Old Trafford & Bryan Robson

Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 75,811, Old Trafford is the second-largest football stadium in England after Wembley, the third-largest in the United Kingdom and the eleventh-largest in Europe. The stadium is approximately from Old Trafford Cricket Ground and the adjacent tram station. Bryan Robson OBE (born 11 January 1957) is an English football manager and a former player. 5.0/5

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Amazing afternoon at Old Trafford,J stand singing loud and proud and had the pleasure of meeting Bryan Robson
One match Arsenal played at Old Trafford in 1984, they made CHARLIE mark Bryan Robson. That was his job for 90 minutes
Man Utd 3 Ipswich Town 0. Dec 1984. Bryan Robson scores with a great header at Old Trafford
Former Manchester United captain Bryan Robson believes that Memphis Depay has what it takes to wear the famous No 7 shirt at Old Trafford
Cristiano Ronaldo has paid Angel Di Maria a huge compliment going into today’s Barclays Premier League clash with Chelsea. The world player of the year believes that Manchester United have finally found the man to fill his boots at Old Trafford. Since United sold Ronaldo to Real Madrid for a then world record £80 million they have the lacked the goals, assists and speed on the counter attack that Ronaldo once offered. But the Portugal ace believes they have acquired this skill set in £59.7 million summer signing Di Maria and he’s excited to see what his former team mate can do in today’s clash with Chelsea. Ronaldo and Di Maria became friends during the four years they spent together at the Santiago Bernabéu, to the extent that Ronaldo pleaded with the Champions League winners not to let him leave the club this summer. Di Maria now wears Ronaldo’s old shirt number at Manchester United and so far he’s produced some incredible performances in the illustrious number seven worn by Bryan Robson, G ...
Man Utd legend Bryan Robson backs Ryan Giggs for top job at Old Trafford in future
A host of Manchester United legends including Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Bobby Charlton, Denis Law, Bryan Robson, Norman Whiteside and Steve Bruce attended the funeral of Sandy Busby - the son of former Old Trafford manager Sir Matt this morning in Chorlton. United chief executive Ed Woodward, who also attended Friday's funeral, said in a statement: "I am shocked and saddened by news of Sandy's death. He was such a genuine person who had a deep and rich love for the club that his father did so much to establish in the hearts of millions around the world. "Sandy understood better than almost anyone what the United way means and his enthusiasm, his wit and his affection for the club will be sorely missed. "Our thoughts go out to Irene and his family at such a sad time."
After a busy summer transfer window and the release of all squad numbers for the 2014/15 season, Manchester United have new incumbents of several red shirts. Among them, loan signing Radamel Falcao will wear no.9, record capture Angel Di Maria has taken no.7 and Belgian starlet Adnan Januzaj is the club’s new no.11. All three will hope to live up to the reputation of some bona fide United legends to have worn those numbers down the years. No.7 is the most iconic of all jerseys at Old Trafford, having been donned by some of the team’s all-time greats, including George Best (who could legitimately lay claim to no.11 as well), Bryan Robson, Eric Cantona, David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo. Those five have a combined 1,802 appearances and 563 goals. Sir Bobby Charlton is probably our most famous no.9 and he wore the number for most of his epic, 758-game Reds career. More recently, Andy Cole plundered over a century of goals in the shirt as he helped United win the Treble in 1998/99. Ryan Giggs made the n ...
Manchester United NEWS IN -- Luke Shaw (Southampton, 27 million pounds), Ander Herrera (Athletic Bilbao, 28.4 million pounds) OUT -- Patrice Evra (Juventus, 1. Manchester United have agreed a £16 million deal with Borussia Dortmund for centre-back Mats Hummels Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez will join the squad in Los Angeles on Tuesday night, just in time for the first game of their US tour. Ed Woodward has told Manchester United fans to expect new signings and several departures over the next few weeks. Bryan Robson says that he expects Robin Van Persie to captain Manchester United next season, following the summer exit of Nemanja Vidic. Manchester United legend Denis Irwin is convinced Luke Shaw will be a big success at Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho has told the Mail on Sunday he has "deep respect'' for new Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal -- but the Chelsea boss is not concerned about their impending rivalry. Arsene Wenger has admitted he is uncertain whether reported Manchester Uni ...
