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‘Glory Glory Man United’! These 7 Reasons Proves MU Is The Best Team!

Manchester United Football Club is a professional football club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, that competes in the Premier League, the top flight of English football. Nicknamed the “Red Devils”, the club was founded as Newton Heath LYR Football Club in 1878, changed its name to Manchester United in 1902, and moved to its current stadium, Old Trafford, in 1910. Manchester United has won more trophies than any other club in English football with a record 20 League titles, 12 FA Cups, five League Cups, and also a record 21 FA Community Shields.

Manchester United has also won three European Cups/UEFA Champions Leagues, one UEFA Europa League, one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, one UEFA Super Cup, one Intercontinental Cup, and also one FIFA Club World Cup. The club achieved such accolades by their performances on and off the pitch through the years. The club has been graced by a lot of legends. These are 7 reasons that prove Manchester United Football Club is the best team in the world.

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1) Squad Depth And Quality

Manchester United’s squad is one of the biggest in the Premier League and it’s filled up with quality players in every position. Micheal Owen and Dimitar Berbatov were regular starters in the previous club they played in. Sir Ferguson probably uses a ‘Lucky dip’ when he wants to pick the midfielders to start each match because the number of personnel in that playing position is really massive.

2) Respect From Other Teams

Many teams literally ‘park the bus’ when they visit Old Trafford and some even go as far as using negative defensive tactics in their home grounds when Manchester United comes visiting. This gives Sir Ferguson’s men a big edge because most games are won before they are played.

3) Big Name Signings

Sir Alex Ferguson is a manager that’s never afraid to put his money where his mouth is and has made jaw-dropping transfers since taking over at the club 25 years ago. Rio Ferdinand still holds the world record for the most expensive center back ever signed, Wayne Rooney cost a fortune to arrive at the club and the transfer net spend for Manchester United this summer, David de Gea, Phil Jones, and Ashley Young could be used by Arsene Wenger to purchase an entire first-team if he pleases.

4) A Fortress Called Old Trafford

In 19 Premier League home games last season, Manchester United was victorious in 18 and dropped only two points when West Brom came around. This meant that the club amassed 55 points from a possible 57, so their poor away form counted for nothing because they had a fortress called Old Trafford. However, Roberto Mancini and his rich goons from the ‘noisy and oil-rich’ half of Manchester went to Old Trafford cinemas to premiere an enthralling movie called ‘Six and the City’.

5) Sir Alex Ferguson’s Tactical Proficiency

Sir Alex Ferguson has been in Manchester United and the Premier League long enough to know the right tactic to use for every club he faces. He usually operates with the traditional 4-4-2, but the Scot knows the right personnel to use depending on the caliber of the game being played. He has used this tactical ingenuity to his strength and many managers have fallen by the roadside when facing Manchester United because of the unpredictability of Sir Alex Ferguson’s actions on the drawing board.

6) Character And Resilience

Last season, Manchester United didn’t win the Premier League because they were the best by a far mile; they won it because the other 19 sides were really poor because the club’s away record was quite dismal with a boatload of draws and a few defeats. However, Manchester United had the character and resilience to stand strong in games where the odds were firmly stacked against them. Manchester United was two goals down with 10 minutes to go at Villa Park, but goals from Federico Macheda and Nemanja Vidic leveled the tie. To be frank, that’s what champions are made of.

7) Edge From Premier League Referees

Season after season, there’ll surely be a game or two where Manchester United will be saved by a combination of Lady Luck and of course, poor officiating from the men with the whistle. In recent times, Howard Webb has been heralded as Manchester United’s 12th player because of the way he gives the club an edge anytime he officiates a game, but eyebrows were raised when he gave Arsenal a penalty in the 8-2 mauling that was missed by Robin van Persie.

Sources: Bleacher Report.

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