March 28 was the day when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer went from the interim manager to Manchester United's permanent boss.
It was also the date that the Colts upped sticks and made the stunning move from Baltimore to relocate to Indianapolis.
March 28 remains a day of one of cricket's most significant milestones as well.
We take a closer look at what happened on this day in sports.
1955 - New Zealand all out for 26
The lowest Test score in history - recorded by the home side in Auckland - may never be broken.
New Zealand, who, at that point had not won a match in the longest format in the 24 years since they were granted Test status, were skittled out inside 27 overs against England.
Four batsmen were dismissed without scoring, another three having made only a single.
New Zealand's innings lasted just one hour, 40 minutes and they fell to an innnings-and-20-run loss to the tourists.
1984 - The Colts head to Indy
It is one of the most famous, and shocking, stories in NFL history.
Fifteen trucks turned up at the Baltimore Colts' Owing Mills facility under the cover of darkness, packed up the team's belongings and headed for Indianapolis.
Baltimore city officials had already passed legislation that would allow them to seize control of the Colts but, once the trucks left the state of Maryland, that did not matter.
The Colts remain Indianapolis' team today while Baltimore had to wait until 1996 before being awarded another NFL franchise - the Ravens.
2019 - Solskjaer appointed on a permanent basis
Exactly one year ago, United responded to their first back-to-back losses under interim boss Solskjaer by making the Norwegian's arrangement permanent and handing him a three-year contract.
United had previously won their first eight games in a row under Solskjaer and beat Paris Saint-Germain in France in March to advance in the Champions League.
"This is the job that I always dreamed of doing and I'm beyond excited to have the chance to lead the club long term," Solskjaer said of his appointment.