Dominic joins MUFC in LA

Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United are in Los Angeles to officially kick off their pre-season schedule today, Saturday 15/07, with a friendly against LA Galaxy at the StubHub Center.

While training, they received some surprise guests, including Dominic Monaghan. As we all know, Dom has been a huge, life-long supporter of the team. Here are some photos and videos of the encounters!



Dominic Monaghan and the Men in Blazers

meninblazersNot once but twice this year has Dominic Monaghan appeared on the Men in Blazers podcast!


Men in Blazers hosts Michael Davies (@embassydavies) and Roger Bennett (@rogbennett) believe soccer is the American sport of the future. As it has been since 1972. Find these Men In Blazers on NBC Sports Network and Their aim is nothing less than to enlighten the masses to the wildly entertaining world of soccer and the English Premier League in particular. Immersed in the high and low culture of the beautiful game, the program mixes analysis and guest appearance in equal measure, with the aim of providing an intelligent yet often humorous, and always passionate, soccer broadcast.

February 2016: “After the pies with Dominic Monaghan”

Click HERE to watch the full episode.

June 2016: “Euro 2016 and Copa America”

Click HERE for part 1 (episode 8) and HERE for part 2 (Episode 9)!

Seems the fans approve!


The Gaffer Tapes week 36 with Dom

In April Dom appeared on The Gaffer Tapes, just wanted to make sure you didn’t miss out on this podcast so here is the link!

Dom being a big football fan, it really shouldn’t be much of a surprise that he has been playing Fantasy Football, you can join The Gaffer Tapes league for this year’s FPL (Fantasy Premier League), click HERE. (PIN: 4945-2085)

He also gave his Dominians a shout out! What a lovely guy.

#MUFC #LegendaryMoments interview with Dom

It’s no secret that Dom is a big Manchester United supporter!

Recently he did a few short videos about his legendary moments.

Dominic Monaghan Writes About Man United Exiting the Champions League

Dominic-Monaghan-374x479You may or may not know that as a life-long football fan and Manchester United supporter, Dominic Monaghan is also a columnist for PasteMagazine. He recently had this to say:

I’m fine with Manchester United exiting the Champions League.

It was gonna happen one way or the other. We can’t contend with Barcelona, Bayern Munich or Real Madrid. Hell, we can’t beat Manchester city or Juventus, Paris Saint-German or Valencia on a good day either.

But sliding out of a group that we should have topped seems incredulous for Manchester United and this is the real problem.

How far we have slumped. That it’s even possible. It wasn’t really that long ago that when Madrid or Munich or Barcelona drew us they thought, “Oh Crivens, let’s concentrate”.

We are a ghost of the team we once were. (cont.)

Read the whole article:

UPDATE: Dom wrote another article in March 2016 titled “The Real Winners at Manchester United” – you can read that one HERE.

Want to read more columns about football by Dom? Visit previous posts HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. Or check out Dom’s page on the official Man United website HERE!

Dominic Monaghan: Why Manchester United Must Keep Faith with Louis van Gaal

dommanOur favourite Paste Soccer columnist (and a lifelong Manchester United fan) Dominic Monaghan posted the following article today:

Let’s be honest: Manchester United are a very famous football team. An empire. A football team whose shirt can behaves as currency in foreign countries, and an icebreaker. They are a buzzword in football.

They are also in a sorrier state than I have seen in a long time.

Injury ridden. Low on confidence. Players forced to play out of position. Out of the Champions League and battling for fourth spot? This is Manchester United? After 20 years fighting to WIN the premier league and Champions League? I dread to think what stunning display our darling Cristiano Ronaldo could put on against us at the moment.

So why am I about to argue in favor of keeping faith with Louis van Gaal? Here’s why: ….. Read more HERE.

Want to read more columns by Dom? Visit previous posts HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. Or check out Dom’s page on the official Man United website HERE!

Dom writes about Rooney

hobbitfootballDominic has been a frequent football columnist for PasteMagazine, as well as a life-long fan of Manchester United.

In his latest addition, he talks about Wayne Rooney:

Wayne Rooney, captain of Manchester United and England, has been subject to hateful press throughout his career, now more than ever. As a Manchester United and England fan, I am baffled.

Though Rooney is by no means perfect, nor does he claim to be, it seems to be the case that a highly paid person is subject to anything the media can thrown at him, however hurtful or untruthful it may be. Many absolute lies are printed in newspapers.

As captain of England he shows pride in the honor, does his best with the team that is selected around him, supports the manager and works harder than most. Anyone claiming that Rooney is lazy should look at his statistics as a professional footballer. He is elite and has always been that way. You cannot run as fast or as far as him so stop it. 

Read the full article on PasteMagazine HERE.

To read his other PasteMagazine features – click HERE.