Sammy McIlroy the last Busby Babe in total perspective as Man Utd and fans at Stretford End will never forget a hero

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Sammy McIlroy will for always be remembered for his time at Old Trafford and of course his FA Cup winners medal from 1977. He was also in the runners-up teams in 1976 and 1979.

From his debut in 1971 vs. Man City scoring in the 3-3 draw to eleven years later being sold to Stoke for a fee of £350.000. He also played in two World Cup tournemants with Northern Ireland.

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How foreign managers have helped England progress as an international team to count, Southgate and his helping hands

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The recent rise of Three Lions might not just have to do with brilliant coaching from Gareth Southgate, but the influence of Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp, Mikel Arteta and Marcelo Bielsa must not be faulted as the grand use of foreign management in Premier League have of course a big influence on players.

Kyle Walker described it himself in an interview lately saying him being adaptable to play in a back three has to do with the way he has learned from Pep’s coaching and skills.

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Peter Barnes joined Real Betis and nuttmegged Diego Maradona, his Spanish adventure in a 19 year and 25 clubs career

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Peter Barnes is mostly known for his time with Manchester City in the 70’s and of course his games for England, being an entertaining winger of dimentions, but he had a menace career in football playing for 25 clubs in 8 different countries and on 3 continents.

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