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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. Pleased But With Complete Displeasure

    Manchester United did well to rescue another match away from Old Trafford, but there comes a point when a point is not enough. The United players bowed their heads for a minute’s worth of silence before the match to honor the brave men and women that have served their country, but they should all hang their in disappointment after that disparaging showpiece they put on at Villa Park.


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  2. Standing Up And Being Counted

    The last two results for Manchester United have not been very favorable to say the least, however, there have been positive signs from the younger players. The young players at United have taken major steps to show that they have the character, and can potentially be a long-term player for the club by showing that they are not afraid to face adversity – or an opponent.


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  3. Villa Preview: Don't Get Mugged By The Villains

    With no time to really recover, Manchester United head to Villa Park for the early lunchtime kick-off on Saturday to face Aston Villa in the Barclays Premier League. Following their nil-nil draw with Manchester City on Wednesday, United need to get a positive result from this match with Villa to keep pace with the other teams at the top of the league, but this was their bogey team from last year.


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  4. From Virus To Headache

    There were many positives to take from Manchester United’s disciplined performance in their goalless draw against City, but Sir Alex Ferguson has been left with an unneeded headache. A virus has plagued most of the squad for over a week now, so it was always going to be a big ask for them to put in an all-out, end-to-end performance against an improving City team, but in the end, United still showed that they are still the class team in Manchester.


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  5. 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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