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Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 25th August 2017, 10:27
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Football Authorities and Their Shame in Addressing the Dementia Problem

Football Authorities and Their Shame in Addressing the Dementia Problem

Yesterday, Dawn Astle, the wonderful, passionate, fiery daughter of the late Jeff Astle, West Bromwich Albion’s former...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 25th April 2017, 16:26
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Willie Satinoff

Willie Satinoff Resting Place

It is rather ironic that the preceding 10 days before the Munich tragedy happened, shaped the future and destiny of Manchester United Football Club. The decision to...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 20th February 2017, 06:26
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Dementia – The Shame of the PFA and FA

This morning, Wednesday 15 February 2017, Gordon Taylor and the Professional Footballer’s Association issued the following media statement;

“The Professional Footballers’ Association welcomes the...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 13th January 2017, 04:33
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Support for Dementia Sufferers in Football – Is There an Answer?

Back in December 2016, I penned two articles raising the subject of Dementia in football, and how it affected players and ex – players, and highlighted the pressures and stress that caring for them,...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 17th December 2016, 22:44
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Dementia -the FA, PFA and Means Testing

Dementia – the FA, PFA, and Means Testing
Just recently, I wrote an article highlighting the tragedy of dementia in football and how little help families with loved ones who are suffering from the...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 12th December 2016, 17:44
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Lest We Forget Them - The Tragedy of Dementia in Football

Lest We Forget Them – the Tragedy of Dementia in Football

Dementia in any form is a debilitating form of sickness. It is not just a specific disease. It is an overall term which describes a wide...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 15th February 2014, 00:34
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Sir Tom Finney

I was saddened to hear, just a few hours ago, of the passing of Sir Tom Finney. Without doubt he was one of the greatest players ever to grace the game. I just wish that people today could have...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 11th February 2014, 06:32
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David Moyes

This piece was written for the Red News edition which came out this weekend ... it was written just after the Chelsea game.

David Moyes
For the past 23 years, under probably the greatest...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 11th February 2014, 06:32
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David Moyes

This piece was written for the Red News edition which came out this weekend ... it was written just after the Chelsea game.

David Moyes
For the past 23 years, under probably the greatest...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 10th October 2012, 19:22
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Beyond the Pitch

http://www.beyondthepitch.net/podcasts/edition/index.cfm/beyond%2Dthe%2Dpitch/2012/09/27/manchester%2Dunited%2D14/
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 11th July 2012, 16:54
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Interview With Global Football Today

http://manutd.globalfootballtoday.com/2012/07/on-boy-with-marilyn-monroe-wiggle.html?spref=fb
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 28th March 2012, 16:25
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The Magic Sponge

This piece is appearing in the latest issue of Red News.

“The Magic Sponge”

I suppose that when they come to update the written history of football, one of the most significant events of the...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 6th March 2012, 20:10
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Down Our Street

Down Our Street

“Down Our Street
There are married men and ladies fair
Dancing mad in the midnight air
And there’s several jawbones missing, where?
Down our street."

So goes the chorus to a...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 23rd January 2012, 16:50
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Black Country Boy

This is a tribute to the 'Big Fella' that I wrote and the wonderful Pete Martin Put to Music and recorded . Enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xk0YAmlzlCc
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 19th January 2012, 18:27
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The Day that the‘Teddy Boy' Jibe Angered Jimmy Murphy

Any mention of the name Pearson to most Manchester United fans today, and there is no doubt that they would tell you that you were referring to either Stan Pearson, who played for United from 1937 –...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 6th November 2011, 15:31
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Sir Matt & Sir Alex - The Wonder of Two

Sir Matt and Sir Alex - The Wonder of Two

In 1878, the workers of the Carriage and Wagon Works at the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway were granted permission by their bosses to form a football...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 27th September 2011, 17:25
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Owen Hargreaves - Man of Glass

Owen Hargreaves – A Man of Glass?

On Thursday, September 22, stories broke in the UK national newspapers stating that the former Manchester United midfield player, Owen Hargreaves, had suggested...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 20th September 2011, 16:43
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Gone - But Not Forgotten

Gone – But Not Forgotten

September 20th marks the birth date of not only one of Manchester United’s greatest players, but also of one of the nicest human beings, a person could wish to meet. In...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 12th September 2011, 03:03
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In The Shadow of a Giant's Footsteps

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In The Shadow of a Giant’s Footsteps

Nostalgia as I have always said, is a wonderful thing; simply and purely...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 31st August 2011, 22:15
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The Blue Plaques

The Blue Plaques

In September 2010, I was contacted through Red News by schoolmaster Chris Hirst. Chris is the Director of Learning at Stretford High School, which is situated on Greatstone Road,...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 1st May 2011, 20:53
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BBC Film - "United"

BBC Film – “United”

The BBC production of the film ‘United’ which aired on Sunday, April 24th, was always going to be found in many ways, controversial. The sheer magnitude of the subject evokes...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 20th February 2011, 18:37
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Duncan Edwards - A Myth - or - Just a Marvel?

Duncan Edwards – Just a Myth – or - Was He Just a Marvel?

Over the last few weeks one subject that caught my eye was the one which referenced Ryan Giggs being voted as United’s “best ever player.”...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 15th January 2011, 16:08
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This was the last in the series of articles about...

This was the last in the series of articles about post war Manchester United Captains. It's been a pleasure to write them and they were done in helping a young man named Simon Wadsworth to write a...
Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 15th January 2011, 08:59
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Post United Captains - Eric Cantona

United Captains – Eric Cantona

“Of all the many qualities a good team must possess, the supreme essential for me is penetration. And Eric brought the can-opener.”
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Forum: Tom Clare's History of Manchester United 23rd December 2010, 01:05
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For those of you who haven't seen it: “Man...

For those of you who haven't seen it:

“Man U” or “Man Utd” – Where Did it Originate From?

Once again the old chestnut about the origination of the term “Man U” or “Man Utd” has reared its ugly...
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