1991-92: United win the League Cup and Super Cup for the first time
1991-92: The Reds stutter in the title race and lose out to Leeds
1992-93: Eric Cantona makes a shock move from Leeds to Old Trafford
1992-93: The 26-year wait comes to an end as United win the Premier League
1993-94: Roy Keane makes an English record £3.75m move from Forest
1993-94: The title is retained by an eight-point margin
1993-94: The Double is secured with a 4-0 FA Cup trouncing of Chelsea
1994-95: Cantona is suspended for nine months after an incident with a fan
1994-95: Agony in May as United are pipped to the League and FA Cup
1995-96: Sir Alex entrusts youth and sells Ince, Kanchelskis and Hughes
1995-96: A win at Middlesbrough brings the Premier League trophy back
1995-96: Cantona's late volley vs. Liverpool clinches a second Double
shoulders, he led the team to their first-ever Double in the following season. Remarkably, only a Coca-Cola Cup final defeat to Ron Atkinson's Aston Villa denied a domestic clean sweep of trophies for the 1994 Reds - the side is often reckoned to be one of the best in the club's history.
The extraordinary campaign provided a fitting tribute to Busby, who passed away in February, and United were favourites for the championship all season - even if a defeat to an Alan Shearer-inspired Blackburn in April put the cat amongst the pigeons. When Oldham were on the brink of winning the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley and putting the skids under the entire Double bid, Mark Hughes hit the most spectacular of volleys to force a replay, which the Reds won at a canter.
Nothing was going to stand in the team's way, not even Chelsea, who had beaten United home and away with the only goal on both occasions coming from Gavin Peacock. The same player hit the woodwork at Wembley but Glenn Hoddle's Blues were