Mandy Henry


Mandy was just three years old when she took to the terraces for her first game. And since then she’s been hooked on all things football.

Before making it to the Theatre of Dreams, her career started in news and entertainment. First for Edinburgh’s Radio Forth FM, and then for the capital’s City TV channel. But it wasn’t long before Mandy secured herself a place on the sports team, reporting on rugby, golf, tennis and football. It was her passion for the beautiful game, which led to freelance roles with ITV and the BBC.

But Old Trafford awaited. And Mandy has been with MUTV ever since. Proud, passionate and always prepared to jump in at the deep end, Mandy also works with the Manchester United Foundation, who came up with the recent Sahara Challenge; in which she, Dennis Irwin, Andy Ritchie and a group of fans trekked across the hazardous desert.

With Monday nights alongside Paddy Crerand, Match Day live with a top team of pundits and phone-ins with the fans, Mandy manages to capture the spirit of United and get the best from guests and pundits.

If I won the lottery I'd live in Portugal and spend my life travelling…bliss. 

If I worked in any other sport I would love to work in Formula 1 

My pet hate is leaf-blowers…what’s the point? They just get blown elsewhere. 

I love my holidays almost as much as I love United, you can’t beat a trip to the Caribbean in March. 

I’m a fiercely proud Scot just like Sir Alex Ferguson and Darren Fletcher. 


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