I suppose that answer would be 1707 if you're a Scotsman.
Chin up, you've still got a defeat against Vauxhall Motors to look forward to...
Early 1700s: John Law, Economist urges nations to create national banks
1707: John Law instrumental in the Treaty of Union
circa 1710: Law's plan to form national bank of Scotland rejected
1717: Law creates Le Banque Generale .. precursor to the French National Bank
1720: Law and Banque Generale responsible for Mississippi Bubble
1958: Denis Law scores on Scottish International debut v Wales
1965: Law named European Footballer of the Year
1968: Law misses Man Utd's European Cup win v Benfica due to injury
1969: Law equalises in European Cup Final Semi Final v AC Milan. Ref says the ball never crossed the line.
1974: Law's last game at Old Trafford. Playing for City. Scores with 81st minute back heel. Utd later relegated. 85th minute pitch invasion. Game abandoned.
sorry .. completely gone .. what was this thread about?
good choice of word