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Manchester Utd Season Reviews
The Manchester United End of Season video review was first released for the 1985-86 season, recorded by the club itself. It came on a joint video with the 1986-87 season. Ever since this early video hit the old Manchester United Superstore, the End of Season reviews have been made more professional and popular over the years. After the team won the famous Treble in 1998-99, the end of season video review was also released on DVD for the first time. Below, you'll find the definitive list of every Manchester United End of Season Review ever released on DVD and video.
Manchester United Reviews of the Season on DVD and Video
Manchester United Season Review 2008/9

Manchester United Season Review 2008/09

CHAMPIONS AGAIN - 18 times and that's a fact! 4 trophies. 1 amazing season. A hat-trick of consecutive Premier League titles, the 11th in 17 glorious years under Sir Alex.
The 2008/09 season will be remembered as one of the most successful in the Club’s illustrious and proud history, a season when the Reds retained their rightful position as Champions of England, whilst becoming the first English club to be crowned Champions of the World.
A season of dramatic last gasp goals, stunning long-range strikes, a record-breaking defence and the emergence of a new breed of teenage talent. Relive the thrill of hammering Arsenal in the Champions League; Ronaldo’s stunning strike at Porto; Macheda’s late great goal against Aston Villa and the Derby Day double. Not forgetting the sensational comeback at home to Spurs when United’s Fab Four ran riot. All told by the greatest manager in the world and the players that made it happen. Duration 160 minutes. Released on June 15th 2009.

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Double Season Double Pack

Manchester United - Double Season Double Pack (3 seasons) 2008
This Double Season Double Pack includes both the 2007/2008 Season Review and the Champions League Final and Road To Moscow DVDs. Season Review 07/08 [2008] - Entertaining as no other team can, the Reds produced some stunning, sublime football, scoring goals for fun to secure their 17th League title on a tension-filled final day at Wigan, before travelling to Moscow for a night of the highest drama imaginable to complete an incredible double. Relive the glory of a truly momentous season, savour all of Ronaldo’s incredible 42 goals and hear exclusive insight from Sir Alex, Giggsy, Rio, Rooney and Carlos Tevez among others. Make it a double… Champions of England and Champions of Europe. The Champions League Final & The Road To Moscow [2008] - Featuring over four hours of breathtaking action, this double-disc DVD includes highlights and reactions to every game on the long road to Moscow, from Ronaldo’s emotional return to Lisbon to the re-matches with Roma and the nervous, nail-biting semi-finals against the mighty Barcelona. Plus, that entire Champions League Final in full, including all the euphoric post-match celebrations with the thousands of United fans who made the epic, but unforgettable, journey to the Russian capital.
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Manchester United Season Review 2007/8

Manchester United Season Review 2007/08

THE DOUBLE CHAMPIONS - What a season! A tense battle with Arsenal then Chelsea in the Premiership meant the Championship went down to the wire. On the final day, United went to Wigan and a 2-0 win meant they were crowned Premiership Champions for the 10th time (17 league titles in total). Viva Ronaldo!!! A huge contribution of 42 goals in one season from the Portuguese hero meant great success for the team and Ronaldo as he would win the Player of the Year again. 50 years since the Munich Air Disaster, United win their 3rd European Cup in a dramatic match in Moscow versus domestic rivals Chelsea. When John Terry stepped up to take Chelsea's fifth penalty to seal the game, it looked like United were facing defeat, however his slip and miss delighted the Reds. Anderson and Giggs successful converted and the magic hands of Van Der Sar kept out Anelka and sent United into Red Heaven. Other highlights of this season were superb wins over Chelsea (2-0), Liverpool (1-0 away, 3-0 at home), Arsenal (4-0 in the FA Cup, 1-0 in the league), Newcastle (6-0 at home, 5-1 away). An unbeaten record in Europe, beating the likes of Roma and Barcelona along the way. Ryan Giggs became the most capped player for United. It certainbly was a magical season for everyone involved at the club.