20 Jul 2014 16:20:00 The Red Devils legend believes the former Ajax boss will give his countryman the armband ahead of Wayne Rooney, in the wake of Nemanja Vidic's departure this summer Manchester United legend Bryan Robson is confident that Louis Van Gaal will make Robin Van Persie his captain at Old Trafford this season. This summer has seen the departures of several senior figures from United, with previous club captain Nemanja Vidic joining Inter and Rio Ferdinand signing for QPR, while Patrice Evra appears set for a move to Juventus. Some suggested that Wayne Rooney's new bumper five- year deal at Old Trafford in February included a clause which ensured he would inherit the captaincy once Vidic departed. But Robson, one of the most iconic captains in United's history, believes Van Gaal will give his countryman Van Persie the honour, having entrusted him with the armband for Netherlands at this summer's World Cup. "Robin was his captain of Holland, so that is an obvious one," Robson told the Press *** ...
Former Manchester United star Bryan Robson believes that the club need just a few new additions as opposed to a complete overhaul this summer. Widespread reports have claimed that new manager Louis Van Gaal will have more than £100m to spend on players. While some have suggested that major changes need to be made to the side that fell to seventh in the Premier League table last season, Robson thinks that there is still plenty of talent within the squad. "Everyone keeps saying it needs to be a major rebuild – I just don't see it like that," Robson told the Manchester Evening News. "I think we have some great players within the squad. We need three of four top-class players." Southampton left-back Luke Shaw , Germany internationals Bastian Schweinsteiger and Mats Hummels and Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman have all been linked with moves to Old Trafford.
Former Manchester United captain Bryan Robson has said that Red Devils top target Luke Shaw would be a good signing for Louis Van Gaal’s side. Speaking to the Manchester Evening News Robson said “I think he’s a very good young player, he has vast potential, “Roy Hodgson wouldn’t have taken him to the World Cup if he didn’t rate him so I think he’d be really good to come in and challenge Patrice. “I think that could only improve us.” Surprisingly current left-back Patrice Evra signed a new deal with the club despite widespread reports suggesting he would leave the club. Nevertheless he can only have one more season at the top and therefore it comes as no surprise that United are being linked with a replacement. Shaw has enjoyed a very good season with Southampton and his form has seen him called up to England’s World Cup squad. The two clubs are believed to be in negotiations for a £27 million deal. Robson was affectionately known as “Captain Marvel” during his time at Old Trafford ...
Just had this text from son Nick Sellers , this weekend he is freelance filming and interviewing for the Comenwealth games . "Just stood on the Old Trafford pitch and interviewed Bryan Robson. I could get used to these occasional freelance gigs."
Had an amazing weekend,with lin halling,Lucy halling and kymberley doogan. One direction,old Trafford,Bryan Robson and the AA men!!! Lol x
Denis Irwin has paid tribute to Ryan Giggs after his retirement. Irwin played behind the veteran midfielder on the left flank during the 1990s and early 2000s. "I suppose all good things come to an end, but what an unbelievable player he has been for Manchester United. The way he's done it as well is testament to himself. Someone called him a 'freak of nature' at one point – he's been an unbelievable player, and certainly a legend." Irwin was replaced by Giggs against Everton in March 1991 as the latter made his Reds debut, and believes the new Old Trafford no.2 is among the best he has ever played with. "I was fortunate enough to play with Eric Cantona, Roy Keane, Bryan Robson – all fantastic players. Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Peter Schmeichel, Paul Scholes – unbelievable talents, but Ryan is right up there with them. "He was a fantastic player to have in front of you because you knew he would help you out with your defensive duties as well. He wasn't afraid to do the dirty side of football, to track ba ...
