Before 1902 Man United were known as Newton Heath. With the advent of the new chairman, John Henry Davies, not only was the club rescued from near-bankruptcy but also renamed Manchester United. In 1909, Davies donated funds for the construction of a new stadium in Old Trafford. At a time when transfer fees were still around the £1,000 mark, the cost of construction was tentatively estimated at £60,000. This enforced the club's "Moneybags United" epithet, and created an aura of riches that survives till today. So don the Manchester United F.C. Cap BLK, and let everyone know you’re in the black.