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Manchester United Season Review 2006/7

Manchester United Season Review 2006/07

CHAMPIONS - The previous three seasons had seen the Premiership stay down south with Arsenal and Chelsea, but after a superb season, against the odds, United were crowned Premiership Champions for the 9th time, and the trophy rightfully returning to Old Trafford. Ronaldo's pure magic helped United to the title and the Portuguese winger was named PFA Player and Young Player of the Season, deservedly so after the stick he got after 2006 World Cup in Germany. Highlights of this season: O'Shea's injury time winner at Anfield, winning the league inside the 'Council House', reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League (with a 7-1 romp against Roma in the quarter final), and of course, being involved in the first FA Cup Final at the new Wembley against Chelsea. United may have lost 1-0 to a late Drogba goal, in what turned out to be one of the worst cup finals, but most Reds wouldn't have been too bothered as the title had been won for the 16th time and that was the main priority.

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Manchester United Season Review 2005/06

Manchester United Season Review 2005/06

Not a good season really! It all kicked off with the Glazers officially taking over, meaning some of the die-hards left for breakaway club, FC United. After a terrible start to the season (mainly due to Fergie thinking 4-5-1 was a great idea), the Reds were then always playing catch up. Although there were glimpses of excellent form, Chelsea would go on to win the league comfortably. Liverpool beat United in the FA Cup (and then go on to win it) and in Europe, it was the worse season ever, finishing bottom of a weak group. The positives were winning the Carling Cup against Wigan, the arrival of Van der Sar, beating Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool at home in the Premiership (all 1-0) and the extension of Old Trafford to 76,000.

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Manchester United Season Review 2004/05

Manchester United Season Review 2004/05

Probably the worst season for United fans to stomach ever! If at the start of the season somebody was going to tell you that Chelsea would win the league by a distance, Liverpool would scab the Champions League final and Arsenal would beat United on penalties in the FA Cup final even after being slaughtered on the pitch for 120 minutes, you would have been close to tears. Not mentioning Glazer either! The positives though - lets always look on the bright side of life - as the season brought us Rooney and Heinz, two great wins over Arsenal in the league, Wayne's crackin' debut hat-trick, & other wonder goals on the way.

Manchester United Season Review 2003/04

Manchester United Season Review 2003-2004
ELEVENTH HEAVEN. Not the best season by United's standards - losing out to Arsenal in the league and also finishing behind Chelsea. The European dream was wrecked in the last minute at home to Porto. However, always look on the bright side of life as the FA Cup was won for a record 11th time beating Millwall comfortably, finished 15 points ahead of rivals, Liverpool, and Old Trafford witnessing for the first time, whizz kid, Ronaldo.

End of Season Review 2002-03
WE'VE GOT OUR TROPHY BACK! What a superb season with an amazing fight back in the league to pip Arsenal to the championship. The 8th Premiership title was won in true style beating the likes of Newcastle, Liverpool and Arsenal on the way even though United were plagued with injuries.The season will also be remembered for the two dramatic games versus Real Madrid. The Spanish club finally won but only after one mighty contest. Although the FA Cup wasn't won, West Ham were thumped 6-0 at Old Trafford and hero Ruud Van Nistelrooy went on to score an amazing 44 goals in one season.

