September 12, 1992:

Centre half Steve Bruce celebrates scoring Manchester United’s second goal in their Premier League encounter with Everton at Goodison Park.
Team captain Bruce scored from the penalty spot in the 76th minute after Brian McClair netted United’s first after 29 minutes. United triumphed 2-0, avenging a 0-3 home defeat in August.
United went on to win the inaugural Premier League title with 84 points, ten points ahead of second-placed Aston Villa.

September 12, 1963:

Former teen idol Eden Kane meets fans in Manchester where he was handing out copies of his new record Like I Love You.
Kane, whose real name was Richard Graham Sarstedt, went to the top of the UK charts with his single Well I Ask You in 1961.
The elder brother of musicians Peter and Robin Sarstedt, Kane also recorded with the backing group the Downbeats.
He moved to Australia in the late 1960s and then began an acting career in the USA.

Former Pop idol Eden Kane

September 14, 1971:

Manchester United winger and fashion icon George Best takes it easy on the train back from London after attending a Football Association disciplinary hearing.
Best had been sent off against Chelsea in what would prove to be a difficult season for the Northern Ireland international.
He missed training for a whole week in January, preferring to spend the time with Miss Great Britain Carolyn Moore.
In spite of his troubles on and off the pitch, Best still finished the season as United’s top scorer with 26 goals in all competitions.

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