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  1. Van Der Sar Confirms Retirement: How Do United Replace A Legend?

    As the venerable Paul Scholes remains undecided as to whether his sainted, 36-year-old legs have another year at the top left in them, a fellow member of Manchester United’s veteran old guard has broken ranks and revealed that he intends to call time on his career at the end of the current season.

    Upon the culmination of 21 years of unbridled professionalism and excellence, ‘keeper Edwin van der Sar has confirmed that he will hang up his gloves this summer.


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  2. Battling The Bull's Eye On Their Back

    There is a bit of chatter as to whether Manchester United can go the entire Barclays Premier League season unbeaten or not, but that is not an objective for the club. United did superbly well to stretch their unbeaten start to the league to 21 matches this season, 26 games overall, against Tottenham, but even Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted that running the table is a bit of an unrealistic goal, and it is not even being discuss inside the club.


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  3. Sir Alex's Slender Squad Selection

    Manchester United were forced to rely heavily on their defensive linchpins to extend their impressive streak against Tottenham, but it could have been very, very different this time around. On top of reclaiming the top spot in the standings, the Reds also elongated their impressive unbeaten streak over Spurs to 20 Barclays Premier League games – 24 overall – but unbiased bystanders, including a somewhat troubled-looking Sir Alex Ferguson, would have thought it was Tottenham who were the holders of that streak.


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  4. Spurs 0 United 0: Escaped With A Point

    In a very enthralling Barclays Premier League match, Manchester United earned a goalless draw with Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane. The Reds not only extended their unbeaten streak in the Premier League to 26 games, but also their personal streak over Tottenham to 24 games, but United was forced to dig deep and defend astutely against a very vibrant Spurs’ team – especially in the second half after the referee, Mike Dean, wrongfully sent off Rafael.


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