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David May is a Manchester United legend

Signing for Man United for £1.2 Million from Blackburn Rovers in 1994, May stayed at Old Trafford until 2003 and was a safe option throughout the Sir Alex Ferguson years


David May played in the same team as the iconic partnership of Pallister and Bruce (playing right back just before teh arrival of Gary Neville in the frst team) and carried on playing throughout the Treble winning season of 1999 - winning both the FA Cup and Champions League - however May didn't complete the treble as he didn't feature in enough games to win a Premier League medal (in fact despite playing for Manchester United during 6 title winning campaigns May only won 2 - due to injury and squad rotation)


Despite this David May is beloved with the Manchester United faithful - a regular face on MUTV and a naturally hilarious host. In nearly every picture of the 1999 Champions League win you can see David May with his arms outstretched at the top of the team, with a huge grin on his face

He was also named in the starting line up of the 1999 FA Cup final vs Newcastle 

and the United fans delighted in chanting 'DAVID MAY SUPERSTAR, GOT MORE MEDALS THAN SHEARER!'


Picture measures 12x16 inches / 30x40 cm

comes complete with AFTAL COA

Picture is of the 1996 FA Cup


Meet and greet the Manchester United legends

Find out about the Superstar Speakers Manchester United Legends Tour here, details on dates, legends and venues in the link below


David May Signed Man United FA Cup 1996 Picture

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Superstar Speakers have raised awareness and tens of thousands of pounds in donations for different charities and good causes. One of our partners are Rainbows children's hospice who provide palliative care for children and young people with life ending illness. 

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