The same goes for Manchester United employees. Three reporters on a plane leaving Manchester Airport talked about the anticipation.
Here are the reasons why Manchester United media reporters are looking forward to this tour.
“The pre-season tour is the most important part of the season for MUTV. It’s an opportunity to broadcast first-team matches live. As a channel host, my main role is to host pre- and post-match shows. It’s time!”
“I went to South Africa in 2006 on the Manchester United tour. It was a wonderful experience, but the clear highlight was meeting Nelson Mandela. It is an honor and privilege to have this opportunity as a part of Manchester United. We will also see the famous prison site on Robben Island. could.”
“More recently, and before the pandemic, I went to the US in 2018. The following year I went to Australia, Singapore and China. It was a fantastic experience that allowed me to meet great fans from all over the world.”
“This year, I am looking forward to returning to Australia, which is synonymous with sports and has a great fan base. I also want to go to Thailand soon. I have been with Manchester United twice before. The Thai people are very welcoming and the food is great. Travel You can’t beat Los Angeles in Los Angeles. The team facilities are the best, the weather is nice, and there’s plenty of food to eat after work.”