Echoes Issue February 2010
- Published on Friday, 05 March 2010 07:05
This issue’s articles comprise the following:
Editorial: Editor Patrick Critien focuses on the current financial problems besetting United.
Our Club’s News: Accompanied by several photos, Club Secretary Chris Grech recalls what went on during the months November to February. Plenty did!
Action Replay: Darren Grech looks at the Radio Programmes he presented on Smash Radio for the Club, and the guests who helped out with their opinions and expertise.
Car Lottery Presentation: At last it’s been presented! Picture shows lucky winner Karm Galea receiving the keys to his Toyota IQ
Dreams do come true: Where there’s a will, there’s a way, says Club Member Charles Poulton, and his drive and tenacity ensures that the Malta Cancer Foundation gets a superb new van.
Mixed Mancunian Platter: Lots of interesting bits of United information, specially blended by Karm Galea.
Stretford End – Malta: The latest exploits of our gallant 5-a-side team, related by Darren Grech
Teddy’s Corner: our mysterious columnist tells us what he’s heard, seen and experienced recently. Always enticingly readable.
When the roof was raised: Julian Tabone recalls an almost forgotten episode of Diego Forlan setting Old Trafford alight in 2003
Random Red Thoughts: Its not yet changed its name to ‘green and gold thoughts’, but Editor Patrick Critien gives a good look at the recent Milan game and our prospects for the return encounter. And more besides.
Closing the Gap: Columnist Mark Strijbosch looks at our drive to close the gap on leaders Chelsea, and the good possibility of overhauling the Blues.
Season So Far… Diarist James Handyside’s lengthy and in-depth look at all, absolutely all, that’s happened to United from November onwards. For any detail, look no further….
Book review: Robert Young reviews Sir Bobby Charlton’s superb autobiography “My Manchester United Years”. Read the review, then read the book.
Old Trafford, Theatre of Dreams: Anthony Caruana writes about the continuing evolution of our grand stadium, now 100 years old. Extremely interesting.
Part 23 of ‘Know Your United”, in which Club Founder John Calleja looks at the year 1993, the year we finally won the League after a long 26 year wait.
Finally, the usual Results, line-ups, and players’ appearances since the last Issue.
If the Postman has missed your letter-box, or if your jealous neighbour has pinched your copy, don’t worry…come over to the Club and we’ll give you another. As usual, whoever you may be we hope you enjoy the read!