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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'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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Blackburn Preview: Don't Get Burned By Rovers

    Manchester United play host to Blackburn Rovers at Old Trafford in the Barclays Premier League, and the Reds should have payback on their mind. Last season, Blackburn played the role of spoiler with great aplomb by foiling United’s attempt to win the Premier League title by securing a nil-nil draw away at Ewood Park, so that recent set back will be weighing heavy on their brains.

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  5. The Future May Be Dim For Berbatov

    Ahead of the match with Rangers, Sir Alex Ferguson admitted that he may have tinkered one too many times with his forwards, but could be forced to shuffling them yet again? With Wayne Rooney completing his first 90 minutes for United since September 19 against Liverpool, and now the player who etched his name in club’s history with his legendary hat-trick in that same match, is now becoming rather disruptive, himself.

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