Bryan Robson Profile

Bryan Robson Bryan Robson

Bry­an Rob­son, born Chester-le-Street, Eng­land, Jan­uary 11, 1957. Bry­an Rob­son had a re­mark­able suc­cess dur­ing his spell wi­th Man­chester Uni­ted and oc­cu­pies his very own po­s­i­tion in the his­tory of the club. A foot­balling in­sti­tu­tion, the mid­fielder also played 90 mat­ches for Eng­land un­der man­agers Ron Green­wood, Bob­by Rob­son, and Gra­ham Tay­lor dur­ing an in­ter­na­tion­al ca­reer span­ning el­ev­en years.

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Steve Bruce Profile

Steve Bruce Steve Bruce

Ste­ve Bru­ce, born Cor­bridge, Eng­land, Dec­ember 31, 1960. Ste­ve Bru­ce played for Gilling­ham, Nor­wich City, Man­chester Uni­ted, Birm­ing­ham City, and Shef­field Uni­ted in a foot­balling ca­reer span­ning more than two dec­ades. Dur­ing his nine-year stay at Old Traf­ford, he won the Pre­mier Lea­gue, the FA Cup, the Lea­gue Cup, the FA Char­ity Shield, the Euro­pean Cup Win­ners’ Cup, and the Euro­pean Su­per Cup.

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Tommy O’Neil Profile

Tommy O´Neil Tommy O´Neil

Tho­mas Patrick O’Neil, born St Helens, Eng­land, Oct­ober 25, 1952. Mer­sey­sider Tom­my O´Neil agreed to his fir­st pro­fes­sion­al con­tract wi­th Man­chester Uni­ted in Nov­ember 1969 and went on to clock up 68 out­ings in all com­pet­i­tions for the club be­fore he was trans­ferred to South­port in Au­gust 1973. 

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Dimitar Berbatov Profile

Dimitar Berbatov Dimitar Berbatov

Di­m­it­ar Ivan­ov Ber­batov, born Bla­go­ev­grad, Bul­garia, Jan­uary 30, 1981. Di­m­it­ar Ber­batov sco­red 48 goals in 108 Pre­miership ap­pear­ances dur­ing a suc­cess­ful four-year stay at Old Traf­ford. Whi­le wi­th Man­chester Uni­ted, he won the Eng­lish Pre­mier Lea­gue in 2009-10 and 2010-11, the Foot­ball Lea­gue Cup in 2010, the FA Com­munity Shield in 2010 and 2011, as well as the FIFA Club Wor­ld Cup in 2008.

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Steve James Profile

Steve James Steve James

Ste­ven Ro­bert Ja­mes, born Cose­ley, Eng­land, Nov­ember 29, 1949. Ste­ve Ja­mes star­ted his ca­reer as an ap­pren­tice wi­th Man­chester Uni­ted in Ju­ly 1965 and sig­ned his fir­st pro­fes­sion­al con­tract wi­th the club in Dec­ember the fol­low­ing year. A ded­ic­ated and whole­hearted de­fender, he would spend over ten years at Old Traf­ford be­fore he went on to play for York City, Kid­der­min­ster Har­ri­ers, and Tipton Town.

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Peter Davenport Profile

Peter Davenport Peter Davenport

Pe­ter Dav­en­port, born Birken­head, Mar­ch 24, 1961. Pe­ter Dav­en­port ap­peared for a num­ber of clubs dur­ing his soc­cer ca­reer, in­clud­ing Not­ting­ham For­est, Man­chester Uni­ted, Sun­der­land, Air­drieo­ni­ans, St John­stone, Stock­port Coun­ty, and Mac­cle­s­field Town.

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Peter Coyne Profile

Peter Coyne Peter Coyne

Man­chester Uni­ted Facts­book Fea­ture: Pe­ter Da­vid Coyne, born Man­chester, Eng­land, Nov­ember 13, 1958. Man­cuni­an Pe­ter Coyne joi­ned Man­chester Uni­ted straight from school as a train­ee in Mar­ch 1975 and earned him­self a pro­fes­sion­al con­tract at his ho­me to­wn club in Nov­ember the same year.

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Paul Ince Profile

Paul Ince Paul Ince

Paul Emer­son Carlyle In­ce, born Lon­don, Eng­land, Oct­ober 21, 1967. An ad­ven­tur­ous mid­field play­maker, Paul In­ce ap­peared for sev­er­al clubs dur­ing his ca­reer, in­clud­ing West Ham Uni­ted, Man­chester Uni­ted, In­ternazionale, Liver­pool, Middles­brough, and Wolves.

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Jesper Olsen Profile

Jesper Olsen Jesper Olsen

Jes­per Ol­sen, born Faxe, Den­mark, Mar­ch 20, 1961. Jes­per Ol­sen star­ted his play­ing days at Nastved Boldklub be­fore he left for Ere­divis­ie si­de Ajax of Am­s­ter­dam in the sum­mer of 1981. Im­pressed by the free flow­ing flanker, Man­chester Uni­ted boss Ron Atkin­son de­cided to buy him for a trans­fer fee of £350,000 at the be­gin­ning of the 1984-85 season.

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Ralph Milne Profile

Ralph Milne Ralph Milne

Ral­ph Mil­ne, born Dun­dee, Scot­land, May 13, 1961. Dun­do­ni­an Ral­ph Mil­ne, who could play either as an at­tack­ing mid­fielder or a flank for­ward, kick-star­ted his pro­fes­sion­al foot­balling ca­reer at loc­al si­de Dun­dee Uni­ted be­fore he pro­ceeded to play for Charl­ton Ath­let­ic, Bris­tol City, Man­chester Uni­ted, West Ham Uni­ted, and then fi­nally Sing Tao SC.

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