The Big Manchester United Book Of The Seventies

£39.99

 

ADVANCED PURCHASE NAME IN THE BOOK SCHEME

The Manchester United Book of the Seventies is the most comprehensive and thorough retrospective look at the decade imaginable, including  match reports, player profiles, in-depth statistical information, a month by month diary,  plus a multitude of rarely seen or long-forgotten photos and memorabilia.

The book also contains interviews with many iconic players, who bring the era back to life in their own words. The Manchester United Book of the Seventies encapsulates the decade at Old Trafford like never before… this book will be treasured by every United supporter.

  • Over 400 page hard-back
  • Large Format
  • Over 100 photos, many never seen before
  • Foreword by Martin Buchan
  • Written by respected club authors and historians
    – Roy Cavanagh and Carl Abbott


GET YOUR NAME IN THE BOOK

All advanced purchasers will have their name automatically included in the Manchester United fans’ roll of honour section of the book.

DIFFERENT NAME TO THE PURCHASER

If you would like a different name to appear than the purchaser’s, simply e-mail david@legendspublishing.net after making payment and inform us of the name change.

EXTRA NAMES

Two extra names can be added per book ordered at a cost of £10 per name. Simply e-mail david@legendspublishing.net after making payment and inform us of the extra names and an online payment request will be sent to you.

If you have any issues while purchasing the book online, please e-mail david@legendspublishing with your phone number and he can call you to take credit/debit card payment. 

The book will be launched in September 2021 and all advanced purchase orders will be dispatched as soon as they are back from the printers.

OVERSEAS SUPPORTERS: We can arrange to post the books anywhere in the world, however, we will have to settle the extra postage/courier costs when the books are ready to send. In the meantime a flat fee will be charged during the check-out.

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ADVANCED PURCHASE NAME IN THE BOOK SCHEME

The Manchester United Book of the Seventies is the most comprehensive and thorough retrospective look at the decade imaginable, including  match reports, player profiles, in-depth statistical information, a month by month diary,  plus a multitude of rarely seen or long-forgotten photos and memorabilia.

The book also contains interviews with many iconic players, who bring the era back to life in their own words. The Manchester United Book of the Seventies encapsulates the decade at Old Trafford like never before… this book will be treasured by every United supporter.

  • Over 400 page hard-back
  • Large Format
  • Over 100 photos, many never seen before
  • Foreword by Martin Buchan
  • Written by respected club authors and historians –
    Roy Cavanagh and Carl Abbott


GET YOUR NAME IN THE BOOK

All advanced purchasers will have their name automatically included in the Manchester United fans’ roll of honour section of the book.

DIFFERENT NAME TO THE PURCHASER

If you would like a different name to appear than the purchaser’s, simply e-mail david@legendspublishing.net after making payment and inform us of the name change.

EXTRA NAMES

Two extra names can be added per book ordered at a cost of £10 per name. Simply e-mail david@legendspublishing.net after making payment and inform us of the extra names and an online payment request will be sent to you.

If you have any issues while purchasing the book online, please e-mail david@legendspublishing with your phone number and he can call you to take credit/debit card payment. 

The book will be launched in September 2021 and all advanced purchase orders will be dispatched as soon as they are back from the printers.

OVERSEAS SUPPORTERS: We can arrange to post the books anywhere in the world, however, we will have to settle the extra postage/courier costs when the books are ready to send. In the meantime a flat fee will be charged during the check-out.

Additional information

Weight 1.9 kg

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