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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. Rangers Preview: Win And You Are In

    Despite playing in the UEFA Champions League, Manchester United has just a four-hour drive to the Ibrox Stadium to take on Rangers as they look to qualify for the Knockout phase of the competition. United has yet to concede a goal in any of their four Champions League matches this season, which serves as the main reason as to why they are in the pole position in Group C at moment, but the Reds will need to be fully focused because a win against Rangers would secure safe passage through to the next round.


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  2. Full Speed Ahead In The Title Race

    Without being forced out of first gear, Manchester United has steadied themselves to join Chelsea in the front seat at the top Barclays Premier League standings. Because there are a few novices in their squad, there has been, and will be, unavoidable jolts when they starting to shift through the gears, but as long as they do not stall, United’s vehicle will make it to their final destination without any required maintenance.


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  3. Do You Want Heads Or Tails?

    Depending on what side of the coin a supporter values, will determine how they perceive Manchester United’s performance against Wigan Athletic. On one side of the performance coin, United were applauded for keeping a clean sheet against the worst goal scoring team in the Barclays Premier League, but that was aided by the recklessness of Wigan’s Antolín Alcaraz and Hugo Rodallega. However, on the other side, United lacked of desire and ruthlessness to continuously buckle the Latics net, which left portions of the crowd completely frustrated and unsatisfied.


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  4. United 2 Wigan 0: An Undisciplined Wigan Beaten

    In another Greater Manchester Derby, Manchester United saw off Wigan Athletic 2-0 at Old Trafford, but they were forced to work hard for all three points. Patrice Evra scored his first goal for United in nearly three years to give the home team the lead in first-half stoppage-time, but it took another awkward header from Javier Hernandez to seal the win against Wigan.


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