A blog is a great way to get your content out there and connect with people. I am a content writer in County Durham but I was born in Manchester. Over the last week or so I spent a few days in Manchester looking at the state of football in the city. With both the major team having a new manager and some big money new signings I thought that it would be a good time to take a look around, speak to the city’s football fans and take in the football sights of Manchester. It was in interesting few days and I got to see the biggest sights in Manchester football.
The National Football Museum is situated near to the city centre and is a great place for anyone with even a small interest in the beautiful game. It is filled with football memorabilia and gives an overview of the game through the interactive exhibits and display cases. I recommend to anyone that wants to know more about the game, show their kids what it used to be like or wants to take a trip down memory lane. In addition they have a floor dedicated to the England World Cup winning team of 1966 as a special exhibition and it is good to walk around and see information about the players, the fans and what the World Cup was like for the country from start to finish. It will provide the setting and the inspiration for the last blog in the series.
Known to the Manchester United marketing people as the Theatre of Dreams, this is one of the great English football stadiums. It has seen many triumphs over recent years in particular and it is a must for any football fan of any persuasion. They do guided tours so you can see the glory that the club has seen. I used it as a base to speak to United fans from different parts of the world. It was half-term week last week so there were many people visiting there from around the UK and beyond.
My trip to Old Trafford provided a quote for my first blog in the series.
This is more than a stadium. Having the advantage of being built with lots of space around it this has grown into training pitches and more for the Manchester City main team and others. It has been a part of the growth of the club since it was taken over by oil money. The club has spent big to compete with the likes of their bitter rivals and neighbours.
My trip to the Etihad gave me a quote for my second blog in the series.
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