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Manchester United: Season Review 2013/2014 [DVD]
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For the first time in nearly three decades, Manchester United faced a new season with someone other than Sir Alex Ferguson in charge. With new manager David Moyes off to a winning start in the Community Shield against Wigan Athletic at Wembley, it was to be the opening chapter of a season full of drama, tension and, as ever, plenty of talking points.
Wayne Rooney committed his future to the club and celebrated with one of the most remarkable goals in United s long history, Juan Mata arrived to light up the Reds midfield and teenage sensation Adnan Januzaj broke through the ranks and ended the season as one of the most exciting young talents in Europe. As the campaign drew to a close, we also bade an emotional farewell to Nemanja Vidic.
And what about the incomparable Ryan Giggs? Still capable of producing at the highest level on the pitch witnessed in the comeback against Olympiacos he ended the season as interim manager following the departure of Moyes, aided by his fellow graduates from the Class of 92.
But throughout this challenging season one constant remained - the unstinting support of the United faithful. True Reds, one and all.
Every goal from every game of Manchester United Football Club's 2013/14 season, alongside exclusive interviews with the players.
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Worth the buy to complete a collection, for some good individual goals and a thankful reminder the ginger one has gone but can't see it standing up to repeat viewing!
This version features plenty of action from the home defeats to Swansea, West Brom, Newcastle and Sunderland as well as David Moyes emotional games against old club Everton. Each of the 4337 crosses against Fulham are featured along with that night in Olympiakos. All of top signing Marouanne Fellaini's season highlights are included here.
I was disappointed that there wasn't enough of David Moyes post match interviews included in the DVD. A Guess The Excuse special feature game would have been enjoyed by a lot of United fans, but that doesn't affect the 5 star rating.