Archive for the ‘Man Utd Jokes’ Category

Why the Manchester Derby is Unique

Sunday, September 20th, 2009

When the Manchester derby between United and City is played at Old Trafford there is something unique about this occasion! It is that the car park is full of home supporter coaches and there are none from the “away” team :) .

Man Utd fan joke

Tuesday, June 30th, 2009

It’s plastic, it makes no noise and it shakes it’s head alot……

A Fan

A Manchester united fan…. :)

Light bulb joke

Saturday, May 2nd, 2009

 Q. How many people does it take to change a light bulb at Old Trafford?

A. One person to change the light bulb, one person to tap irritatingly on a watch whilst chewing gum like a mad man, several thousand people to watch on in silence and several million people to bang on about how well the light bulb was changed and how no one else could do it as well as “their person” did despite not seeing the light bulb being changed.

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Strictly come dancing Man Utd style!

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009


Carling Cup: Manchester United Into The Final

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Saturday, December 13th, 2008

Based on the popularity of the last post on this man utd joke topic here is another great Man Utd joke link.


An new Oxo Cube will be introduced early next year in tribute to manchester united.
It will be called “Laughing Stock”.

A policeman caught a fan climbing the wall of the manchester united ground.
He made him go back and watch the rest of the match.

Manchester United v Birmingham City - Premier League

Ugly dummy

Manchester United jokes

Sunday, December 7th, 2008

 I found this joke and others when surfing the net.

Q: Did you hear that the British Post Office has just recalled their latest stamps?
A: Well, they had photos of Manchester United players on them – folk couldn’t figure out which side to spit on.  

I needed something to cheer me up after the injury time goal against Sunderland and the predicatable home draws in the Carling Cup which essentially means Man Utd been given a bye into the final stages of the competition.

At least ex red Roy Keane left Sunderland before the visit to Old Trafford. Meaning I can’t use a conspiracy theory to explain why Sunderland had  no shots (on or off target) in the whole game!

Football - West Ham United v Sunderland

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