Category: Manchester United

Man United’s MUTV arrives on B/R Live for soccer fans in United States

Manchester United TV’s MUTV is now a part of the B/R Live streaming service. England’s most popular team joins club channels Arsenal TV, LFC TV and Spurs TV on Bleacher Report’s streaming platform. Plus, B/R Live already has the UEFA Champions League, Europa League, Scottish Premiership and other soccer competitions too. Founded in 1998, MUTV offers fans an abundance of access to the Red Devils organization. The 13-time Premier League champions allow supporters to view exclusive interviews with players, coaches and club legends in addition to live press conferences before and after matches. Broadcasts of the team’s preseason matches are ... Read more

NBCSN’s Manchester United Treble documentary is a masterpiece: Review

It’s only fitting that one of the main storytellers in the Manchester United documentary that will premiere on Sunday on NBCSN about the treble-winning season is the man who called the game that night, commentator Clive Tyldesley. His words and voice are so intertwined with that memorable day in 1999 when the Red Devils — against all odds — came from 0-1 down to win the UEFA Champions League 2-1 in injury time, thereby making history as the only English club ever to have won the treble of the Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup trophies in one season. The year ... Read more

NBCSN to debut Manchester United treble-anniversary documentary on April 28

NBCSN will debut a brand-new documentary to commemorate the 20-year anniversary of Manchester United’s incredible 1999 treble-winning season. Schedule to air on April 28 at 2:30PM ET on NBCSN, The Impossible Dream features interviews with Sir Alex Ferguson, Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer, Gary Lineker, Jim Rosenthal, David Beckham, Andrew Cole, Teddy Sheringham, Dwight Yorke, Ryan Giggs and many others. Co-produced by Manchester United, the two-hour documentary will air after the Manchester United match against Chelsea. The film will recall the 1998/99 season where United won the FA Cup, Premier League and UEFA Champions League. The film opens with images from the festive ... Read more

Manchester United vs Liverpool preview, team news and prediction

Manchester United vs Liverpool Premier League 2018/19 Sunday 24th February, 14:05pm GMT Old Trafford, Manchester Manchester United vs Liverpool Preview Manchester United will be looking to put a dent in Liverpool’s Premier League title dreams when the two rivals meet at Old Trafford on Super Sunday. The Merseyside club head into the weekend level on points with Manchester City but with this being their game in hand. The Citizens face Chelsea in the EFL Cup final shortly after the action at Old Trafford has concluded. Both teams are coming off matches earlier in the week – Manchester United were comfortable ... Read more

Steadying a sinking ship: How Solari and Solskjær saved two of Europe’s biggest clubs

Julen Lopetegui exited the Nou Camp in late October with both a sense of shock and a sinking realization that his dream of being Real Madrid’s manager was about to come to a screeching halt. Real Madrid had just been thrashed 5-1 at the hands of their oldest and fiercest rivals, FC Barcelona, which was their worst loss in the Clásico since a 5-0 setback in November 2010. This defeat came against a shorthanded Barcelona, without Lionel Messi. It didn’t matter. Lopetegui’s Real were torn to shreds in their fifth loss in their last seven in all competitions. Jose Mourinho ... Read more

Martial and Rashford resurgence better than new signings

Good times have returned to Manchester United. Interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has transformed Manchester United’s fortunes and restored the club’s DNA. Solskjaer has been showered with praise. Some have compared him to former manager Sir Alex Ferguson, and most have become sure that he should become the permanent manager. While any Manchester United stay for Solskjaer will improve their title chances next term, two leading men are perhaps more crucial than even the manager himself. Those are 23-year-old Anthony Martial and 21-year-old Marcus Rashford, who are both the key to Manchester United’s future. They’re two players capable of being ... Read more

Top 45 most-attended soccer games on US soil in 2018

Photo credit: Detroit Free Press-USA TODAY Sports While attendances for both the USMNT and the USWNT were down in 2018, the trio of the Mexico National Team, International Champions Cup and Atlanta United all had very successful years with huge attendances in the United States. Out of the top 45 most-attended soccer games in the United States in 2018, an incredible 46% of them were for home Atlanta United games at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Georgia. Mexico had a 146% greater average attendance for their games played on US soil than the US Men’s National Team did in their own ... Read more

Liverpool and Manchester United rivalry continues to ebb and flow

As the two most successful clubs in English football it is inevitable that Liverpool and Manchester United regularly find themselves at loggerheads with each other. The two cities have rarely been on the same page, both in sport and culturally, and it is a rivalry that shows no signs of abating any time soon. The emergence of Bill Shankly’s side back in the 1960s challenged the usual order of things and although United hit back with their European Cup triumph in 1968, it was Liverpool who went on to dominate. They won 12 league titles between 1973 and 1990, while ... Read more