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Podcast SE2-EP19: "Cantona - Hope, Belief, Trophies"

In the week when Manchester United became favourites to win the FA Cup after a drab 0-0 away to Cambridge United, the RedMancunian team were back in the studio to bash out another podcast for your ears.

In the studio this week we’ve got Craig Norwood, Justin Mottershead and we hear from Andy Thomo. During this 1 hour, 17 minute episode the team discuss the Cambridge match, Juan Mata, Adnan Januzaj, Ander Herrera, Eric Cantona and take questions from the fans.

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Listen to this week’s episode, we hope you enjoy the show!

RedMancunian: Manchester United Podcast

Season 02 – Episode 19.

Manchester United Podcast

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One reply on “Podcast SE2-EP19: "Cantona - Hope, Belief, Trophies"”

Enjoyed the format of the podcast. A couple of one to one conversations is much more productive than a group of four competing for air space.

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