RN251 - Content for the new RedNews251 - on sale for Chelsea, Liverpool, Seville home games ONLY - published 25th February 2018
Reditorial on United, identity, social media boasts and a Football Club. Since the last mag. Gossip. Well sourced, well read. Mkhitaryan - what went wrong? @carlosartorial, the wry old sod. @toeinthewater1 on Super Ed, well, maybe not. Pete Shaw is Red & Angry - on Utd wanting to improve the OT atmosphere, amongst other things. city in need. Utd fans at Maine Road pic. Melissa and pals in Belgrade for the 60th anniversary. @mufc_dan87 on Football Accountants. @_Rob_B on VAR. 5 Pint Rule. Another gem from @chinatownbranch. @SparkyMate has been having strange thoughts about Phil Jones. @CornbrookSt_Red on Tom Curry. Liam Miller RIP. The bond between MUFC and Bishop Auckland. @biggestfella18 has some truly sordid Euro Away tales. Bobbles on what Utd need to do to improve. Positives and Negatives with @Northern_Exiled. And arrested at Anfield '92. oh, and much much more!

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"It's a curious element to United at the minute because although they won, and they beat the team they love to beat more than any other team, that result and that performance would have left some people with mixed feeling as they left Old Trafford,"

"They won and ultimately that's all that counts but they did invite trouble and pressure on in the second half and Liverpool piled it on. On another day things could have been different and it's a dangerous tactic to use, especially against a team with an attacking three like Liverpool.

"Ultimately, all Mourinho is bothered about is results,"

"He knows he can't compete with Guardiola down the road. That team play a different brand of football, a brand that no other side can come close to matching.

"United are functional compared to City but we are seeing an exceptional team in City. In another season, take City out of the equation, United would be winning the title this season.

"United have had a tradition of attacking, gung-ho football. That is not going to happen under Mourinho but he will win trophies in his way and what do you want as a supporter?"