With just over two weeks before the 2022-23 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 £9000+ we’ve already raised. You can download the PDF through PayPal 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 the disastrous campaign of last season, transfers, thoughts on Cristiano Ronaldo’s return and potential departure, and our hopes for the season ahead.

A whole host of the best United supporting football writers preview the season with articles on our players, new manager, Glazer protests, youth team and women’s team.

This issue also contains exclusive interview with former United players Patrice Evra and Kleberson, as well as former club physio Dave Fevre.

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

Journalists Daniel Taylor, Henry Winter, Oliver Holt, Rob Dawson, James Ducker, Charlotte Duncker and Tyrone Marshall discussed our potential transfers, what we should expect from Erik ten Hag and the potential for the season ahead.

Sam Pilger wrote about the failed Ralf Rangnick experiment, Andy Mitten on what we should expect from Raphael Varane this season, Adam Crafton wrote on Ronaldo’s return, Daniel Harris on the excitement surrounding Jadon Sancho, Elko Born gave insight to Ten Hag’s style, Ed Barker wrote about the continued Glazer protests, Harry Robinson and Jonny Bohane looked at the youth teams, Andy Slater reviewed the women’s team, Vinciane Ngosmi and Rob Blanchette previewed the midfield and attack, Jay Motty wrote about Anthony Elanga’s potential, Elijah Sofoluke discussed Ten Hag’s captaincy choice, Abdel Rahman looked at Ten Hag’s tactics (Kindle version only), and Rich Evans conducted interviews with Kleberson and Dave Fevre.

The PDF is designed by Daft Fish.