A dissenting voice

August 10, 2015

I know I am going to upset some of you reading this as you feel that to criticize United is somehow wrong. This is not a negative post, I want to believe, But I seriously do not think that we have improved over the summer, not because of the purchases, which for the most, have been good but because we have a manager who is obsessed with his philosophy of…

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Polishing the Murphy legacy by Simon Wadsworth

May 7, 2015

We’re very lucky at theunitedpages.com to have a couple of great United authors as contributors to the site. Simon Wadsworth is the author of the fantastic autobiography Willie Morgan on the wing and also The Captains club – the men who led United. Here he gives us his thoughts on Jimmy Murphy and the BBC film about the Munich air disaster. POLISHING THE MURPHY LEGACY Manchester gave wales David Lloyd…

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The worst derby? Willie Morgan on THAT Law backheel

April 8, 2015

In the week long build up to a massive Manchester derby we look at possibly the biggest derby game and how it was the worst outcome for United and Denis Law. Willie Morgan share his memories of that day in 1974. Taken from his excellent autobiography Willie Morgan on the wing by Simon Wadsworth. On the last Saturday of the season we met Manchester City at Old Trafford. Our destiny…

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Allenby Chilton; From D-day to Cup Final day

March 30, 2015

From fighting up the beaches at Normandy on D-day to battling Blackpool at Wembley in the FA Cup Final. The extraordinary life of former Manchester United captain Allenby Chilton as told by author Simon Wadsworth. From his book ‘The Captains Club’ Brian Hughes is a Collyhurst lad who went to Saint Patrick‚Äôs the school that produced Nobby Stiles and Brian Kidd. Most days you will find Brian down at Collyhurst…

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Doc in the dock – How Manchester United ended up in court

March 24, 2015

This is the amazing, true story of how a battle of opinions and personalities went all the way to the Old Bailey. Told by the man who took the number 7 shirt off of George Best, Willie Morgan. It’s a tale of how Manchester was disunited…   I am Willie Morgan, I played for the biggest club in the world, I was the first footballer to have his own fan…

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