Is this a classic example of Man Utd media bias? Dan James scores the winning goal for Wales in a friendly against Belarus, 1340 MB. Gareth Bale scores the winning goal for Wales in a Euro qualifier against Azerbaijan, couple of hundred MB (can't remember the exact figure). Granted James is young and scored a quality goal, but there was a potential story with Bale and it basically got 0 interest. Got to be the utd link that explains it?
Biggest club In the world don't forget de bryne had three assists tonight in a qualifier
@Hearthatsound You must be new here or haven't followed football for very long. Every single media outlet, paper or tabloid loves writing articles about Utd and Utd players
@Hearthatsound A little tip for you....Get some Utd players in your portfolio and you too can benefit from the Utd factor😉
Dan The Man
There is a defo media interest in United, given they're the biggest club in the land but Bale also suffers on FI because reporters will write Bale, instead of Gareth Bale, where as they can't really do that for Dan James, given he has a first name for a last name. The rules say you need both names, hence Neymar being so valuable given he's an exception to the rule
@Dan-The-Man had never thought of that. Interesting point.
It would have been interesting to see what would have happened with MB when John Collins and Collins John we’re both playing at the same time a few years back😂
@Advinculas-Index Both for Fulham too!
Biggest club in the world.
Of course the media have to write about us consistently because we have the most fans & they have to supply their target audience.
If a united player gets the winner on a prem day they most likely get MB, United players have always been at the top.
There could be two Joao Pedro’s in a few months, that’ll cause a stir I bet