Biography of Sir Matt Busby

Sir Matt Busby is one of the greatest football manager in mainland Britain, was born in Orbiston, Lanakhshire Scotland May 26, 1909. Sir Matt Busby is a representation of Manchester United and Manchester City. Matt Busby joined Manchester City, February 11, 1928 with his debut against Middlesbrough. Matt Busby later moved to Liverpool with a contract value of Euro 8000 in March 1936. Accomplishments as a coach can only be equaled Sir Alex Ferguson.

Busby became United's first boss after the war on February 19, 1945. Red Devils manager Previously on hold Scott Duncan, who resigned in 1937. To fill the void, diarsiteki United club secretary Walter Crickmer. Busby later career at United until 1971 to figure who united a team conjure frightening in mainland UK with a core squad Johnny Carey, John Aston, Allenby Chilton, Charlie Mitten, Jack Rowley and Stan Pearson. In 1948 United won the FA Cup after beating Blackpool 4-2. Previous runner-up four times in 1947-1949 and 1951.

Busby's United with the foundation to build young players who pioneered in the early 1950s. Results upbringing like Jeff Busby Whitefoot, Jackie Blanchflower and Roger Byrne then fill the starting line-up. In the year 1957/1958 United into Champions Cup semifinals but lost to Real Madrid.

The next season, 1957-1958, united experience disaster. On February 6, 1958, a plane carrying the team from the European Cup match against Red Star Belgrade crashed after refueling in Munich. Twenty-three people were killed, including Busby's eight players - Geoff Bent, Roger Byrne, Eddie Colman, Duncan Edwards, Mark Jones, David Pegg, Tommy Taylor and Billy Whelan. Three club officials were also killed - secretary Walter Crickmer, trainer Tom Curry and coach Bert Whalley. This is the biggest disaster in the history of Manchester United. Busby suffered severe injuries, but he can be saved and returned to Manchester 71 days after the accident.

After taking the train again united in August 1958, Busby brings Quixall Albert, Noel Cantwell, Denis Law and Pat Crerand to MU. This squad reached the final of the FA Cup in 1963 and beat Leicester City 3-1 and became the first trophy was achieved after the Munich tragedy. Then they won the League title in 1965 and 1967, however in 1967-1968, united champions advanced to the finals trophy at Wembley to face the Portuguese team Benfica.

Through dramatic match, United won 4-1 after extra time and won trophies champion trophy for the first time. Achievement is dedicated to all the players and staff who are victims of tragedy munich dead. They almost retain the Champions Cup in 1968/69, before it was conquered AC Milan in the semifinals.

Busby retired as coach at the end of the 1968/1969 season, then general manager positions. Wilf McGuinness then his place as coach. But on December 28, 1970, Busby called again by returning to the ranks of management to be a coach until the end of the season. Busby became a respected figure throughout his career and get listed in the legend of MU. He was awarded the CBE in 1958 and was chosen as the Manager of the Year after winning United's European Cup.

In 1980 he was elected President of Manchester United, then in 1982 was elected Vice President of the Football League. In 1993 Warwick Road North, the road that runs through the front of Old Trafford, renamed the Sir Matt Busby Way in honor of his service. Busby until now described as 'Mr Manchester United'.

Sir Matt Busby died on January 20, 1994 at Alexandra Hospital, Cheadle, after a brief illness. Funeral at follow thousands of fans who lined the streets of Manchester. Sympathy for the Sir Matt also came from all over the world. To commemorate his services, a bronze statue of Sir Matt was inaugurated on April 27, 1996 at Old Trafford stadium.

Achievement Sir Mut Busby

FA Cup
1948, 1963
Football League Titles
1952, 1956, 1957, 1965, 1967
European Cup
FA Charity Shield Joint Holders
1965, 1967
FA Charity Shield
1952, 1956, 1957

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