Classic reproduction of a shirt worn during the changeover of managers from Dave Sexton to Ron Atkinson. In the 1980–81 season, the club's top scorer was Joe Jordan, who found the back of the net 15 times, with United finishing 8th.
One of Ron Atkinson's first moves as Manchester United manager was to return to West Brom to sign his midfield general, Bryan Robson.
He joined United in October 1981 for a then British record fee of £1.5million and went on to make almost 500 appearances for the club, winning a number of major honours, before seeing out his playing career at Middlesbrough.
in May 1994. Manchester born and childhood follower of United, Remi Moses also joined as part of the deal. United fared better under the guidance of Big Ron finishing the 1981-82 season third in the league and qualifying for the UEFA Cup. Frank Stapelton was brought in to add firepower and late in the season came the debut of 16 year old forward Norman Whiteside.