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UnitedInFocus Podcast – Episode 5

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The United In Focus podcast returns this week with yet another former Manchester United player on the podcast.

This week, Mark Wilson joined regular host and Australian journalist Matthew Galea and Manchester United author Wayne Barton to chat all things United.

Mark shares his experiences from United’s incredible 1998-99 Treble-winning season as a youngster trying to break into what was perhaps the strongest midfield in the world at the time and some of the advice he received from the one and only Sir Alex Ferguson.

Now working as a coach, Mark also shared his insights into the current predicament United finds itself in, as he joins the panel in reviewing the frustrating 0-0 draw in the Premier League against Burnley, as well as helping the lads look ahead to Europa League action tonight against Fenerbache and back to the Premier League where United will travel to Swansea at the weekend.

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UnitedInFocus Podcast – Episode 4

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Welcome to episode four of the United In Focus podcast.

Hosted by Wayne Barton, United legend Gordon Hill and UIF social media manager Dave Murphy discuss the heavy defeat at Stamford Bridge and the recovery in the derby in the League Cup.

The game against Burnley is previewed, while Paul Pogba’s form and a missing Armenian are also discussed.

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Preview: Manchester United vs Manchester City

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Football is wonderful is so many ways. Emotionally tied, fans often experience the highest of highs and the lowest of lows during the course of a match, let alone a season. Writing this preview, United fans will be feeling rather jaded, frustrated and possibly confused, but as ever in football there is always the next game. However, I suspect there is an uneasy air of doubt among the faithful rather than optimism.

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