The Republik of Mancunia 2013-14 season review and World Cup 2014 preview raised an incredible £1605 for the Trafford Macmillan Wellbeing Centre.

The country’s best journalists, Manchester United supporting writers and football experts from around the world all contributed free of charge to ensure as much money as possible could be raised.

Both reviews are available from just £1 (you can pay more if you like) with all the money still going to charity. The season review may be out of date now but there is some fantastic writing in there which is still worth a read.

 
 

The World Cup preview gives great insight on how our players are viewed by the fans of their international teams and what role they play for their country.

 
 

A huge thanks to: Gary Neville, Daniel Taylor (The Guardian), Henry Winter (The Telegraph), Oliver Holt (The Mirror), Sid Lowe (The Guardian), Sam Wallace (The Independent), Martin Lipton (The Mirror), Dominic Fifield (The Guardian), Graham Hunter (Sky Sports, ESPN, BBC), Tim Montgomerie (The Times), Mark Ogden (The Telegraph), Darren Lewis (The Mirror), Mike Keegan (BBC), Rob Dawson (MEN), Sam Pilger (FourFourTwo), Paul Ansorge (United Rantcast), Daniel Harris (A journey through a season), Zac Hann, Justin Mottershead (Pride Of All Europe) Michael Shepherd and Ian Scullion (ManUtdTactics), Nooruddean Choudry (@BeardedGenius), Brett Atkinson (@bifurcated_mufc), Laurie Hanna, Gabe Turner (“The Class of ’92″), Paul Gunning, Musa Okwonga, Elko Born, Mohamed Moalim, Michiel Jongsma, Paulo Freitas (@cynegeticus), Tom Parfitt (@tparf), Richard Martin (@rich9908), Sam Peoples (@peoplesperson), Nick Dorrington (@chewingthecoca), Tom Coast (@thcoast), Tom Marshall (@mexicoworldcup), Cesar Hernandez (@cesarh1030), Tom Kundert (@portu_goal), Jan Fredrik Hagen (@portuball), Didrik Ottesen (@didrikottesen), Bjorn De Cock (@thebelgpatriot) and Greg Double (@dubstep1988).




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The RoM 2016-17 Season Preview is available for just £5. It includes an EXCLUSIVE interview with Mikael Silvestre, a Q&A with the country's top journalists about our transfer targets, articles by brilliant United writers, and so much more. All profit goes to Trafford Macmillan so please support this fantastic cause.