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Dylan Levitt. Aaron Wan-Bissaka. Anthony Martial. Axel Tuanzebe. Brandon Williams. Bruno Fernandes. This resulted in the club starting the —93 season in the First Division , by which time it had become independent of the railway company and dropped the "LYR" from its name.
The following season began with victory in the first ever Charity Shield  and ended with the club's first FA Cup title. Manchester United won the First Division for the second time in , but at the end of the following season, Mangnall left the club to join Manchester City.
In , three years after the resumption of football following the First World War, the club was relegated to the Second Division, where it remained until regaining promotion in Relegated again in , Manchester United became a yo-yo club , achieving its all-time lowest position of 20th place in the Second Division in Following the death of principal benefactor John Henry Davies in October , the club's finances deteriorated to the extent that Manchester United would likely have gone bankrupt had it not been for James W.
In October , the impending resumption of football led to the managerial appointment of Matt Busby , who demanded an unprecedented level of control over team selection, player transfers and training sessions.
In , the club won the First Division, its first league title for 41 years. The following season, on the way home from a European Cup quarter-final victory against Red Star Belgrade , the aircraft carrying the Manchester United players, officials and journalists crashed while attempting to take off after refuelling in Munich, Germany.
Assistant manager Jimmy Murphy took over as manager while Busby recovered from his injuries and the club's makeshift side reached the FA Cup final , which they lost to Bolton Wanderers.
Despite approval from The Football Association, The Football League determined that the club should not enter the competition, since it had not qualified.
The following season, they finished second in the league, then won the title in and Busby resigned as manager in before being replaced by the reserve team coach, former Manchester United player Wilf McGuinness.
Following an eighth-place finish in the —70 season and a poor start to the —71 season , Busby was persuaded to temporarily resume managerial duties, and McGuinness returned to his position as reserve team coach.
They reached the final again in , beating Liverpool 2—1. Docherty was dismissed shortly afterwards, following the revelation of his affair with the club physiotherapist's wife.
Dave Sexton replaced Docherty as manager in the summer of Sexton was dismissed in , even though the team won the last seven games under his direction.
In —86 , after 13 wins and two draws in its first 15 matches, the club was favourite to win the league, but finished in fourth place. The following season, with the club in danger of relegation by November, Atkinson was dismissed.
Alex Ferguson and his assistant Archie Knox arrived from Aberdeen on the day of Atkinson's dismissal,  and guided the club to an 11th-place finish in the league.
A second consecutive League Cup final appearance followed in , in which the team beat Nottingham Forest 1—0 at Wembley.
Manchester United won the league again in the — and —01 seasons. The team finished third in —02 , before regaining the title in — The club regained the Premier League in the —07 season, before completing the European double in —08 with a 6—5 penalty shoot-out victory over Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League Final in Moscow to go with their 17th English league title.
Ryan Giggs made a record th appearance for the club in that game, overtaking previous record holder Bobby Charlton. After finishing as runner-up to Chelsea in the —10 season, United achieved a record 19th league title in —11, securing the championship with a 1—1 away draw against Blackburn Rovers on 14 May On 8 May , Ferguson announced that he was to retire as manager at the end of the football season, but would remain at the club as a director and club ambassador.
Although Van Gaal's first season saw United once again qualify for the Champions League through a fourth-place finish in the Premier League, his second season saw United go out of the same tournament in the group stage.
Wayne Rooney scored his th goal with United, surpassing Sir Bobby Charlton as United's all-time top scorer, before leaving the club at the end of the season to return to Everton.
The following season, United finished second in the league — their highest finish since but still 19 points behind rivals Manchester City.
Mourinho also guided the club to their 19th FA Cup final , only to lose to Chelsea 1—0. On 18 December , with United in sixth place in the Premier League table, 19 points behind leaders Liverpool and 11 points outside the Champions League places, Mourinho was sacked by the club after games in charge.
The club crest is derived from the Manchester City Council coat of arms , although all that remains of it on the current crest is the ship in full sail.
Newton Heath's uniform in , four years before the club played its first competitive match, has been documented as 'white with blue cord'.
After the name change in , the club colours were changed to red shirts, white shorts, and black socks, which has become the standard Manchester United home kit.
They remained part of their home kits until Black shorts and white socks are sometimes worn with the home strip, most often in away games, if there is a clash with the opponent's kit.
For —19, black shorts and red socks became the primary choice for the home kit. The Manchester United away strip has often been a white shirt, black shorts and white socks, but there have been several exceptions.
These include an all-black strip with blue and gold trimmings between and , the navy blue shirt with silver horizontal pinstripes worn during the — season,  and the —12 away kit, which had a royal blue body and sleeves with hoops made of small midnight navy blue and black stripes, with black shorts and blue socks.
The reason for dropping it being that the players claimed to have trouble finding their teammates against the crowd, United failed to win a competitive game in the kit.
The club's third kit is often all-blue; this was most recently the case during the —15 season. Newton Heath initially played on a field on North Road , close to the railway yard; the original capacity was about 12,, but club officials deemed the facilities inadequate for a club hoping to join The Football League.
In June , after the club was evicted from North Road by its owners, Manchester Deans and Canons, who felt it was inappropriate for the club to charge an entry fee to the ground, secretary A.
Albut procured the use of the Bank Street ground in Clayton. At the opposite end, the "Clayton end", the ground had been "built up, thousands thus being provided for".
The remaining stands were completed for the following league game against Nottingham Forest three weeks later.
When the Bank Street ground was temporarily closed by bailiffs in , club captain Harry Stafford raised enough money to pay for the club's next away game at Bristol City and found a temporary ground at Harpurhey for the next reserves game against Padiham.
The building was constructed by Messrs Brameld and Smith of Manchester. Bombing in the Second World War destroyed much of the stadium; the central tunnel in the South Stand was all that remained of that quarter.
