With just over two weeks before the 2021-22 Premier League season kicks off, the annual RoM charity preview is available. All profit is donated to the Trafford Macmillan Wellbeing Centre, which supports people with cancer and their family members in Trafford, adding to the £7000+ we’ve already raised. You can download the PDF for a minimum of £6 (but can contribute more for charity if you choose) or buy the e-book version on Amazon.


Some of the country’s top journalists have their say on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, transfers and our hopes for the season ahead, while a whole host of the best United supporting football writers preview the season with articles on our players, manager, Glazer protests, youth team and women’s team.

The book is available on Kindle from Amazon UK, US, Canada, India, Australia and Germany.

Darren Richman reflects back on the 2020-21 season and what we can hope for in the campaign ahead. Andy Mitten assesses Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s performance as United manager so far. Daniel Taylor, Henry Winter, Oliver Holt, James Ducker, Charlotte Duncker and Simon Stone discuss our potential transfers and best performing players. Daniel Harris sings the praises of Marcus Rashford. Vinciane Ngomsi previews the defence, Alex Shaw the midfield and Adam Crafton the attack. Ed Barker writes about the impact of Bruno Fernandes. Chris Rumfitt looks at the momentous anti-Glazer protests and the changes we can expect behind the scenes. Musa Okwonga discusses what new signing Jadon Sancho can bring to the team. Scott Patterson looks at how Harry Maguire has grown in to the captaincy. Sam Pilger discusses the battle between David de Gea and Dean Henderson for the no.1 shirt. Nooruddean Choudry looks at the presence of Edinson Cavani. Jay Mottershead writes about the development of Mason Greenwood. Elijah Sofoluke discusses the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement. Natalie Burrell reviews last season for the women’s team. Jonny Bohane singles out the youth players we should keep an eye out for.

PDF designed by Daft Fish. Image of Sancho provided by Stan Chow.