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Masters of Old Trafford

Masters of Old Trafford (Hardback)

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From Matt Busby to Alex Ferguson, the managers of Manchester United football club have become as legendary as the club itself. Manchester United is one of the world's biggest football clubs, but it was not always this way and the highs and lows of the club can be attributed to its managers and their varying and eclectic style of leadership. Masters of Old Trafford chronicles the club from Sir Matt Busby's dream of European footballing glory to Sir Alex Ferguson's vision of a Treble victory. Following United's growth from the dark days following the Munich air crash in which the entire first team was lost, to Sir Matt's triumphant victory in the European Cup in 1968, with stars such as George Best, there has been much joy and drama in the club's history. Sir Alex Ferguson's tenure has restored United to its position as football's superclub with brilliant players such as David Beckham and victories at home and abroad. Peter Keeling's in-depth look at United is a timely reminder of the club's long and illustrious history.

Sport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationFootball or Soccer incl Association football Publisher: Pavilion Books Publication Date: 28/11/2002 ISBN-13: 9781861055330  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Peter Keeling is a journalist who has covered Manchester United football club and been involved with its players and managers for over forty years. He has written the best-selling autobiography of Nobby Stiles and Francis Lee's life story at Manchester City. Peter runs a Sports Writing Agency in Manchester.

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