Always my favourite Man United player. I was a delivery man in 2002 and I delivered to a technology company in Warrington. The lady on the front desk who signed for the delivery was called Susan Pearson. Her company badge however, just said S. Pearson. I just happened to mention to her that the name "S. Pearson" brings back really fond memories of my footballing hero Stuart Pearson! She then stated that it was indeed her husband! I spent what seems like ages just chatting about her husband. Looking back now, many year's later, it seems quite bizarre that she was having a conversation with another man gushing about her husband. Susan was really friendly and a really lovely person.
04-10-19 Chris O'Malley
I saw Stuart Pearson in 83/84 working as a life guard at Sale leisure centre. In those days..well 70's/80's, Utd players mostly lived in Sale, Cheshire. Must have been a one off as I never saw him again. Real star from the days of real football!!
It's great to watch 'Pancho' on YouTube recreating those goals he put in the back of the net. One thing I really do regret big time is I never met the man who made me a United fan since those time in the 70s - Hill, Coppell and Pearson. The others all played their part so don't thing I am disrespecting anyone. Thank you.
Hello Stuart, trying to get hold of your Sister Deborah. We went to Cottingham High School together. Class of 1975. As we all turn 60, from September, we are having a reunion. I would love to be in touch to invite her.
Helen Russell (Smithard)
Do you have any interesting, happy, or humorous memories of Stuart?
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