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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

"Everything changed... the players kept an amazing attitude. We also came back against Chelsea, which was good, but to come back from 2-0 down away home against a team fighting desperately for points and scoring in the last minute gives us a great feeling. It's the feeling that Manchester City start had at the beginning of the season when they won against Bournemouth in the 97th minute, and someone else in the 96th minute, it gives a great feeling for our fight, which is top four. It's very important because it gives us the points but also a good feeling."