“I’m Responsible For Manchester United’s Success – It’s All Down To Me”
Former Manchester United striker Dion Dublin believes Manchester United success is all down to him.
Dublin had only been with the Reds for three weeks in 1992 when his leg was shattered on his Old Trafford debut against Crystal Palace.
The Dube founder was out for eight months and in that time Untied boss Sir Alex Ferguson brought in Eric Cantona as a replacement. The United legend inspired the Reds to their first league title in 26 years and the rest is history. He told the Scottish Sun:
“I broke my left leg on my Old Trafford debut and was out for eight months. I’M responsible for Manchester United’s success – it’s all down to me.
“Yeah, they did sign Eric while I was out, unfortunately. He wasn’t bad, to be honest.
“You had Eric, Mark Hughes, Brian McClair and Paul Scholes.
“Then there’s me, this guy signed from Cambridge United.
“So I thought: I’d better just leave it now. I’ve had a go, you carry on lads!
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