Red Wednesday

Red Wednesday

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BBC Radio Manchester's weekly Manchester United fanzine. You can air your views via phone (0161 228 2255), text 81333 (start your message MANC), or email at manchestersports@bbc.co.uk

Episodes

Premier League or Europa League  

Do you care where Manchester United finish in the Premier League if they win the Europa League? Bill Rice is joined by former United trainee Alan Tonge.

Will Pogba become the best?  

Bill Rice talks to former United player Russell Beardsmore about criticism of Paul Pogba and the suspensions of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ander Herrera. You will also hear from chief executive John Shiels about 10 years of the Manchester United Foundation.

Who should start up front for United  

Bill Rice asks who you think should start up front for Manchester United if Zlatan Ibrahimovic is suspended. Former United trainee Alan Tonge will be sharing his thoughts.

Facilities for disabled supporters  

Liam Bradford asks if football doing enough for disabled supporters and is joined by United fans from the Disabled Supporters' Association.

Shaun Malone  

Bill Rice is joined by Shaun Malone from Gogglebox to preview the League Cup Final. Former United striker Danny Webber gives his views.

Gordon Hill  

Bill Rice is joined by former United midfielder Gordon Hill to talk about United’s Europa League tie against St Etienne and when he faced them in 1977.

Mourinho's style of football  

Bill Rice asks if you think Jose Mourinho's style of football is right for Manchester United. Former striker Andy Ritchie gives his views.

Mike Phelan & Micky Thomas  

Bill Rice, live from Old Trafford, with former United winger Mickey Thomas talking about Wayne Rooney and Ashley Young's future at the club. Plus hear from United boss Jose Mourinho on why he wants to keep the pair, and former United coach Mike Phelan on what the rest of the season may bring

What next for Wayne Rooney? A statue?  

Bill Rice asks do you think Wayne Rooney will be at Old Trafford next season, and does he deserve a statue at Old Trafford?. Former United under-18s coach Paul McGuinness gives his views and previews this weekend's FA Cup tie.

Anthony Crolla  

Bill Rice is joined by boxer and Manchester United fan Anthony Crolla and his trainer Joe Gallagher. Former United striker Danny Webber gives his views on United's recent form.

Is Wayne Rooney a Manchester United legend?  

Bill Rice is joined by former United striker Danny Webber and asks if you consider Wayne Rooney a United legend.

What has changed for Manchester United in the last six weeks  

Liam Bradford and Bill Rice ask what has changed for Manchester United in the last six weeks. Former Reds striker Andy Ritchie will also discuss United's recent good form.

Christmas party and review of the year  

Liam Bradford reviews the year with United fans live from Lime Bar.

Alan Tonge  

Liam Bradford is joined by former United player Alan Tonge to discuss manager Jose Mourinho's public backing of Marouane Fellaini.

Where has it gone wrong for the Reds  

Liam Bradford asks where do you think it's gone wrong from the Reds in the Premier League.

Ron Atkinson  

Mike Sweeney speaks to Ron Atkinson about his latest book, Ron Atkinson: The Manager.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic  

Hear from Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the option to extend his contract. Plus former striker Danny Webber on why the Reds are not scoring more goals.

Joe Lancaster  

Bill Rice is joined by former Manchester United goalkeeper Joe Lancaster, the club's oldest surviving player, and former striker Andy Ritchie.

Paul McGuinness  

Liam Bradford is joined by former Manchester United youth coach Paul McGuinness. Tonight's talking point is: is there a culture problem with some of Manchester United's players.

Richie Wellens  

Jack Dearden is joined by former United and Salford midfielder Richie Wellens.

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