Keano! said:That moment Scholsey unleashed his shot from outside the box, and nestled in the goal, I sudden jerk occurred in my mind or body,
There was nothing nestley about Scholes' shot. It BURST the back of the
net in true Roy of the Rovers style. It was a glorious effort.
and possibly the highlight of the season so far. Being at OT for the following
game against West Ham just capped off a truly memorable week.
Worst moment of the season is so easy to pick. It was the 50th Anniversary
of the Munich crash. We had the emotional build up all week, reading the
heroic and brave stories, looking at the tear jerking Harry Gregg documentaries,
saying a prayer for the Babes that lost their lives and even learning about the
great teams that Busby built and the character he showed to fight back to
As a proud United fan I was shattered that week from the emotions of the
occasion. The game against City will never be forgotten for the observance of
the minutes silence, the old school jerseys the players wore, without sponsor.
It was without question one of the games I have most wanted the lads to win.
This was it. We had to live up to the memory of great teams past and put on a
show. It wasnt to be. Maybe the players were as emotionally 'gone' as us
Either way, it was one of the most disappointing times as a United fan EVER,
let alone this season. It took a while to get over that blow, but I reckon a win
against Wigan and a win against Chelsea will more than certainly make up for it.