See how well you remember the momentous matches and the players involved in them in our latest nostalgia quiz – and compare your score with friends. There are a host of football photos and stories in Clive Hardy’s Around Manchester books from the 1950s, 60s and 70s. They’re packed with memories and unmissable pictures from the M.E.N. archive. On sale now from our online store.
In what year did Dave Sexton, pictured in a local derby match, become manager of Manchester United?
Which player scored two goals in Manchester City’s 5-1 thrashing of United at Maine Road in front of a 43,000 crowd in September 1989?
Defender Andy Hinchcliffe, pictured celebrating City’s 5-1 win with his team-mates, left the Blues in 1990 to join which club?
Goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel has never lost a Manchester derby – for United or City! When was the Dane’s single season at Maine Road?
Striker Mark Hughes, pictured, had two spells with the Red Devils. The first was from 1978 to 1986, before he joined Barcelona. In what year did he return to United to start his second spell?
City striker Niall Quinn has featured in a number of local derbies. In what year did he join the Blues from Arsenal for £800,000?
United’s flying winger Andrei Kanchelskis is the only player in history to have scored in each of the Glasgow, Manchester and Merseyside local derbies. What football club does he currently manage?
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City winger Mike Summerbee played against his great pal George Best in many local derbies. What was the name of the Manchester boutique the two friends opened together?
Mercurial French forward Eric Cantona, pictured, made his United debut against City at Old Trafford in December 1992. A crowd of 35,408 saw the Red Devils win 2-1. How many caps did Cantona win for France?
How much did United pay Leeds for Eric Cantona when he joined the club in November 1992?
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