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Featuring the candid recollections of: Bryan Robson, Gordon McQueen, Gary Bailey, Billy Garton, Arthur Albiston, Clayton Blackmore, Alan Brazil, Frank Stapleton, Arnold Muhren and Ron Atkinson Manchester United might not have won the league title during the 80s, but they triumphed in two FA Cup finals with a team blessed with grit, flair and some remarkable perms
We're the Famous Man Unit. has been added to your Cart. Andy Mitten - whose great uncle Charlie Mitten was a star in Matt Busby's first great side - writes regularly for The Independent and FourFourTwo magazine. He has visited 90 countries and every continent as a football writer, covering derby games from Israel to the Faroes and Andorra to South Africa. He has also interviewed players such as Rooney, Ronaldinho, Rivaldo, Eto'o, Keane and Gerrard. Born and red in Manchester, Andy currently divides his time between M16 and Barcelona, scene of United's greatest triumph.
Find nearly any book by Andy Mitten. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. We're the Famous Man United. ISBN 9781905326143 (978-1-905326-14-3) Hardcover, Vision Sports Publishing Ltd, 2006. Find signed collectible books: 'We're the Famous Man United'. When Football was Football: Manchester United: A Nostalgic Look at a Century of the Club.
by Andy Mitten (Vision Sports, £1. 9, 244pp). This is a book of two parts. An era brought to life through interviews with 10 players who graced Old Trafford and then disgraced themselves in the bars of Greater Manchester. Bryan Robson led the drinking as well as the team, while Gordon McQueen was the joker. The first tells the story of how a boy from Melbourne, who did not take up golf until he was 15, became one of the sport's most precocious talents, conquering first Europe then America, yet will always be seen as an underachiever. The second describes how he went on to become one of his country's leading entrepreneurs and a friend of three US Presidents.