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My Manchester United Years

Bobby Charlton

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Biography: general, Autobiography: sport, Memoirs, Prose: non-fiction

The most sought-after sports book of all time

Bobby Charlton is Manchester United through and through. One of the original 'Busby Babes'; he has devoted his career to the club, playing in 754 games over 17 years and winning everything the game had to offer. He played alongside some of the greats such as Best and Law, suffered devastating defeats and was involved in one of the greatest football tragedies of all time.

Here, for the very first time, he tells the story of those United years, how he tasted FA Cup victory in the emotional final of 1963, won three First Division championships and in 1968 reached the pinnacle of club success - winning the European Cup. Inevitably, such highs are balanced with no less dramatic lows, such as the 1957 European Cup semi-final, the highly charged 1958 FA Cup loss which followed only weeks after the Munich Air disaster, and the 1969 European Cup defeat by Milan.

The legacy that Bobby Charlton gives to United is beyond compare.

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Praise for My Manchester United Years

  • For anyone who loves football, this book cannot be ignored - Leo McKinstry, The Times

  • beautifully crafted - Daily Mail

  • enthralling - Scotsman

  • It is the greatest story of British sport - Sunday Express

  • With many autobiographies you wonder what the point was. Not this one. Not only is Bobby Charlton a figure whose life story should be told, but he has done so in a book of at times agonising honesty - FourFourTwo

  • It's a fantastic book. I couldn't put it down. It has everything I would want a player of mine to know and feel about the game. Bobby Charlton is a great man and he has told a great story - Sir Alex Ferguson

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