Louis Van Gaal MUST keep Giggs and 'Class of 92' at United - Bryan Robson Red Devils legend Bryan Robson believes Van Gaal should be forced to keep Giggs, Paul Scholes, Phil Neville and Nicky Butt at Old Trafford. "I think it would be very disappointing for those lads not to be kept on, in whatever role, as they are part of Manchester United,the fans would be very disappointed if they don't have a future in the club."If you are talking about bringing all these people in you have to make sure that you are making the right decision and you are not allowing them too much rope.It is up to the board to step in and say 'you can have leeway with this, but there are definitely restrictions on this part of the club'.That has to come from the club rather than the new coach. Sometimes I think when you go into a new club, why not give the staff a chance?" Do you you think the class of 92 should remain at Old Trafford as part of our future?
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I'm a working class lad from Manchester, England. I grew up a 10 minute walk to United's training ground and a short bus ride to the Theatre of Dreams, Old Trafford. Man United were my passion (still are), wired into my DNA and I spent every minute as a boy wanting to be like my childhood heroes Bryan Robson & Mark Hughes. Liverpool were the enemies. 45 minute drive away, they bossed the old Division 1 year in year out, played great football & quite honestly we hated them. Hated them for their success and our lack of it at the time. They were our arch rivals and the hatred between the supporters was there for all to see. This took up most of my teenage years as we waited and waited (26 years in fact) to win the league. The era under SAF the roles changed. United's success soared, Liverpool became the also-rans. The hatred between the teams continued with vile abuse seen at games, the ugly face of English football at its worse. Over this period something (far more important than bloody football) has rumble ...
SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: The 2-0 defeat to Greek champions Olympiakos has left David Moyes' side on the brink of going out of Europe with one of the worst performances in the club's proud history . The last time United overturned a two-goal aggregate deficit in Europe was 30 years back, when captain Bryan Robson led them to a 3-0 win over Barcelona at Old Trafford in the last eight of the now-defunct Cup Winners' Cup. Liverpool defender ,Kolo Toure has called for his side to "stay calm" as they aim to tie up Champions League qualification. Brendan Rodgers's men currently occupy fourth position in the Premier League, six points over nearest challengers Tottenham, on their way to what would be their first progression to Europe's top competition since 2008-09. Manchester City's top scorer, Sergio Aguero is in contention to play in Sunday's Capital One Cup final. The Argentine striker missed in action last month with a hamstring injury, sustained in a 5-1 win at Tottenham. City boss Manuel Pellegrini .. ...
Manchester United will announce Juan Mata’s Old Trafford squad number when the £37.1 million club record transfer is registered with the Premier League on Monday – raising the prospect of the Spaniard becoming the latest player to wear the iconic No 7 shirt. With Wayne Rooney occupying the No 10 shirt worn by Mata at Chelsea , the 25-year-old is likely to be given the option of seven or nine – both currently vacant. With George Best wearing a variety of numbers depending on his position each match, and more often 11 than seven, Bryan Robson is regarded as United’s first celebrated No 7, the midfielder having worn the shirt for more than a decade until Eric Cantona in November 1992. When Cantona retired in 1997, David Beckham was handed the No 7 shirt by Sir Alex Ferguson, who then bestowed the shirt on his replacement, a teenaged Cristiano Ronaldo , in 2003. Michael Owen and Antonio Valencia have since worn the shirt. Valencia relinquished it last summer to return to No 25 after a difficult 12 mo ...
ON THIS DAY 1984 beat 3-0 at Old Trafford with goals from Bryan Robson, Gordon Strachan and John Gidman
BBC to honour Sir Alex Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will be honoured with a special Diamond Award at Sunday's BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards. This award marks the 60th Year of BBC Sports Personality. Sir Alex guided the Reds to a 13th Premier League trophy in May this year to further strengthen his position as the most decorated manager in British football history. After leading Aberdeen to unprecedented success, he went on to win a total of 38 trophies in his 26 years in charge at Old Trafford. As well as the 13 league titles, he also won the Champions League twice, the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, five FA Cups and four League Cups. In 1999, he delivered a unique treble of the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League. Sir Alex retired in May after 1,500 games in charge of United but remains at the club as director. In addition to all the silverware he won, Sir Alex is credited with developing the careers of some of football’s most famous talents, including David Beckham, ...
