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The Stretty News Team

The Stretty News editorial team provides a variety of passionate independent voices on Manchester United. We’re proud to be Reds (just like you!) and we’re committed to bringing you the best coverage of Manchester United news, analysis and nostalgia.

Editor in Chief of Stretty News and passionate Manchester United fan, with a strong background in journalism.

Dale founded Stretty News back in 2010 as a teenager and used the blog as a platform to share strong views on the Glazer family and their attempts to use Manchester United as a commercial cash cow.

Dale has been published in the Manchester Evening News, Mirror, Goal, Daily Mail, Caught Offside, United We Stand, RTÉ, The Sun and more.

Ben Parsons joined Stretty News in August 2018 and has gone from strength to strength as a freelance writer. From gaining experience at Huddersfield Town Football Club, working in the commercial and media department, and interviewing ex-manager David Wagner, Ben has since covered sport for The Halifax Courier and These Football Times. Currently studying journalism in Manchester.

Conor is a 27-year-old United season ticket holder from Ireland, currently living in Sydney, Australia. Has been know to make brief appearances on the brilliant United We Stand podcast. Business analyst by trade.

Sports Journalist MA student at the University of Lincoln and writer for Stretty News. Other work has appeared on Back Page Football and Utd Zone.

Third year Sport Journalism student Solent University, club journalist for Sholing FC/Southampton Rugby Club. Previously published in the Southern Daily Echo.

Season ticket holder, big football fan. Occasionally write things about United that makes sense. I saw a shot on target at home in the Van Gaal era.

Kaustubh is a freelance European football writer for many outlets like Calciomercato, FootballEspana, GetGermanFootballNews and Football Italia.

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.