Editor in Chief of Stretty News and passionate Manchester United fan, with a history of writing for multiple publications.
A builders' tea-guzzling, dad joke-cracking, cigarette-puffing, staffy-stroking, Lisandro Martinez-adoring, right-footed baller and spirited writer.
Lover of football - but I only really care about Manchester United.
Arvin, 24, is a freelance sports journalist writing for Stretty News. Co-founder of utdreport, formerly editor-in-chief and Manchester United correspondent.
Location: following United, home, away & europe
Likes: United, Alcohol, Banana Yazoo.
Dislikes: Manchester Airport Terminal 3, Scousers, Glazers.
Life’s ambition - to own a match worn Karel Poborsky hairband.
22. Football writer for Stretty News, previously of CaughtOffside, GiveMeSport and Last Word on Football.
Member of Women in Football. Anti-sportswashing.
Season ticket holder. Occasionally write things about United that makes sense. I saw a shot on target at home in the Van Gaal era.
51 year old Straightedge Strippogram. I write things...enjoy.
Pete Molyneux has followed United for 50 years, from watching George Best star in the youth cup team of 63-64 through to present day. He is a season ticket holder and watches the Reds from his favoured J Stand (officially the North East quadrant) the heartbeat of United’s home support in the ‘90s. Pete has recently had Ta Ra Fergie published by The History Press which tells his story of following the greatest football team in the world. The book is available on Amazon.co.uk. Oh, yeah, he is also the ‘prat’ (his word) who held up a banner in 1989 bidding Fergie farewell.
Born a 10 minute drive away from Old Trafford, there was no other option for Paul, it was and always will be United. He has been blessed to see United at their most successful - from the treble and Barcelona in 99, Moscow in 2008 and being at Wembley to soak in our last FA Cup final win, it has been some journey and hopefully we can get back to those heights one day. Held a season ticket until 2017 before work commitments made the trips to Manchester all the more challenging.
This man is a grizzled lover of the beautiful game. A former player turned analyst whose true passion lies in dissecting proceedings on the hallowed turf.
He can be heard on the radio with the greatest of neutrality, all the while holding Old Trafford in his soul.
Privileged to say he’s only fallen down the Stretford End once.