We have been given a copy of the Manchester United Season Review 2012/13 DVD which is out in the shops today. To be in with a chance of winning the DVD email JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING with the subject title "DVD Comp" and tell us which player scored the first ever Manchester United goal under the reign of Alex Ferguson. We will pick a winner on Friday 14th June at 12pm.
Manchester United Season Review 2012/13
A moment of history.
An incredible achievement orchestrated by the most successful manager in English football. Sir Alex Ferguson drove United on to their record breaking 20th League title, and his 13th and ultimately final Premier League crown.
After almost 27 years in charge, Sir Alex shocked the world of football with his decision to retire. Fittingly he leaves United at the top. Champions yet again and this triumph was as thrilling and comprehensive as any before it.
Inspired by the goal scoring genius of Robin van Persie, the might and majesty of Michael Carrick, the defensive dominance of Rio Ferdinand and the emergence of David De Gea as the best young keeper in the country, the Reds roared back in style after missing out so cruelly on the final day last season.
A United squad of youthful brilliance and experienced excellence beat all their major rivals with dramatic late victories at both Manchester City and Chelsea among the most exhilarating moments of an unforgettable campaign.
Featuring every goal from every game, exclusive interviews and all the emotion of Sir Alex’s final match at the Theatre of Dreams.
Fergie Time may be over but the story continues…..
Running Time: 126 minutes approx.
Extended Title Celebrations
Robin van Persie’s Golden Goals
Match by Match Access
Running Time: 33 minutes approx.
Over the last few years we have received several complaints from Manchester United fans who have stated that they and their kids have been denied entry to Old Trafford due to having a flag on a stick. SEF have forwarded these complaints onto MUFC and have lobbied the club to allow them in. Last May we raised the issue with the fans forum and MUFC agreed to look into the matter. Throughout this season we have continued to lobby MUFC and we are pleased to announce that the club will allow some of these flags in, as long as they comply with the below specification.
MUFC will allow access to these flags if the pole one them is made from a hollow plastic, as shown in the above picture. The flag in the above picture was purchased from a seller outside Old Trafford and we will be passing this feedback onto the stall holders and flag manufacturers to encourage them to make these flags with plastic poles. Any flag bought that has a woodern pole, will be denied access. The MUFC gate staff and stewards have been made aware that the plastic poles are allowed.
We hope to see United supporters, especially the younger fans, with these inside the ground for the last 2 home games of the season as we celebrate Title number 20 and continue to see them next season.
Info on what other fans flags are allowed into Old Trafford can be found on our news section by clicking HERE
The new banner to replace the "19 times" ticker has gone up in the North/East quadrant in time for Sunday's game against Chelsea. The banner is 17.5 metres long and has cost us £400. This banner will be funded by fans donations and info on how you can donate towards it can be found HERE with the preferred payment method via paypal.
As per the article below, we are seeking your design ideas for a new banner to be made for the start of the 2013/14 season.
Everyone at Stretford End Flags (SEF) would like to congratulate Sir Alex Ferguson and the Manchester United team on becoming the Premier League Champions and achieving a record breaking 20th league title.
We are looking for banner designs to mark this achievement and seek ideas that not only reflect this 20th title, but reflect the tradition and history of Manchester United.
We will be looking to place this banner in the North/East quadrant area of Old Trafford for the start of the 2013/14 season. All design ideas will be considered and all Manchester United supporters are welcome to submit a design. During the summer, we will compile a short list of designs and a fans vote will be held to determine which banner will get made. The current spacing within the quadrant will allow for either a full length 43 metre banner to be produced, or a smaller banner that will sit alongside the existing banners.
Design ideas can be submitted via an email to JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING Via our twitter @sef_mufc or via our facebook page STRETFORD END FLAGS FACEBOOK Ideally we would seek a full mock up design idea. The chosen banner will be produced and will be funded by fans donations.
Manchester United have written to all season ticket holders, outlinging proposals suggested by The Fans Forum with regards to changing the structure and allocation of Manchester United away tickets. Manchester United are now seeking feedback from United season ticket holders over these proposals. Below is a copy of what has been sent and an outline of each proposal. Click the title link above for the full information.
5 minutes before the team comes out tomorrow, The PA system will be turned off inside Old Trafford. United supporters are being encouraged to get into their seats early and to build the atmosphere.
Dont let this PA silence be a platform for City fans to be heard, we want Old Trafford rocking with United chants. Spread the word on forums, facebook and Twitter, lets make this a Title Home coming party as our support can help to bring our trophy home.
Pre game, the atmosphere will be built up in Red Square with events promoted by
The Stretford End and East Lower will see 2 our Surfer flags unveiled.
You are encouraged to bring along YOUR flags and scarfs and lets make this a classic Old Trafford atmosphere.