Paul Scholes is the cover star of Manchester Untied’s official magazine as the 1998-1999 season nears it’s end, a season finale that would be mixed for Scholes.
In news, there is a film about George Best’s life in production, due for release in 2000.
Elsewhere, David Beckham has become a dad for the first time, with odds already being offered on a range of life events including playing for United or having a number 1 single.
Cover star Paul Scholes gets a five page interviews where he discusses his recent hat-trick for England against Poland and declares that he never wants to leave United.
There is a look at player’s digs and the landladies who have housed young United stars in the past and present.
United manager Alex Ferguson uses his column to deny that he has any immediate plans to retire, even if United win the European Cup, as he celebrates 25 years in football management.
Henning Berg gets a four page interview ahead of the title run-in, stating that he hopes his former club Blackburn avoid relegation.
There is a look back at United’s games in March and a preview of May’s games. Just the five games, but that could increase depending on cup results in April, as yet unknown at time of going to press.