by PETER McVERRY
|TONIGHT's game will bring back many memories for Newry Town Director of Football, Trevor Anderson. During his own playing career Trevor spent a couple of seasons at Old Trafford before moving on to Swindon Town, Peterborough and Linfield.|
When Trevor left Portadown to join the Red Devils for over £20,000 in 1973, he was hailed by many as the new George Best. And although the Old Trafford careers of the two men overlapped for two months, Trevor was always keen to dispel the comparisons.
As he told the Belfast Telegraph of the time: "There will only ever be one George Best. Nobody can match that.
"But then again there will only ever be one Trevor Anderson.: ;-)
Trevor won the first of his northern Ireland caps while with United and scored two goals on his debut against Cyprus.
Trevor achieved the feat against Walsall in a relegation battle in April 1978 as Swindon won 5-1.