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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. Worst…Manchester Derby…Ever!

    ‘Tepid’, ‘stale’, ‘ugly’, ‘dreary’ and ‘utterly devoid of anything approaching creativity, inspiration or incident’ – just a refined selection of what the country’s leading back-page quota-fillers are calling last night’s 156th (142nd in the league) Manchester derby. There are precious …

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  2. Two Court Cases Await Rooney On His Return

    After initially allowing Wayne Rooney to spend a fortnight or so recuperating from his ‘non-existant’ ankle injury under the expert supervision of the poolside medical team (who, rather strangely, also do a fine line in rum-based cocktails) at Dubai‚Äôs five-star …

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  3. Don't Worry, He'll Come Back

    Manchester United’s Reserve team manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has decided to accept the offer to become manager of Molde, and this is the right move for him to take in his young managerial career. After a long battle with a knee injury brought his magnificent playing career to a premature end, Solskjaer stepped right into a coaching role at United, because Sir Alex Ferguson was always aware of his uncanny leadership abilities to make it as a manager in the modern game.

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  4. City Preview: All Eyes On Eastlands

    The first Manchester Derby of the 2010/11 Barclays Premier League season takes center stage as United take the short trip to the City of Manchester Stadium to take on their local-rival, City. From March 1, 1976 until August 31, 2008, a lot of casual football fans living outside of Manchester did not realize that there were two clubs that were competing for honors, but with all the noise from the money the Citizens have splashed, it is unavoidable that they will start making waves.

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  5. Don't Think Its Over Just Yet

    Wayne Rooney left for the Nike Headquarters in America on Saturday, which clearly suggests that his Manchester United career is still hanging in the balance. It has been well-documented that there is a virus going through the United squad, and it is very likely that the effected players are kept away from the rest of them to prevent it from becoming even worse.

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  6. Its Owen And Out For Hargreaves

    The main story coming out of Old Trafford today should have been the celebration of Sir Alex Ferguson’s 24th year in charge of Manchester United, but it took a very cold seat on the back burner. Ji-Sung Park’s valiant performance, which he scored two injury-time goals – one in each half – would have normally grabbed all of the headlines back pages as well.

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