Ozil On The Road To Nowhere…

The song Girls Girls Girls by Motley Crue definitely goes with Ozil and Gill spasming out…

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Chaos!

Saturday the 31st is at hand. & I am indeed very angry with myself. My presumptuous conscience has led me to suffer a great deal! How can I let the intimate memories be so wayward to my sentiments the other night? I have oft act in such hurried folly and I shall not forgive myself for this one. My current state is quite a disagreeable one. I’m an emotional wreck – and an almost broke one. Which makes matters all the more worse. I just snubbed away all the prospects of going to BMUN since my pocket is not too heavy. And of what I have left, I need to make it last till January to say the least. With so much on whats left of my mind, I am really baffled by the slightest hint of life anyewhere I can find!

Presently I have led my mind in another direction, and by that I mean I’m watching Gooners and AC Milan wanking off each other for the Emirates Cup ,with the former having no flair for victory and the latter having so many aging players. Half the stadium is almost empty, and I believe I just heard someone blowing a vuvezela or perhaps it were Wenger – I know not! Soon I shall blog about the ongoings of the match. Or maybe I won’t since this doesn’t look a tad bit interesting! Even Beckham’s kid was dozing off…

Will blog again soon, perhaps with a clearer mind. Later!

Glory In The Name…

Now I can’t recall from where did I copy this excerpt from, but I assure you, it was somewhere from the internet. Thought I’d share it on a blog since its 4 in the morning and I forgot when United’s next match is…

“Manchester United mustn’t be referred as Man U at least by their fans. This term is only used by United rivals as a complete and utter insult to the club. Many United competitors would sing a song about the united air crash which claimed the lives of eight players. Man U Man U went on a plane Man U Man U never came back again. If youre a Man United fan and that doesnt get your blood boiling, Im sure nothing will. Manchester United are nicknamed UNITED, MAN UNITED, MAN UTD and RED DEVILS. There are no official songs with a Man U word nor will one lay his hands on an official merchandise using that term. Manchester City isnt christened Man C or an Aston Villa as Ast V. Like the song goes Theres Only One United so people will know where your loyalty is. The term Utd is the proper abbreviation for the word United and nothing else. Why cant some accept this and get over themselves.  The Scousers (Liverpool fans) often tease United about the air crash incident again by chanting Man U Never Intended Coming Home. as you can work out what the first letters stand for.It wasnt just chants as it was also popular to write this as graffiti. When did this chant originate? Possibly in the 1960s. There was huge competition between clubs to sign Duncan Edwards when he was a schoolboy in the early 50s and there was even a newspaper campaign in the Midlands to pressure him into signing for a Midlands club, as he came from Dudley. His signing for United caused a lot of people in the Midlands to regard him as a traitor and was hate figure for them. It was West Brom fans who first began this mantra. Duncan Edwards is manure, rotting in his grave,Man you are manure-rotting in your grave. The origin of Man U is a song to insult the dead Duncan Edwards. The Liverpool and Leeds fans copied this with their own versions. It is strange to hear from United fans referring them as Man U. There was literally a bloodbath up on the old Scoreboard End at Old Trafford in 1964-65 season when the West Bromwich Albion fans sang. A big battle took place with the home fans outnumbering the visiting ones and hammering them to the utmost. Most clubs did try to ban the chant. After United won the European Cup , it sprang up again but this time there was also Whos that lying in the aircraft. The West Brom fans taunted using a United song Whos that team we call United. But by the end of the decade it became universal and the term Man U became the word used by almost all rival fans to affront United. Everyone knew what it meant. It was laughter at the death of Duncan and the Babes.Fans of Spurs and oddly enough Chelsea never sang air crash songs either. A place where the word Man U could spell doom was Millwall, even if you were a United fan .United played them when they were in the second division and the policemen were asked to work despite having a leave. The League officials had even tried to stop allocating United fans a ticket to Millwall.The kick off was put forward to 11 am to try and stop all United fans from going down there. It was billed as the fight of the century. Not one single punch was thrown inside the ground. There was even a picture in the Sunday Mirror of two United fans with Harry the Dog What did happen was after the match a combined force of 20,000 plus United and Millwall fans descended on the Kings Road and smashed the place up, including the football ground. But a lot of the violence that happened with United fans around that time was usually sparked by the words Man U. When Teddy Sheringham signed for United, incidentally he referred the club as Man U and received a dressing down from Sir Alex Ferguson. So, I hope United fans stop saying Man U and as far as rival fans are concerned..”