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The Cup winning sets can also be found on the Football - FA Cup Finals page Football - league Cup page and the Vintage Style sets can be found on the Football - Vintage Style page.
This is an 18 card set representing the Great Busby Babes. Each card contains a mini biography on its reverse side.
18 piece sets dedicated to Manchester United's Cup Triumphs.
Matt Busby led his Reds to Wembley to face Blackpool and their enigmatic winger Stanley Matthews. Despite falling behind United finally triumphed with goals from Rowley (2), Pearson and Anderson.
Matt Busby had led United to their first title since 1911. Jack Rowley hit 30 goals as Johnny Carey captained the team.
Matt Busby's Reds took the title in 1956. Roger Byrne captained the side as Tommy Taylor hit 25 goals.
Manchester United successfully defended the title in 1957. Matt Busby's team were captained by Roger Byrne. Liam Whelan hit 26 goals.
The Reds met Perrenial finalists Leicester City and eased to a 3-1 victory with a goal from legend Denis Law and a pair from David Herd.
Manchester United made history when they became the first English side to lift the European Cup. A brace from Charlton and goals from Kidd and Best saw them overcome a skillful Benfica side.
Manchester United faced rivals Liverpool after the disappointment of 1976. This time Tommy Docherty led them to triumph with goals from Stuart Pearson and Jimmy Greenhoff.
After a thrilling 2-2 in the FA Cup final Manchester United faced a replay against Brighton & Hove Albion. In the replay they were far to strong for the Seagulls and ran out 4-0 winners with goals from Robson (2), Whiteside and Muhren.
The Reds faced a revitalised Everton team in a dramatic final. Despite having a man sent off they won with a dramatic winner from Young Norman Whiteside.
Manchester United faced off against a talented Crystal Palace and both teams earned a replay as they fought out a 3-3 draw. Manchester United eventually won the repaly with a goal from Lee Martin.
Two of football's greatest managers faced each other as Alex Ferguson's Manchester United played Brain Clough's Nottingham Forest for the trophy. An early goal from Brian McClair sealed victory for the Reds.
Alex Ferguson led United to his first league title. Bryan Robson captained the team while Mark Hughes scored 15 goals.
Alex Ferguson's United successfully defended the title in 1993-94. Steve Bruce was captain in the absence of Bryan Robson. Eric Cantona hit 18 goals.
Opponents Chelsea were simply blown away by a four goal salvo in the second half of this one sided final. Two penalties from Cantona, a goal from Hughes and a last minute strike from McClair saw off the blues.
Manchester United, under Alex Ferguson, took back the title in 1995-96. Steve Bruce captained the side as Eric Cantona hit 14 goals.
Manchester Utd faced off against brightly suited Liverpool with both teams eager to put one over on their rivals. It was down to Eric Cantona to hit the winner for the Reds as the game drew to a close.
It was another set of back to back titles for Alex Ferguson's Reds. Eric Cantona was the captain as Ole Gunnar Solksjaer top scored with 18 goals.
Under Alex Ferguson, Manchester United achieved the first leg of their historic treble in 1999. Roy Keane was captain as Dwight Yorke hit 18 goals.
The Reds faced a Newcastle United returing to Wembley to Avenge defeat in the previous year's final. An early loss of Captaine keane to injury did not matter as his replacement, Sheringham, scored an almost instant goal. Paul Scholes wrapped the game up in the second half.
Manchester United faced Bayern Munich in the final and got off to the worst start but goals in the final minutes from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gave them a 2-1 victory.
It was two in a row again for Alex Ferguson's United. Roy Keane was captain again as Dwight Yorke hit 20 goals.
Alex Ferguson's United scored a hat-trick of title wins with another victory in 2001. Roy Keane was still captain as Teddy Sheringham scored 15 goals.
Alex Ferguson led Manchester United to another title in 2002-03. Roy Keane was the captain while Ruud van Nistelrooy hit 25 goals.
The Reds faced Championship opposition in the shape of Millwall. Two goals from Van Nistelrooy and a header from Ronaldo eased them past the Lions for another FA Cup triumph.
Manchester United proved to be too much for Wigan Athletic as they ran out 4-0 winners with goals from Cristiano Ronaldo, Louis Saha and a brace from Wayne Rooney.
The title came back to Old Trafford for United's 16th title. Alex Ferguson managed the team. Gary Neville was captain as Cristiano Ronaldo top scored with 17 goals.
Ferguson made it two titles in a row for Manchester United. Ryan Giggs stepped
in as captain during Gary Neville's injury. Cristiano Ronaldo top scored with
Manchester United faced English rivals Chelsea in Moscow for the coveted trophy and with the game deadlocked at 1-1 The Reds triumphed in a dramatic penalty shootout.
Manchester United faced holders Tottenham Hotspur for the trophy and the evenly matched game finished 0-0. The Reds won the resulting penalty shootiout.
Man Utd made it a hat-trick of titles under the management of Alex Ferguson. Gary Neville captained the team as Cristiano Ronaldo hit 18 goals.
Manchester United faced high Scoring Aston Villa for the 2010 League Cup trophy. Villa scored early but goals from Michael Owen and Wayne Rooney took the trophy back to Old Trafford.
United were back on form to take the title in 2010-11. Alex Ferguson's Reds were captained by Nemanja Vidic as Dimitar Berbatov top scored with 20 goals.
Alex Ferguson led United to the title for the last time before retiring. Nemanja Vidic was captain and Robin Van Persie hit 26 goals. It would be United's 20th title.
Manchester United faced Crystal Palace for the FA Cup and had to come from behind to win the trophy with goals from Juan Mata and a wonder strike from Jesse Lingard.
The Reds raced in to a 2-0 lead with goals from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Jesse Lingard against Southampton but were shocked as the Saints pulled the game back to 2-2. It took a last minute goal from Ibrahimovic to win the game.
Goals from Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan were enough for Manchester United of England to beat Ajax of Holland 2-0 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Other sets for The Reds.
This 9 card set is one of the Vintage Style sets available for most of the top teams of the last 30 years. For other clubs see the Vintage Style Football link at the top left of this page.
Arthur Albiston, Martin Buchan, Mickey Thomas, Lou Macari, Sammy McIlroy, Mike Duxbury, Jimmy Nicholl, Steve Coppell