Ferguson was appointed manager at Old Trafford on 6 November 1986. He was initially worried that many of the players, such as Norman Whiteside, Paul McGrath and Bryan Robson were drinking too much and was "depressed" by their level of fitness, but he managed to increase the players' discipline and United climbed up the table to finish the season in 11th place, having been 21st (second from bottom) when he took over. the 1987/1988 Man u got position 2 with Liverpool at the top, 1988/89 man u went down to position 11 again! 89/90 position 13, 90/91 position 6, 91/92 position 2, Man U then won the league in 92/93 season after 6 years!Give Moyes chance Morapedi M Kgosithebe, Kealeboga R. Dihutso Kabo Kgokong, Edwin Gofa Mc Motse
How sad, though predictable, is all this with Fergie. He really is proving what a self centered egotistical megalomaniac I always thought he was. It looks like holding onto over a decade of bile so he could fill his money spinning book with stories that only drags Old Trafford medal winning heroes through the mud has not done him any good. He appears angry and a little batty! In tv interviews. It's these typical one sided views that has set the press and media against him once again. Why now? Why not wait till the new manager has picked up the pace etc, the club doesn't need this heat. But Fergie's need to still be remembered constantly may end up being remembered for this. If he had plans to do this then a place on the board should not have been offered till the dust well and truly settled, a stand, a statue a street! Etc should have been limited to the statue(rightly deserved) but while there Is no tribute outside the ground to Duncan Edwards, Bryan Robson, Eric Cantona and the 99 treble winners(includi ...
Sir Alex: Ronaldo's my best-ever United star! SIR Alex Ferguson managed some great stars in his 27 years at Old Trafford. But who was the greatest United player he managed? Bryan Robson? Ryan Giggs? Eric Cantona? Roy Keane or David Beckham? None of the above. One man, he says, stands apart...Cristiano Ronaldo. HARRY HARRIS has the revelation from Sir Alex's new autobiogrpahy... Sir Alex Ferguson clearly believes Cristiano Ronaldo was the best player under his guidance at Old Trafford. During his 27 years in charge at Old Trafford, Sir Alex won 38 trophies and managed some of the biggest names in football, like David Beckham, Eric Cantona, Peter Schmeichel, Bryan Robson, Roy Keane, Jaap Stam and Ruud Van Nistelrooy. But his affection for Ronaldo shines through the pages of his latest autobriography, published Tuesday, with such a media fanfare. Sir Alex allowed Ronaldo to leave Old Trafford, but only after Real Madrid had agreed to pay £80m for the winger. "Cristiano was the most gifted player I managed," ...
Bryan Robson feels a famous fixture on foreign soil was his finest game in a long and glorious career with Manchester United. Speaking to ManUtd.com recently, Robbo picked out Rotterdam in 1991 - the night when the Reds beat Catalan giants Barcelona - as his peak performance. And after a typically combative and creative display, the captain lifted the Cup Winners' Cup, the club's first European trophy since Sir Matt Busby's men won the European Cup in 1968. "Everyone seems to say that my best United game was against Barcelona at Old Trafford in 1984, but I disagree," Robbo told us. "Owing to the occasion and what it meant to the club, I would say my best display was the Rotterdam final." Robson, who is currently climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds for the Manchester United Foundation, proved to be a thorn in Barcelona's side all evening and it was his two probing passes that led to Mark Hughes' crucial brace. "Fortunately I managed to help set-up both of Sparky's goals, even though Brucey [Steve Bru ...
Robbo salutes supporters Manchester United legend Bryan Robson has been reflecting on his long and happy relationship with the club's supporters, a relationship that has spanned more than three decades. The fans at Old Trafford took to the inspirational midfielder as soon as he arrived from West Bromwich Albion in 1981, and the feelings of admiration are mutual. Even though he has developed associations elsewhere since leaving United as a player in 1994, the former Reds skipper says the pull of the place explains why he's now back working for the club as a global ambassador. "I had a great time here as a player and enjoyed real success on the pitch," Robson declared to ManUtd.com, ahead of his Kilimanjaro Challenge. "Manchester itself has always been a great city for me and my family too. I hear of players who, if they’re not having a good time on the pitch, get criticised on the street and maybe in restaurants and bars in their home towns. But United fans have always been different class with me so I ...
