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TOO MANY VISITS TO LIST
Manchester United, the club I fell in love with a long time before I even knew Lincoln had a football team. I loved United from early childhood so anyone who calls me a glory supporter is obviously ignoring the fact I started supporting
them in ’88, when they hadn’t won anything for years. Whilst I'm on the subject, doesn't it annoy anyone else
that Liverpool fans called United fans glory supporters despite the fact they started supporting Liverpool right in the middle
of them winning everything?
I love visiting Old Trafford and have seen the development each stand as the years have gone by, from standing on the Stretford End terrace, to the top
tier of the North Stand and even just behind the dug outs. There are no words to truly describe how much I love Old Trafford
and I have seen many great games there ranging from a 9-0 thumping of Ipswich, a 4-3 win over Madrid and many victories over
Manchester City, to the occasional defeat, the last one (before last season's Chelsea game) I saw there was to Arsenal in 2002
(the game they won the title)
The view from all stands is magnificent and the atmosphere at a fully old Old Trafford is just amazing and I to see
some of the legends of Old Trafford playing means so much to me. The only thing about Old Trafford I don't like is the upper
tier of the North Stand, although it offers a great view, I certainly recommend it if you're scared of heights like I am.
The only thing I despise when going to Old Trafford is finding a parking space. The best place to go is the Trafford
Hall Hotel, roughly a 10 minute walk from the stadium and probably the cheapest parking around the place.
The amtosphere at Old Trafford is mixed really, every once in while there will be a great atmosphere but there's other
days where it's just dead, fortunately I don't experience much of the later
Overall, if I had to pick my favourite game at Old Trafford, it would have to be the 9-0 win over Ipswich, just a great day to be a United
fan and to this day, still the record Premiership win.
Anyone who doesn’t want to visit Old Trafford is a fool as it is one of the best venues in the country and you
never get a dull moment there.