By Chris Wright
United’s City-baiting Stretford End ‘clock’ banner
Former Man Utd medal harvester David May is planning a party in the city centre on the eve of the upcoming Manchester derby (this Saturday), which he has described as a ‘celebration’ of Man City’s 35th year without a trophy.
The party is open to the public and will cost £20 (with all proceeds going to charity) to attend as part of the ‘United Nights’ program, which brings fans and former players together ahead of derby games.
From the Manchester Evening News:
“The M.E.N. understands the Stretford End ‘ticker’ banner, which celebrates City’s barren spell, will be ‘turned’ from 34 to 35 during the party.”
Advertising the event on his personal blog, May himself wrote:
“The next United Night has landed perfectly, it is before the biggest game