Ex-West Brom and Man Utd midfielder Bryan Robson says Albion deserved Saturday's first win at Old Trafford in 35 years.
Win a seat at Old Trafford to play poker in the company of legends Norman Whiteside, Bryan Robson and Dwight Yorke
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Dwight Yorke, and Bryan Robson confirmed for Old Trafford event in August.
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TO ALL MY MUFC FRIENDS: Here. * Van Der Sar: "It was maybe a lesser season for Rooney and he didn't play the last couple of games but he's really important for United." * RvN: “The fans would love Rooney to stay, but it depends on the commitment. If he isn’t fully committed then it’s probably better to move.” * Teddy Sheringham: “I’d like to think Rooney will stay. When you finish playing for Manchester United it’s very hard to go anywhere better." * David Moyes first game at Old Trafford will be against Sevilla FC on 9th August for Rio Ferdinand's testimonial. * De Gea: “It'll be strange not to see Sir Alex on the bench or on the training ground. He is everything at Man Utd. He is Manchester United." * Bryan Robson: "I hope Rooney comes to his senses & sees that Man Utd is the best club for him. In my mind the grass is never greener." * RvP: "SAF has made such an impact on me that I couldn't see coming before I signed. He made it even more special than I thought it would be. We have a new ...
Sir Alex Ferguson watched on from the stands - and took part in a Mexican wave - as Old Trafford hosted a Legends match for charity against Real Madrid. A number of star names from the two clubs' illustrious past turned out for what was a highly enjoyable game at a sun-drenched Old Trafford for the Manchester United's Red Heart United charity. Bryan Robson took charge of the English side. More than 60,000 fans turned up as the match that ended 2-1 to Real Madrid. Mexican wave: Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Bobby Charlton (foreground) join in a Mexican wave at the Legends game v Real Madrid Legends: Real Madrid and Manchester United players line up for a team photo Strong tackle: Jaap Stam puts in a challenge on Ruud Van Nistelrooy, who played half for each club Graceful: Zinedine Zidane glides past Denis Irwin THE LEGENDS: Manchester United: Van Der Sar, van der Gouw; Berg, Blackmore, Irwin, Johnsen, Martin, Stam; Fortune, Robson, Scholes, Sharpe; Cole, van Nistelrooy, Yorke. Real Madrid: Contreras, Sanchez; ...
Now that old fart ( Fergie ) has retired, football pundits are discussing who he considers to be his best signing. There are different opinions on the topic. Some consider this title belongs to Bryan Robson. Others think it's King Cantona. Some say it's hot headed Keano ( Roy Keane) or maybe Ronaldo or Rooney. To me this title belongs to one and only captain Keane. When he entered the field from the tunnel in Old Trafford the crowd used to go wild screaming " there is only one Keano". The guy had a winners mentality and lived to win. Many a times he had bailed United to victory with this attitude. Who can forget his bust with another colorful character Patrick Veiera in the tunnel or his throwing the ball at the back of England captain Alan Shearer. He lacked Zidane's skill but made up for it with physical qualities and thuggish ways. He and his boss shared this similar football qualities and their sheer will to win. At the end of this time he fell out with his mentor but deep down both have a respect for ...
Bryan Robson was a record £1.5M signing from West Brom who would become a cult figure at Old Trafford
Sneaky picture of Bryan Robson in spooners by Old Trafford
Media always wanted to knock me because I'd captained my country & been skipper at Old Trafford. It was all a bit odd really. - Bryan Robson
RELEGATION, PROMOTION AND REVIVAL At the start of the 1973/74 season, Denis Law left for Manchester City on a free transfer. George Best came out of retirement and signed for the team again. As the season neared its end United needed to win two games and for Birmingham to lose in order to stay in the First Division. Birmingham won their game and Denis Law, playing for City against United, sealed United's fate with the only goal of the game. Manchester United was relegated to the Second Division for the first time since 1937. Denis Law never celebrated that goal and would later retire from football. By the time the season was over, George Best had finally walked out of United for good, although he did not actually leave the club until the following season when he was finally given a free transfer and signed for Stockport County. High attendances at Old Trafford during the 1974/75 season would see United beck to the top flight as champions for the 1975/76 season. They would later be losing finalists to Sout ...
