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    Ed Woodward’s match programme message to Man Utd fans

    The executive vice-chairman uses the page in United Review to reflect on how the Reds and the Manchester United Foundation have responded to the coronavirus crisis, to acknowledge the frontline workers and mourn the people we have lost to the pandemic, and to convey his belief that our club can emerge from these difficult times with

    “our strength intact.”

    Woodward credits a large part of that belief to the

    “loyalty of our fantastic supporters”

    and looks forward to the day when the fans can safely return to the stands.

    Below, you can read his message in full. The match programme in which it appears is available to order in print form via www.manutd.com/programme, while a digital version will be sent via email to Season Ticket Holders this Wednesday morning.

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