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Tuesday 1 November
Le Tissier thanked the old president
Maya Le Tissier was brought in from Brighton before the season and news came on Monday that coaching legend Hope Paul Brighton has left.
Le Tissier posted the following message on Twitter:
Thank you, I hope, for believing in me and trusting me since I first came to Brighton. I will be forever grateful for the trust you placed in me. I am very fortunate to have worked with you, a legend in this sport.
Thank you, Hope, for believing in and trusting me since I first joined Brighton. I will be forever grateful for the faith you have shown in me. I am so lucky to have worked with you, the legend of the game. 🙌🏻 pic.twitter.com/PEXBJCMukh
– MayaLeTissier (@MayaLeTissier) November 1, 2022
Coleman and Hughes were born on this date
November 1, 1936 became Eddie Coleman Boy. Coleman played 108 games for the club and scored two goals, and “Busby Pepe” was very popular.
Coleman died in the plane crash in Munich, at the age of only 21.
On the same date in 1963, Mark Hughes Boy. United fans’ relationship with Hughes isn’t the best because of Welchman’s coaching career, but as a player he was hugely popular, scoring 163 goals for United in 467 appearances – many of those goals were either significant, stunning or both.
Monday October 31
Pat takes over Neville at Salford City
Nicky Butt is set to replace Gary Neville as chief executive of Salford City, after the latter decided to step down. Neville served as the club’s managing director for eight years.
The former footballers were important to Manchester United and played nearly 1,000 matches in total for the club. Neville has 602 and 386 bits.
Neville remains co-owner of Salford City with Butt, his brother Phil Neville and Ryan Giggs, among others.
“With the club developing at this pace, he needs someone who can focus on the club and be there every day, and Nikki is the perfect candidate for this job,” Neville said.
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