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Golden Years: Anyone for head tennis? With the new football season approaching, Sportsmail takes a look at how players and teams have trained over the decades

George Best training in Salford in 1969 - at the time, the Northern Irishman had the football world at his feet, helping inspire Manchester United to European Cup glory with a glorious Wembley win over Benfica a year earlier. But three years after this picture was taken, Best effectively retired from the game at the age of 26

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Golden Years: Anyone for head tennis? With the new football season approaching, Sportsmail takes a look at how players and teams have trained over the decades

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Golden Years: The Kop and The Kippax - On the terraces special

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Golden Years: The Kop and The Kippax - On the terraces special

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Pressure is on Moyes to emulate Fergie's success but no United manager has won a trophy in their first TWO seasons in charge... Sexton came closest by sharing the Charity Shield (which is not a proper trophy anyway)

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George Best of Manchester United reeives the 13th Ballon d’Or in 1968. From left to right: Franc Football Editor-in-Chief Max Urbini, Bobby Charlton, George Best, Sir Matt Busby, Denis Law.

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Going to the Match, wonderfully evocative painting by LS Lowry, love the goal end terrace. #football #soccer

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The Way We Were: Glory, Glory Man United - the Reds in pictures

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