Manchester United is a legendary English team. It is Manchester United that has the largest number of records, titles and big names. The matches of this team and its livescore are especially popular among football fans in England and all over the world.
The club was formed in 1878 as a factory team called Newton Heath and only 24 years later, in 1902, it was renamed Manchester United. After 6 years of performances, the team won the first gold in the top division of England, and then became the owner of the FA Cup in 1909 and the winner of the national championship in 1911.
Manchester United is the first English team that reached the semi-finals of the European Champions Cup, where Real Madrid crossed their path. Much of the success is associated with the name of Matt Busby, who joined the team in 1956. In 1958, the club experienced a tragedy when eight people from the main team were killed in a plane crash.
In 1969 Busby resigned his position, after which Manchester United began to lose points and leadership in the English football division. Five years later, the team was read out of the Premier League livescores to the lower division, where during the next season it confidently gained points and a year later joined the elite division.
Recent history of Manchester United
Winning the 1990 FA Cup was a real start to success. Thanks to it, the helm of the team was taken by Sir Alex Ferguson, who should have been fired for a number of unsuccessful matches before. With him Manchester United won the Cup Winners’ Cup, and in 1993 achieved success in the result Premier League. A big role in the victory was played by the purchase of Eric Canton from Leeds, who became the leader of the team along with such players as:
- Gary Pallister;
- Paul Ince;
- Ryan Giggs.
In the 90s, Manchester United became the absolute favorite of the English Premier League, which you can still see in the livescore on all football statistics websites. The team won the championships and the FA Cup for several years in a row, and in 1999 it became the winner of the Champions League. Already in the 2006/07 season, the team again won the national championship, the UEFA Cup and the Champions League. In the 2010/11 season, it won the nineteenth title of the champion of England, ahead of Liverpool, and became the most titled team in the history of English football. The following year, the Red Devils lost the title of Championship winner to Manchester City, but took the victory back that season. The 2012/13 season was Manchester United’s last season with Sir Alex Ferguson as head coach, now retired. The successor was Scotsman David Moyes, who came from Everton. You can view the current Premier League results on the sports statistics website. So far, the result does not show the dominance of Manchester United, as in the old days, but after the return of Cristiano Ronaldo in 2021, the team began to show a bright game and brought back a significant part of the fans.