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.
‘Manchester United owe everything to Sir Matt’: Michael Carrick chats Busby, Sir Alex and that night in Moscow
The 38-year-old, who retired just over a year ago, chatted to MM at the premiere of the new film Busby at Manchester’s Everyman cinema.
We preview the film Busby – about the past great Manchester United manager Sir Matt Busby.
With just a handful of games played in the 2019/20 season, it already looks like Manchester United are destined to finish their seventh season without a Premier League title win.
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.
It was mid-afternoon on Wednesday, May 26, and Cari Rosen was sat at a bar in central Barcelona.
‘The fans recognised it was a special time’: Tales of the Busby Babes and the legacy they left behind
For a generation of young Manchester United supporters, the Munich air disaster of 1958 is synonymous with the club’s enormous history and is something that clearly defines the principles seen in the players today.
Manchester United signed Phil Jones way back in 2011 from Blackburn for £17million.
The next Sir Alex Ferguson? British Para-Swimming’s Rob Greenwood in line for UK Coaching Awards success
British Para-Swimming head coach Rob Greenwood is in line to follow in the footsteps of Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson after being nominated for a top prize at the 2016 UK Coaching Awards.
‘I’m not giving up’: Brave Trafford man dedicates life to fighting brain cancer after bucket list success
James McCarthy, 33, has set up a community company – an organisation just short of being a charity – with the aim of raising vital funds to carry out research into brain cancer and the effectiveness of proton therapy.
Team GB taekwondo athlete and avid Manchester United fan Lutalo Muhammad believes the club should stand by under pressure manager Louis van Gaal.