Manchester United The United Way Documentary Airs on Showmax Pro on November 20

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The world of football is waiting eagerly for the 9 November launch of The United Way documentary, which will be availed on Showmax Pro.  

The show is focusing on the origins, history, and future of the much-loved Manchester United Football Club. 

Furthermore, The United Way is a story told and co-written by former Manchester United superstar Eric Cantona. 


According to the MultiChoice-owned video-on-demand platform, the documentary will come to all Showmax subscribers on 20 November. 

Cantona, who is also an actor, joined the club in the early 90s and played a pivotal role in helping the club dominate English football. 

The United Way takes audiences on a compelling ride through the history and evolution of one of the world’s biggest football clubs and shares Cantona’s unique insights into the iconic team, including the social and cultural environment that shaped it. 

Interested viewers will also hear from former United players and coaches such as David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Bryan Robson, Brian Kidd, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Teddy Sheringham, Nicky Butt, Peter Schmeichel, the late Tommy Docherty and more.  

Moreover, Showmax Pro subscribers can look forward to a plethora of live sport this November, including the biggest football games on both the international and local stages.,  

In the English Premier League, all eyes will be on Manchester United on 6 November when the club goes head-to-head with their cross-city rivals Manchester City. 

Liverpool will also look to continue their fine run of form as they face Arsenal on the 20th.  


It is also that time of the year where fans hold their breath to find out who the best footballers in the world are in the eagerly awaited awards ceremony, the 2021 Ballon d’Or. Will Lionel Messi claim his record seventh title, or will a new challenger emerge? Either way, the Ballon d’Or on 29 November is not to be missed.  

Showmax Pro is available for KES 2100, or KES 1050 on mobile devices only.


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