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Now out. '1958, A personal account of that fateful year for Manchester United.' by Roy Cavanagh MBE. The print edition via Kindle via

“Man United have some world class players but it seemed like we just wanted it a lot more. With the bigger teams, teams like us will always want it a lot more and their quality wasn’t enough to beat us and our hard work and endeavour was enough to get us over the line. They have got some great players but I don’t think Man U turned up today. We have played against Arsenal and Man City and you can really see the quality and one mistake or a lack of concentration and a goal will go in. I don’t think they were at it from the start of the game - a lot of their players went missing. First-half, they were making a lot of mistakes, giving the ball away. I think it was down to our pressing, being aggressive and on the front foot. And obviously, they didn’t like it. I could see their centre-halves on the ball, and didn’t know what to do with it."