MM hits the streets of Berlin to find out locals think.
Interview: STRIP! Curator of National Football Museum classic shirts exhibition bares all on kit evolution
From Blackpool to Bayern, the new STRIP! Exhibition at the National Football Museum explores the bizarre yet beautiful development of kit culture like never before.
Penalty shoot-outs were first used at the World Cup in 1982 and have decided knockout ties at every edition of the tournament ever since.
Both nations have booked their place in Russia, so tonight’s friendly will provide the opportunity for both Gareth Southgate and Joachim Löw to experiment with their squads.
MM donned its Lederhosen and Dirndls, brushed up on its German vocab and headed to sunny Albert Square for Manchester’s first German Bierfest. Altogether now: “eins, zwei, drei, GSUFFA!”
Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger hopes to be back running within five days, able to kick a ball again in ten, and back playing by the end of March.
A show consisting of music banned by the Nazis will be brought home by Manchester-born producer Peter Brathwaite later this month.
Wigan began the New Year with a hard fought point at Scunthorpe to come out of the festive period unbeaten and in fifth position in SkyBet League One.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, not one to shy away from speaking his mind, was unhappy with latest high-profile signing Bastian Schweinsteiger’s performance in the 3-1 International Champions Cup defeat of San Jose Earthquakes yesterday.
Manchester’s bookworms may have difficulty reading John Rylands Library’s newest acquisition – as it now owns a copy of the world’s smallest book.
Bolton white goods business that rose from £1 pub bet to billion-pound enterprise expands into Europe
Billion-pound Bolton based company AO world is expanding to Europe six months ahead of schedule