Manchester United - Season 1992-2002 DVD Boxset
This is a rare 10 DVD Boxset. Released by Manchester United, this boxset contains all the season reviews from the 1992-93 season to the 2001-02 season. It is very hard to find and has been sold secondhand in the region of £50 to £100.
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Manchester United 2001-2002 Season Review
Van Nistelrooy and Veron's first season at the club would end trophyless but the season was full of drama. Who could forget United's come back at White Hart Lane? 3-0 down at half time, only to produce an amazing second half display and win 5-3. The reds also went to Leeds and won 4-3 in a thriller. Exclusive interviews with PFA Player of the Year, Ruud Van Nistelrooy (36 goals in his debut season).
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End of Season Review 2000-01
SEVEN TITLES IN NINE YEARS. Crowd Champions again making Sir Alex Ferguson the first manager in English top flight football to win a hat trick of titles back to back. The highlight of this season was the 6-1 destruction of Arsenal at Old Trafford with Dwight Yorke grabbing a first half hat trick. On this review, see Ruud Van Nistelrooy's first ever Manchester United interview as he made his £19 million move from PSV.
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Manchester United Season Review 1999-2000
CHAMPIONS AGAIN. Sir Alex Ferguson claimed that his side was the "best Manchester United side ever" with their 6th Premiership victory in eight years since the Premiership had started. It was a record breaking season including the biggest ever Championship points margin over the team in second place, and the record number of goals ever scored in the Premiership. Roy Keane was players' player of the year. This review also contains highlights from the Club World Championships in Brazil and the World Club Championship in Toyko.
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Manchester United Official Season Review 1998-99
THE TREBLE. Without a doubt, the most successful and most memorable season in the club's history. This review is jammed packed with the best action which includes Giggy's wonder goal in the FA Cup Semi-Final. It all started with United's 5th title success soon followed by a 2-0 win over Newcastle in the FA Cup Final. However, the climax of the season saw United come back in the Champions League Final - two goals in the last minute over Bayern Munich at the Nou Camp. "......and Solskjaer's won it!" This is a must buy!

Manchester United Official Review 1997/98 Season
Although the season finished trophyless, this review isn't to be scoffed at. United still came 2nd, runners-up to Arsenal. The goals were still being banged in, in the Premiership with seven goals smashed past Barnsley and six more past Sheffield Wednesday. United produced some excellent form in the cup too with a crushing win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup and a hi-jacking against Juventus in the Champions League.
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Manchester United Official Review 96/97 Season
CHAMPIONS AGAIN! - Four titles out of five seasons ain't bad! Cantona, Beckham, Keane, Schmeichel, Solksjaer, Giggs and the Neville Brothers - Manchester United are the team of the nineties. Who will ever forget Beckham's amazing goal from the half way line in the opening game of the season? This season also saw the 4-0 thrashing United gave FC Porto, and the 5-0 victory over Sunderland (Monsieur Cantona's delicate chip) - Another great season!
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Manchester United Official Review of the Season 95/96
THE DOUBLE! - You just can't stop United. This time United achieved the almighty double for the second time in recent years - winning the FA Cup against Liverpool with Cantona's last minute killer and clinching their 3rd Premiership crown. On the way, United rolled over Bolton away producing a fantastic display notching up six goals. The Reds also thrashed Notts Forest 5-0 at home, and a 4-1 win against Chelsea. This review also includes the video of the hit single "Move, Move, Move!" Now surely that had to be the season's highlight!
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Manchester United Official Review of the 94/95 Season
Not to be the best season in United's history. Blackburn Rovers nicked the title on the last day of the season as United failed to beat West Ham at Upton Park. It was to be one of them frustrating seasons as United lost to Everton in the FA Cup Final. However, all wasn't doom and gloom as Andy Cole bagged 5 goals against Ipswich as United romped to a 9-0 massacre. David Beckham came on the scene and scored in the 4-0 win over Galatasaray, and the Reds did beat the likes of Arsenal 3-0.
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Manchester United Official Review of the 93/94 Season
CHAMPIONS 2 - For the second Premiership season in a row - United lift up the cup! The Red Devils are the team of the decade due to crackin' performances from the likes of Eric Cantona, Andrei Kanchelskis, Ryan Giggs, Mark Hughes and Paul Ince. The team played with flair and attacking brilliance. This review sees United beat Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Leeds and many others. What a FA Cup campaign too - brushing aside Sheffield United, Norwich, Wimbledon, Charlton and Oldham, before thrashing Chelsea 4-0 in the final - a memorable double!
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End of Season Review 1992-93
CHAMPIONS! The 26 year wait is over - finally Manchester United are league champions. The Red and White army win the first ever Premiership title. The manager said it was the greatest achievement of his football career.There was drama all the way like the 3-3 Boxing Day comeback at Sheffield Wednesday, and then to score twice against them at home in injury time thanks to Stevie Bruce. That more or less was the day United won the league. It's a must for all United fans - a piece of history to add to your collection.
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Manchester United - So Far So Good 1992/93
United released a mid-season video so the fans could enjoy the goals so far (and to make a quick buck!) Re-live the excitement of United's brilliant victories over Leeds and Everton. Duration 60 minutes. Since the video was released United went on to win their first Championship in 26 season (the full season video can be seen above).
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Manchester United 1991-92 Season Official Club Video
SO NEAR, SO FAR! In the final Divison One campaign, United narrowly missed out to Leeds United. However, it was United's best season for many a year with success in the Super Cup, winners of the Rumbelows League Cup and Gary Pallister and Ryan Giggs voted PFA players of the year. It would also be the first season Old Trafford would be graced with Peter Schmeichel and Andrei Kanchelskis. Due to the big Dane between the sticks, it was to no surprise that Schmeichel let in fewer league goals than any other keeper.
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End of Season Review 1991-92 Official Club Video
STRIKE FORCE, GOALKEEPERS BEWARE! This is a double video tape which was released after the 1991/92 season. It has the Official Club video of the goals of the season (see above) and also a tape - The Strike Force - Goalkeepers Beware. Total length 140 minutes. A VERY RARE FIND!

