Bryan Robson OBE

Bryan Robson OBE

Bryan started his career with West Bromwich Albion playing over 200 games in a seven year period.

He moved to Manchester United in 1981 and stayed there for 13 years becoming the club’s longest serving captain, playing over 350 games and scoring more than 70 goals.

Nicknamed “Captain Marvel” he was a firm favourite of the fans at Old Trafford. During his career with United he won 2 Premier League, 3 FA Cup, a League Cup and a UEFA Cup winners medals.

In 1994 Bryan moved in to management with Middlesbrough and over a period of seven years he guided them to three Wembley finals and earned promotion to the Premier League on two occasions.

He had further spells in management with Bradford City, West Bromwich Albion, Sheffield United and the Thailand National Team.

Bryan was recognised as one the best players to have played for England, winning 90 caps and captaining his country on 65 occasions.