Phil Jones is doubtful for Manchester United's Champions League decider against Real Madrid in a couple of weeks.The 21-year-old hurt an ankle during Monday's FA Cup victory over Reading and has already been ruled out of this weekend's Premier League game at Queens Park Rangers, along with Wayne Rooney who has a sinus problem.Manager Sir Alex Ferguson says the defender *** midfielder is undergoing intense treatment but accepts he may not be ready for the second leg with Real at Old Trafford on March 5.The last-16 tie is finely-balanced at 1-1 and Ferguson said: "We are working very hard. He has an outside chance for Madrid - but no more than that. "He is a young man who went into a tackle too brave and was unbalanced. "He certainly won't be fit for this weekend. As for Real, we will have to wait and see. It is two weeks away and a lot can happen in that time." United duo to miss QPR trip The United boss admits Jones - used in attempt to shackle Cristiano Ronaldo in the first leg - is currently an importan ...
It is rare these days to find players that match the unprecedented devotion of Manchester United legends Bryan Robson and Roy Keane. Their desire to succeed was extraordinary, captaining their respective teams to many years of unrivalled success and achievement. Both enjoyed twelve year stints at Old Trafford, winning no less than 19 major trophies between them. So which of these two midfield generals can be considered the greatest?
One Player you want back in Old Trafford ?
Bryan Robson alive, well and back from holiday, confirmed sighting on Old Trafford pitch at half time tonight - track him down!
Lunch with Gary Pallister and Bryan Robson at Old Trafford. Game time!!
ON THIS DAY: In 2006, Serbian defender Nemaja Vidic made his Man Utd debut, coming on a substitute as Utd beat Blackburn 2-1. In 1986, Bryan Robson was sent off for the first time in his professional career after a collision with Barry Venison. In 1958, The Busby Babes played at Old Trafford for the last time. Sir Bobby Charlton scoring both goals in a 2-0 win vs Ipswich.
Manchester United legend Bryan Robson has heaped praise on Robin Van Persie , claiming the Dutch striker is on a par with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Van Persie has been in devastating form since moving to Old Trafford from Arsenal in the summer, his 16 goals in the Premier League helping United storm to a seven point lead. GS
Just watching Man Utd v WBA from 1978 making me feel all nostalgic for football of yesteryear 3-3 at half time .. Bryan Robson still at West Brom , Gary Bailey in goal for Utd ... Players getting up after getting scythed down and getting on with the game . Pitch in *** of a state ( and Old Trafford !!) black player's booed every time they touch the ball (the only good thing to change) fans penned in and standing ...
It's the Legend's Day Out at Old Trafford; Ole Gunnar Solskjær, Gary Neville, Bryan Robson, Peter Schmeichel... all are present today!
Ferguson statue unveiled Richard Jolly November 23, 2012 Sir Alex Ferguson pronounced himself a proud man after a statue of him was unveiled by his wife, Lady Cathy Ferguson, at Old Trafford. - Wenger praises Fergie The Manchester United manager paid tribute to his players as many of his past greats joined his current squad for a ceremony. The statue, made by sculptor Philip Jackson and showing Ferguson with his arms folded, is outside the North Stand, which was renamed the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand to mark the 25th anniversary of his appointment in 1986. Former players including Eric Cantona, Andy Cole, Denis Irwin, Gary and Phil Neville, Bryan Robson, Peter Schmeichel, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Edwin Van Der Sar and Dwight Yorke were present while Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham pre-recorded tributes apologising for their absence. Ferguson said: "It is a proud moment. It has been an incredible journey I have had at the club. I have managed so many great players and it is through them ...
My uncle has met Bryan Robson at Old Trafford today... I can't wait to go to a match with him, it will happen!
