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- In the 2014–15 season, Manchester United fielded five international players but lost 4–0 in the second round (in which they entered the tournament) against third-tier side MK Dons.
- Celtic were the first non-Latin club to win the European Cup, under the management of Jock Stein in 1967, before Manchester United the following year.
- Many teams in the Premier League, Arsenal and Manchester United in particular, have used the competition to give young players valuable big-game experience.
- A 2004 survey by Planetfootball.com found that Chelsea fans consider their main rivalries to be with (in descending order): Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United.
- During the 2008–09 season Liverpool achieved 86 points, its highest Premier League points total, and finished as runners up to Manchester United.
- Premier League giants Manchester City (5), Manchester United (4), Liverpool (3) and Chelsea (3) between them won 15 editions of the competition between 2000 and 2020.
- The club's only trophy during this time was a last-minute 3–2 victory over Manchester United in the 1979 FA Cup Final, widely regarded as a classic.
- Even when the ban was lifted in 1990, League Cup winners did not participate in European competitions for two more years, when Manchester United won the trophy and qualified for the UEFA Cup anyway, as they had finished second in the league.
- Seven of them have won the title: Manchester United (13), Chelsea (5), Manchester City (4), Arsenal (3), Blackburn Rovers (1), Leicester City (1) and Liverpool (1).
- After a poor start to the 2007–2008 season, Mourinho was replaced by Avram Grant, who led the club to their first UEFA Champions League final, which they lost on penalties to Manchester United.
- Sky's coverage of Arsenal's January 2010 match against Manchester United was the first live public broadcast of a sports event on 3D television.
- They collected at least one major trophy in each of the six decades from the 1950s to 2000s – an achievement only matched by Manchester United.
- Manchester United did not defend their title in 1999–2000, as they were already in the inaugural Club World Championship.
- The 1967–68 season saw Manchester United become the first English team to win the European Cup, beating S.L. Benfica 4–1 in the final.
- Alliance clubs Nottingham Forest, The Wednesday (later renamed Sheffield Wednesday) and Newton Heath (later renamed Manchester United) were added to the new First Division, and Darwen were reallocated to the new Second, bringing the First Division total to 16 clubs.
- Manchester City's biggest rivalry is with neighbours Manchester United, against whom they contest the Manchester derby.
- For example, Tim Howard was transferred to Manchester United for $4 million in one of the most lucrative contract deals in league history.
- These include the Premier League clubs Everton, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United.
- Seven clubs have won the FA Cup as part of a League and Cup double, namely Preston North End (1889), Aston Villa (1897), Tottenham Hotspur (1961), Arsenal (1971, 1998, 2002), Liverpool (1986), Manchester United (1994, 1996, 1999) and Chelsea (2010).
- In 1995–96, Manchester United were beaten 3–0 at home by York City in the second round, first leg; United could only win 3–1 in the second leg and went out 4–3 on aggregate (York went on to repeat the achievement against Everton the following year).
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