The MUFC Holy Trinity: Bobby Charlton, Denis Law and Georgie Best - Cantona would make the Four Musketeers...

The MUFC Holy Trinity: Bobby Charlton, Denis Law and Georgie Best - Cantona would make the Four Musketeers...

Manchester United at Old Trafford, 17 February 1965:  Back row, left-to-right: Jack Crompton (trainer), Bill Foulkes, David Sadler, Pat Dunne, Shay Brennan, Graham Moore, Pat Crerand, Noel Cantwell, and Matt Busby (manager); front row, left-to-right: John Connelly, Nobby Stiles, Bobby Charlton, Denis Law, Tony Dunne, David Herd, and George Best. They were League Division One champions for the season 1964-1965   ... ♫♩♬♪  those were the days, my friend ... ♫♬♪

Gold Trafford

Manchester United at Old Trafford, 17 February 1965: Back row, left-to-right: Jack Crompton (trainer), Bill Foulkes, David Sadler, Pat Dunne, Shay Brennan, Graham Moore, Pat Crerand, Noel Cantwell, and Matt Busby (manager); front row, left-to-right: John Connelly, Nobby Stiles, Bobby Charlton, Denis Law, Tony Dunne, David Herd, and George Best. They were League Division One champions for the season 1964-1965 ... ♫♩♬♪ those were the days, my friend ... ♫♬♪

Denis Law of Manchester United

Denis Law of Manchester United

Crystal Palace 2 Man Utd 2 in Aug 1969 at Selhurst Park. Steve Kember and Denis Law go for the ball on the opening day of the season #Div1

Crystal Palace 2 Man Utd 2 in Aug 1969 at Selhurst Park. Steve Kember and Denis Law go for the ball on the opening day of the season #Div1

Reading 2 Man Utd 3 in Aug 1970 at Elm Park. Denis Law in action in the Texaco Cup 1st Round.

Reading 2 Man Utd 3 in Aug 1970 at Elm Park. Denis Law in action in the Texaco Cup 1st Round.

11/3/17-Catherine Street Court. The newly opened Cruyff Court Denis Law Urban sports project designed to encourage sport in inner city areas. This was the first purpose built project of its kind in Aberdeen.

11/3/17-Catherine Street Court. The newly opened Cruyff Court Denis Law Urban sports project designed to encourage sport in inner city areas. This was the first purpose built project of its kind in Aberdeen.

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