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  • Arsene Wenger reacts to news of Woodward's involvement in the Super League and that he is leaving MUFC
    by E.S.
    Arsene Wenger reacts to news of Woodward's involvement in the Super League and that he is leaving MUFC

    "Well, I would say he realised the project was not well prepared, and I don't know what Woodward will do,"

    "But, look, if you want to create a Super League with two groups of 10 teams and you come out with only 12, and you know you can lose some, (laughs) your project is not very solid."
    Yesterday, 02:24 PM
  • Two podcast in a short space of time ! ... The New Red News Podcast 108 - Eventful!
    by E.S.
    The New Red News Podcast 108 - Eventful!

    European Super League collapses, Woodward goes! An incredible 48 hours.

    The independent, satirical Manchester United supporters' fanzine - for adults only, contains expletives, talks MUFC or not at times as we don't even discuss a game as events off the field take centre spot - and, thankfully, the European Super League collapses. #mufc

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    And you can now support the growth and development of this small but rather unique fanzine podcast each month at

    Thank you.
    Yesterday, 02:21 PM
  • Ex-MUFC youngster Paul McShane remembers his days at MUFC and a certain Roy Keane
    by E.S.
    Ex-MUFC youngster Paul McShane remembers his days at MUFC and a certain Roy Keane

    “I remember there was talk that a few lads would get called up because there were quite a few injuries. So then I got the call and it was amazing like, it really was.

    “I was going on tour with Manchester United. It was a really great experience. I ended up playing a game, I think it was in Chicago maybe. We played Bayern Munich. Santa Cruz was up front and stuff.

    “The three at the back was me on the right-hand side, Roy Keane in the middle and Jonathan Spector on the left.

    “It was a 0-0 draw and I think we lost on penalties but it was brilliant. It was great to be with the first team every day and see how they acted and all that.”

    “He [Roy Keane] was my biggest hero growing up. I did okay in the games, but didn’t do well in training. He used to hammer me in training.

    “I remember there was one training session out in America. I gave the ball away in the possession game – probably more than once to be honest – and he hammered me. He absolutely slaughtered me and I was so shocked.

    “I was running away from the ball then. I didn’t want to touch the ball from then on in. Afterwards he was like ‘it’s tough love, you’ve got to learn. You can’t be the young lad forever. You’ve got to learn.’”

    “Something that I took away from that was ‘yeah, I suppose you can’t be the young lad forever.’ I’ve been to clubs where people still think they’re young when they’re 24.

    “They don’t really crack on, they don’t take responsibility as a professional, a senior player. It was a good tip from Roy but it was tough love.

    “I was terrified in training then but, in the game, I played alright and he gave me a bit of praise afterwards.”
    Yesterday, 02:19 PM
  • Nicky Butt gives his thoughts on the stupid Super League
    by E.S.
    Nicky Butt gives his thoughts on the stupid Super League

    "I don't think an apology is too great anyway if I'm honest. I think what happened should never have happened.

    "What happened is the worst case of bullying in my opinion, from powerful people, so whether they apologise or not is irrelevant to me really."

    “They work in the shadows if you like and they do what they think is right but I think the shocking thing is they can't have empathy for the fan that makes this sport so great.

    "Without the fans, the sport is nothing, and to not be on board with what I think the fans want is, that's the alarming thing for me

    "So it's a lesson to people who come into the country and come into powerful football clubs and think that they can do whatever they want because they are owners and they are very, very wealthy.

    "Over the last few hours in this country it has proved not to be the case."...
    Yesterday, 02:17 PM
  • Can you be one of the 334 Reds that keeps RedNews going for the year ahead? Sub campaign now open.
    by E.S.
    Can you be one of the 334 Reds that keeps RedNews going for the year ahead? Sub campaign now open.

    Red News needs your help.

    We need your support now more than ever.
    Target = 334 Reds signing up! By July 31st 2021.

    If you believe in fanzines + RN, please do support if you can.
    Pledge, subscribe and keep the fanzine going for the year ahead.
    Behind closed doors has destroyed matchday sales of Utd's first fanzine.

    We need to reach target for the fanzine to survive. Support us or lose us.
    100% independent, 100% unofficial.

    An independent fanzine which passionately believes in MUFC fan culture and giving YOU a voice. Fanzines are important to us. And, we feel, important to you as it provides a different voice - yours - away from the mainstream and official mass. We want to remain strong, especially in difficult times like these - and with your support we will keep printing.

    We know there is a lot going on, and a lot for readers to be dealing with at the moment - so we're asking for your support right now only if you are in a position to give it. And we hope you and yours are all ok.

    For the fanzine, it's undoubtedly our biggest and most important appeal/sub campaign, one that decides if we will be here in the next 12 months - we haven't sold at a game in over a year, and whilst we now have hope of some kind of a return, we still remain fearful that a full Old Trafford might be some time away. The impact on RedNews has been dramatic. This sub campaign guarantees Red News publishes for the next season ahead.

    We've carried on printing since last March, but a significant downturn in orders have reflected the difficult times. If we don't make target, we might not be able to continue; fanzine, podcasts, etc.

    We want to carry on printing for 2021/22 - and with your support we can.

    We're having to think a bit ahead - so we've made the decision to keep printing double mags next season (21/22). So you won't miss out on content, this will now be six big double issues for a sub (at 72 pages each), meaning, in terms of content, it's 12 mags of the old format for your yearly sub. We also hope to provide a unique subscribers gift if we reach the summer sub campaign target.

    We have never needed your support as subscribers as much as now - so if you can pledge a sub, be it print or pdf, you are helping to keep RedNews going when we needs it the most.

    We still believe the terraces of Old Trafford and its culture are a little bit stronger when Red News is around, and that our fanzine still provides a strong voice, and a different take on supporting MUFC that is worth preserving. We believe we continue to offer a unique window onto United. We are passionate about our club. And we show it. You might agree, or disagree with some of the content. That's healthy. That's the point of a fanzine. It's not just one set view, but a mix of different voices offering strong, important views on our club. And then try to have a laugh at it all.

    So on our 34th anniversary we are again opening up our new advanced annual subscription campaign until July 31st - and the target will be 334 Reds signing up. Last year you kindly helped us break the 380 mark. Please support if you can.

    Take care, and thank you for continuing to keep OUR voice alive.


    For info; the subs taken out now will start from RedNews284/285 which will publish in August - unless you tell us otherwise. Our May double issue 282/283 will conclude the sub campaign from 2020/21 - so if you are a current subscriber and subscribe now we will just add this onto the existing one and your new sub would start from next season. If you are a new subscriber for the first time, the sub will start from August, unless you tell us otherwise... But we can accommodate any request, of course!

    We do not have an automatic subscription function, so rely on you renewing, thanks!

    Any questions whatsoever, let us know.

    And, just, thank you. And please take care.

    Glory Glory Man United!
    Yesterday, 02:14 PM
  • Nicky Butt talks about why he left MUFC (and it was not to do with this stupid Super League)
    by E.S.
    Nicky Butt talks about why he left MUFC (and it was not to do with this stupid Super League)

    "It wasn't a wrench to go if I'm honest, I love the club, always have and always will. But I knew it was my time to leave and maybe get some new challenges and start something different,"

    "I was comfortable in my job, comfortable in my surroundings, it was just a personal choice to leave the club because I felt like it was my time to go and explore other opportunities. Obviously, with what's gone on over the last few days, it looks like there was a reason why I left, but that wasn't the reason, my reason for leaving was purely to accept new challenges that hopefully will come soon."
    Yesterday, 02:12 PM