"When they're playing in your town, get yourself to that football ground, take a lesson, come and see, football taught by Matt Busby," as so is screamed from the bottom of the lungs to the top of the heart at every Manchester United game, 70 years on from the Busby Babes' first league triumph.
It was on January 20th, 1994, 52 years after leaving United for the first time, Sir Alexander Matthew Busby died and left behind a football legacy that remains unrivalled, awe-inspiring and one which will echo in the eternity of both United and this sport we adore so much.
Busby would build the famous Busby Babes a few years into his post and the history of football would change the moment the likes of Duncan Edwards put pen to paper at the club, and a new key to success would spread across Europe until this very day; a very youthful-looking key.
Not many men have changed football like Busby. Let's take a look his 5 best moments at United.