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Red Christmas

If you’re struggling for ideas for United fans this Christmas…

Deepest Red – £6.17/£20
A unique collection of writing about the myth, madness, and glory that is Manchester United.
Bringing together writers, bloggers and journalists to provide fresh insight into the club’s history, this anthology pinpoints the defining moments that have created a global legend.

Sons of United – £19.99/£40
576 pages, 500+ high resolution images many of which have never been seen before, 320 match reports including original newspaper cuttings from the day and 115 player biographies from 1938 to the present day. It includes a history of how the Manchester United’s Youth Team was formed, the inauguration of the F.A. Youth Cup competition, 115 player biographies (one of which is an interview with 91 year old Jack White, the last of the MUJACs), various tours the Youth team have undertaken, information about youth programmes, youth coaches, what the future holds, a roll of honour and much more.

This Is The One: Sir Alex Ferguson: The Uncut Story of a Football Genius – £7
When This Is The One was first published in 2007 it was hailed by Michael Crick as ‘one of the all-time Manchester United classics’ and featured by The Times in their quest to find the ‘Best Ever 50 Sports Books’. Written over the course of two eventful and controversial seasons, This Is The One, offers a unique portrait of Sir Alex Ferguson from Daniel Taylor’s position behind the scenes as a football writer covering the club for The Guardian.

Best XI Manchester United – £3.99.
Experienced football writer Sam Pilger selects his side from this vast array of talent and aims to finally settle the debate of who should be included in United’s greatest ever XI. A lifelong United fan, and the author of several books on United’s history, Pilger has interviewed and got to know nine of the eleven players in his side, and so provides his own unique and personal insights in to what makes each of them great. Read the chapter on Roy Keane.

Mancunia Merchandise
United T-shirts, santa hats, hoodies etc.

Manchester’s Finest: How the Munich air disaster broke the heart of a great city – £6.99
This book tells of the terrible air crash in Munich, but it is also the story of the immediate aftermath of the disaster and the effect on the city of Manchester. It paints a vivid picture of Manchester at that time, from February 1958 to the end of the season in May when a patched-up team, carried along on a great wave of emotion, reached the FA Cup Final. It is about the fans, the people of Manchester and about the place of a football team in the heart of a city.

RoM Mugs – £5.99

On the Road: A Journey Through a Season – £5
On The Road follows Daniel Harris as he travels around England and Europe watching United anywhere but Old Trafford. Witty, stylish, intelligent and true, if you love football, and even if you don’t, you’ll love this.

About ManUtd app – £1.99

Savile Rogue
Luxury United scarves and socks.

Manchester United prints – £16.55


About Scott

Scott is the editor of Red Matters - 50 Years of Supporting Manchester United and an author of Play Like Fergie's Boys and Not Nineteen Forever. He writes for ESPN, The Metro and Bleacher Report. Follow @R_o_M on Twitter.

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10 Comments

  1. FletchTHEMAN says:

    Some great stocking stuffers for the slightly nutter red fan. Personal favorits are Sons of United and Deepest Red both freshly minted.

    For those that don’t know the Sons of United story. Get on it ….. Right now!!!
    One in every 2 United senior debuts is a United Academy graduate.
    Not another top 4 side in England comes close.

  2. Take me to Old Trafford says:

    pls kindly show a fellow Red love by helping him win a Samsung smartphone……all you have to do is open dis link and click ‘Like’. The more like I get, the more my chances of winning. Really counting on you Beautiful Reds around the world.
    m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=318271924952704&id=1059752859&refid=17&_ft_=fbid.318271924952704

  3. Take me to Old Trafford says:

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  4. Take me to Old Trafford says:

    seems d link is somehow crazy, u can click on my username, check my wall, and you will see the shared status. Thanks

  5. Warwick says:

    Christmas shopping has to go on hold till Monday – too hyped up to concentrate. Might avail myself of Deepest Red as a celebratory gift to myself !!!!

  6. Proverb says:

    It takes more than a rugby spear tackle to stop man utd, come on you guys
    Let’s put the bitter cunts into their place

  7. FletchTHEMAN says:

    Sir Bobby says that neither he nor SAF like Mourinho very much. WOW

    “A United manager wouldn’t do that,” Charlton says. “Mourinho is a really good coach but that’s as far as I would go really. He’s the manager of Real Madrid and we expect to play them in the Champions League by the end of the season.”

    When it is put to him that it is difficult to imagine a United manager being allowed to get away with some of Mourinho’s behaviour, Charlton says: “You are right. He pontificates too much for my liking. He’s a good manager, though.” But Ferguson admires Mourinho. “He doesn’t like him too much, though,” Charlton shoots back.

    Ok you Mourinho loving lot……. take that! :cool:

    http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/sport/2012/1208/1224327650141.html

  8. Hans says:

    A performance like this one tomorrow, would make a perfect early Christmas present!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_Gp_phdRB1c

  9. Dave Malaysia says:

    If this interview is clear, no lost in translation claims later, then it does make it clear who is the

    choice to replace Fergie in the future.

    Or does it? Mind games?

    Mourinho.Pep and Moyes frontrunners.

    Klopp possibility.

    Solskjaer , in the future.

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    Moyes is the only one capable of that steely scottish stare and hairdryer.
    Fergie wanted him as his number 2, before Moyes joined everton.
    Moyes has worked with a shoestring budget, highs and lows of football, some Euro experience,ok in transfers, different teams different styles.
    Stayed at everton for a long time.
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    Mourinho, big enough, tough enough to handle the pressure.Will for the first time be theman in charge of the football side of the club. No football directors.
    Has mellowed ,matured,less arrogance.
    A winner, at every club he has been,actually capable of overtaking Fergie in trophys haul,if he continues.
    Only the portugal national team job left and returning to england to challenge him.
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    Pep has class,knowledge,luck, experience. Knows how to play swashbuckling football.
    Wud be in charge of Uniteds football side,no football director.
    Wud love the history of the club.
    Never managed outside barca,left after the pressure of expectations,not actual drawback but just a worry.
    chelsea cant get him,not after roman showed his stupid hand again. u are not coaching for theclub fans or players but just a bitch for roman to play with.
    city have got 2 ex barca to see thier redevelopement,so its a possibily.

    So what has his sabbatical taught him for the future?
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    So who now ,what now in 2013 summer or 2014 summer?

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