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Latest issue: An exclusive, face-to-face interview with Jamie Carragher where he talks about going home and away with Everton as a kid, United’s treble win ruining his holiday, Liverpool’s match going culture and the relationship between Liverpool and United players both then and now. He’s an interesting man.
A feature on Belfast club Glentoran and a letter from Sir Matt Busby to the Irish club.
An interview with Tracey Neville.
And Manolo Marquez, the Spanish footballer manager who recently travelled to Old Trafford, couldn’t believe how much some Reds drank, then wore a United scarf and went up when United scored.
We’ve got an article from a Dutch journalist who is living in Manchester for a year to write a book on Van Gaal.
The old UWS favourite House of Style makes a return to talk trainers, while Doveman talks about doing drugs at the match, we’ve got an interview with the Super Fury Animals. And a bright but bitter city fan.
A Season in Brief covers ’64-65, Pete Boyle’s done an obituary for Dale from Sale (we’ve got one for Alge next month). We’ve got a feature from Pete Molyneux about his trips to the 1979 FA Cup semi finals against Liverpool, plus one looking at why United don’t have a ladies team.
Then we’ve got the regulars like Shredded Tweet, Full Quota and They Bleed Red, White & Black, plus columns from Jim White, James Scowcroft, Andy Mitten, Ian Bland, Mad Cyril, Joe Ganley, Steve Armstrong, Steve Black, Meatbag Manifesto and TV Gunnar Solskjaer.
What else? Guttersnipe for the gossip, where you’ll learn something you didn’t know about MUFC, plus in-depth book reviews and match reports from our writers at every game.
British Fanzine of the Year for 2012, United We Stand was first published in 1989 when Manchester United was a very different club to now. We've since published over 200 issues - 11 per season - and the mag has long been established as one of Britain's best selling football fanzines.
The majority of UWS writers watch Manchester United home and away. They're influential, incisive, irreverent and work for a mag which is proudly independent and funded by sales. Each issue featured 44 pages and tells it like it is at MUFC. We have excellent contacts and offer informed opinions on all United aspects, from insider tit bits to sharp writers and award winning columnists like Jim White.
UWS done in depth interviews with United related personalities from Roy Keane to Ian Brown, Sir Alex Ferguson to officials like David Gill, Martin Edwards and Peter Kenyon, but there's far more to us than interviews.We hope you enjoy United We Stand.
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