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We're the Famous Man United: Old Trafford in the 80s

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Trade paperback edition of Andy Mitten's acclaimed bestseller, featuring the candid recollections of former United players Bryan Robson, Gordon McQueen, Gary Bailey, Billy Garton, Arthur Albiston, Clayton Blackmore, Alan Brazil, Frank Stapleton, Arnold Muhren and Ron Atkinson. Through the 11 chapters - each a mini-autobiography of each player - we build up a picture not ju ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published May 1st 2011 by Vision Sports Publishing
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Luke433
Jan 05, 2012 rated it liked it
Good read & view on how things were back in the eighties at Utd.
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Enjoyable read but I'm a Manchester United fan, It my not appeal to readers who aren't...
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