Manchester united have never been relegated from the premier league. in 1974 they were relegated from the old first division
Manchester were never relegated from the premier league as it was formed in 1991. However they were relegated from the old 1st division in 1894, 1922, 1931, 1937 and 1974.
either 1958 or 1974 were manchester united got relegated to the second division
The division that Manchester United participates in is the Premier League in England.
They have never been relegated from the premier league ever since it started in 1992.
The year could be when they were relegated.
Christiano Ronaldo joined Manchester United from Sporting Lisbon , and as Manchester have never been relegated for many years so neither has Ronaldo been relegated.
No, Manchester United did not get relegated under Sir Alex Ferguson. The lowest league position achieved under Ferguson was 13th (out of 20) in the 1989/90 season.
It could be Alan Smith, he got relegated with Leeds united and won it with Manchester United.
Raimond van der Gouw won the Premiership with Manchester United in 1999 and then relegated with West Ham United in 2000.
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Amazingly, Arsenal is the only major team in the world to not get relegated in any forms. This fact is not known by many and people will thought that Manchester United has not been relegated before. However, Manchester has been relegated in the 75/76 season!
Manchester United have been in the top flight since 1975. They were relegated to the Football League Second Division at the end of the 1973-1974 season (Denis Law scored the goal that relegated them) but they returned to the First Division at the first attempt.
They went down to Division Two in 1974, just six years after winning the European Cup.
Manchester United were relegated to Division 2 at the end of the 1973/74 season. The result which finally sealed their fate was a 1:0 defeat at Old Trafford by local rivals Manchester City - the goal ironically being scored by ex Manchester United playerDenisLaw.He subsequently retired from football . Some people say he was devastated that is why he retired.
I think Manchester utd were always in the division 1, ever since the premier league started.
As of January 7, 2010, Birmingham City last beat Manchester United on November 10, 1978, by a score of 5 - 1. Birmingham City finished the season second bottom of the league, and were relegated to Division Two.
Yes they have. The most recent time was in 1974 from the Old Division one to division two. The goal that relegated them was scored by Denis Law who had moved the summer before to Manchester City.
Manchester United's average league attendance for the 1974/1975 was 48,388. This was the season which was spent in the old division 2 having been relegated the year before.
Manchester United got relegated a number of times throughout the club's history, and spent a total of 22 seasons outside the top division since the English league was formed in 1892. They never fell below the second tier. United were relegated for the first time (as Newton Heath LYR FC) in 1894/5 and returned to the top division in 1905/6 (as Manchester United FC). They were then relegated again in 1921/2 and returned in 1924/5. Relegated in 1930/1 and returned in 1935/6 only to be relegated again the season after that (1937/6). United then returned immediately to the top division and remained there throughout Sir Matt Busby's years at the club (1946-1970). United were relegated again shortly after Busby's retirement, in the 1973/4 season. In their season in the second division United set numerous records including crowd attendance records and scoring records, and were champions of the second division. They returned to the top flight for the 1975/6 season and have been in the top flight since.
Yes most recently in 1974.They were promoted back the following season as second division champions.They have also been relegated in 1936/37 season....
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