August 22, 1995:
Flying Everton winger Andrei Kanchelskis was well known to Manchester City when they took on the Toffees in the Premier League. He’d just spent four years playing for local rivals Manchester United.
The Russian international made 123 league appearances for the Red Devils from 1991 to 1995 after signing from Shakhtar Donetsk for £650,000. He scored 28 league goals.
Kanchelskis made a big impact on Merseyside after leaving United, helping Everton beat City 2-0 at Maine Road with goals from Joe Parkinson and Daniel Amokachi.
August 27, 1985:
The Prince and Princess of Wales are pictured in Wythenshawe during a visit to Manchester and the North West. Princess Diana can be glimpsed behind her husband Charles.
Wythenshawe enjoyed another royal visit in 2009 when Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, went to Northern Moor to make a documentary for ITV entitled The Duchess on the Estate.
She met local residents and discussed their way of life as well as opening a new local community centre.
August 22, 1991:
Tim Booth, lead singer of Manchester band James, performs on stage during the second day of the Reading Rock Music Festival.
Formed in Whalley Range in 1982, James were popular throughout the 1990s with nine albums in the UK Top Ten charts.
The group’s single Sit Down went to No. 2 in the UK singles chart in 1991. Other notable hits were Sound, Come Home, She’s a Star and Laid.