Saturday's United Review includes:
* Sir Alex's exclusive programme notes
* Interview with Michael Carrick
* Interview with ex-United and Spurs striker Terry Gibson
* Feature on best United vs Spurs matches
* Ambassador's column with Gary Neville
* Paddy Crerand's column
The programme is on sale at Old Trafford on matchdays. For subscriptions, see manutd.com/programme.
Ryan Giggs, whilst bemoaning the fact his former team-mate cannot emulate their remarkable lengths of service.
“Ledley's a bit like the home-grown lads at United and the boys who have been here for a long time," added Carrick.
"He carries the traditions of the club in many ways. It's sad that he's had to hang up his boots early because I think he deserved to carry on for a lot longer. I know he had a lot more to offer.”
Even when King was in their ranks, Tottenham were unable to beat United at Old Trafford. But while the Reds have won 17 of the 20 Premier League meetings in Manchester, Carrick isn't taking a win for granted this time.
"As players we won't be going into the game thinking that history will take care of the result," he told United Review.
"It's going to be a difficult match because Tottenham have some very dangerous players and can really hurt teams. Jermain Defoe has started really well this season and has already scored a few goals.