The 1990 FA Cup is a key turning point in the history of Manchester United.
It was the first of many trophies won by the great Sir Alex Ferguson, and if rumours are to be believed, winning this trophy prevented Sir Alex Ferguson from getting sacked!
Without the FA Cup in 1990, there would be no 1991 Cup Winners Cup, no Double, no Treble, no 2008 Champions League, no Sir Alex Ferguson stand – Manchester United history would be completely different
Sir Alex had been in charge of Manchester United for 4 years before he won this trophy and brought the glory years back to Old Trafford
Whilst the Class of 92 are fondly remembered as the greatest crop of talent to have graduated through The Cliff since the Busby Babes – the team that Sir Alex Ferguson established in the early 90s are the men that taught the Class of 92 what it means to play for and represent Manchester United, legends of the club who started the era of success under Sir Alex
This large, glossy picture is of the Manchester United team celebrating that historic first trophy under Alex Ferguson, the 1990 FA Cup – Manchester United’s 7th FA Cup overall and the first of 5 under Sir Alex
It has been signed by THREE Manchester United legends Captain Marvel Bryan Robson, legendary Striker Mark Hughes and Mr Dependable Clayton Blackmore
A true icon in the history of Manchester United and one of the men who made the number 7 shirt iconic. The leader of men and true captain of club and country
Still a fondly remembered player amongst the Manchester United fans and the definition of a true legend.
Bryan Robson is an icon of English Football. A tough captain who lead his team by example and wasn’t afraid to ‘get stuck in’ in the tradition of a classic English Footballer.
Robbo is best known for his time at Man United where he is still considered the clubs greatest ever player. A man who wore the captain’s armband with pride, defined what it meant to be wear the iconinc Number 7 shirt at Old Trafford and in the process he won 2 Premier League titles, 3 FA Cups and the 1991 European Cup Winners Cup.
To this day he is the longest serving captain in Man Utd history, earning the nickname Captain Marvel and is considered by many to be the greatest ever Manchester United Player
Bryan Robson earned 90 England caps bewteen 1980 and 1991 scoring 26 goals for his country. Of those 90 caps he was England Captain 65 times, making him third in the all time list of appearances as England Captain
As of 2020 Bryan Robson exclusivly signs for Superstar Speakers – and every item we sell will come with a AFTAL COA, as we are registered AFTAL dealers
To some he is Mr Dependable, to some he is Sunbed. The name Clayton Blackmore should be known to all Manchester United fans. A vital part of the early days of Sir Alex Ferguson, Blackmore is the only man in Man United history to have played in every outfield number and position for the club. One of the most under appricated players in the history of Manchester United, Blackmore was a key player for Man Utd between 1982 and 1994 before following Bryan Robson to Middlesbrough.
Blackmore ended his career with 5 trophies with Manchester United and 39 caps for his native Wales
The definintion of a big game player, Mark Hughes is one of the greatest strikers in Manchester United (and British Football) history. The big Welshman had an eye for goal and the ability to score incredibly, powerful volleys. Sparky would always raise his game to play in cup finals and important games for Manchester United.
Hughes had two spells at Old Trafford one between 1980 – 1986 and 1988 – 1995. In that time he won 2 Premier League Trophies, 3 FA Cups, 1 EFL Cup, 3 Charity Sheilds, the 1991 Cup Winners Cup and the 1991 European Super Cup.
He was also the top goalscorer for United in 1988-89 (joint with Brian McClair) and then again in 1989 – 1990. He is also the first Manchester United player to have be…