Join us for a night of straight talking and a lot of fun as we are delighted that the awesome Paddy Crerand has agreed to host a night of Questions and Answers about his last 50 years at United,
Paddy will be joined on stage by the hilarious comedy host that is Pete Emmett
After six years at Celtic (120 appearances, 5 goals), Paddy signed for Manchester United on 6 February 1963, the fifth anniversary of the Munich air disaster He was a hard-tackling midfielder who, while known for his tenacity and tackling ability, was also an accurate passer, creating chances for attacking players such as Bobby Charlton and George Best.
Pace was not one of his attributes; as Paddy once said, "Where I was brought up, you had to be able to run or fight, and you know about my running,"
Crerand helped United to the league championship in 1965 and 1967 and won winners' medals in the 1963 FA Cup Final and 1968 European Cup Final.
He retired from playing in 1971, having appeared in 401 games, scoring 19 goals for United. After retiring as a player, he became a coach at United, becoming assistant manager under Tommy Docherty when Docherty was appointed as manager in December 1972.
Today, he appears regularly on MUTV as a co-commentator on its coverage of all Manchester United first-team and reserve matches, as well as appearing as a pundit on the phone-in show 'The Paddy Crerand Show", where he receives calls from supporters and discusses all things Manchester United.
7.00 Arrive for pre drinks
7.45 Comedy host will get you all in the mood for a great show
8.30 Live Q & A with Paddy (Paddy has specifically requested no pre questions he wants to take all questions off the cuff from real fans).
9.15 Drinks Break with free Hot Pot / Pie n Peas being served (no posh grub here, we’re Northerners 😊)
9.45 Paddy will be back to take more Q & As
10.30 Comedy host does his final spot
11.00 Music / Singalong to the United Tunes
12.00 Bar Closes
Tickets cost £20 pp
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