Following the huge success of the RoM 2013-2014 season review, raising over £1500 for charity, another downloadable PDF is on offer for Manchester United fans.
With a minimum payment of £4 required, you will be presented with close to 30 pages of United related content, focussing on our players who will be featuring in the World Cup this summer.
Football writers with expertise in the countries our players represent have written detailed articles looking at what role our players have for their nation’s teams. Looking at the history of their international careers, as well as how they are rated by fans from their country, you will get a view of our players that you probably haven’t seen before.
Why does Roy Hodgson love Chris Smalling? What do the French think of Patrice Evra? What chant inspired the Mexican team? Why is Nani rated so highly in the Portuguese team? What can Mata add to the Spanish side and will he get a game? What chances do Japan have of progressing with Kagawa and Honda leading the way? Why is Rooney even more special than England fans realise? What’s Valencia’s nickname in Ecuador? Why didn’t Rafael stand a chance of getting in Brazil’s squad? What role should Januzaj and Fellaini expect to play for Belgium?
Several top journalists have taken part, such as Sid Lowe (The Guardian), Sam Wallace (The Independent), Martin Lipton (The Mirror), Dominic Fifield (The Guardian) and Graham Hunter (Sky Sports, ESPN, BBC).
Paulo Freitas – Sky Sports correspondent and Brazil’s Head Researcher for Football Manager. @cynegeticus
Spain – Juan Mata and David de Gea
Tom Parfitt has written about football for The Independent, FourFourTwo, When Saturday Comes and World Soccer. @tparf
Richard Martin is based in Barcelona and writes primarily for the Press Association and The Telegraph. @rich9908
England – Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck, Phil Jones and Chris Smalling
Sam Peoples runs The Peoples Person, an independent Manchester United site covering all the latest news and gossip. @peoplesperson
Ecuador – Antonio Valencia
Nick Dorrington is a freelance football writer who specializes in football in South America. His articles have been published by ESPN, The Score, When Saturday Comes and XI Quarterly. @chewingthecoca
France – Patrice Evra
Tom Coast is a regular contributor and France specialist for Sport Witness and writes about Manchester United at CanTheyScore. @sardinetrawler
Mexico – Javier Hernandez
Tom Marshall is a Mexico-based journalist covering the Liga MX and Mexico national team for ESPN FC and Goal.com. @mexicoworldcup
Joel Aceves and Wiso Vazquez cover the Mexican National team for Futmexsource.com and form part of the Mexican Soccer Show Video podcast. @joelacevez @wisovazquez
Cesar Hernandez writes about the Mexican national team and the Liga MX at ESPN FC and The Big Verde. @cesarh1030
Portugal – Nani
Tom Kundert lives in Lisbon and is the creator and editor-in-chief of Portugoal.net and co-author of the book “A Journey Through Portuguese Football”. He writes for World Soccer Magazine, FourFourTwo and The Mirror. @portu_goal
Jan Fredrik Hagen writes for Sport Witness and has contributed to the official FIFA World Cup magazines. @portuball
Belgium – Adnan Januzaj and Marouane Fellaini
Didrik Ottesen is a Norwegian freelance journalist and football analyst covering Belgium for the London based statistical modelling and analysis company Football Radar. He has written for The Telegraph, FourFourTwo, Bleacher Report, FIFA’s Official World Cup Magazine and others. @didrikottesen
Bjorn De Cock is the co-founder of BeNeFoot.net and has a passion for writing about Belgian football. @thebelgpatriot
Holland – Robin van Persie
Michiel Jongsma is one of the editors of BeNeFoot.net, a blog specialized in Dutch and Belgian football. He has contributed to Just Football and The Sabotage Times among others and has appeared on Football Weekly. @jongsmajongsma
Japan – Shinji Kagawa
Greg Double is a lifelong Reading fan who works in Sports PR. He has written for telegraph.co.uk, Sabotage Times, Topman Magazine and The Tilehurst End. @dubstep1988
Dave Brooks contributes to the blog fortressnozuta.wordpress.com. @fortressnozuta
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. All profit goes to Trafford Macmillan so please support this fantastic cause.