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.
The numbers 20 and 13 cropped up an awful lot last night! Three points against Villa wasn't going to be the biggest 'ask' but it still needed ot be done and it was done in style! In 2013 the club now has 20 titles, Sir Alex 13 titles and the player with number 20 on his back scored a hatrick...you couldn't have scripted it better!
Above Rio finds a novel way of showing the crowd what the story of the night is and it's probably true to say that Sir Alex looks like he has never been happier! Congratulations to 'The Boss' and the players for an amazing achievement! Perhaps the thing to play for now is a record breaking points difference between us and whoever happens to finish second!
West Ham are no pushovers these days but it looked like an ordinary day at the office after the first half an hour with Tom Cleverley slotting home a very RVP-esque strike! Something went wrong in the mid section of the game and the Boss was forced into changes which brought about the almost inevitable RVP strike which just about proved how good he is at the moment. One of the most amazing passes from Giggsy saw RVP bring it under control with a slight touch and then a tiny nudge to put it out of the reach of the despairing Jaaskelainen! That was enough to earn a replay with the possible pay-off of a home tie against Fulham or Blackpool.
Some predicted a nervous start for 2013 after the notable shock at the end of last season when we took the trip to Wigan. Could it now be that the 4-0 scoreline is an omen which portends the outcome of this season! Not exactly the most exciting of matches but 2 for Chicharito and 2 for RVP probably means that they won't be wanting peas with their pies in Wigan for a few weeks!
Always a busy period, Christmas and the New Year celebrations have been and gone with a 7 point gap still in tact as we venture into our first FA Cup weekend. Not an easy trip to the East End these days now that Big Sam is in charge!
"NEVER IN DOUBT!!!"
Going behind early was a shock to the system despite having to come from behind in so many matches this season. Defensive frailties, slow movement and too many critical mistakes placed us in deficit a total of three times but thankfully Chicharito made one of his efforts count as the clock ticked over 90 minutes! With the noisy neighbours going down to the Black Cats it's seven points clear and hopefully it'll stay like that as we roll over into 2013...we hope everyone has had a great Christmas, enjoy your NYE celebrations (and the Boss's 71st birthday!) and all the very best for 2013 from MUDSA.
"POINT GAINED OR TWO POINTS LOST..."
It's a long way to Swansea and the Swans didn't feel like rolling over. After taking a lead we probably should have been able to turn it into three points but Michu seems to be evolving us the bargain of the season having been plucked from obscurity by the Swans where he was essentially a peripheral player.
An opportunity to go 6 points clear and the boss got the team selection spot on! We couldn't get the ball off them in the first 15 minutes but made up for it with our first attempt....you can see Rooney peeling away satisfied with himself but just look at RVP saluting the fans who were still ecstatic fifteen minutes after they'd left the pitch. Lots of issues to debate not least the Ashley Young disallowed goal which could have seen the Blues collapse all together....maybe next time!!!