Sunday, August 19, 2007

To all Manchester United FC fans out there, please dont be sad.. Man U surely will make a good return although they draw in their first two match and loses tonite's match to Man City(Shit.. Thailand's Taksim surely are laughing now..sob..sob..).. Talking about this Taksim, oh man.. this man know nth about football.. He once banned Kiatisuk(Zico), a veteran from Thailand just because Zico replied him about his bad comment for their team. This Taksim, come out of no where after Thailand loses to Korea in what match I also dunno, said that their team lost because the players doesn't have enough spirit to win in the match. Which later Zico came out to the reporter and told Taksim, " We played our best to win, and most of us even cried in the locker room after we lost the match, yet you said we dont have enough spirit to win? What you know about football?? " .. then, boom... banned from the national team until Taksim was kicked out from Thailand.. haha..

OK..ok .. Enough about the craps.. Altho Man U were sucks now, dont worry.. Let us continue to support our favourite team.. Yeah.. Cos in the end, we will be singing this song again and again... wauhahaha.. A song for the Champion.. for you..



Thaksin la wei .. and ya, still early season .. it's just 3 games into the season .. will they bounce back? They will but dunno how fast. 5 points adrift of chelsea and 7 adrift of Man City. but one goal in 3 games is a bit ... crisis?


aiks.. salah ejar pulak.. wuahaha.. as for Man u, yalor.. shit le.. but im not their super fan also.. wauahhaha.. just supporting nia.. i support my very old team newcastle also.. this season not bad.. got alan smith and michael owen.. am i correct?? hahaha


got .. they very gud oso. got gud manager .. Sam Allerdyce .. sure can turnthings around la.


Man U is not a term United fans refer to themselves as. The term is only used by other supporters as a complete and utter insult to our club. The "u" is meant to be "you" by the rival fans.

An early example of its usage is this chant by West Brom fans: "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.

Liverpool and Leeds fans copied this with their own man you /u versions to insult all of the lads who died at munich.

"Man U Man U went on a plane Man U Man U never came back again"


"Man U Never Intended Coming Home" (if you combine the first letter of each word you get the word "munich").

I hope this makes it clearer that saying man u is an insult, particularly to the older supporters and to see United fans using it now is shameful. I hope a few might read this, understand and spread the word.

So... Please REFRAIN from using this term ever again!!!!!!!!


well.. thanks for giving such a good infomation.. If possible, i would avoid from using that, but so far, everyone in malaysia is using that.. guess, its just a words, thats how we call our favourite team, doesnt need to care what's other team insultation on MAN United.. cos.. i dont give a hell ya what other ppl is thinking, i only know United is the best... Anyway.. thanks.. hehe..


My fellow United Fan, my respect to you. But you might not know the real story. Calling United as 'Man U' is the ultimate insult. Please read this article.

"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 Munich air disaster which claimed the lives of eight players.
Man U Man U went on a plane Man U Man U never came back again...
If you’re a Man United fan and that doesn’t get your blood boiling, I’m 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 isn’t christened Man C or an Aston Villa as Ast V. Like the song goes ‘There’s 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 can’t some accept this and get over themselves....
The Scousers (Liverpool fans) often tease United about the Munich incident again by chanting ‘Man U Never Intended Coming Home.’ It wasn’t just chants as it was also popular to write this as graffiti.
When did this chant originate? Possibly in the 1960’s.
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.Get the picture?
Most clubs did try to ban the chant. After United won the European Cup , it sprang up again but this time there was also ‘Who's that lying in the aircraft.’ The West Brom fans taunted using a United song ‘Who's 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 Munich 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 expect the so-called Unite fans stop chanting ‘Man U’ and as far as rival fans are concerned….."

Please don't take this as me trying to shoot down your enthusiasm, I have full respect on you and other United fans all around the world.

As for other teams, f they know that calling 'Man U' is an insult but still calling it, you can insult them back. For example, for Liverpools, remind them about 1989 Hillsborough disaster. If they are Liverpool's die hard, they will know it, and take it as an insult. It's a battle of wits.


Yo... Thanks man.. HEHE.. this post was so long ago and you still came back to remind me.. U are truly a United fans.. Let them rocks..


To make you know more about how intense the rivalries are, you might want to read this too.

