MANCHESTER UNITED-- This season is coming to an end and for many, if not most of Manchester United's supporters will be glade is happening. However there is no doubt that there will be some tears, some sorrows and of course some farewells to a select group of players that have help bring more trophies to the greatest club in the world.
The last game of the season is pitted against a struggling Hull City, although the same could have been said about Sunderland. This matchup is hyped up with the notion that this could very well be Ryan Giggs last home match at Old Trafford as a player, and whether or not he has named himself as a starter is yet to be determined. The last match for Nemanja Vidic is confirmed, and he has said this will be an emotional time for him, and it will be for plenty of fans as he has been the anchor and captain for the squad for many successful years.
Rio Ferdinand has also been linked heavily with a transfer away from Manchester United after the season concludes. Although it is also speculated that he will not be favored to be in the starting lineup, instead the nod going to Nemanja Vidic and Phil Jones. Whether Raphael da Silva is due to return to the starting lineup still a gametime decision.
Another United teammate that is on the way out and is playing their last game at the “Theatre of Dreams” is the Frenchmen Patrice Evra. This may be one of the biggest blows to the current and future MUFC cquad as a true successor is yet to be named. Luke Shaw has been linked for more than one season now, but with the dramatic season this year has concluded and yet another manager due to be announced in a few days, Luke Shaw may never put on a Manchester United jersey.
So it looks like there is to be 3 players to be gone by this time next month, and with each player being a staple to the recent defensive efforts and all starting, it could prove to be another difficult year for the MUFC defence. This is a trying time for Manchester United supporters, but from a positive point of view, at least it’s finally time to truly see who bleeds for the club and who has just been riding the success train.