Are you Manchester United through and through? Do you follow the reds up and down the country? Are you fanatical about Fergie? You can join fellow United fans from around the world and have your say on Red Wednesday on BBC Radio Manchester.
It's all about the club on and off the field following the fans, the players and everything Manchester United.
Each Wednesday from 1800GMT Red Wednesday's Bill Rice Liam Bradford take you on a 60 minute journey of all things red.
Whether you are a regular at Old Trafford or one of the millions of fans scattered around the world, Red Wednesday gets behind the big issues.
Old Trafford season-ticket holder and presenter Liam Bradford says: "There are always burning topics up for debate when the club in question is one of the most famous, and successful in world football.
"Whether it is the quest for silverware to add to an already bulging trophy cabinet, a rich history that has seen some of the greatest ever players wear the famous red of United or matters in the boardroom that concern fans, all United issues are on the Red Wednesday agenda."
Each week the programme welcomes two United fans as studio guests and has heard from United stars past and present including Andy Cole, Denis Irwin and Viv Anderson.
The show if full interactive throughout the hour and has already had fans from places as far as Texas, South Africa, Russia, Scandinavia, all getting involved.
You can join in too text MANC to 81333 (texts will be charged at your standard network rate) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or add your comments on Facebook and Twitter follow BBC Red Wednesday.
Listen to the programme on 95.1FM and DAB Digital Radio in Manchester or www.bbc.co.uk/manchester anywhere in the world. You can listen again anytime via the BBC iPlayer or you can download Red Wednesday as a podcast at www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/manutd
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