Members of the famed Class of ’92 will step onto the Old Trafford turf once more to play in the sold out Unicef Match for Children.
Former Manchester United midfielder David Beckham has described his one-time Old Trafford boss Sir Alex Ferguson as the ‘greatest’ ever manager as the pair get set to reunite for a charity match in November.
Mancunians have been urged to donate anything that they can afford to help ease the ‘truly shocking’ Syrian refugee crisis, by the city’s Lord Mayor.
Greater Manchester midwives have been crowned the best in the country after delivering an exceptional performance in Unicef’s ‘Baby Friendly’ accreditation tests.
Going once, going twice… SOLD! Clock is ticking to snap up Sir Alex Ferguson-signed photos in UNICEF auction
Bidders have until Sunday evening to place their offers on the prints, in aid of United’s partner, UNICEF
Sing when you’re winning (the match): Robbie Williams invites stars to join Soccer Aid at Old Trafford
Soccer Aid co-creator Williams to grace Old Trafford on June 8 for England v Rest of the World.