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Get your PSG matchday programme now!

Tuesday 01 December 2020 15:04

Manchester United fans can now get hold of a copy of the matchday programme for Wednesday night's massive Champions League match against Paris Saint-Germain.

With Manchester's current Tier Three-status ensuring that the Reds continue to play behind closed doors, supporters will have to wait a little longer for a return to Old Trafford.
 
But they can still grab a little slice of the matchday experience by bringing a long-standing element of the match-going buzz right into their homes, with our iconic matchday programme, United Review.
 
The PSG issue can be purchased in either print or digital form, and all season-ticket holders can access a free digital copy (just click here and enter your unique STH number).

December: A busy month awaits for United article

The final month of 2020 could be key, as Ole's side have nine games on the horizon, in three competitions.

The 68-page programme contains all the classic United Review favourites, including Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's exclusive column, as well as the passionate insight of regular columnist and European Cup-winner Paddy Crerand.
 
There's an exclusive interview with new fan-favourite Donny van de Beek, following his successful first Premier League start in the dramatic win at Southampton, and a tribute to 1963 FA Cup winner Maurice Setters, who recently passed away, aged 83.
 
Former Red Mikael Silvestre gives us the thoughts on the delicately placed situation in Group H ahead of the match, and we've also examined our best games, moments and goals against French opposition from the club's long association with our Gallic brethren.
There's also a full guide to PSG and their star-studded squad, plus interviews with French journalist Julien Laurens and a long-time fan of the Le Rouge et Bleu. While, elsewhere, our 30th anniversary celebration of United's 1991 Cup Winners' Cup triumph in Rotterdam also continues, as Bryan Robson and Denis Irwin share their treasured memories. 
 
We've also got an array of exclusive posters, eye-catching infographics and our famous UR quiz for you, too. Plus, if you opt to download the digital version of the programme, there's an whole host of supplementary interactive content, including videos clips throughout the issue. 
 
The edition of United Review is available right now, so why wait? You can order a print (click here) or digital (click here) copy of the legendary United Review.

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