We’re a new podcast on Manchester United launched at the start of 2016. Hosted by teenage Reds Harry Robinson and Jack Tait, our show is released at the start of every week. Lasting 30 minutes, they’re short and concise.

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We try to be funny on occasion, we often fail, but primarily we try to give interesting thoughts, bring even more interesting interviews. We’re also proud to be the only United podcast that gives you regular updates on United’s youth sides, the academy set up and the players out on loan across Europe.

Find us on iTunes, acast and elsewhere.

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Who are your hosts?

Harry Robinson

16 years old, loves nothing more than Sammy Platts before a game (as seen above).

Aside from that, working towards becoming a sports journalist, whether that be broadcast or broadsheet. Currently Manchester Football Editor at VAVEL UK – the international sports newspaper. Also previously featured on FourFourTwo, in the Arsenal FC matchday programme and on Manchester’s KEY103 Radio.

First United game: 7-1 vs Roma (Old Trafford), 10 April 2007

Favourite United moment: Michael Owen winner in the Manchester Derby, 4-3.

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Jack Tait

19 years old, currently studying at Princeton University, New Jersey, studying to become God knows what in the future. Current pre-game ritual is mainly remembering to wake up in the morning to watch United games whilst I live in American time zones!

First United game: 2-1 vs Southampton (Old Trafford), 2nd November 2002

Favourite United memory: John O’Shea’s winner in front of the Kop in 2007 to win the game 1-0 and help us win the title.

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