It's soccer's most passionate love affair. The story of Manchester United's heroic quest for that elusive League Championship - the most glittering prize in English Football. For 26 long years United toiled. Runners up four times, they went agonisingly close. It had cost men their jobs. 
As a new campaign dawned, manager Alex Ferguson knew it was now or never. And what drama was to unfold. The agony of Dion Dublin's broken leg, the despair of failed transfer deals, tension at every turn and the key to the whole season - the capture of the charismatic and controversial Frenchman Eric Cantona. It was the managerial coup of the decade which catalysed the start of a modern footballing dynasty.