Preston 0 Manchester U 2

Pre­ston North End 0 Man­chester Uni­ted 2, Deep­dale Sta­dium, Eng­lish FA Cup Fourth Ro­und, Feb­ruary 5, 1972. Af­ter suf­fer­ing a nar­row and un­ne­ces­sary 2-1 de­feat at the hands of West Brom­wich Al­bion at The Haw­thorns in the Foot­ball Lea­gue, Man­chester Uni­ted be­at Sec­ond Di­vi­sion Pre­ston North End 2-0 at Deep­dale in the FA Cup Fourth Ro­und. Fol­low­ing a goal­less fir­st ha­lf, Alan Gowl­ing notched up a double for the Fir­st Di­vi­sion gi­ant as the stri­ker fou­nd the back of the net twice in the sec­ond frame.

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Chicago Fire 1 Man United 3

Chica­go Fire 1 Man­chester Uni­ted 3, Sol­dier Field, Friendly Mat­ch, Ju­ly 23, 2011. Man­chester Uni­ted came from be­hind to de­feat Chica­go Fire 3-1 be­fore a 61,000 crowd at Sol­dier Field in Chica­go. Cory Gibbs gave the hosts an early lead on 13 min­utes, but sec­ond ha­lf goals by Way­ne Roo­ney, Ra­fael da Silva, and Lu­is Nani han­ded Uni­ted a well-earned win.

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Jimmy Greenhoff Profile

Ja­mes Green­hoff, born Barns­ley, Eng­land, June 19, 1946. Jim­my Green­hoff was in many ways the sheer epi­tome of the ar­chetyp­al old fash­ioned centre for­ward who would al­ways be at the ex­act right place at the ex­act right time. In a highly re­ward­ing strik­ing ca­reer, Green­hoff played for sev­er­al clubs, in­clud­ing Leeds Uni­ted, Sto­ke City, and Man­chester Uni­ted, be­fore he hung up his boots for good in 1984.

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Manchester U 1 Liverpool 0

Man­chester Uni­ted 1 Liver­pool 0, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish FA Cup Third Ro­und, Jan­uary 9, 2011. An early pen­alty goal by Ry­an Gig­gs was ad­equate to over­come North West rivals Liver­pool in the FA Cup Third Ro­und. The Mer­sey­siders, who were ma­naged by for­mer boss Ken­ny Dalg­lish, tried their best to score an equal­iser as the der­by mat­ch pro­gressed, but the hosts held on for a de­served ho­me vic­tory.

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Lou Macari Profile

Luigi Ma­cari, born Ed­in­burgh, Scot­land, June 7, 1949. Al­though Lou Ma­cari of­ten un­der­played his Itali­an roots, many re­garded him as an icon for the Scot­tish-Itali­an com­munity. In a pro­fes­sion­al play­ing ca­reer that las­ted from 1967 to 1986, he was an at­tack minded and goalscor­ing mid­field man who pro­vided ster­ling ser­vice to Celt­ic, Man­chester Uni­ted, and Swin­don To­wn. Ma­cari also en­joyed a fine in­ter­na­tion­al ca­reer for his na­tive Scot­land, con­trib­ut­ing five goals in 24 ap­pear­ances for The Tartan Ter­ri­ers.

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Ted MacDougall Profile

Ed­ward John Mac­Dou­gall, born In­verness, Scot­land, Jan­uary 8, 1947. Ted Mac­Dou­gall was on the books of Liver­pool, York City, and Bourne­mouth and Bos­combe Ath­let­ic be­fore he was bought by Man­chester Uni­ted head coach Frank O´Farrell for a trans­fer fee of 200,000 pounds in Sep­tember 1972. 

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Man United 3 Man City 1

Man­chester Uni­ted 3 Man­chester City 1, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Cup Semi-Fi­n­al Sec­ond Leg, Jan­uary 27, 2010. Man­chester City´s search for their fir­st ma­jor trophy since the 1975-76 sea­son con­tin­ued af­ter the 3-1 de­feat ag­ainst Sir Al­ex Ferguson´s Man­chester Uni­ted at Old Traf­ford. The Eastland´s club were 2-1 ahead from the fir­st leg of the…

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Denis Law Profile

Man­chester Uni­ted Facts­book Fea­ture: De­nis Law, born Ab­er­deen, Scot­land, Feb­ruary 24, 1940. De­nis Law gave ster­ling ser­vice to Hud­dersfield To­wn, Man­chester City, Torino, and Man­chester Uni­ted dur­ing a foot­ball ca­reer that las­ted for al­most two dec­ades. All in all, the Scot­land in­ter­na­tion­al stri­ker ma­naged to score an as­ton­ish­ing total of 300 goals in 585 fir­st class mat­ches for his vari­ous te­ams.

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Man United 5 Sheff United 1

Man­chester Uni­ted 5 Shef­field Uni­ted 1, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Au­gust 23, 1975. Af­ter win­ning the Sec­ond Di­vi­sion in 1974-75, Tom­my Docherty´s Man­chester Uni­ted took the Fir­st Di­vi­sion by storm the fol­low­ing cam­paign, and in their in­aug­ur­al ho­me ga­me of the new sea­son they were look­ing to give their fans some­thing to cheer about af­ter a year out of the top tier.

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Man United 3 Sunderland 2

Man­chester Uni­ted 3 Sun­der­land 2, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Lea­gue Sec­ond Di­vi­sion, Nov­ember 30, 1974. Man­chester Uni­ted came from be­hind to be­at fel­low pro­mo­tion chasers Sun­der­land 3-2 in front of 60,000 people at Old Traf­ford. Uni­ted were were trail­ing by one goal at the break, but the hosts hit back thro­ugh goals by Wil­lie Mor­gan and Sam­my Mc­Ilroy.

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