Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

This Week

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

This Week

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1962 AUGUST 22: Didn't see that one coming! Liverpool full-back Ronnie Moran sends City goalie Bert Trautmann the wrong way as he scores from the penalty spot at Maine Road.

The First Division clash resulted in a 2-2 draw. Neil Young got both goals for the Blues.

It was City's first home match of the season.

They trounced Wolves 8-1 away the previous week.

1964 AUGUST 24: Manchester pop group Herman's Hermits line up on the roof in the same month as their smash hit single I'm Into Something Good went to number one in the UK and US charts.

Herman's Hermits The song, written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, was originally recorded by Earl-Jean.

It was to be the group's first and only UK number one although they topped the US charts with Mrs Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter and I'm Henry the Eighth I Am. …

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