Liverpool Fans Attack Phil Neville
“Gary Neville is a red, he hates scousers” goes the popular chant at Old Trafford. Whilst Neville is a legend at Old Trafford, he’s a hate figure at Anfield, something which no doubt makes the United skipper very proud.

His brother, Phil, who could have had a long term career at United had Roy Keane left the club in the summer, rather than leaving a few months in the 2005-2006 season, is subjected to a watered down version of the abuse from Liverpool fans.

The phrase goes, “my enemy’s enemy is my friend” and that is certainly the case for Philip Neville. As a lifelong United fan seeking a footballing career elsewhere, Phil opted to join our most hated rivals’ hated rivals, Everton FC. Upon doing so, he signed himself up for a future of abusive treatment from the dippers.

In the Merseyside derby at the weekend, Everton fans were heard singing insulting songs in the direction of Liverpool captain, Steven Gerrard. Whilst the most offensive songs we had on offer last weekend were relating to his transfer requests and aspirations to join Chelsea, Everton fans had far harsher chants on offer.

It is well documented away from the mainstream press that Steven Gerrard’s bird, Alex Curran, has been playing away throughout their relationship. Rumour has it their child is fathered by a local drug dealer, who goes by the name of “Pancake”. Everton fans decided to exploit this.

“The baby’s not yours” and “What’s that coming over your wife, is it a gangsta, is it a gangsta?” was bellowed from the Everton fans in the direction of Gerrard.

Rafael Benitez had plenty to say about the Everton fan chants (it’s funny how he’s been quiet about the Munich chants his fans sing every time our clubs meet). “I am sure some players will be really pleased about that win and I am really pleased for them. I don’t like to hear some of those things and it is a lack of respect,” he said.

Everton have responded furiously to these claims by Benitez, suggesting the the Spaniard is in no place to criticise fans. “In calling for Everton supporters to respect his players, Mr Benitez should perhaps remember his comments of 12 months ago,” a spokesman said. “Then he sought to belittle one of world sport’s oldest and most respected institutions by describing us as a ’small club’. Respect is a two-way street. While we would never condone the singling out of individual players for vitriolic insults, it is a shame Mr Benitez chose to ignore the actions of his own club’s supporters. Not only was Joleon Lescott subjected to an afternoon-long barrage of quite disgusting and quite audible abuse, Phil Neville was seemingly spat at several times and was also punched in the back by a supporter as he took a throw in. We have asked the police and our safety officer to look into the matter.”

Before condemning the fans of Everton FC, maybe Rafa would like to take a long hard look at the fans of his own football team.

These are the fans who during the FA Cup 5th Round threw shit at our fans in 2006. These are the fans who ambushed Alan Smith’s ambulance as he left Anfield with a broken leg, again, in 2006. These are the fans who desecrated Old Trafford with graffiti concerning Munich and Harold Shipman when playing their FA Cup semi final against Chelsea.

Liverpool fans have behaved atrociously in Benitez’s reign, with their most recent stint of bad behaviour coming at the European Cup final last season, when their fans were stealing tickets from women and children alike. They were named the worst in Europe last season, yet Benitez still feels he’s in a position to criticise the fans of other clubs. Not to defend the fans who sing “Die die, Rooney Rooney, die” (to the tune of “She’ll be coming round the mountain”), but to question the legitimacy of where these comments came from.

“Phillip Neville’s still a red, he hates scousers” we sing in The Trafford on matchdays. Him scoring that own goal for United in that emphatic 4-2 win at Goodison Park last season saw that song sung all the more loudly.

Phil Neville lost his game against the dippers, but his brother saw his team win it convincingly the week before, and that is all I’m concerned with.

All teams have a minority of fans who behave in an unacceptable manner and I’m not saying United are any different in that respect. However, the worst of Liverpool fans behave in a way that is incomparable to the other fans of this country. I report this story on this site, cite the occasions when Liverpool fans should been vilified but managed to more or less creep under the radar, with the total anticipation no other source will join the dots. The point isn’t really about which fans are worse than any other though, but my sheer disbelief that Benitez would have the nerve to criticise anyone else’s fans, particularly on a day when his own fans were so vile. So do take on Rafa’s words without feeling much heartache for Stevie Me, as his fans have sung far more cruel songs than ones about illegitimate children.

The question is, will Liverpool fans face any comeuppance for their actions towards P Nev?


LOL, thanks for reading it.

Peace man. Cheers!


Good for people to know.