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Wednesday 13 April 2022 13:45

Manchester United return to Old Trafford to host Norwich City on Saturday 16 April, which means a fresh new issue of our iconic matchday programme, United Review.

The Reds are looking for a morale-boosting win ahead of tough tests away at Liverpool and Arsenal, and what better time to find it than at 3pm on a Saturday afternoon at the Theatre of Dreams?
You can get in the mood for the game via United Review, which has enough quality pre-match material to keep you busy right until kick-off.
Are you attending Old Trafford? If so, you'll be able to pick up a copy of the new edition. But if not, don't fear: you can order it to be delivered right to your front door.
In this issue of UR, you can read interim boss Ralf Rangnick's exclusive programme notes, via the traditional manager's column, plus there's an exclusive interview with Brazilian midfielder Fred.
There's also a full briefing on the visitors, Dean Smith's Norwich. This will be the 20th Premier League meeting between the teams, and there's been some truly memorable encounters, going right back to the inaugural season of the Premier League in 1992/93.
We're also building up to the FA Youth Cup final against Nottingham Forest, where Travis Binnion's Reds are aiming to register a record 11th triumph for the club. Our Youth Cup Miscellany feature brings you a wide-ranging snapshot of why this is such a great competition, and why United's history in it is so rich and historic.
Meanwhile, in celebration of Bruno Fernandes's new contract, we've gone to the trouble of selecting 18 prime pieces of playmaking genius from the Portuguese magnifico for your delectation.
There's also the chance to meet the latest fan in our legendary handshake illustration, Barry Baxter, who tells us about the time Nobby Stiles chauffeured him to Old Trafford  – before playing in the game!
Also inside are updates on United Women, the club’s Under-23s and Under-18s sides, plus all the regular features of our beloved matchday programme: photos, quizzes, posters, a kids' section, season stats, and plenty more.