The Real Truth about Manchester United

The Real Truth about Manchester United


Nobody doubts that fact about Manchester United is one of the most lucrative soccer teams in the world. With all of those trophies and talented players, this team has everything to be proud of. But, there are some unique facts source Nowgoal that you might have never heard.

Facts about Achievements

Manchester United has managed to win the UEFA Champions League cups three times until 2020.  United turned out to be the first club from England that won the title in 1968 after defeating Benfica from Portugal 4-1. The club was under the management of the legendary Sir Matt Busby.

The club grabbed the title of FIFA Club World Cup in 2008. It is the first time in history after beating LDU Quito from Ecuador,1-0. The only goal was made by Wayne Rooney.   However, when it comes to the Premier League achievement, it breaks the record of 20 Premier League titles.  Meanwhile, The Red Devils have won twelve Football Association Cups. 

This club also won the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup once in 1991 by beating Barcelona 2-1. Another record that the team made was the treble-winning of Champions League, FA Cup, and the Premier League in season 1998–99. This team achieved more achievements than any other soccer club in England.

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Facts about Manchester United History

The Real Truth about Manchester United

Manchester United settled the iconic red shirt and white shorts for their main uniforms in 1930. This color remains the same. Yet the crest was attached on the jersey in the season 1971-1972. 

However, it wasn’t until 1902 when the club got the name Manchester United. The name was taken because it was near a financial collapse. The bankruptcy was because of the debts that reached £250,000. It was Harry Stafford, the captain of the club that convinced four businessmen of Manchester to save the club by uniting the fund.

There was a tragic history of this club when eight players of the club were killed in 1958, due to the Munich air crash.  This disaster urged the coach, Sir Matt Busby, to rebuild the team. In the 1960s, the manager recruited legends like Denis Law, Pat Crerand, and many more.  Busby was also the one who initiated the youth training method which involved the generations of talented players like David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, and many more.


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