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    The final regular UWS of the season hits the streets for one day only before the Arsenal game. It might be summer in Manchester, but it will probably rain for a fourth consecutive MUFC home game and soak our sellers.

    Buy it at the ground or order a printed or digital copy here. We'll post them out on Saturday from Manchester. Or download onto your phone/tablet/computer from Sunday.

    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.

    We’re biased after spending hundreds of hours working on it, but it’s a decent issue. We’ve got the second part of the Jamie Carragher interview where he talks Sir Alex Ferguson and playing against United. We asked him what he thought when United fans got into Anfield with that banner. And he explains how he throttled one of his own team mates after United won the 19th title. Carragher is very good value.

    Top Manc boxer Ant Crolla is also interviewed before his world title fight and talks about watching United home and away this season.

    And there's an interview with top economist Jim O’Neill, the former United board member who explains what the club was like around the time of the takeover, plus his opinions on United since then. He's far from a boring numbers man.

    We’ve got a feature about being inside Dortmund’s ultras which explains life away from the clichés of cheap ticket prices and terracing.

    And a new columnist on the inside who explains all about football and gambling. He’s seen a lot…

    Then there are all the regulars which we hope you enjoy in the 44 pages we knock out each month, from the scurrilous words of Guttersnipe (and if you don’t learn five new things about MUFC there you can have your money back) to
    the alternative view of a very switched on - at least this month - away fan who supports Arsenal.

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