PETER DRURY: Glory Days Are Old, Trophies Are Old, Best Players Are Old, The Coach Is Old… It’s Old Trafford

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Manchester United must be writhing in pain after Monday night’s loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers FC at Old Trafford, however, it is the commentaries from veteran commentator Peter Drury that seems to have added salt to their injuries.


The home side went 1-0 down to the visitors on the eighty-second minute after a moment of magic from Portuguese forward Joao Moutinho.

The results not only ended Ralf Rangnick’s unbeaten run as the Red Devil’s coach but ensured the Manchester club remains out of the top four even if they were to win their remaining match in hand.

Following United’s loss, fans took to social media to share some of Drury’s thrilling comments that highlighted the match.

Below are some of the statements he said;

Manchester United is the most consistent team, one win in August, one win in September, one win in October, one win in November, one win in December. It’s just like a menstrual cycle!! if they don’t win in January know that they are pregnant

Peter Drury: Glory days are old, trophies are old, best players are old, the coach is old….. It’s Old Trafford

Jim, I think Italy football federation sent Ronaldo and Lukaku to English football with an agenda. Ronaldo causing problems on the pitch and Lukaku doing it off the pitch

If Rangnick really taught Klopp and Tuchel how to coach then clearly both weren’t looking on the board

After watching Trent yesterday, you can clearly see Wan Bissaka is still in 2021 cause he can’t cross

I’m not gonna lie, Manchester United’s gengen pressing is very depressing

You look at Kante and ask yourself is this the same football that disturbs Fred?

Born September 24 1967, Drury has grown to become one of the best football commentators in the world.

He previously worked with ITV Sports as their second football commentator, holding the role from 1998 to 2012.

He currently appears for Premier League Productions, Amazon Prime Video for its English Premier League and FA Cup coverage as well as BT Sport UK and  CBS Sports (USA) during their UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League coverage.


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