A reminder that Manchester United weren't always too rich to go down | Barney

07 December 2018 08:00

Manchester United being relegated is now unthinkable but when they went down in 1973 the club was revitalisedThere was a good story at the start of this week’s BT Sport documentary Too Good To Go Down, a highly watchable 90-minute blockbuster about Manchester United’s relegation in 1973. Ten minutes into the film the United winger Willie Morgan starts to talk about Wilf McGuinness, who enjoyed an uneasy succession to Matt Busby. Related: Manchester United are crumbling, so why the lack of fan fury? | Jonathan Wilson Related: Ederson leads the way as a ball-playing Premier League midfielder in gloves Related: Manchester United v Fulham: match preview Continue reading. .read full article

Source: TheGuardian