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Detailed coverage of Manchester United football club and its players, including match reports, transfers, transfer rumours, kits and general football news.

  1. United 1 Liverpool 0: Red Devils Pile On The Misery

    The FA Cup always offers up great matches that are filled with contention, and Manchester United’s 1-0 win over Liverpool in the Third Round was no different. A lot of pundits will criticize the two contentious decisions from Howard Webb by claiming that they dictated the outcome – he awarded United a soft penalty, which was expertly converted by Ryan Giggs, but the referee also brandished a straight red card to Steven Gerrard for a harsh tackle on Michael Carrick.

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  2. Don't Count Our Chickens Just Yet

    Manchester United has enjoyed the best part of the last month at the summit of the Barclays Premier League standings, but that could all change in a blink of an eye. With no real surprise, a lot of the United supporters were left beaming after how the results have unfolded after the turn of the New Year, but, like the players, we must remain level headed until the Reds has maneuvered through their tough schedule and secured that elusive 19th English top flight title.

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  3. Liverpool Preview: Magnify Their Misery

    Manchester United battles their long-standing, bitter rival, Liverpool, in the FA Cup at Old Trafford, and it should the tie of the Third Round. After a week of good results in the Barclays Premier League, United now shifts gears to focus on the FA Cup, which has been the one bogey competition for the Red Devils over the past couple of years, and what better way to turn around those misfortunes then against your most-hated rival.

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  4. Is Ferguson Pondering A Facelift For United?

    After some very favorable, but yet remarkable results, the press has, almost unsurprisingly, incited rumors that Manchester United’s squad is about to be completely restructured. Sir Alex Ferguson, who has been infamously known to influence matches with his mind games, must have pulled out his magical wand yesterday, because all of United’s title – including their most-hated – rivals either lost or drew their respective matches, which sees the Reds sitting very pretty on top of the Barclays Premier League standings all by themselves.

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  5. United Is Top Of The Lot To Delight Boss

    Sir Alex Ferguson said that if Manchester United was still on top of the Barclays Premier League standings by on January 4th, the Reds would have a very good chance of winning the title. To appease the manager, United has weathered a grueling four-game stretch with three wins over Sunderland, West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City, and a very unfortunate draw against Birmingham City, but the results have seen the Reds collect a massive 10 points in as many days.

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  6. United 2 Stoke 1: Reds Stoke Their Title Charge

    Manchester United earned a well-deserved 2-1 victory over Stoke City at Old Trafford to extend their unbeaten run in the Barclays Premier League to 25 matches. Javier Hernandez scored his third goal in two matches against Stoke with a very clever finish in the opening half, however, that was canceled out by Dean Whitehead’s header within minutes of the restart, but Nani scored another left-footed winner on his return from injury.

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  7. Stoke Preview: United Must Plant The Potters

    Manchester United get ready for their second bitter Barclays Premier League match in just three days as the Reds play host to Stoke City at Old Trafford. United began 2011 by keeping their nerve – or maybe riding their luck a little bit – as the left The Hawthorns will all three points following their intense 2-1 victory win over West Bromwich Albion, but Sir Alex Ferguson knows that he will need to make sure that his players are completely refocused for the match with a very physical Potters side.

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  8. Month In Review: December 2010

    Usually the month of December offers up a congested fixture list for Manchester United, but that was not the case as two of the Reds’ games were postponed. Due to some skeptical playing surfaces away from Old Trafford, United only played four matches during the normal jam-packed, festive month, however, that did not stop the Reds from retaining the top spot in the Barclays Premier League and winning Group C in the UEFA Champions League.

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  9. New Year, Same Problem For United

    Manchester United rang in their New Year with a win, but it was far from convincing, an it has unearthed some real concerns about the balance of their current squad. United could have very easily dropped even more points away from Old Trafford against West Bromwich Albion, but, thankfully, the Reds were able to fight tooth-and-nail to remain on top of the Barclays Premier League table for another week.

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