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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. The Secret To Nani's Success

    Nani has lifted the lid on what Sir Alex Ferguson told him to help transform him into the most feared winger in the Barclays Premier League, but it’s not what you think. Up until the middle of last season, the Manchester United winger was, and quite literally, waiting on the wings for his chance, but there was simple reason why – he needed to learn how to defend better.

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  2. The Age Of The Agent

    In the last few years, and because of all of the greed that has entangled itself within it, football has become anything but beautiful. Manchester United is often seen as the evil empire of the football world that has tampered with the beautiful game, but even that jealousy-filled hatred has taken a backseat to all of the other turmoil surrounding the sport.

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  3. The Unprofessional Professional

    Mario Balotelli, who was linked heavily with a summer move to Manchester United, has completely disrespected some of his fellow professionals, which will not sit well with anyone involved in football. During his Golden Boy Trophy acceptance speech, the very talented, but clearly out-of-touch, Manchester City player boldly claimed that he did not know who Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere was, which goes to show how already self-absorbed he has become at such a young age.

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  4. Ferguson's Greatest Feature

    Sir Alex Ferguson is on the verge of becoming the longest-ever serving manager at Manchester United, and that is solely because he is a one-of-kind visionary. Everyone knows that, “hindsight is always 20/20,” but the foresight that Ferguson possesses is uncanny to say the least, and that has enabled to carry on managing at the highest level for over 24 years.

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  5. Chelsea Preview: Get Rid Of Your Blues

    Just days after convincingly defeating Arsenal, Manchester United head to Stamford Bridge as they brace themselves for yet another epic Barclays Premier League match with current the champions, Chelsea. Sir Alex Ferguson is preparing his team, who missed out on last year’s crown by a lonely point, for another six-pointer at the top of the league table with the club that took all six points off the Reds last season, and at a place where United has not tasted the thrill of victory in their last eight attempts.

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  6. Fergie Time: In Support of Carlos Tevez

    Welcome to Fergie Time, a roundup/newsletter type deal that delivers news, opinion and links directly to your screen. As the name suggests, there will be some exaggeration, nsfw moments, canceled press conferences (oh, who are we kidding) and late, late, …

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  7. United Draw Marseille In Round Of 16

    In a draw full of some tasty encounters, Manchester United has been pitted against the reigning Ligue 1 champions, Olympique de Marseille, in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16. Due to the rules set in place, the first match will be hosted at the Stade Vélodrome on February 23, because Marseille finished runners-up in Group F, and the return leg will be played at Old Trafford on March 15.

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  8. Previewing The Possible Opposition

    In just a couple days time, Manchester United begin their trek to the UEFA Champions League Final at Wembley when they learn their opponent for the Round of 16. In the draw on December 17, United has the possibility face six of the eight second-place finishers from the Group stage – AC Milan, AS Roma, Internazionale, Olympique Lyonnais and Olympique de Marseille and FC Copenhagen – in the opening round in the Knockout phase.

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  9. The Magician's Biggest Act Is To Come

    Manchester United has announced that their midfield magician, Anderson, has put pen-to-paper on a new long-term deal keeping him at the club until 2015. The negotiations were clearly ongoing well-before the long-haired midfielder reestablished himself as a member of the the squad, but the confidence of the new deal has led Anderson to start the last four United games in all competitions.

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