The roofs were supported by pillars that obstructed many fans' views, and they were eventually replaced with a cantilevered structure.
The Stretford End was the last stand to receive a cantilevered roof, completed in time for the —94 season. These were dismantled in and replaced by a lighting system embedded in the roof of each stand, which remains in use today.
The Taylor Report 's requirement for an all-seater stadium lowered capacity at Old Trafford to around 44, by In , the North Stand was redeveloped into three tiers, restoring capacity to approximately 55, At the end of the —99 season, second tiers were added to the East and West Stands, raising capacity to around 67,, and between July and May , 8, more seats were added via second tiers in the north-west and north-east quadrants.
Part of the new seating was used for the first time on 26 March , when an attendance of 69, became a new Premier League record. Manchester United is one of the most popular football clubs in the world, with one of the highest average home attendances in Europe.
After the Glazer family's takeover in , a group of fans formed a splinter club, F. United of Manchester. The West Stand of Old Trafford — the " Stretford End " — is the home end and the traditional source of the club's most vocal support.
The rivalry with Liverpool is rooted in competition between the cities during the Industrial Revolution when Manchester was famous for its textile industry while Liverpool was a major port.
With 33 titles between them 20 for Manchester United, 13 for Arsenal this fixture has become known as one of the finest Premier League match-ups in history.
The core strength of Manchester United's global brand is often attributed to Matt Busby's rebuilding of the team and subsequent success following the Munich air disaster, which drew worldwide acclaim.
The attacking style of play adopted by this team in contrast to the defensive-minded " catenaccio " approach favoured by the leading Italian teams of the era "captured the imagination of the English footballing public".
As the second English football club to float on the London Stock Exchange in , the club raised significant capital, with which it further developed its commercial strategy.
The club's focus on commercial and sporting success brought significant profits in an industry often characterised by chronic losses. This attention often generates greater interest in on-the-field activities, and hence generates sponsorship opportunities — the value of which is driven by television exposure.
Because higher league placement results in a greater share of television rights, success on the field generates greater income for the club.
Since the inception of the Premier League, Manchester United has received the largest share of the revenue generated from the BSkyB broadcasting deal.
Additionally, Manchester United-branded media services — such as the club's dedicated television channel, MUTV — have allowed the club to expand its fan base to those beyond the reach of its Old Trafford stadium.
The club's first kit manufacturer was Umbro , until a five-year deal was agreed with Admiral Sportswear in On 30 July , United signed a seven-year deal with American automotive corporation General Motors , which replaced Aon as the shirt sponsor from the —15 season.
This resulted in the formation of Shareholders United Against Murdoch — now the Manchester United Supporters' Trust — who encouraged supporters to buy shares in the club in an attempt to block any hostile takeover.
McManus , who had gradually become the majority shareholders. In a dispute that stemmed from contested ownership of the horse Rock of Gibraltar , Magnier and McManus attempted to have Ferguson removed from his position as manager, and the board responded by approaching investors to attempt to reduce the Irishmen's majority.
In May , Malcolm Glazer purchased the On 30 January, reports emerged that the Manchester United Supporters' Trust had held meetings with a group of wealthy fans, dubbed the "Red Knights", with plans to buying out the Glazers' controlling interest.
The New York Stock Exchange allows for different shareholders to enjoy different voting rights over the club.
Shares offered to the public "Class A" had 10 times lesser voting rights than shares retained by the Glazers "Class B".
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Manchester United is one of the most successful clubs in Europe in terms of trophies won.
Since then, they have gone on to win a record 20 top-division titles — including a record 13 Premier League titles — and their total of 12 FA Cups is second only to Arsenal Those titles have meant the club has appeared a record 30 times in the FA Community Shield formerly the FA Charity Shield , which is played at the start of each season between the winners of the league and FA Cup from the previous season; of those 30 appearances, Manchester United have won a record 21, including four times when the match was drawn and the trophy shared by the two clubs.
The club had a successful period under the management of Matt Busby , starting with the FA Cup in and culminating with becoming the first English club to win the European Cup in , winning five league titles in the intervening years.
They also won the Double winning the Premier League and FA Cup in the same season three times during the s; before their first in —94, it had only been done five times in English football, so when they won a second in —96 — the first club to do it twice — it was referred to as the "Double Double".
That Champions League title entered them into the Intercontinental Cup , which they went on to win, making them the only British club to do so.
Another Champions League title in meant they qualified for the FIFA Club World Cup , which they also won; until , they were also the only British team to win that competition.
A team called Manchester United Supporters Club Ladies began operations in the late s and was unofficially recognised as the club's senior women's team.
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BBC Sports. BBC News. The Independent. London: Independent Print. In a temporary rule change to prevent the football calender from getting even more packed in wake of the coronavirus pandemic, there will be no replays this season so the match must be settled on the day, through extra-time and penalties if required.
The game will be the beginning of a busy week for United as they will then travel to Fulham on January 12 before facing another away game at bitter rivals Liverpool the following weekend.
United will be entering the FA Cup in the third round with four non-league clubs in Marine, Chorley, Stockport County and either Canvey Island or Boreham Wood, who face off in the last match of the second round, also in the same stage.
Watford were relegated from the Premier League last season but are already looking like they will be able to make an instant return to the top flight.
They currently sit third in the Championship behind fellow relegated sides Norwich City and Bournemouth. United won the home fixture , however.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be aiming to go one step further in this year's tournament as they were knocked out by Chelsea in last year's semi-finals at Wembley.
United last won the tournament in , defeating Crystal Palace in Louis van Gaal's last game in charge.
They have lifted the trophy on 12 different occasions, a record only bettered by Arsenal. By Daniel Murphy.
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