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Podcast SE3-EP3: "My Nan Has A Better First Touch Than Wayne Rooney This Season"

Welcome to episode 3 of season 3 of the RedMancunian: Manchester United Podcast, sponsored by CampoRetro. This week the podcast is split up into two parts in which we recorded part one on the Sunday after the 1-0 victory against Aston Villa down at Villa Park, with part two recorded on the Thursday after the 3-1 Memphis show against Club Brugge, along with also transfer incomings to other clubs than Manchester United.

On this weeks show, we have Craig Norwood (@CraigNorwood), Sam (@centersneak), Mark (@mdhzk3) for part one, then Jay Motty (jaymotty) joins Craig for part two in the studio. If you wish to download direct to your phone, tablet or computer then you can do so by clicking DOWNLOAD.

Remember, you can of course send us feedback or questions for the podcast, simply by e-mailing [email protected] or directing a tweet to @RedMancunian. We record in our Manchester studio either on a Wednesday or Thursday if not doing outside broadcasts, so do make sure your questions are in with plenty of time to get noticed.


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RedMancunian: Manchester United Podcast

Season 03 – Episode 03.

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RedMancunian is the number one source for Manchester United news, insight and opinion on the most successful football club in the English top flight. RedMancunian was founded at the end of the 2011/2012 football season. We hope to provide insight on football matters related to Manchester United and provides a sense of what the club was and is all about. Follow RedMancunian on Twitter - @RedMancunian

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