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    Issue 216 of UWS hits the streets outside Old Trafford on Sunday before the QPTR game. Here’s a taste of what’s inside.


    The Daily Telegraph’s resident red Jim White on David de Gea.

    Eric Cantona speaks about life and love.

    Sam Pilger on interviewing Roy Keane.

    Graham Hunter on how Xavi nearly joined United.

    K Stand Top Left considers topping himself as away fans are moved.

    Mike Duff goes to Picardy to find a relative who fell in WW1

    Steve Armstrong gets stuck in Bilbao and his plane “blows up”.

    James Scowcroft films himself wanking an ostrich off.

    Ian Bland isn’t as he talks about The End fanzine.

    The Mail on Sunday’s football correspondent Rob Draper is interviewed about his team, Queens Park Rangers.

    Then there’s all the regular columns like AndersRed on football and finance, Ask the Anorak, Ramon’s letters, They Bleed, Red, White & Black, the Transmission music page, Reserves & Youth, The Story So Far, A Season In Brief, Board Stupid, How was it for You?, FUBAR, Guttersnipe (the bits the Daily Star robs and printed three days after we go on sale), ManUvia and Mad Cyril while Andy Mitten’s editorial discusses the proposed singing section and One Month.

    There’s features on Giggs and Polish Reds, while Ian Hough eats some horse tranquilizer and then writes an article.

    The mag is 44 pages and costs £2 outside Old Trafford or £2.50 in newsagents. To subscribe and have the next ten issues delivered direct to your door, click here