In 1998/99 Manchester United won the league, FA Cup and Champions League, lifting all three in the space of 10 memorable May days. But in the Premier League their record of 79 points is the second lowest of the 13 titles, as they edged past Arsenal by a point. In a poll conducted by MM, Mark Stillman finds out just why that iconic season is considered the best.
With football cancelled for the foreseeable future due to the outbreak of coronavirus, MM have created an ultimate combined Manchester United and Manchester City XI using players since the Premier League began.
Manchester United and Arsenal were once the only title contenders of the Premier League – MM look at three of their greatest encounters with Manchester City and Liverpool now by far the country’s two strongest sides.
Restaurants in Manchester are encouraged to donate meals to homeless people through signing up to a non-for-profit organisation.
Ryan Giggs has said he would be happy to start his managerial career in lower league football should the right job come along.
Mancunian Matters visited Salford City Football Club as the latest stage of major ground redevelopment nears completion.
A handful of heritage societies are continuing their crusade to protect a historic synagogue, running the risk of further angering the congregation who wholly support redevelopment.
In 2014, the BBC documentary series Restaurant Wars followed head chef of Manchester House Aiden Byrne and then head chef of The French Simon Rogan in their quest for a Michelin star.
Hunt the Rabbit: Opening date revealed for Michael O’Hare’s stunning new ‘Space Age Asian’ restauarant
The Rabbit in the Moon – the brainchild of Gary Neville’s GG Hospitaility group and Michelin-starred chef Michael O’Hare – will open its doors on the fifth and sixth floors of the Urbis building January 3.
Manchester United’s new head of academy and former midfielder Nicky Butt wants to take a leaf out of his old mentor Sir Alex Ferguson’s book by bringing in one-club stalwarts.
FC United are asking fans to help them raise £15,000 to convert a disused cabin into new facilities for their academy players.