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Manchester United Weekly Podcast

30 minutes on Manchester United, every Tuesday and Friday morning, featuring exclusive interviews, pre- and post-match analysis, detailed and insightful youth, loan and United Women round-ups. Hosted by Harry Robinson and Jack Tait.

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About Manchester United Weekly Podcast

The original half-hour Manchester United podcast, released every Tuesday and Friday morning for the 2022/23 season, featuring pre- and post-match analysis, detailed and insightful youth, loan and United Women round-ups. Previous guests have ranged from coaches and players to journalists, authors and fans, and include Michael Carrick, Mike Phelan, Andy Mitten, Simon Peach and Paul Hirst.

Founded in January 2016, the Manchester United Weekly Podcast has for eight seasons delivered waffle-free analysis from two lifelong Reds.

What you can expect:

Tuesday show: Weekend match analysis, youth & loan round-up, ‘guess the player’ and exciting guests.

Friday show: Mid-week match analysis live from the ground, big picture discussion with guests, Patreon phone-ins, weekend match preview and an extensive United Women round-up with journalists.

Meet the hosts

Harry Robinson

Harry Robinson

Harry Robinson is a Stretford End season ticket holder. He works as a freelance football journalist and broadcaster who reports on Manchester United, the club’s history and its academy. Harry currently works for MUFC and has bylines in The Independent, FourFourTwo, MUNDIAL, United We Stand, and The Blizzard. He is currently writing a book: The Men Who Made Manchester United, released by Pitch Publishing in September 2023. His first game at Old Trafford was in April 2007 when Sir Alex Ferguson's team beat AS Roma 7-1. Has it ever got better than that? No, probably not. One day..
Jack Tait

Jack Tait

A keen sports fan with an eye for numbers, Jack is an English-born Chicago-based Red. He moved to the USA first to study at Princeton University. Jack's first United game was a 2-1 victory over Southampton at Old Trafford in November 2002. His favourite United memory is John O’Shea’s 2007 winner in front of the Kop to help us win the title.
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