Manchester United paid goalkeeper Pat Dunne just £35 a week in the 1960s... as the Irish international's contract renewal is posted online



Manchester United's quest to regain the Premier League title saw them spend £100million on Paul Pogba in the summer and commit to paying the Frenchman £300,000 a week.
But in 1965, they were able to tie down an important member of the team which would go on and win the First Division title that season for the modest sum of just £35 a week.
The player in question was Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Pat Dunne, who signed for the club from Shamrock Rovers for £10,500 in 1964 and had done enough to secure a new contract by April the following year.
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10 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 50
Source: Daily Mail
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