Are you looking for the perfect Manchester United piece of memorabilia? Look no further because you have just found it! With the Manchester United newspaper book you will be able to relive the glorious moments of Manchester United’s rich and illustrious history. Each of the most sensational moments in the teams past are captured in newsprint all the way from the early 20th century right up to recent times.
The stories in the book are not written by any old person either but by the people and reporters that witnessed the games and the events as they unfolded right before their very eyes. They are also written in the language of the time to add to the authenticity and superb presentation.
Starting with the coverage of Manchester United’s 1909 FA cup win, this book charts the glorious history of all the great games and League and Cup titles that the team played through the decades of the 20th century. With stories about the league wins from years such as 1911, 1952, 1957 etc, coverage of FA Cup title wins in 1948, 1983, the 1994 and 1996 doubles and of course 1999 with the amazing treble.
Read about the Busby Babes and the tragic Munich air crash on the 6th of February 1958, the signing of Denis Law for £115,000 in 1962 and George Best’s senior debut in 1963. Also included in the Manchester United newspaper book are Best’s unforgettable performance against Benfica in 1966 in which his two goals inspired the team and lead them to destroy Benfica with a 5-1 result.
The book measure 38 x 31 cm and is bound in a beautiful burgundy leatherette binder and the team’s name is embossed in gold also you have an option to emboss your own name or your recipient’s name on the front cover in gold. You can personalise the book with your name to make it more unique than it already is and you can even get a personalised certificate which is available at no extra cost. At just £44.99 you really have to struggle to find reasons not to buy this as a fan of the team or for a friend you know who is. Visit the Totally Gifts website for other unique sports memorabilia items today.