An Evening with the Manchester United Legends Tour 2020 Names Announced
Updated: 2 days ago
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We can finally reveal the Legends who will be appearing on the next leg of the Manchester United legends tour!
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Each line up is subject to change due to the Legends other media work and commitments
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THE LEGENDS (in Alphabetical order)
1. Arthur Albiston
Manchester United 1974 - 1988.
With 485 appearances he is the 11th on the list of all-time appearance for the Red Devils. Winner of the second division in 1975, the FA Cup 1977, 1983 and 1985
2. Clayton Blackmore
Manchester United 1982 - 1994.
Welsh versatility player who played in every number (2-11) for Man Utd. With 245 appearances and a Premier League Title in 1993, FA Cup in 1990 and the European Cup Winners Cup in 1991
3. Wes Brown
Manchester United 1997 - 2011.
One of the few players to win the Champion's League in 1999 and 2008. In addition he also won 5 Premier League Titles and 2 FA Cups
Sir Alex Ferguson said 'without question the best natural defender this club has had for years'
4. Andy Cole.
Manchester United 1994 - 2002.
Cole is the 3rd highest goal scorer in Premier League history with a total of 187. Scoring 122 for Man Utd. Part of the historic treble winning season in 1999, Cole also won the Premier League in 1996, 1997, 2000 and 2001 and the FA Cup in 1996.
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5. Denis Irwin
Manchester United 1990 - 2002
The best right back and left back in the League and the joint most successful Irish footballer in history with 19 career trophies (Record shared with Roy Keane). Irwin has the 9th overall most appearances for the club with 529. Seven Premier League Titles, 3 FA Cups and 1 Champions League Trophy
6. Lou Macari
Manchester United 1972 - 1984
404 appearances with 97 goals Macari is fondly remembered as part of the Manchester United team who won promotion back into the first division in 1975 and then the FA Cup in 1977
7. Brian McClair
Manchester United 1987 - 1998
Choccy is 13th on the list of all time appearances with 471 and 127 goals to his name McClair was a prolific goal scorer in the 80s and 90s. Winning 4 Premier League titles, 2 FA Cups and the European Cup Winners Cup in 1991
8. Gordon McQueen
Manchester United 1977 - 1985
With 29 goals in 229 appearances the former Scotland International won the FA Cup with United in 1983
9. Gary Pallister
Manchester United 1989 - 1998
437 appearances for the club and 15 goals. Pally won 4 Premier Leagues, 3 FA Cups and the European Cup Winners Cup in 1991. A vital defender under the early days of Sir Alex having won a medal for every trophy Sir Alex had won up to his departure in 1998
10. Bryan Robson
Manchester United 1981 - 1994
Voted Manchester United's greatest ever player, Robson captained club and Country earning him the nickname 'Captain Fantastic'
461 appearance and 91 goals, Robbo won 2 Premier Leagues, 3 FA Cups and the European Cup Winners Cup
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11. Lee Sharpe
Manchester United 1988 - 1996
The king of the goal scoring celebration, becoming iconic with the Sharpie Shuffle and the Elvis celebration. Lee Sharpe was PFA young player of the year 1991 and was one of the players to usher in the Premier League Era. 3 Premier League titles, 2 FA Cups and The European Cup Winners Cup
(Watch our exclusive interview with Lee Sharpe)
12. Jaap Stam
Manchester United 1998 - 2001
Stam will be appearing on the Mansfield date of the tour. The big Dutch centre-back spent three years at Old Trafford and won the Premier League in every single one of those seasons! He was also part of the legendary 1999 treble winning team. A rare treat for United fans to get to meet the hero defender
13. Alex Stepney
Manchester United 1966 - 1978
The Goalkeeper of the European Cup winning team of 1968. Also the winner of the 1967 first division and 1977 FA Cup.
Stepney has 2 goals to his name making him Man Utds top scoring goal keeper!
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