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Manager's column: Don't panic! Sir Alex says better times are ahead

Owen Hargreaves: Plotting to beat dad's beloved Trotters

Focus on Patrice Evra: With expert comment from ex-full back Paul Parker

Boys from Brazil: How the da Silva twins and Possebon came to be at OT

Pat Crerand: Reds legend Paddy backs United to go on a winning run

Plus: Ryan Giggs' United XI, Bolton profiles + player interview, 2008/09 United squad poster and more

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26/09/2008 12:58, Report by Paul Davies
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With three of the toughest away games out of the road, the Reds return to home league action against Bolton Wanderers this weekend.
United Review is the perfect accompaniment to your afternoon at Old Trafford, bringing you the latest news, pre-match thoughts of the main protagonists and plenty more besides.
Sir Alex Ferguson, speaking directly in his exclusive column, reminds us not to panic. He says a game in hand and home matches ahead are cause to expect a resurgence.

Regular columnist Paddy Crerand echoes the manager’s faith in his players and says Tuesday night’s Carling Cup win was the perfect set up for the Trotters’ visit.

In an exclusive interview, Owen Hargreaves says he’ll put family ties with Bolton aside in the quest for a season-galvanising victory, even if it upsets his dad.

Throw in a pull-out poster of the official first team squad (2008/09), Sir Bobby Charlton’s recollections of the ’58 FA Cup final against Bolton and a

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