Manchester United - Busby's Glory: The Winning Of The 1968 European Cup

John Maguire

For Manchester United, the winning of the European Cup in 1968 was the fulfillment of a dream. Sir Matt Busby had seen his hopes of winning the competition in 1958 shattered by the Munich Air Disaster. His quest in 1968 was to become the first team in England to win the trophy, whilst dedicating it to those who died at Munich.

This e-book celebrates the 1968 European Cup final in the form of a retrospective programme.  It includes everything about the winning of the trophy from United’s Road to Wembley with specially completed match reports, to profiles of the players, and a short history on their opponents Benfica.

A section advertising available memorabilia is also included.

All in all ‘Busby’s Glory’ is a true celebration of an historic success.

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About the author

John Maguire is an independent author, who has an avid interest in books, and writing about sport in general. He set out self publishing in the nineties, and sold his books at Sportspages in Manchester and with the Association of Football Statisticians. He tried the e-Book format in its infancy, and this now offers him the perfect platform for you to try his books on a global scale. 

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