Andy Mitten is Editor at Large of FourFourTwo, interviewing the likes of Lionel Messi, Eric Cantona, Sir Alex Ferguson and Diego Maradona for the magazine. He also founded and is editor of United We Stand, the Manchester United fanzine, and contributes to a number of publications, including GQ, the BBC and The Athletic.
Manchester United The likes of Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka have individually started strongly at Old Trafford – but will the team start to click as a whole?
Manchester United The 22-year-old has been unfortunate to play for United during a period without much success. But as his performance against Manchester City showed, he is establishing himself as the star of the team
Manchester United A dodgy sending off, a near punch-up at a banquet, and a stand-off with Manchester City staff: United’s 1966 defeat could have gone smoother, discovers Andy Mitten
Manchester United Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still deserves time at Old Trafford, but there are big changes that need to be made
More Than A Game For legions of fans the Spanish Civil War never really ended: every season it flares up again when Barcelona play Real Madrid. And as each side tries to outdo the other with star players and footballing excellence, the fixture has become the world's most keenly savoured club match. Andy Mitten reported for the September 2003 FourFourTwo magazine
Manchester United Picture the scene: you’ve just won the Treble, you’re 10,000 miles from home and Steve McClaren has been left in charge. The chief protagonists relive the craziest of pre-season jollies
Paul Pogba He’s a superstar meme whose every touch, tweet or trim is subject to criticism. If that wasn’t enough pressure, Paul Pogba is expected to spearhead a resurgence at Manchester United: bring back trophies on the pitch, be the global face of the brand off it. Can he do it? Time to find out...
Manchester United Given the problems the team faces on the pitch, the Old Trafford faithful haven’t yet been as vocal about Ed Woodward as you might expect
Harry Kane Comments made by the Tottenham striker this week hint at a possible desire to leave North London - Manchester United must be ready to pounce
Manchester United Manchester United's academy graduate was the Red Devils' best player as they claimed a hard-fought win over Leicester on Saturday – all part of a steady rise away from the bright lights
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