Manager history

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Marco Silva31 May, 2018Present
Sam Allardyce30 Nov, 201716 May, 2018
David Unsworth23 Oct, 201730 Nov, 2017
Ronald Koeman14 Jun, 201623 Oct, 2017
Joe Royle12 May, 201614 Jun, 2016
David Unsworth12 May, 201614 Jun, 2016
Roberto Martinez05 Jun, 201312 May, 2016
David Moyes15 Mar, 200205 Jun, 2013
Walter Smith01 Jul, 199813 Mar, 2002
Howard Kendall27 Jun, 199701 Jul, 1998
Dave Watson01 Apr, 199731 May, 1998
Joe Royle10 Nov, 199427 Mar, 1997
Mike Walker07 Jan, 199408 Nov, 1994
Jimmy Gabriel04 Dec, 199007 Jan, 1993
Howard Kendall05 Nov, 199004 Dec, 1993
Colin Harvey19 Jun, 198731 Oct, 1990
Howard Kendall31 May, 198118 Jun, 1987
Gordon Lee30 Jan, 197731 May, 1981
Steve Burtenshaw10 Jan, 197730 Jan, 1977
Billy Bingham28 May, 197310 Jan, 1977
Tom Eggleston12 Apr, 197328 May, 1973
Harry Catterick01 Apr, 196112 Apr, 1973
Johnny Carey01 Oct, 195801 Apr, 1961
Ian Buchan01 Feb, 195601 Oct, 1958
Cliff Britton01 Aug, 194801 Feb, 1956
Theo Kelly01 May, 193601 Sep, 1948
Thomas H McIntosh01 Aug, 191931 May, 1935
W J Sawyer01 Aug, 191831 May, 1919
William C Cuff01 Aug, 190131 May, 1918
Dick Molyneux01 Aug, 188931 May, 1901
W E Barclay01 Aug, 188831 May, 1889
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Match in Focus

20:00 TODAY BT2

Man Utd v Juventus

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • United have lost only three of their last 22 European matches
Expert verdict
The return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford will grab all of the headlines but Manchester United should be able to hold their own against Juventus. Confidence will have been restored by the manner of the performance in the 2-2 draw at Chelsea and United remain a tough nut to crack in European home encounters.