Manchester United Football Club: A Report On The Club's History And Success
Manchester United Football Club is the most successful football club in the English Premier League era…
Manchester United Football Club
Manchester United Football Club started out in 1878 as Newton Heath Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway FC. Years ago when they were known as Newton Heath, they joined the football league in 1892. In 1902 the name was changed to Manchester United Football Club due to alleged financial problems. But Within six years the club won the Division One Title, the FA Cup in 1909 and again in 1911, one year after locating at their current home, Old Trafford.
Manchester United Football Club is the most successful football club of the English Premier League era, this club has 10 title wins since 1993, without a doubt that is an amazing achievement. Sir Matt Bushy one of Man Utd’s great Managers arrived at the club in 1945 and managed over five Football League Championships. Bushy also contributed to the success of Man Utd’s great football players; these include George Best, Bobby Charlton and Dennis Law. Man Utd then won the league again in 1965 and 1967 and also famously won the European Cup in 1968. Sir Alex Ferguson is Man Utd current manager, he arrived at the club in 1986, however it was not until 1993 that Sir Alex brought the Football League Crown back to Old Trafford and also playing a very efficient and different style of football.
One of Man Utd’s most memorable moments was the treble-winning in the 1999 season, when they won the UEFA Champions League, English Premier League and FA Cup. Man Utd is one of the most successful football clubs of recent times, with Sir Alex presiding they have become one of the biggest clubs in the world, winning eight of the 11 Premiership titles on offer and the European Cup in 1999, very phenomenal indeed.