Meet Man Utd legends including Bryan Robson & Mark Hughes at Q&A celebrating 1992-93 Premier League champions

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The Lowry in Salford will host a special event with star guests, marking 30 years since Manchester United lifted the first Premier League title.

Manchester United legends are to join fans at an event marking the 30th anniversary year of the club winning the first Premier League.

Nine players - likely to include Bryan Robson, Denis Irwin, Gary Pallister, Clayton Blackmore, Paul Parker, Brian McClair and Mark Hughes - from the winning 1992-93 side are scheduled to take part in an interview, followed by a fan question and answer session, at the Lowry in Salford this Saturday (28 January 2023).

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The memorable first Premier League season saw United finish as champions and end their 26-year run without an English league title. The arrival of Eric Cantona from Leeds United for £1m in late November helped boost United's title challenge, and they won the league by a 10-point margin. Mark Hughes was leading scorer with 15 league goals, and the campaign ended at Selhurst Park on 9 May when United won 2–1 against Wimbledon, in a game where Bryan Robson scored his first goal in 18 months. The season also signalled the beginning of a spell of league dominance for United, under legendary boss Sir Alex Ferguson.

The Lowry event will see players and club staff from that season talking through some of the key moments live on stage during a two-part interview; which players will feature is subject to availability but at least nine of the winning side will be there.

The event has been moved from the evening to 2.30pm to allow fans to watch the United FA Cup game against Reading in the evening.

A limited number of tickets are still available priced from £25-70. You can buy them at the Lowry website here.

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