Running away with the league title, Mark Hughes is the cover star as Match asks if this is Untied’s best ever team.
Also making a good start was Reading, who secured the record for most successive wins at the start of the season with a win at Newport, and they get three pages.
Frank McAvennie gets a full page profile, with opposing players who have faced West Ham giving their opinions of him, after 10 goals in his first 11 games for West Ham.
Former Manchester United manager Tommy Docherty gets asked to compare the current United team with their European Cup winning side of the 1960s, giving each player a mark out of 10, with the 1985 team winning 98 to 89.
In Scotland, the East Terracing at Hampden Park will be renamed the Jock Stein Stand in memory of the former Scotland manager, who died recently.
Aberdeen, Dundee United and St Mirren are all flying the flag for Scottish football in Europe this week.
Also in European competition, Bangor City of Wales have hit the jackpot after being drawn against Spanish giants Atletico Madrid.
Glenn Roeder of Newcastle United gets asks about his favourites, and his favourite cartoon character is The Pink Panther.