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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Manchester U 0 Burnley 2

David De Gea David De Gea

Man­chester Uni­ted 0 Burn­ley 2, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Pre­mier Lea­gue Fix­ture, Jan­uary 22, 2020. Man­chester Uni­ted fell 2-0 at ho­me to Burn­ley who­se goals were sco­red by Chris Wood and Jay Rodrig­uez in the 39th and 56th min­utes of the ga­me re­spect­ively.

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Man United 4 Man City 2

Louis Van Gaal Louis Van Gaal

Man­chester Uni­ted Facts­book Re­view: Man­chester Uni­ted 4 Man­chester City 2, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Pre­mier Lea­gue, April 12, 2015. Man­chester Uni­ted ce­men­ted their chances of qual­i­fy­ing for the Cham­pi­ons Lea­gue wi­th a 4-2 tri­umph over Man­chester City. Af­ter gain­ing three points ag­ainst The Sky Blues, Uni­ted were now in third po­s­i­tion in the Pre­mier Lea­gue ta­ble, one point be­hind Arsen­al.

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Manchester U 0 Liverpool 3

David De Gea David De Gea

Man­chester Uni­ted 0 Liver­pool 3, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Pre­mier Lea­gue, Mar­ch 16, 2014. Man­chester Uni­ted shot stop­per Da­vid de Gea let in three goals at ho­me to bit­ter ad­versar­ies Liver­pool, but the 23-year-old Span­iard could hardly be blamed for any of them.

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Man Utd 1 Shakhtar 0

David Moyes David Moyes

Man­chester Uni­ted 1 Shakhtar Don­etsk 0, Old Traf­ford, UEFA Cham­pions Lea­gue Group Sta­ge, Dec­ember 10, 2013. Man­chester Uni­ted man­ager Da­vid Moyes was reas­on­ably pleased wi­th the per­form­ance of his si­de ag­ainst Shakhtar Dontesk in the Cham­pi­ons Lea­gue.

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Man United 2 Sheff Wed 0

Jim McCalliog Jim McCalliog

Man­chester Uni­ted 2 Shef­field Wed­nesday 0, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Sec­ond Di­vi­sion, Jan­uary 11, 1975. Two goals from Scot­tish mid­fielder Jim Mc­Cal­liog were enough to se­cure a 2-0 ho­me tri­umph over re­leg­a­tion can­did­ates Shef­field Wed­nesday.

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All-Stars 2 Man United 5

Federico Macheda Federico Macheda

Ma­jor Lea­gue Soc­cer All-Stars 2 Man­chester Uni­ted 5, Re­li­ant Sta­dium, Friendly Mat­ch, Ju­ly 28, 2010. Man­chester Uni­ted out­classed the Ma­jor Lea­gue Soc­cer All-Stars by a 5-2 score be­fore a bois­ter­ous ho­me crowd of 70,000 spec­tat­ors at the Re­li­ant Sta­dium in Hou­s­ton. Set­ting out to re­gain their pride af­ter los­ing 2-1 ag­ainst Kan­sas City Wiz­ards just three days earli­er, Uni­ted com­pletely dom­in­ated the friendly en­counter right from the be­gin­ning.

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Partizan 0 Manchester U 1

Anthony Martial Anthony Martial

Par­tiz­an 0 Man­chester Uni­ted 1, Par­tiz­an Sta­dium, UEFA Cham­pi­ons Lea­gue Group Sta­ge, Oct­ober 24, 2019. Man­chester Uni­ted be­at Par­tiz­an 1-0 in Bel­grade thanks to a well-taken pen­alty-kick by French in­ter­na­tion­al Ant­ony Mar­tial two min­utes ahead of the break.

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Hull 4 Manchester United 5

Willie Morgan Willie Morgan

Man­chester Uni­ted Facts­book Re­port: Hull City 4 Man­chester Uni­ted 5, Booth­ferry Park, Wat­ney Mann In­vit­a­tion Cup Semi-Fi­nal, Au­gust 5, 1970. Fol­low­ing a 3-2 vic­tory ag­ainst Third Di­vi­sion out­fit Read­ing at Elm Park in the fir­st ro­und of the Wat­ney Cup, Man­chester Uni­ted de­feated Sec­ond Di­vi­sion te­am Hull City 4–3 on pen­al­ties at Booth­ferry Park af­ter the mat­ch had ended 1–1 af­ter ex­tra-time.

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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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