Tag Archives: Bobby Charlton

My Favourite Game: One Night In Moscow

By Rob Britton. One night in Moscow. Just writing the title brings a warm glow inside, a feeling that brings a smile to my face and many Manchester United fans. The heartache we endure as football fans is well worth the pain if we can celebrate special nights like those on the 21st May 2008, […]

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My Favourite Game: West Ham United 1-6 Manchester United, 6 May 1967

By Alan Holmes. So many games to choose from in 40 odd years of following United but my favourite game takes me back to 1967 and as a 14 going on 15 year old at the time, is now a dim and distant memory in terms of the actual goal details more a memory of […]

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United – DVD review

By Lee Savery OUT 8th August STUDIO Revolver Entertainment DIRECTOR James Strong STARS David Tennant, Jack O’Connell, Sam Claflin, Dougray Scott (Originally Broadcast on BBC Two on 24th April 2011) “The team that defined an era, and a disaster that tore them apart.” We’ve never forgotten and we never will. The events leading up to […]

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The Journey From 1 to 19 – Part Six

By James Johnson. Read the complete journey: The Journey From 1 to 19 2006/07 After three seasons of transition and watching Jose Mourinho lead his Chelsea side to two consecutive league titles Manchester United finally got their title back. The attacking talents of Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney and Louis Saha were the main catalyst for United’s […]

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The Journey From 1 to 19 – Part Three

By James Johnson. Read the complete journey: The Journey From 1 to 19 1964/65 The years following the Munich air disaster proved to be hard not just emotionally for Man United but also, understandably difficult on the pitch. I spoke to Bill who has been going to Old Trafford since 1960. “After Munich, when United […]

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Manchester United Legends: Sir Bobby Charlton

By Worried Turkey. Sir Bobby Charlton was born in the village of Ashington (Northumberland) on the 11th of October 1937. Most of Bobby’s family were some way related too football. His mother Cissie was the cousin of ‘Wor Jackie’ Milburn the famous Newcastle and England centre forward, who really was a legend in those days. […]

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