The Manchester United Supporter S Book

Author: John White
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ISBN: 9781780979861
Size: 17,78 MB
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Filled with a cornucopia of interesting snippets of facts and stats, The Manchester United Supporter's Book is a celebration of arguably the best-known English club in the world. As well as historical facts, there are match reports, player biographies, songs & chants, puzzles, quizzes, and fantasy soccer teams. This is the complete package for every fan of the Mighty Reds.

Manchester United Quiz Book

Author: Chris Carpenter
Editor:
ISBN: 9781718141841
Size: 15,94 MB
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Completely revised and updated for the 2018/19 season, this is a quiz book for all Manchester United fans, old and young alike. This fantastic book contains one hundred and one informative and entertaining trivia questions, all with multiple-choice answers. With some easy questions, some more challenging, this entertaining book will test your knowledge and memory of the club's long and successful history. You will be asked a hatful of wonderful questions on a wide range of topics for you to test yourself on your knowledge of Man United. The book is packed with information and is a must-have for all loyal Manchester Utd supporters worldwide. You will be quizzed on players, legends, managers, opponents, transfer deals, trophies, records, honours, fixtures, songs and much more, guaranteeing you both an educational experience and plenty of fun. Educational, enjoyable and fun, The Manchester United Quiz Book will provide the ultimate in entertainment for Reds of all ages, and will test your knowledge and prove you know your Red Devils trivia - so buy this addictive quiz book now!

Manchester United

Author: David L. Andrews
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415333344
Size: 13,13 MB
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Despite myriad popular and journalistic expositions, up to this point there have been virtually no academic discussions of the Manchester United phenomenon. This anthology represents the first concerted academic examination of Manchester United F.C. in its current guise as a widely followed and highly emblematic sporting institution. Bringing together respected academics from an array of disciplinary backgrounds these essays each interrogate various related dimensions of the Manchester United world. The primary aim of this collection is to illustrate how the structure and experience of Manchester United is implicated in broader societal shifts, within which the boundary between cultural and commercial concerns have become increasingly indivisible. The chapters are presented within five thematic sections: 1 Becoming United 2 Economy United 3 Embodied United 4 Local United 5 Global United

Manchester United Collectibles

Author: Iain McCartney
Editor: Amberley Publishing Limited
ISBN: 1445680963
Size: 10,19 MB
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Respected collector of United memorabilia, and editor of Manchester United Review Collectors Club for more than twenty years, Iain McCartney looks at some of the most iconic and interesting pieces of Manchester United history.

The Official Manchester United Almanac

Author: John D. T. White
Editor: Orion Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780752891927
Size: 18,61 MB
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This book takes a fascinating day-by-day look at the most interesting and significant events in Manchester United's history.

My Manchester United Collection

Author: Dr Mu
Editor:
ISBN:
Size: 18,88 MB
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with this notebook you can note all the details about your manchester united collection. Items, Price, story, range, storage, date... So many details. In addition of that you can add pics. A good way to share informations with friends, family and other collectors. Size 6X9Po 100 pages

Manchester United Ruined My Life

Author: Colin Shindler
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0755363922
Size: 13,65 MB
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Colin Shindler was dealt a cruel hand by Fate when he became a passionate Manchester City supporter. In this brilliant sporting autobiography he recalls the great characters of his youth, like his eccentric Uncle Laurence, as well as his professional heroes. Threaded through these sporting events is the author's own story, which touches on a universal nerve, growing up in a Jewish family, his childhodd destroyed by the sudden death of his mother and his slow emotional recovery through his love for Manchester City. It is a tale that reveals what it is like to be on the outside looking in, with his nose pressed up against the sweet shop window watching the United supporters take all the wine gums.

United In The Sixties

Author: Carl Abbott
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ISBN: 9781692001711
Size: 17,19 MB
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The story of Manchester United's greatest decade, brilliantly captured by two renowned authorities on the club. United in the Sixties provides a comprehensive history of the era that brought colour to the world of football. It will bring the memories flooding back for those that were lucky enough to have been there and provides a vivid account for those unlucky enough to have been born too late. 'United in the Sixties' provides a year by year account of all things Manchester United. Each chapter provides a comprehensive history of the club and its players, detailing the change in society and match-day experience for United supporters. Based on first-hand accounts and never before published interviews with all the key personalities from the time, including Sir Matt Busby, George Best, Paddy Crerand, Alex Stepney, Willie Morgan & David Herd. The book provides in-depth coverage of all the highs, including the famous victories in the FA Cup, Football League and European Cup, but does not forget the lows of an era that saw the club begin and end the decade in mid-table facing an uncertain future. Roy Cavanagh MBE is a noted authority on Manchester United, He has written xx books on the club. Most recently collaborating with co-author Carl Abbott on the acclaimed books 'The Day Two Teams Died' and 'Gentleman John'.

Manchester United On This Day

Author: Mike Donovan
Editor: eBook Partnership
ISBN: 1909178365
Size: 19,73 MB
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Manchester United On This Day recounts, in diary form, the events that have shaped the history of one of the most famous clubs on the planet. From formation as Newton Heath Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway FC in 1878 to Sir Alex Ferguson's current Red Devils, Manchester United On This Day attempts to document it all. Great days are covered, like the night of Sir Matt Busby and United's first European Cup triumph, or the incredible evening United won an historic first treble. Days of great sadness are also documented, including February 6th, 1958 - the most poignant date in United's history, when so many of the Busby Babes perished as a result of the Munich air tragedy.Key features- Part of the popular and successful On This Day series which features a number of football, cricket and sports clubs- Includes contemporary and historic images of club legends and from the key events and matches from the club's colourful history- Written by veteran football writer Mike Donovan, a winner of two British Sportswriter of the Year awards

The Unique Treble

Author: Alex Ferguson
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ISBN: 9780340792612
Size: 20,12 MB
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In 1999 Manchester United achieved the unthinkable - they won the FA Carling Premiership, the FA Cup and the European Champions League. The excitement generated was heightened by the intensity and drama of matches such as their 4-2 comeback over Juventus and their last-minute victory over Bayern Munich in the Champion's League final.