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Rant Monthly Issue 6 – January 2012

January 8, 2012 Tags: Monthly No comments

Welcome to the sixth edition of Rant Monthly, our high-quality mix of original Rant editorial that comes to you completely free each month.

Issue 6 covers the latest topical analysis over more than 40 pages, including an in-depth look at Sir Alex Ferguson at 70, Michael Carrick’s recent improvement in form, United’s history in the FA Cup and Liverpool’s attempt to set race relations back 30 years.

Also in this month’s issue: the Europa League, Phil Jones, James Gibson 80 years on, player performance stats for December, Fans Forum, Paul Ansorge and our mid-season report.

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Rant Monthly Issue 5 – December 2011

December 6, 2011 Tags: Monthly 1 comment

Welcome to the fifth edition of Rant Monthly, our high-quality mix of original Rant editorial that comes to you on the first of each month. Or shortly thereafter in December!

Issue 5 covers the latest topical analysis, including an in-depth look at Manchester United’s financials, Sir Alex Ferguson’s potential replacements, Tomasz Kusazk’s questionable behaviour and the Reds grinding out 1-0 wins. With contributions from Ajay Smith, Dan Bowman, and Sean Geraghty.

Also: a focus on youth, including a profile of Robbie Brady, a look why Ferguson has held back his young stars, and new signing Andreas Pereira.

There are all the regulars: Ed Barker, Paul Ansorge, Fans’ Forum and the EA Player Performance Index.

Issue 5 is available in two flavours for your reading pleasure: high and low image quality. Right click > “save as” below. For PDF aficionados, Rant Monthly is best read like a magazine, two-up, showing cover page (View > Page Display). Or help destroy the environment and print it!

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Rant Monthly Issue 4 – November 2011

November 4, 2011 Tags: Monthly 1 comment

Welcome to the fourth edition of Rant Monthly, our high-quality mix of original Rant editorial that comes to you on the first of each month. Or shortly thereafter in November!

Over 42 pages, Issue 4 looks in depth at Sir Alex Ferguson’s 25 years as manager at Manchester United: the personality, the key moments, his best team, the quotes, the numbers, and the infamous arguments. With contributions from Zack Hann, Ajay Smith, Will Tidey, and Paul Ansorge.

Also: a profile of Ravel Morrison, a look at Tom Cleverley, Javier Hernández and Jonny Evans, and a celebration of Nemanja Vidic’s international retirement!

There are all the regulars: Ed Barker, Paul Ansorge, Fans’ Forum Q&A and the EA Player Performance Index.

Issue 4 is available in two flavours for your reading pleasure: high and low image quality. Right click > “save as” below. For PDF aficionados, Rant Monthly is best read like a magazine, two-up, showing cover page (View > Page Display). Or help destroy the environment and print it!

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Rant Monthly Issue 3 – October 2011

October 3, 2011 Tags: Monthly 6 comments

Welcome to the third edition of Rant Monthly, our high-quality mix of original Rant editorial that comes to you on the first of each month.

In issue 3, we look in depth at United’s 55 years of European adventure: the triumph and tragedy of competing on the contitent, the players and the events. We look at two key players in United’s excellent start to the new season: Anderson and Phil Jones, and ask what the future may bring for each. And, new to Rant Monthly, we analyse United’s player performance in partnership with EA Sports. Plus all the regulars: Ed Barker, Paul Ansorge and the fans Forum Q&A.

Issue 3 is available in two flavours for your reading pleasure: high and low image quality. Right click > “save as” below. For PDF aficionados, Rant Monthly is best read like a magazine, two-up, showing cover page (View > Page Display). Or help destroy the environment and print it!

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Rant Monthly Issue 2 – September 2011

September 1, 2011 Tags: Monthly 3 comments

Welcome to the second edition of Rant Monthly, our high-quality mix of original Rant editorial that comes to you on the first of each month.

In issue 2, we look in depth at United’s youthful revolution this season – the personalities, the football and the tactics. We delve into the Glazer family’s proposed IPO in Singapore, asking what the autumn flotation will do for the club, and fans. And we look back on Wayne Rooney’s October Revoluton and ask how it changed the relationship between player and fans.

Issue 2 is available in two flavours for your reading pleasure: high and low image quality. Right click > “save as” below. For PDF aficionados, Rant Monthly is best read like a magazine, two-up, showing cover page (View > Page Display). Or help destroy the environment and print it!

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Rant Monthly Issue 1 – August 2011

August 1, 2011 Tags: Monthly 16 comments

Welcome to Rant Monthly, our high-quality mix of original Rant editorial that comes to you, well, monthly! In time for the new season Rant Monthly Issue 1 offers a comprehensive preview of the new first team and reserve/academy season, a look at the summer transfer market, Andy Green’s analysis of why Sky’s cash might be bad for English football and Fan Forum, together with our regular columnists.

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Your feedback on Issue 1 is very welcome: what works, what doesn’t, what regular content would you like to see in future issues? We had a lot of ideas for Issue 1 that didn’t make the final cut due to time constraints. Please comment below.