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    United We Stand is back for a 27th season.

    We’ve held the price and we’re finishing off the 44 page issue number 252. It goes on sale outside Old Trafford before the Spurs game. Subscription copies will be posted from Manchester on Saturday. Digital subs are available to download from Sunday 8th. To subscribe, click 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.

    Ander Herrera is on the cover. We showed him it in Chicago and he was taken aback.

    What’s inside? We sat down with Tyler Blackett in the team hotel in San Jose and he told us his story so far. It’s interesting.

    We’ve got a large feature on the US trip, plus coverage of the pre-season games involving a United XI.

    We’ve got a great new writer, Keith Dewhurst. Now an acclaimed playwright with seven of his 20 plays premiering at the National Theatre, he used to be the United correspondent for the long defunct Manchester Evening Chronicle. Now 84 and author of the superb ‘When You Put on a Red Shirt’, he writes about his United memories.

    We’ve got an interview with the Villa fanzine editor Dave Woodhall, another with Roy Cavanagh OBE and a piece with the Tennessee Reds.

    What else? All the regular columns from the likes of Jim White, Andy Mitten, James Scowcroft, Meatbag, Steve Armstrong, Mad Cyril, FUBAR, Joe Ganley and Pete Molyneux.

    And the regular features including They Bleed Red, White & Black, Style Council, Season In Brief, Seeing Red, Full Quota, the Transmission music column and Guttersnipe with loads of original informed snippets of MUFC info.

    Then we have other features on the future of MUST, a questionnaire to find out if you’re a transfer junkie and a piece from a Red who was paid a summer visit by former winger Ralph Milne. Oh, and a United quiz.

    Subscribe now, buy your copy from the usual sellers outside the ground or from all good newsagents. And a few ropey ones too.