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Manchester United return home to Old Trafford after the international break to take on Leicester City on Saturday 2 April, which also means a brand-new edition of our iconic programme, United Review.
An early evening kick-off in spring means there’s plenty of time to get excited for this Premier League fixture, and there’ll be no better reading material pre-match than the programme.
United are looking to pick up a vital three points as Ralf Rangnick’s side seek a top-four finish. Nine league matches remain, and each one will be incredibly important for the Reds, who currently sit behind Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
Matches against Leicester in the past have provided some brilliant goals and entertaining match-ups. We’re sure that’ll be the case again on Saturday.
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Inside, we hear exclusively from interim boss Ralf Rangnick, in the traditional manager's column, plus there's an exclusive interview with midfielder Nemanja Matic.
We also take an in-depth look at Brendan Rodgers’s men. This will be the Northern Irishman’s 17th meeting with United and our 135th match against Leicester City.
One family that links the two clubs very closely is the Rowley family. Maybe not a household name anymore, the ‘Two Gunners’ were famous throughout the country in the 1940s and 1950s. Jack, the elder brother, was a legendary goalscorer for United and helped us to win the 1948 FA Cup and 1952 league title.
His younger brother, Arthur, is Leicester’s second-highest scorer in history, with a stunning 265 goals. A three-page feature looks back at their fascinating football lives.
In his regular column, club legend Paddy Crerand considers the potential redevelopment of Old Trafford, Anthony Elanga’s senior Sweden debut, and continues his journey through the alphabet by offering fond memories of Willie Morgan, Wilf McGuinness, Norman Whiteside and Ray Wilkins.
As Ruud van Nistelrooy takes his first management job at PSV Eindhoven, United Review looks back at his incredible feat of scoring in 10 consecutive matches for the club. Another feature goes in depth on our 400 home wins in the Premier League, an achievement completed in our last league match at Old Trafford against Tottenham Hotspur.
Also inside are updates on United Women after their Old Trafford appearance last week, and the club’s Under-18s side, who have secured a spot in the FA Youth Cup final. And there are all the regular features of our beloved matchday programme: photos, quizzes, posters, a kids' section, season stats, and plenty more.
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