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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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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Stuart Pearson Profile

Stuart Pearson Stuart Pearson

Man­chester Uni­ted Facts­book Re­port: Stu­art Ja­mes Pear­son, born Cot­ting­ham, Eng­land, June 21, 1949. Prob­ably the best foot­ball play­er to come out of King­ston upon Hull since the le­gendary Hor­ra­tio Strat­ton Car­ter, Stu­art “Pan­cho” Pear­son ap­peared for Hull City, Man­chester Uni­ted, and West Ham Uni­ted in a strik­ing goal scor­ing ca­reer which stret­ched over two dec­ades. The York­shire­man also ma­naged to gain fif­teen seni­or caps for his na­tive Eng­land, clock­ing up five goals dur­ing the process.

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Jimmy Nicholson Profile

Jimmy Nicholson Jimmy Nicholson

Ja­mes Joseph Nich­olson, Bel­fast, North­ern Ire­land, Feb­ruary 27, 1943.  A power­ful mid­fielder wi­th a su­perb passing ran­ge and abil­ity to read the ga­me, Jim­my Nich­olson played for Man­chester Uni­ted, Hud­dersfield To­wn, Bury, Moss­ley, and Sta­lybridge Celt­ic in an act­ive ca­reer span­ning al­most 20 years.

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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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Eric Cantona Profile

Eric Cantona Eric Cantona

Eric Dan­iel Pierre Can­tona, born Mar­seille, Fran­ce, May 24, 1966. Dur­ing his some­how bit­ter­sweet pro­fes­sion­al ca­reer, Eric Can­tona ap­peared forAux­erre, Mar­tigues, Mar­seille, Bor­deaux, Mont­pel­li­er, Nimes, Leeds Uni­ted, and Man­chester Uni­ted. Can­tona also played for the coun­try of his bir­th, clock­ing up a re­spect­able 20 goals in 45 seni­or appearances.

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Jeff Wealands Profile

Jeff Wealands Jeff Wealands

Jef­frey An­drew Wea­l­ands, Au­gust 26, 1951, Dar­ling­ton, Eng­land. Jeff Wea­l­ands spent 24 years keep­ing goal for a num­ber of clubs, in­clud­ing Dar­ling­ton, Hull City, Birm­ing­ham City, and Altrincham.

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Joe Jordan Profile

Joe Jordan Joe Jordan

Joseph Jor­dan, born Cle­land, Scot­land, Dec­ember 15, 1951. Joe Jor­dan spent the early years of his pro­fes­sion­al foot­ball ca­reer play­ing for Greenock Mor­ton be­fore he com­pleted a move so­uth of the bor­der to join Don Revie´s Leeds Uni­ted si­de partly in­to the 1970-71 sea­son. A swash­buck­ling cam­paign­er, he would la­ter ap­pear for sev­er­al clubs, in­clud­ing Man­chester Uni­ted, South­ampton, and Bris­tol City. 

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Ray O’Brien Profile

Ray O’Brien Ray O’Brien

Ray O’Bri­en, born Dub­lin, Re­puplic of Ire­land, May 21, 1951. Al­though Ray O’Brien did­n’t make the fir­st te­am at Man­chester Uni­ted, the de­fender went on to en­joy a fine ca­reer wi­th Notts County.

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Tommy Baldwin Profile

Tommy Baldwin And John Talbut Tommy Baldwin And John Talbut

Tho­mas Bald­win, born Gateshead, Eng­land, June 10, 1945. Tom­my Bald­win ap­peared for Ar­senal, Chel­sea, Mill­wall, Man­chester Uni­ted, Seattle Sounders, and Brent­ford in a ca­reer last­ing 16 years.

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