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Manchester United’s Emirates FA Cup campaign gets under way on Monday as we welcome Aston Villa to Old Trafford for a night under the lights.
The third round of the Cup always has a special atmosphere at the Theatre of Dreams, and many of those in attendance will be looking forward to reading the official match programme, United Review.
Even if you can’t be at the ground, you can order the latest edition direct to your front door and grab your piece of the matchday experience.
As interim manager Ralf Rangnick gets his first taste of the world’s oldest national cup competition, supporters can hear from the boss in his exclusive matchday column.
There’s plenty to enjoy in this issue of the programme, including an interview with in-form full-back Diogo Dalot.
“I will remember that day forever,” says the Portuguese full-back when recalling a previous FA Cup appearance with United – and as he explains in his extended interview with UR, he’s hoping for knockout success this season.
We look at how Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard could set his team up at Old Trafford, while getting the views (and ’90s memories) of legendary Villa midfielder Ian Taylor.
1968 European Cup-winner Paddy Crerand gives his thoughts in his regular column, discussing Phil Jones’s return to the fold, as well as the close network of ex-Reds our always-outspoken columnist loves to stay in touch with.
This will be a record eighth meeting with Villa in the third round of the Cup, and United Review runs down the full list of regular opponents at this stage, featuring top memories against Spurs, Derby and many more in an extended 10-page feature.
What else can you read?
Plenty. We have a detailed match preview, our 100-year feature ‘Worth Knowing’ so you can catch up on all the latest news at the club and a whole selection of brilliant fan content, photos, posters and stats.
Don’t miss it… order your copy of United Review today!