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COMPETITION: Win a retro Manchester United shirt

RoM is able to give away an old school Manchester United shirt thanks to the people at Campo Retro. They have a range of United shirts dating from the 1957 FA Cup final to the 1999 Champions League final.

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To enter, take a look at all the United shirts they have on offer and pick one. Then decide which United player you would look to see in that shirt and why. Simply fill in the information below.

Win a retro Manchester United shirt

 

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About Scott

Scott is the editor of Red Matters - 50 Years of Supporting Manchester United and an author of Play Like Fergie's Boys and Not Nineteen Forever. He writes for ESPN, The Metro and Bleacher Report. Follow @R_o_M on Twitter.

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16 Comments

  1. KeanosMagicHat says:

    In addition to the shirts, I’m loving that ’68 tracksuit top!

  2. Norman-85 says:

    I can remember having the 1977-78 tracksuit – never had it off me.
    Small point though, the 1977-78 away kit (and tracksuit) only had 3 black stripes – these replica’s have 4)

  3. joshua says:

    Glory glory days of man u is it over?
    In united will I leave and die
    Kudos to Solcher united super sup.love ya all.

  4. United till I die says:

    Still have my red 1985 Utd shirt with #7 on the back. Love seeing all the retro shirts in the pub on match day days here in America. Most of the ex pats who get together for the games here are usually in the older jerseys instead of the new crap that’s released.

  5. whizdude says:

    theatre of dreams is my heaven

  6. chuffer says:

    @Norman
    ’77 kit was the best ever……….remember Buchan, Macari & Pancho Pearson strutting around in that – happy days!!

  7. Norman-85 says:

    @chuffer – remember the 1979 centenary version – Jimmy Greenhoff v Liverpool, FA Cup semi-final 1979 – magical.

  8. chuffer says:

    @ Norman,
    we always had the run on them ‘scousers back then……..we were shit in the League but always turned them over. We didn’t win much but something very magical about United in the 70′s and early 80′s…….maybe just cause I was a kid. And don’t get me started on Whiteside…..only a couple of days difference in age……….I just lovved the Oirish genius!!

  9. Norman-85 says:

    eight years unbeaten at anfield (1979 – 1988) – oh they didn’t like that.

    here’s a wee gem for your pleasure: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9_gSv7ZRlo

  10. okada saul says:

    i can’t forget the 1999 treble and it will remain in my medula oblongata,glory,glory man united

  11. DreadedRed says:

    I have entered the competition. I choose the 1968 Euro Cup Final shirt.

    Denis Law is the player that I would have liked to have seen wearing that 1968 Euro Cup Final shirt. Our top scorer in the 3 previous seasons, Law was unfortunately in hospital recovering from a knee operation. Yes, his replacement on the day Brian Kidd did score, but the Lawman deserved a place on the field in what was to be perhaps our finest moment.

  12. Canada says:

    I already have the ’68 cup final.
    Absolutely love it when the old geezers see it and recognize. Many share a story with me, as of course “you’re too young to have seen X play, but my word he was X”

    Biggest club in the world, amazing history, fantastic fans.

  13. The Truth says:

    Beautiful shirts.

  14. Wee Toms Ligaments says:

    I wish I were cool enough to wear the Best 73. I just do not have the hair anymore to do it justice.

  15. dunnie1982 says:

    I entered and choose the 1985 F.A. Cup shirt. Roy Keane was the player I choose because Keane and Robson in their prime in the same starting 11 would have been unstoppable.

  16. BuddyJackson says:

    Gotta be the 77 shirt. Love the 77 jacket too. Could maybe reuse the style for future away shirts it’s that cool.

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