Welcome to MUDSA
This is the official website of Manchester United Disabled Supporters' Association. MUDSA was formed in 1989 to utilise the skills and expertise of disabled supporters in assisting Manchester United Football Club to enhance the facilities and experience of supporting United for disabled people. Since then we have worked tirelessly with Manchester United to develop a range of facilities for people with all manner of disabilities - facilities which are considered to be amongst the best facilities currently offered to disabled supporters at any stadium anywhere in the world.
"HEIR TO THE SHIRT!"
Marouane Fellaini, Marouane Fellaini-Bakkioui to be precise, became a Manchester United player at literally the 11th hour as the transfer window deadline ticked over! Obviously MUDSA, on behalf of its members, would like to welcome Marouane to Old Trafford even though he didn't have far to travel! He links up with David Moyes once more and one wonders whether he will be engaged in midfield or doing battle in the 18 yard box which is where we would normally expect to see him. Certainly Marouane is one of those players that you don't particularly like playing against, playing for you is another matter altogether!!!
"LET BATTLE COMMENCE!"
Once again we have been dealt a tricky start to the season. Away at Swansea looked like a potential banana skin on paper; it wasn't!
Chelsea at home and Liverpool away would be contests between thoroughbreds. Predictably the 'Happy One' arrived in Manchester with his standard defensive setup for a critical away game which was presumably showing our new boss a degree of respect. General opinion was that we played well, probably deserved to win but a goalless draw between two of the main contenders right at the start of the season wasn't completely out of the ordinary.
Liverpool away was almost a repeat but not quite such a glowing testament from the pundits this time. We played well but the movement and passing was too slow to have any great effect so we had to take conciliation out of the fact that at least a draw would have been a fair result.
The next few games begin to mix in the Group Stage Champions League matches! We also have the derby match to look forward to! Will RVP give us the same photo opportunity as last time?!