Tag Archives: Andy Cole

My Favourite Game: Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester United, September 29th 2001

By Budgecore7. It’s hard to describe to people who aren’t of our nature as Manchester United fans, why we don’t lose faith when we’re behind. More often than not, something happens to our team. We pull something so magical out of the bag that it defines who we are and what we do as a […]

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Alex Ferguson’s Top Ten Signings

By Jack Rawlinson This close season has been no different to any before; several actual comings and goings, and a whole host of potential changes to our title winning squad. With transfers in mind, instead of listing a raft of players that Sir Alex could or should break the bank for this summer, let’s take […]

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The Journey From 1 to 19 – Part Five

By James Johnson. Read the complete journey: The Journey From 1 to 19 1996/97 Ever since his arrival from Leeds United, Eric Cantona became the catalyst that saw Manchester United end the 26 year without a league title and become the dominant force in English football. The 96/97 season was the last Old Trafford would […]

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The Journey From 1 to 19 – Part Four

By James Johnson. Read the complete journey: The Journey From 1 to 19 1992/93 26 years long years had passed without winning the league until an Eric Cantona inspired United finally lifted the biggest prize in English football. After blowing the title the year before at Anfield which allowed Leeds United to win the league, […]

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Top 10 forwards in United’s history – part 1

By Ryan McCann. Manchester United Football Club’s trophy cabinet is enriched with glorious memories of past successes and triumphs. Since the club was formed as Newton Heath in 1878, countless players have bore the infamous red jersey in the Theatre of Dreams, capturing the hearts and imaginations of adoring fans all over the world. Manchester […]

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My Favourite Game: Juventus vs. Manchester United, April 21st 1999

By Thomas Bowen. Having lost three times to Juventus in the two previous Champion’s League campaigns and only managing a 1-1 draw at home in the first leg – to say that I was worried in the build up to game would have been an understatement. Manchester United had never beaten an Italian side away […]

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