Thomas Patrick O’Neil, born St Helens, England,October 25, 1952. Merseysider Tommy O´Neil signed his first professional contract with Manchester United in November 1969 and went on to make 68 appearances in all competitions for the club before he was transferred to Southport in August 1973.
Manchester United 3 Everton 1, Old Trafford, English Football League First Division, December 16, 1967. League Division One leaders and reigning champions Manchester United comfortably defeated Everton 3-1 on home soil courtesy of a goal each from David Sadler, Denis Law, and John Aston.
Manchester United 2 Ipswich Town 1, Old Trafford, English Football League First Division, October 11, 1969. The Reds gained their sixth home win on the trot by handing Ipswich Town a 2-1 loss.
West Ham United 2 Manchester United 1, Boleyn Ground, English Football League First Division, April 3, 1971. Manchester United´s frustratingly inconsistent form continued as they suffered a narrow and unnecessary 2-1 defeat against relegation threatened West Ham United in East London.
Manchester United 2 Huddersfield Town 0, Old Trafford, English Football League First Division, March 11, 1972. Manchester United defeated relegation threatened Huddersfield Town 2-0 at home thanks to a goal each from former Nottingham Forest marksman Ian Storey-Moore and George Best.
West Bromwich Albion 1 Manchester United 1, The Hawthorns, English Football League Second Division, September 14, 1974. After drawing 2-2 at home to Nottingham Forest, Second Division leaders Manchester United dropped another point as they drew 1-1 with West Bromwich Albion away.
Stoke City 2 Manchester United 4, Victoria Ground, English Football League First Division, March 30, 1968. Following an embarrassing 3-1 defeat against neighbours Manchester City at Old Trafford just three days earlier, Matt Busby´s Manchester United thumped Stoke City 4-2 at Victoria Ground.
Manchester United 0 Everton 0, Old Trafford, English Football League First Division, March 8, 1972. After losing seven First Division matches in a row, Frank O´Farrell´s Manchester United managed a goalless draw against Everton before a disappointing attendance of 38,000 people at Old Trafford.
Derby County 2 Manchester United 0, Baseball Ground, English Football League First Division, October 4, 1969. Manchester United succumbed to their second away defeat of the 1969-70 season as Bobby Charlton and company went down 2-0 against League Division One newcomers Derby County.
Manchester United 5 Ipswich Town 0, Old Trafford, English Football League First Division, April 7, 1962. Manchester United outclassed First Division leaders Ipswich Town by a 5-0 score on home soil courtesy of a treble by Albert Quixall and further goals from Maurice Setters and Nobby Stiles.