In a career which included spells at both Old Trafford and Ewood Park, David May himself will never claim to have been some sort of superstar but he was passionate about the clubs he played for and always gave 100%. It’s hard to ask for much more than that. In a light hearted interview with someone known as the ‘Plugger’ from the Daily Mirror, May reveals a number of interesting memories from his playing days.
This is a confession from an unashamed Eric Cantona tragic. There must have been millions of words written about the man known as ‘Dieu’ and given half a chance I would have read every single one of them. I simply cannot get enough of the great Manchester United legend. Some of the people reading this may think otherwise but I doubt if there are too many United fans who would. When Four Four Two magazine recently published this piece by Andy Mitten therefore, there was never any question that it had to be shared. My apologies to anyone who may have read it before. If not, you can be guaranteed to enjoy it.
It may be over seven years since David May last set foot on the hallowed turf of Old Trafford but his face will remain enshrined within hearts of Manchester United fans forever for his part in the success of the club during the 90’s. Even those who hold United in contempt will remember the image of May perilously perched on a chair peering over the shoulders of Nicky Butt as he celebrated their Champions League victory and the sealing of an historic treble in 1999.