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    UWS 219. Out v Fulham. Here's what's inside.

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    The first UWS of the season hits the streets on Saturday before the Fulham game. Here’s a taster of what’s inside the 44 pages.

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    Sub copies will be posted Monday, but remember it's a Bank Holiday to they're likely to arrive Wed/Thur. Unless you are in Ulan Bator, in which case you should allow another half day.


    Editorial. Written at 6am. In Liverpool. The day after defeat at Goodison.

    Pictures from the pre-season tour, plus articles from Durban, Cape Town, Shanghai (well, nearly), Cork, Oslo and Gothenburg.

    One Month.

    How Was Is For You looks back at the summer.

    Full Quota with stuff from Bebe and Michael Owen.

    Three pages of Guttersnipe. Why do MUFC want your details when you go online? Players who buy Twitter followers, Bob Cass, plus Reg from The Wire meeting Ferguson.

    Mad Cyril and The Telegraph’s
    Jim White both write about on Van Persie. Well, not on him, but about him.

    Board stupid and a look back at UWS175 to see how things were in 2008.

    Letters. Including several which will make your laugh.

    Two letters about Shinji Kagawa. You will laugh. A lot.

    They Bleed. This time it’s Darren Webb from Salford.

    Joe Ganley on David Beckham.

    Ian Bland on Friday Night Lights.

    Meatbag on the Olympic Games, which were in London in case you didn’t know.

    Mike Duff on Ancoats Hospital and Victorian baby farmers in Manchester.

    James Scowcroft has played 300 games at the top level. He looks at United in August 2012.

    John Macauley travels to Singapore with the Stone Roses. While Neil Meehan, who is so well connected in the music world that Madonna rings him for advice, dissects Heaton Park.

    Steve Armstrong on UWS winning the British fanzine of the Year award on London in July.

    Rick Lawrence does his first United Twitter watch of the season.

    Ace new writer BH reviews the National Football Museum in Manchester.

    Odd men Ask The Anorak questions which have been puzzling them for three decades and a former United reserve player.

    Ian Hough on goats and things.

    Fraudulent looks back at 1996-97 in that rather nice style of his.

    We’ll Meet Again. A Southampton fan. From Manchester.

    Fubar writes the always top-notch Getting Away With It.

    #2
    hands up....who else when andy wrote 'hit the streets' then sang 'looking for soul food and a place to eat...went to the apollo....should have seen him go go go......hey babe take a walk on the wild side....i say hey babe take a walk on the wild side....and all the coloured go doo a doo a doo a doo'?......i know i did....tell yer andy's down with us kids...clicky fingers to the earl.....next month tell yer he's doing a jelly roll morton louisiana medley typed intro......

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