RoM is today launching a comprehensive e-book to get all Manchester United fans fully in the mood for the season ahead.
As always, all profit from the e-book will go to Trafford Macmillan Wellbeing Centre and it only costs a minimum of £5 to download, although you can pay more if you would like to donate more to this cause. The centre is located 5 miles from Old Trafford and helps people who have been diagnosed with cancer and their families. So far, we have raised £4.5k for them and would love to add to that.
Simply enter your e-mail address and the amount you would like to pay in the box below.
Paul Scholes spoke to us exclusively to us about his time as a coach when Ryan Giggs was interim manager, his thoughts on whether he will return to United, his feelings on the fans singing his song and his reaction to all the quotes about him from the world’s greatest players.
Henry Winter (Chief Football Writer at The Times), Oliver Holt (Chief Sports Writer at The Mail on Sunday), Daniel Taylor (Chief Football Writer for The Guardian), Oliver Kay (Chief Football Correspondent at The Times), James Ducker (Northern Football Correspondent of The Daily Telegraph), Mark Ogden (Senior Football Writer at ESPN) and Mike Keegan (Football News Reporter at The Daily Mail) discuss last season and the season ahead.
The e-book also includes fantastic articles written by brilliant football writers:
Three things to look forward to this season – Sam Pilger
Jose Mourinho and a Lack of Nuance – Darren Richman
Stockholm: The final piece – Andy Mitten
Preview of the defence – Paul Gunning
Ole, Ole Ander Herrera – Paul Ansorge
Farewell Wazza – Daniel Harris
Preview of the midfield – Jay Mottershead
The player whose commitment you can’t put a price on – Alex Shaw
Rojo is Red – Roy Nemer
Tactical review of Mourinho’s first season – Ian Scullion and Mike Shepherd
The Mickey Mouse crumb that lead us to Stockholm – Nooruddean Choudry
Preview of the attack – Ed Barker
Academy players to look out for – Johnny Bohane
Our Future Leader – Tatiana Nahai
United’s Powerhouse – Muhammad Butt
Please help support this fantastic cause.
Made in Manchester is available for just £5. It includes 30 articles from the country's best football writers about graduates from the Manchester United academy. Everyone who buys a copy enters a competition to win the new home shirt. All profit goes to Trafford Macmillan so please support this fantastic cause.