- Nov 12, 2008
- Reichenbach Falls
Big Jim grinning after committing GBH on an opposition player. Brian Kidd looks on as Lou Macari talks to the ref.
Ah brilliant. Loved Sammy.
A 17-year-old Sammy McIlroy leaves Alan Oakes on the ground during his debut at Maine Road in a thrilling 3-3 draw. Sammy scored one in the game. One of the most memorable derby games I can remember.
I'll post more when I find them.
Haha. Definetly looks like an album cover but dont know if I would like it thoughLooking forward to the new album
Thats actually a brilliant picture. My dad first went to see United against Wolves in 79 ( we lost 1 3) and said that he was never more scared in his life when the calvary confronted the fans.
Old Trafford circa 1975. Check out the bags and flares on display.
Do you have any good ones from the 90s?
Denis Law, Pat Dunne, Pat Crerand, George Best, and Tony Dunne walk by the under-construction cantilever stand that was built for the 1966 World Cup.
I'll see what I can do.Do you have any good ones from the 90s?
Great work by the way
What an amazing photo, the chimneys in the background harking back to the industrial beginnings of United, love it.
1967. Photo taken from the pitch level of the Stretford End Paddock. We had the infamous slope even then.
Trafford Park was, at that time, the biggest industrial estate in Europe.What an amazing photo, the chimneys in the background harking back to the industrial beginnings of United, love it.
Absolutely, I absolutely understand that in the modern world people want more comfort and amenities (and there's nothing wrong with that - not having a dig) but personally I've always loved OT and don't want it to change, even when my feet are so cold I can't feel them, kind of an excuse to make sure you spend as much time standing and singing as possible!Trafford Park was, at that time, the biggest industrial estate in Europe.