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À qui le mot de la fin ? (direct)

À qui le mot de la fin ? (direct)

Manchester United winger Steve Coppell (right) evades two St Etienne defenders during the European Cup Winners Cup 1st round 2nd leg match played at Home Park in Plymouth. This match was played at a neutral venue after crowd trouble during the first leg in France had initially caused UEFA to expel Manchester United from the competition. However on appeal they changed this ruling and ordered the match to be played a minimum of 300km from Old Trafford. Manchester United won 2-0 and 3-1 on…

Ex-Reading boss Steve Coppell scored the second goal as United progressed on aggregate

Manchester United striker Stuart Pearson (9) is hugged by Gordon Hill after scoring their second goal during the European Cup Winners Cup 1st round 2nd leg match played at Home Park in Plymouth. This match was played at a neutral venue after crowd trouble during the first leg in France had initially caused UEFA to expel Manchester United from the competition. However on appeal they changed this ruling and ordered the match to be played a minimum of 300km from Old Trafford. Manchester United…

Crowd trouble at the first leg of the European Cup Winners' Cup tie in France on 14 September 1977 meant United were banned from playing at Old Trafford and forced to find a home from home.

Manchester United striker Stuart Pearson (9) is hugged by Gordon Hill after scoring their second goal during the European Cup Winners Cup 1st round 2nd leg match played at Home Park in Plymouth. This match was played at a neutral venue after crowd trouble during the first leg in France had initially caused UEFA to expel Manchester United from the competition. However on appeal they changed this ruling and ordered the match to be played a minimum of 300km from Old Trafford. Manchester United…

Crowd trouble at the first leg of the European Cup Winners' Cup tie in France on 14 September 1977 meant United were banned from playing at Old Trafford and forced to find a home from home.