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Telling Football’s
Favourite Stories

From the Fans Who Lived Them

Football is nothing without the fans.

And luckily, there are billions of us.

Every single one of us can recall moments, players and teams that helped us fall in love with the game of football.

The purpose of Ultra UTD is to bring all of these stories into one place for anybody and everybody to read and enjoy. Some you may know, and others you may not…

… but that’s the point, I guess!


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    How did Tevez and Mascherano Break the Law at West Ham in 2006?

    The world of football transfers is an awkward, murky business. But the deal involving Tevez and Mascherano to West Ham in 2006 is truly in a world of its own. Why are Football Transfers so complicated? In a word: money. Anybody who’s played even a day’s worth of Football Manager will understand a little bit… Read…

  • Cafu’s Crazy Last-Minute AC Milan Legacy (2003-08)

    Cafu’s Crazy Last-Minute AC Milan Legacy (2003-08)

    As far as right-backs go, few can claim to have brought the position as far into the modern era as Cafu. He was a simple for where the world was going from the flanks at the back. Brazil’s Full-Back Tradition Loyal Ultra UTD patrons will remember our article on Carlos Alberto. A player some might… Read…

  • Diego Forlan’s Outstanding World Cup in 2010

    Diego Forlan’s Outstanding World Cup in 2010

    For a tournament shrouded in infamy from the vuvuzela to the Jabulani, 2010 is a year that Diego Forlan may remember more positively than anyone else in the world. The Politics Behind the 2010 World Cup It wouldn’t be a World Cup without a bit of corruption, would it? Naturally, you’d want one of two… Read…

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This week’s feature is:

‘David Villa: The Flawless Talisman of Valencia [2005-14]’

What an incredible player he was!

Sure, he might have enjoyed some of his better days when he made his long, protracted move to FC Barcelona, but he is a relic of the great times gone by at Valencia.

Where he arguably became the most efficient and intimidating forward players on the planet.

What a time to be alive for Valencia fans, ey?


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