Manchester United have just seen themselves top the Premier League table at the weekend as they look to maintain their good run of form, especially after finishing seventh in the league two seasons ago before ending the previous term in fourth.
With Twitter exploding every second worldwide, it’s always good to keep up with all the news, rumours, and speculation coming out of Old Trafford or even the football community. United are now back in the Champions League and looking stronger and stronger, so this is not the time to miss out on all the important details.
Due to the Reds Devils having fans on a global level, it is always essential to find out exactly what’s going on from all the various sources, whether it’s from a club representative or even somebody a million miles away.
If you want to submerge yourself in all things Manchester United, then you have come to the right place.
— Full Time DEVILS (@FullTimeDEVILS) September 30, 2015
First on the list is @FullTimeDEVILS, an account that all Manchester United fans should be following given their wide range of interesting video content. They consider themselves YouTube’s biggest and best channel for fans of the club, serving as a bridge between United and their supporters.
LvG confirms Carrick is out for tomorrow's game but Valencia & Herrera are unsure at the moment. #mufc
— Manchester United (@ManUnitedMyLife) September 29, 2015
Like the account name states, if Manchester United is your life, then there is no reason why you shouldn’t following this one. Apart from their usual Tweets regarding news, rumours, and everyday facts, this profile also gets you prepared for the upcoming game with match stats and live commentary via their Tweets.
— United Peoples TV (@UnitedPeoplesTV) September 30, 2015
Here’s another account worth checking out. Apart from very interesting video content found via their YouTube channel, this profile also keeps you up to date with the every dealings happening inside the club, from training photos to possible starting lineups.
— The United Stand (@UnitedStandMUFC) September 29, 2015
With huge support worldwide for a club like Manchester United, it is always good to find out what fans from all over the globe are thinking about your favourite team. The account links you to their YouTube channel along with their official website capable of giving you a more detailed approach to the content.
Arsenal confirm that Laurent Koscielny has suffered a hamstring injury. Now a doubt for match vs #mufc
— utdreport.com (@utdreport) September 29, 2015
This Twitter account simply keeps you up-to-date with all the Manchester United news and rumours spinning around the web. Apart from constant updates, they also recently started their own YouTube channel, so it’s always good to join in right from the start. They are also partnered with @UtdPhotos, so be sure to check that one out as well.
— Totally Man Utd™ (@TotallyMUFC) September 30, 2015
If you are looking for an account that has absolutely everything to do with Manchester United, here’s another interesting Twitter profile worth following. Like they mention, this page is dedicated totally to the Red Devils. They consider themselves the number one place for all the latest news, views, and gossip coming out of Old Trafford.
— InsideManUtd (@InsideManUtd) September 29, 2015
Apart from keeping you updated with all the daily dealings from Manchester United, this Twitter account also focuses on the club’s history along with what’s going on with former players and legends. In addition to that, they also have a Facebook page liked by almost 500,000 people, so it’s worth keeping an eye on as well.
— Ben Hibbs (@BenHibbs) September 26, 2015
Instead of only following fan-made accounts, it’s always good to keep track of people who are directly involved with Manchester United. Ben Hibbs is basically in charge of the club’s official Twitter account (@ManUtd) with his role as the Digital Content Manager. With this being his personal page, you will be given access to his views and opinions on a more direct level.
View from the away end at PSV Eindhoven. pic.twitter.com/Xb2u6TlJXJ
— Craig Norwood (@CraigNorwood) September 15, 2015
Like the previous account, this page also keeps you connected to a person directly involved with the sport. Craig Norwood is a press photographer who is focuses his tweets on all things Manchester United. So if you’re keen on news coming out of the first team, reserve teams, and even the academy, be sure to this one.
— Republik of Mancunia (@R_o_M) September 29, 2015
The final account worth a follow shares a number of his articles along with other interesting facts and rumours about Manchester United. As mentioned in the account description, the owner of this page writes for a host of media outlets such as ESPN, The Metro, and Red News.