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Manchester United: New book charts the 100 matches that transformed club into a footballing dynasty

Superfan John relives tales of triumph, disaster, tears, cheers and drama

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Glory day: United’s 1985 FA Cup final winning goalscorer Norman Whiteside provides the foreword to the new book

Glory day: United’s 1985 FA Cup final winning goalscorer Norman Whiteside provides the foreword to the new book

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Leader: author John White with the man he calls The Boss, Sir Alex Ferguson

Leader: author John White with the man he calls The Boss, Sir Alex Ferguson

Norman Whiteside provides the foreword to the new book

Norman Whiteside provides the foreword to the new book

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Glory day: United’s 1985 FA Cup final winning goalscorer Norman Whiteside provides the foreword to the new book

How do you tell the story of a football club's 134-year history, its fantastic achievements of over 60 major trophy wins and the many iconic figures who have played their part - some whose stories live on long after they have passed away?

Most tales would start at the beginning, meander through the ups and downs, the successes and failures and hopefully come up with a happy ending.


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