Manchester United

Some articles on manchester, manchester united, united:

Sir Matt Busby Way
... Sir Matt Busby Way is a road in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England ... It is the location of Manchester United's Old Trafford football ground ... was renamed in honour of the legendary Manchester United manager, Sir Matt Busby, in 1993 ...
Local Derbies In The United Kingdom - England and Wales - Football
... derby or the New Farm derby) - Hereford United vs Shrewsbury Town Birmingham derby (also known as the Second City derby) - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City Black Country derby - Primarily used for West ... Leeds United A.F.C ... and Manchester United F.C ...
Aston Villa F.C. Reserves And Academy - History
... finished both campaigns as runners-up, both times to Manchester United ... consecutive national title, as they were beaten on penalties by Manchester United, after a 3-3 draw at Old Trafford ... was a case of deja vu however, as they were again beaten on penalties by Manchester United at Old Trafford ...
Ben Amos - Club Career - Return To Manchester United
... Following the departure of Ben Foster from Manchester United to Birmingham City, United manager Alex Ferguson declared that Amos would be Manchester United's third-choice goalkeeper for the 2010–11 ... on 26 October 2010, starting in goal for United's 3–2 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the fourth round of the League Cup ... In United's final Champions League group match on 7 December 2010, Amos was picked to start against Valencia at Old Trafford ...
Mick Brown (footballer)
... he was offered a full-time coaching position at Oxford United ... When Atkinson was signed by Manchester United in 1981, he was followed by Brown soon after ... However, in November 1986, Atkinson was dismissed by United ...

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