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The Image That Represents Our Club

The LG Blog got in touch with RoM in regards to running a competition. They’re looking for the most iconic representation of our club in the form of a photograph and they will post the winning image on their blog.

To enter: simply attach your photos to an e-mail or upload and send the link to

The deadline is Feburary 28th so get them in quickly! There are some pretty obvious choices that you will see below, but the picture most likely to win is a rarer image, whether it be from an unusual angle that’s not usually seen, or an image which doesn’t get much coverage.

Also, don’t forget about the Denis Law t-shirt competition where answering an easy question could win you t-shirt dedicated to the King of the Stretford End.

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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  1. mltezr says:

    something from the busby babes.
    shows our history and that we are more than a football club, we are a way of life

  2. Bishopville Red says:

    There’s something totally spot-on that always resonates with me when I see this picture. Typical Manchester United:


  3. Ed says:

    mltezr is absolutely spot on. That image of the final line up of the Busby Babes represents our club in a way that cannot be matched by any more modern picture. It still brings a tear to my eye to see that photograph, and they perished 33 years before I was born.

  4. bchilds says:

    How beautiful is that image Bishopville Red – love it!

  5. kokka78 says:

    I agree the one Bishopville posted is also one of my favourite too.

    in the one Scott added on here i would pic the first one,with Giggs on it i guess is the player represent us most at the moment.

    It represent what United mean,longevity,grace,loyalty,devotion,proud,love.


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