Made in Manchester is launched today in celebration of Manchester United’s incredible academy, which has produced countless household names and world class talents who’ve won it all.
In December 2019, Manchester United celebrated the incredible feat of including a Manchester United academy graduate in 4000 consecutive matchday squads. Tony Park, who writes the foreword, has been followed the history of United’s youth teams in great detail.
This e-book was last launched in 2015, a year before Marcus Rashford made his debut and when Mason Greenwood was just 13-years-old. This version contains updated accounts and new additions from the current day and the past.
Over the years, thanks to your support, we have raised £8k for the NHS Trafford Macmillan Wellbeing Centre and we hope to add even more to that this year. The e-book is available for a minimum of £5 but feel free to donate more. All profit goes directly to the centre. Type your e-mail address and the amount you’d like to pay in the box below.
Contents: Foreword – Tony Park, Sir Bobby Charlton – Daniel Taylor, Ryan Giggs- Andy Mitten, Bill Foulkes – Tom Clare, Nicky Butt – Daniel Harris, Norman Whiteside – Sam Pilger, David Beckham – Ollie Holt, George Best – Laurie Hanna, Marcus Rashford – Nooruddean Choudry, Gary Neville – Alex Shaw, Russell Beardsmore – Mark Ogden, Scott McTominay – Laurie Whitwell, Dennis Viollet – Tom Clare, Phil Neville – Mike Keegan, Duncan Edwards – John Ludden, Mark Hughes – Ed Barker, Nobby Stiles – Barney Chilton, Darren Fletcher – Callum Hamilton, Paul Pogba – Dale O’Donnell, Brian Kidd – Lewis Dean, Wes Brown – Justin Mottershead, Roger Byrne – Steve Black, Paul Scholes – Paul Gunning, Eddie Colman – manutdreserves, John O’Shea – Paul Ansorge, Jackie Blanchflower – Roy Cavanagh, Jonny Evans – Greg Johnson, Mason Greenwood – Harry Robinson, Stan Pearson – Tom Clare, Jack Crompton – Iain McCartney, Danny Welbeck – Adam McKola and The importance of youth – Scott Patterson.
The RoM Manchester United 2021-22 season preview is now available for just £6. It includes articles from the country's best football writers about our expectations for the season ahead and our brightest talents, as well as proposed transfer business and which youth players to keep an eye out for. All profit goes to Trafford Macmillan so please support this fantastic cause.