on 12 July 2011
Another season passes and another trophy in the bag. United may have lost the best player in the world in Ronaldo and one of the best strikers in the country in Carlos Tevez to noisy neighbours city, but this was the season United proved they could still push for the title and still win trophies.
They ended the season with a Carling cup to their name and 2nd place in the league by a single point, despite losing two of the three best attacking players in their side. The one they didn't lose was Wayne Rooney and he hit the back of the net 34 times. This DVD shows every game and every goal in a fantastic season that saw United pick up the Carling cup, finished 2nd in the league and saw us hit the back of the net 112 times (over 100 for the 5th season running).
Premier league player of the year Wayne Rooney helped united to a 34th trophy under Sir Alex Ferguson, and Ryan Giggs showed that he still has it with 7 goals and 16 assists in all competitions. Nani added more consistency to his game with 7 goals and 15 assists, including a fine strike vs Chelsea, a beautiful chip vs Tottenham and an even better one against arsenal, aswel as the magnificent flick against Bayern Munich.
And who can forget the derby game where united grabbed a 96th minute winner thanks to new signing Michael Owen who then went on to score in the final of the Carling cup and a hat-rick vs wolfsburg in the champions league. Along with the thrashings of AC Milan and a brilliant away display against Arsenal, this goes down as yet another entertaining season in United's history and the first season Rooney showed what a leader he can be.
on 20 July 2010
Worth it's price alone just to see all of Rooney's goals. Overall an odd season where United didn't play that well for the first half of the season and lost too many games throughout the entire season, but despite not playing well, still came within a bad offside decision going against them at Old Trafford versus Chelsea; from winning an unprecedented fourth consequtive title.
The DVD isn't trophyless, as the League Cup was won, and keeps Fergie's record of roughly a trophy a season going throughout his amazing career. Overall some great moments to look back on such as the close battles with Man City and the thrashing home and away of European Giants AC Milan, just the job before Man Utd reclaim the League again this coming season with new addition Mexican star Hernandez looking like a young Michael Owen.