Edwin Van Der Sar and Nemanja Vidic are the cover stars of Inside United, the cover stating it was the April 2008 edition when it was the April 2009 edition, as they discuss United’s recent run of 14 league games without conceding a goal.
Sir Alex Ferguson takes questions from supporters, revealing that if he could sign a player from United’s past to play in the current team, it would be Bryan Robson.
With the title run-in coming up, Inside United looks at the key games in March and April of the contenders, which includes Aston Villa, sitting on the periphery of the title race.
Patrice Evra spills the beans on his team-mates, declaring that Thomasz Kuzczak is now the worst dressed player at the club following the departure of Louis Saha.
Every advantage counts in a title race, and this edition features an interview with United’s Strength and Conditioning Coach Mike Clegg.
Cover stars Vidic and Van Der Sar get a five page feature, which is then followed by a six page feature on the run of clean sheets, with analysis from various former United players.
United have recently signed two Serbian players, Adam Ljajic and Zoran Tosic, and Inside United dedicates four pages to why they will both be a success at Old Trafford.
There is a focus on United’s Reserves, interviewing fans who travel to the games to see why it appeals to them.
Talking of Reserves, there is a profile of 17 year old Reece Brown, hoping to emulate his older brother Wes.
The magazine ends with Tim Burgess of The Charlatans talking about his love of United and his United memories.