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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. Month In Review: November 2010

    In spite of their exit from the Carling Cup, Manchester United enjoyed a very successful month of November in the Barclays Premier League and the UEFA Champions League. Unfortunately, and like the month of November, United’s proud, but over-hyped 29 match unbeaten streak came to a bitter, chilly end, but there were plenty enough positives take from the month that should stick with the Reds.

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  2. And You Are Now Grounded

    After a thoroughly convincing win in the Barclays Premier League this past weekend, Manchester United crashed back to down to earth following their dismal display at Upton Park.
    In a candid interview before the game, former treble-winning United defender, David May, voiced his concerns about the current crop of youth players at the club not being good enough, and, based on the poor performance against West Ham United, he may not be far off.

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  3. West Ham 4 United 0: A Car-ling Cup Crash

    In wintery setting at Upton Park, Manchester United slipped to an unforgivable 4-0 defeat to West Ham United in the Quarter-Finals of the Carling Cup. American Jonathan Spector scored two first-half goals to shock his former employers, but United were then subjected to even further shame as Carlton Cole bagged a brace after half-time to seal West Ham’s place in the next round of the competition.

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  4. The FA Cup Set Up

    Manchester United learned that they will play host to their most-hated rival, Liverpool, in the Third Round of the FA Cup, but it will be a very difficult fixture at the start of the new year. At this same stage last season, United were handed what was suppose to be an easy draw as they renewed the “War Of The Roses” rivalry with Leeds United, and the Reds failed to show up and lost 1-0 at Old Trafford.

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  5. United's Christmas Wish List

    There are only 26 shopping days left until Christmas, but before the Manchester United players can even think about celebrating the joy of the holiday season with their families, the Reds have five season-changing matches in three different competitions to contest with. The Reds’ are first away at Upton Park against West Ham United in the Quarter-Finals of the Carling Cup, then they travel to Bloomfield Road to take on Blackpool in the Barclays Premier League, after that they host Valencia at Old Trafford for a group-deciding match, followed by a visit of Arsenal and an away trip to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea.

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  6. A Cornucopia Football Feast

    Manchester United finally put in a very appetizing, table-topping performance, which completely knocked the stuffing out of a shell-shocked Blackburn Rovers team at Old Trafford. Following the Thanksgiving holiday, United indulged their adoring, but sometimes critical, supporters to their fill as the Reds put on a complete footballing feast for all to see against the visitors.

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  7. United 7 Blackburn 1: Red Devils' Seventh Heaven

    On a very chilly day at Old Trafford, Manchester United tore to the top of the Barclays Premier League for the first time all season with a 7-1 win over Blackburn Rovers. Dimitar Berbatov, who scored his first goal in last 15 United matches, ended up with a mind-boggling five goals to his name, and Ji-Sung Park and Nani chipped in with goals for themselves to cap off United’s complete demolition of Blackburn.

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