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Friday 18 September
18:21 It's been another busy week in the website / programme / magazine office at Old Trafford and we can look forward to another one from Monday, whatever Sunday's result. I'll be speaking to United legend Sammy McIlroy - please post your questions here - and my colleagues will be interviewing Sir Alex, Gary Neville and John O'Shea among other current stars. Enjoy your derby weekend! (AB)
16:01 Congratulations to Stuart Hood from Paisley. He's won the pair of City tickets, courtesy of our betting partner Betfair, and he'll be travelling down from Scotland with a guest. Hope you have a great day Stuart. (AB)
15:40 Sorry, the last chance to win tickets for Sunday's big match has now passed and we'll be calling a winner in the next half hour. Thanks to everyone who entered - if that includes you, keep your phone turned on! (AB)
14:30 Quick! You've only got 30 minutes left to enter our United v City tickets prize draw, in association with Betfair. We'll be picking and calling our lucky winner after 15:00 so go to www.manutd.com/competitions before it's too late... (AB)
14:11 You may remember earlier in the week the United Trinity statue was getting a clean. It seems it's not the only monument at OT that will be looking its Sunday best for the Manchester derby. Just before lunch, I spotted some work taking place on the Munich memorial plaque. (NC)
12:54 Just to explain Seeler's somewhat random appearance at OT, I understand he was the star attraction on a package tour for German football fans. While joining them on their look-around the stadium, he was keen to meet up with an old acquaintance in Sir Bobby Charlton. The two men were on opposite sides on several occasions, most notably at Wembley in '66. I passed Sir Bobby on the stairs earlier (oops - isn't that bad luck, to pass on the stairs?), so hopefully the reunion took place. Thanks to our friends in the Museum for tipping us off about the