The story of Manchester United’s greatest decade, brilliantly captured by two renowned authorities on the club. United in the Sixties provides a comprehensive history of the era that brought colour to the world of football. It will bring the memories flooding back for those that were lucky enough to have been there and provides a vivid account for those unlucky enough to have been born too late. ‘United in the Sixties’ provides a year by year account of all things Manchester United. Each chapter provides a comprehensive history of the club and its players, detailing the change in society and match-day experience for United supporters. Based on first-hand accounts and never before published interviews with all the key personalities from the time, including Sir Matt Busby, George Best, Paddy Crerand, Alex Stepney, Willie Morgan & David Herd. The book provides in-depth coverage of all the highs, including the famous victories in the FA Cup, Football League and European Cup, but does not forget the lows of an era that saw the club begin and end the decade in mid-table facing an uncertain future. Roy Cavanagh MBE is a noted authority on Manchester United, He has written xx books on the club. Most recently collaborating with co-author Carl Abbott on the acclaimed books ‘The Day Two Teams Died’ and ‘Gentleman John’.
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