The Matt Busby story celebrating the man who rebuilt Manchester United twice. But in many ways this is the story of pre-war poverty in industrial Scotland, post-war expansion; and the birth of popular culture.
This tells the tale of his 25 years with the club, as he built three great teams and considered one of the greatest managers of all time. Not bad for a man from the humblest of beginnings in a Scottish mining village.
It features the standard interviews with former players, but has added wisdom of the biographers Michael Crick, Patrick Barclay and Eamonn Dunphy.
Standard fare but i was suitable entertained.
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