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Manchester United '91-'92 Season So Far
CHASING THE TITLE! United cashed in on the fans by releasing this review of the action so far in the '91-'92 Manchester United football season. Includes the first 17 games. Presented by Alex Ferguson and Bryan Robson.
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End of Season Review 1990-91
This season will be remembered for United's success in reaching two cup finals and the return to prominence in Europe. Sharpe's blistering pace, together with McClair's goal poaching and Mark Hughes' eye for the spectacular have served the team well home and away. Although United only finished 6th, there were positive signs as Mark Hughes and Lee Sharpe became the PFA Players of the Year. The season would also see young Ryan Giggs thrilling the crowds with his amazing skills.
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End of Season Review 1989-90
UNITED IN VICTORY! Bryan Robson lifted up the FA Cup for a record 3rd time as United beat Crystal Palace second time round. The first game was one of the best FA Cup finals ever with both teams fighting out a 3-3 draw. The replay would not be a goal feast like the first game, but more of a battle. Lee Martin became United's unlikely hero scoring a rare but special goal. Although the league campaign wasn't United's greatest - big wins were produced against Arsenal, Millwall, Coventry and Luton, including special goals from Sparky
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End of Season Review 1989-90
There were two end of season reviews released for the 1989-90 season. This version was was released by the Football League.
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Manchester United Official Goals Of The Season '88-'89
67 Goals in the 1988/89 campaign. Hughes, McClair and Robson provided dynamic performances outplaying their opposite men, to make the 5-0 victory over Rotherham in the Littlewoods Cup look a complete walk-over. One of the most memorable games this season was the 3-1 New Year's Day victory over arch-rivals Liverpool (full match available on video). Ferguson was trying to build his new team with younger players like Lee Sharpe, Mark Robins and Russel Beardsmore, who all performed excellently throughout the season.
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End of Season Review 1988-89
There were two end of season reviews released for the 1989-90 season. This version was was released by the Football League.
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Manchester United Goals Of The Season '87-'88
Brian McClair's best season at United saw the Scotman score 31 goals, 24 in the league. On the way to producing such a fine total, Choccy scored the goal of the season against Chelsea. Goals galore as United score 5 past Hull and 4 past Sheffield Wednesday twice, Derby and Portsmouth. United bravely battled out a 3-3 thriller at Anfield with Gordon Strachan causing havoc in the Liverpool penalty area (and with the Scouse fans - very amusing gesture to the Kop!)
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Manchester United Goals 1985-86 & 1986-87
This very rare video was produced by Manchester United. It has two season's goals on one tape (even if the sound and recording are pretty dodgy!) The 1985-86 season saw the likes of Jesper Olsen, Gordon Strachan and Alan Brazil convincingly beat West Brom and Leicester. The 1986-87 season saw the end of Ron Atkinson and the start of Alex Ferguson's era at the club. Big wins against Southampton, Port Vale and Newcastle were the highlights of a scrappy season. The Ferguson Years had just begun - time to bring in some new faces.
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