Tag Archives: Eric Cantona

My Favourite Game: Manchester United 5 – 0 Manchester City, 10 November 1994

By Matthew Bird. For me, being asked to write about your favourite game is a quandary. How do you pick? I mean really, out of all we’ve seen and won how do you pick? I decided on a few parameters. For it to be in the criteria, I have to have been there. As I’ve [...]

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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 2

By Ryan McCann. If you missed part one you can read here. 5- Cristiano Ronaldo Cristiano Ronaldo’s £12million arrival at Manchester United in 2003 raised a few eyebrows. On his debut against Bolton, he crooked a few necks as fans found it almost impossible to keep up with his majestic feet and trickery. On his [...]

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My Favourite Game: Manchester United vs. Tottenham Hotspur, January 8th 1993

By Tom Pattison. When I was asked to write about my favourite Manchester United game a myriad of possibilities swirled around my head; away in Turin perhaps, or the miracle of Moscow, or maybe the spectacle of extra time at Villa Park. In terms of drama, never say die spirit, and heart stopping moments those [...]

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