Man Utd’s 1992-93 Premier League winning squad unrecognisable as they’re reunited for incredible photo 30 years on

    NINE of Manchester United’s 1992-93 Premier League winning squad looked unrecognisable at a reunion

    It is 30 years this year since the Red Devils first lifted the Premier League trophy.

    Manchester United won the first ever Premier League


    Manchester United won the first ever Premier LeagueCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd
    The team has now had a reunion 30 years later


    The team has now had a reunion 30 years laterCredit: Getty
    And they look very different from when they were still playing


    And they look very different from when they were still playingCredit: Twitter

    The won the league on the final day of the season following a narrow 1-0 victory against Coventry City, courtesy of Denis Irwin’s 40th-minute goal.

    They clinched the title by a single point as second-placed Aston Villa were only able to reach 71 points with their final-day victory against Arsenal.

    To make the victory of the league even more special, it was the first year of the Premier League since its creation.

    Some of the squad have come together for a reunion alongside the Premier League trophy.

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    Former Red Devil Lee Sharpe shared a picture from the occasion on Twitter.

    Alongside the picture was the caption: “Today’s reunion, celebrating 30 years since we won the 1st Premier League not that I feel old 🤣😳 @ManUtd.”

    The snap showed the retired stars in two rows of chairs.

    The back row included (from left to right) Bryan Robson, Clayton Blackmore, Mike Phelan, Gary Pallister, and Sharpe.

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    And on the front row (from left to right) there was Brian McClair, Mark Hughes, Denis Irwin and Paul Parker.

    Sharpe was instrumental in the title win and he even assisted Irwin’s goal against Coventry on the last day.

    While stars such as Ryan Giggs, Eric Cantona and Peter Schmeichel there was still plenty of Unites royalty.

    One of which is midfielder Robson. The 66-year-old scored 74 league goals for the club in 345 appearances.

    Hughes is also another notable character having gone into management after hanging up his boost.

    The Welshman had stints at Manchester City, Stoke City and Blackburn Rovers, he is currently in charge of Bradford City.


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