Get the derby buzz by ordering United Review!

Tuesday 08 December 2020 16:26

The 183rd Manchester derby will be the first ever game between United and City to take place behind closed doors.

Matchday won't be the same without the red and blue halves of Manchester present at Old Trafford, but fans can still claim their own little slice of the action by pre-ordering a print copy of the latest United Review.
The latest edition of our matchday programme contains an exclusive interview with new Brazilian left-back Alex Telles, who has looked so assured since joining the Reds from Porto at the tail end of the summer transfer window.
The defender tells us how he's settling in at the club, how he dealt with PSG on an incredible debut, and reveals the one word he'd use to describe Bruno Fernandes.
Order the derby issue of United Review to read our exclusive interview with Alex Telles in full.
There's in-depth insight and analysis on Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, plus exclusive columns from manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and 1968 European Cup legend Paddy Crerand. 
We've also started a brand-new feature based on the club reaching the milestone of 10,000 goals earlier this season. Many Reds, past and present, have scored many great goals, but which United strikes do some of our famous faces wish they had netted? Expect some surprising admissions!
With fans now back in stadiums across some parts of England, some nine months on from Old Trafford's last game at full capacity – March's unforgettable Manchester derby – we've also asked a selection of supporters about the one behind-closed-doors match they would have most loved to attended during the last nine months or so.
And that's just the tip of the iceberg. There's ex-Blue Niall Quinn gracefully remembering United's Cantona-inspired comeback at Maine Road in 1993, the United Review quiz, a feature on Ernest Mangnall – the only man to manage both Manchester giants  – and a whole host of stats, infographics and ace photography.
We all miss going to game – and Old Trafford misses having the Red Army present – but one part of the matchday experience is still going strong, putting you right at the heart of the action for just £3.50 plus postage and packaging.
Order the derby programme now, or subscribe for the season, and get that little taste of matchday delivered right to your door.
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