rushdie, his passion for soccer, its aesthetic qualities of beauty and arete, never diminished. So, now an Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Southern Denmark, the author has published books on literature (Rushdie, Grass, Kundera, Kjærstad) as well as a book on Manchester United.

David Moyes Is The Right Man, But Only If…

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When the news broke that Sir Alex Ferguson was stepping down as manager of Manchester United and the name of his successor was revealed the following day, I was one of those who claimed that David Moyes was the logical … Continue reading