Just outside Old Trafford's Europa Suite, a matter of yards away from Sir Alex Ferguson as the 70-year-old discusses his 17th consecutive Champions League campaign, is a corridor framed by pictures of previous forays onto the continent. PA Photos Manchester United get a rough welcome at the airport There are images of Mark Hughes and Eric Cantona, two of the warriors of Ferguson's first great side, scrapping with Galatasaray. They were the days when United were greeted at the Ali Sami Yen stadium by banners proclaiming 'Welcome to *** . It was an inferno where Cantona and Bryan Robson were attacked by policemen after the final whistle. They are distant days - so distant that Robson will be 56 in January - and came at a time when Ferguson experienced teething troubles in the Champions League. As they prepare for a reunion with Galatasaray, it is a reminder of more recent troubles that exercise the Manchester United manager's mind now. Having reached three of the previous four finals, their 2011-12 Champio ...
Football legend Bryan Robson has waved off 3,000 charity volunteers from Old Trafford for a £500,000 marathon...
Great to see this classic photo of Bryan Robson, with Kevin Moran, at Old Trafford:-
why don't you offer your services to Fergie? Heard you showed Bryan Robson a few things on Old Trafford
Great day at Old Trafford. Meeting Gary Pallister, Greg Rutherford and to take a penalty infront of Bryan Robson was fantastic!
Manchester United legend Bryan Robson was impressed by Shinji Kagawa's reluctance to take on the No7 shirt he helped make so iconic at Old Trafford.
Peter Schmeichel is returning to Manchester United. The former Old Trafford goalkeeper is to become one of the club's official ambassadors - a 'legend' in the same role as other former players like Bryan Robson.
Childhood dream, playing at Old Trafford with Bryan Robson and Dennis Irwin loved it!!
In the first season of the 1980s, United finished just two points behind Liverpool in the First Division as their northwest neighbors continued their incredible run of success in the league. The club dropped down the table to eighth the following season, and manager Dave Sexton was sacked after four seasons without any major honors. Ron Atkinson took over at Old Trafford after arriving from West Bromwich Albion in 1981. In his first season at the club, Atkinson signed Bryan Robson from his former club for £1.5 million, the British record fee at the time. Robson is still widely regarded as one of the greatest players to wear the United shirt. A midfielder of unquestionable talent, Robson's leadership earned him the nickname Captain Marvel, wearing the armband both for United and England in the 1980s. He was the heartbeat of that United team, and he became the engine in midfield. The praise from those who saw him is immense. He was a box-to-box player, and one of the most complete midfielders in the game. ...
Envision Nigeria shared the following link and had this to say about it: Bryan Robson has lavished praise on Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, declaring that the 70-year-old's record will never be matched. The Scot has overseen an unprecedented spell of success in the last 20 years at Old Trafford, despite the Premier League title looking like it might be heading to Manchester City this season. http:...
King of Old Trafford...Bryan Robson..and his star defender Steve Bruce...
Reds legends to play in Madrid Former Manchester United and Real Madrid players will face each other next month in a charity game organised by the newly-crowned Spanish champions. Legends from both clubs have been lined up for the Corazon Classic Match 2012, due to take place at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday 3 June. A return match at Old Trafford has also been agreed for next year, on 2 June 2013. The stellar names in the Reds squad include Roy Keane, Edwin Van Der Sar, Denis Irwin, Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke and Bryan Robson while Real Madrid's glittering recent past will be represented by the likes of Zidane, Figo, Redondo, Hierro, Butragueño, Sanchís, Helguera and Morientes. For some players, it will be a rematch - United and Real Madrid met in the Champions League quarter-finals of 2000 and 2003 with the Spanish giants winning both ties, 3-2 and 6-5 on aggregate.
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Bryan Robson: This would be Fergie's greatest title triumph - Old Trafford legend says City's millions would make vi...
Mark Hughes and Bryan Robson are the only mangers to have played for Man Utd under Fergie and beaten us at Old Trafford (once each).
I was at Old Trafford when Rocky done Paul Ince and Bryan Robson then chipped smiechal from 30 yards
Bryan Robson feels that Jose Mourinho is the perfect candidate to replace Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford.
A reminder that Bryan Robson will be on the Red Cafe sofa tonight at 6.30pm Come down to Old Trafford for 6pm to be in the audience
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