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Hello there! We are an independent Manchester United fans podcast, featuring Kevin Levingston, Iwan Lehnert, Harriet Drudge, Paul Gunning and Richard Cann, with new episodes released each week chronicling the highs and lows of United's season. For more information on us, visit

Hello there! We are an independent Manchester United fans podcast, featuring Kevin Levingston, Iwan Lehnert, Harriet Drudge, Paul Gunning and Richard Cann, with new episodes released each week chronicling the highs and lows of United's season. For more information on us, visit
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Hello there! We are an independent Manchester United fans podcast, featuring Kevin Levingston, Iwan Lehnert, Harriet Drudge, Paul Gunning and Richard Cann, with new episodes released each week chronicling the highs and lows of United's season. For more information on us, visit




Episode 126 - All we do is get penalties

Manchester United got themselves back to winning ways with a 1-0 victory over Leicester City last weekend, so we decided to talk about it a bit. Iwan and Rich also discuss a new deal for David de Gea and a tricky start to life for the women's team in the Super League. For more information on us, visit


Episode 125 - International Break Blues

Plenty to discuss during this international break, including Manchester United's middling draw with Southampton, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer releasing/loaning out three more players and Inter Milan fans struggling to understand how racism works. Iwan and Rich on hand to discuss all of this and answer your questions. For more information, visit


Episode 124 - To panic or not to panic

Hmm. Been a weird old week for Manchester United; Monday saw a 1-1 draw with Wolves with an unhealthy amount of post-match focus on the identity of who took United's second half penalty and Saturday saw Solskjaer's side slip to a frustrating 1-2 defeat at home to Crystal Palace. Iwan and Rich aren't hitting the panic button yet, though. Yet. For more information on us, visit


Episode 123 - Just thrashing Chelsea, is it? Cool

Manchester United could not reasonably have expected a better start to this new season; after a Summer of simmering discontent, United ran out 4-0 winners against Chelsea last Sunday, confirming that we really are quite good at the counter attack. Iwan and special guest, BBC journalist Shamoon Hafez review the game and chat about United's transfer window. For more information, visit


Episode 122 - (Extremely Measured) Pre-Season Positivity

Just a little over a week until the new season kicks off, and whilst Manchester United's transfer business has hardly been stellar, they resemble a team with something akin to a plan. It's weird. Iwan and Rich look over United's pre-season thus far and delve into the transfer chat surrounding Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes, Paul Pogba and Paulo Dybala. For more information on us, visit


Episode 121 - Back on the Uno

And like an Antonio Valencia cross coming right back at him because it's just hit a defender, we have returned! Welcome to season 5 of the Red Voices podcast. As we prepare for the 2019/20 season, Iwan and Rich have new players to discuss (Daniel James, Aaron Wan-Bissaka), players that might want out (De Gea, Lukaku, Pogba), players that we might want in (Maguire, Fernandes, Longstaff) and a contingent of fans that have spent the Summer trying to force the club's owners out using a hashtag....


United & Me Episode 1 - Wayne Barton

Here's the first of a new series that we're doing at Red Voices called United & Me, in which we chat to fans from all over the world about what Manchester United means to them and what got them started following the club. First up is author and writer of several United-related books, Wayne Barton (@WayneSBarton). Enjoy! For more information on us, visit


Episode 120 - The Great Big Increasingly Debilitating Player Review Episode

It's here, people; the highly anticipated Player Review episode. That's right, for the fourth year in a row it's time for Iwan and Rich to go through Manchester United's squad with a fine tooth comb and offer frank and flippant appraisals. And after the season we've just had? This should be fun... We also talk United's all-conquering women's team, City and Liverpool's respective seasons, what United can do to start gaining ground next season and whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can turn this...


