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    Issue 236 of United We Stand hits the streets on Sunday before the Fulham game. Given that United have just one home game in seven weeks, it will be the only home game at which the mag is on sale, so make sure you get your copy. It will also be on sale outside the away end at Arsenal and Crystal Palace for just £2.
    If we were of a pessimistic disposition then we'd predict that a) it will rain as usual and soak our groundsellers b) United will lose again.
    But we're not, so come and say hello outside Old Trafford and bring some cake. We exist in real life and take the responsibility which comes with that.

    And while there might be some realistic grumbles in the new mag, there's loads of articles of interest to take your mind off the current crap.

    Like the one about pubs closing down around Old Trafford, from 19 to five on Chester Road alone since 1988.

    We also have access to police reports from United's recent away matches. They're not always pretty.

    Our red in Madrid has written about Chori Dominguez and his crazy, crazy career. He'll face United later this month.

    Olympiacos feature in We'll Meet Again and an interview with top Greek sports journalist Vasilis Sambrakos. If you met him in a bar you'd find him interesting. If you read him in print he's interesting.

    What else? Part two of the Phil Neville interview where he talks about some of the players he works with every day.

    Talking of former full-backs, we look at Viv Anderson's shocking disciplinary record as a red.

    We've got a piece on the treble winners from The Promised Land. That will cheer you up. Or depress you as you realise our new reality. Or transition. Or whatever it is.

    We've got an in-depth review of Willie Morgan's autobiography and the Hacienda night at Manchester's refurbished Albert Hall. We speak to the people behind that.

    And we've had people at every United game home and away, at every level. They offer their thoughts.

    What else, apart from Phil Jones with long hair? How about your favourite features and columnists from our award-winning fanzine, plus those bits of insider info that you love in our 44 lovingly crafted, edited and well designed pages.

    Order a printed copy and smell the quality. Or, if you're a hippy or live in Perth (Aus), a digital edition and save the planet.

    Subscribe here.
    United We Stand is a Manchester United fanzine. Influential, incisive, irreverent and proudly independent, UWS tells it like it is. You might not always agree with the opinions within, but you’ll take note.

    Alternatively, you can read a million United blogs for free on how Moyes must stay or go.

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    Last edited by redsaway; 04-02-2014, 07:19 PM.