The Republik of Mancunia has teamed up with UK Soccer Shop to give away an International shirt every week for 11 weeks in an exciting competition that will test your United knowledge to its limits!
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Each week we will show you a silhouette of a Manchester United player, and to enter the competition all you need to do is tell us who it is via our online form below.
1. With ten minutes left to play yesterday, fans were streaming out of the exits at Old Trafford, not prepared to stay until the final whistle confirmed our second home defeat in a matter of days. People have trotted out the stat pointing to the end of the 2001-2002 season, when Sir Alex Ferguson's United lost two games in a row at home.
De Gea, Rafael, Evans, Vidic, Evra, Januzaj, Cleverley, Jones, Nani, Hernandez, van Persie.
1. We've lost and drawn so many "must win" games now that it's probably time we stopped describing matches this way. Every single game between now and May is a "must win" after the points we've dropped and any talk of a "tough start to the season" is completely invalid when it comes to discussing our current league position.
De Gea, Rafael,Smalling,Vidic,Evra, Valencia, Giggs, Fellaini, Welbeck, Kagawa and Rooney.
Subs: Lindegaard, Evans, Cleverley, Nani, Young, Hernandez, Januzaj.
There will be a minute's silence for Bill Foulkes ahead of tonight's game against Everton. The picture above is the design Stretford End Flags has chosen for a flag.
In the programme notes for the game, David Moyes has paid tribute to our former player, who sadly passed away last week.
"Bill was a giant of a man who played a big part over almost two decades for this club, surviving the Munich air crash and then helping Sir Matt Busby's side become the first English winners of the European Cup ten years later," writes Moyes.
In an interview with The Guardian, Phil Neville has talked about his time at Everton, following his transfer to the Merseyside club in 2005.
David Moyes made Neville his captain, much to the amusement of Liverpool supporters, but he didn't feel as though he was really accepted until he had been at the club for a few years.
This season a new competition has started for Under 19 teams of all the Champions League qualifiers. The teams are all in the same groups of 4 as the senior teams are and the top 2 go through to the next round.
United are at a bit of a disadvantage over some of their rivals as United don't usually have an U-19 team, instead having an U-18 team and an U-21.
In an interview with The Guardian, Phil reflects on the day Sir Alex Ferguson invited him round to his house to tell him that it was time for him to move on.
Of course, the manager was right, with Phil thriving at Everton and becoming captain, but that didn't change how disappointed he was to be leaving the club he loved.
Reds globally dream of having their chant reverberate around the Theatre of Dreams. Have you ever wanted to have one of your chants immortalised in MUFC folklore? Well maybe now is your chance. Please send your original song entries firstname.lastname@example.org for Pete Boyle's consideration.
Republik of Mancunia has teamed up with Savile Rogue to give you the chance to win one of the world's finest cashmere football scarves in United colours.
Savile Rogue scarves give a nod to football terraces of yesteryear, shunning in-your-face logos and cheap nylon in favour of a traditional design and the comfort, quality and warmth of top grade wool.