Episode 119 - Group Therapy

Not much in the way of positivity to report this week, I'm afraid. Defeats to Everton and Manchester City alongside a draw against Chelsea have left Manchester United facing a fourth season in six years outside of the top four, but Iwan and Rich do their best to map out a plan as to how the club and their beleaguered manager can plot a course to success this summer. For more information, visit


Episode 118 - Camp Noooooo

And with that, Manchester United's European dream is over for the time being. Two defeats to Barcelona sandwiched a jagged victory over West Ham that sent United crashing out of the Champions League but with a glimmer of hope of that all-important top four finish. Still, can't say it's a happy episode this week! For more information on us, visit


Episode 117 - Molineurgh

If this sounds familiar, it's because our last episode also covered a defeat to Wolves at Molineux. Still, there's Manchester United's victory against Watford to start off with, before we get down to the minutiae of this week's defeat in the West Midlands with just a little glance ahead to next week's test against Barcelona thrown in for good measure. Enjoy! For more information, visit


Episode 116 - Ole's Test

Things have fallen a little flat since Manchester United's stunning defeat of Paris Saint Germain, with losses to Arsenal and Wolves putting something of a damper on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's reign so far. The international break gives us a little time to reflect, so Iwan, Rich and guest Dale O'Donnell of Stretty News fame reflect on two frustrating performances and look ahead (?) to a Champions League tie with Barcelona. For more information on us, visit


Episode 115 - We've got our United back

We've had some stunning nights following this great club of ours, but this Wednesday night, Manchester United produced something special to knock Paris Saint Germain out of the European Cup. Iwan and Rich calm themselves down after United's last-minute antics in France this week to talk through that REMARKABLE 1-3 win over PSG. What a night! All together now..."Ole's at the wheel...." For more information on us, visit


Episode 114 - Injuries? What injuries?

Manchester United aren't doing a very good job of not winning these days. After that defeat to PSG, Iwan and Rich have wins over Chelsea and Crystal Palace alongside a more-than credible draw against leader leaders Liverpool (shudder) to pour over, with United recording impressive eight consecutive away wins for the first time in their history. Enjoy! For more information on us, visit


Episode 113 - Pause for Thought

It took twelve games, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United finally lost a game this week, a somewhat dispiriting 0-2 loss at home to Paris Saint Germain. Iwan and Rich chew the fat from Tuesday's big Champions League game and take the good things from a tidy 0-3 win over Fulham. New contracts, Solskjaer's future and an FA Cup tie with Chelsea are also on the agenda. For more information, visit


Episode 112 - This is when things get really interesting...

Another four games and not a loss in sight; Ole Solskjaer's making this managing lark look easy, even if his team aren't! Iwan, Rich and returning guest James Bessent are on hand to delve through Manchester United's victories against Brighton, Arsenal and Leicester as well as that dramatic draw with Burnley. With Paris Saint Germain, Chelsea and Liverpool on the horizon, how will United cope? We'll have to wait and see... For more information on us, visit


Episode 111 - Woke up this morning...

Well, then! It's fair to say that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's time as interim manager of Manchester United could not be going any better, after wins against Newcastle, Reading and Tottenham Hotspur answered some questions of the Norwegian's credentials. Iwan, Rich and guest star James Bessent chew the fat from three more encouraging wins. For more information on us, visit


Episode 110 - You are my Solskjaer...

After months of negativity and rather rubbish football, Manchester United suddenly look like something resembling Manchester United again! All it took was the hiring of one Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and suddenly, Iwan and Rich have three consecutive wins and twelve goals to swoon over. Pretty decent way to end 2018, to be honest. For more information on us, visit


Episode 109 - The Special Gone

Do not adjust your podcast feed; Tuesday morning really did happen and Manchester United showed a rare moment of efficiency by finally prodding Jose Mourinho out of Old Trafford. Iwan and Rich pour over the finer details of the sacking, ponder what life could be like under Ole Solskjaer and Mauricio Pochettino over the next few months and take your questions on a surprising turn of events! For more information on us, visit


Episode 108 - Seasons Beatings

Another mixed bag this week (I know, what a surprise!); Manchester United carved out a somewhat fortuitous draw with Arsenal, smashed Fulham and then limply lost to Valencia, leaving them less-than primed ahead of Sunday's derby with Liverpool. Still, it could work out alright, right? ...hello? For more information on us, visit