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    Sir Alex Ferguson insists media
    coverage of Wayne Rooney will
    not affect his preparations for
    Saturday's game against West
    Brom.
    The manager spoke to MUTV on
    Friday morning and addressed
    newspaper speculation about a
    disagreement between him and
    his striker.
    "The lad's got a high profile and
    the press are always going to
    seek him out for an interview or
    a quote," said Sir Alex.
    "But it's water off a duck's back
    really. You've got to put that
    aside to know the real things
    that are happening at the club. It
    just passes off."

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      Owen is Back

    Hargreaves set to return against
    West Brom
    Owen Hargreaves is set to make
    his long-awaited comeback
    against West Brom on Saturday.
    The United midfielder has made
    only one first-team appearance
    since undergoing a career-
    saving double knee operation in
    2008. Even then, he only came
    on as a last-minute substitute
    against Sunderland at the end of
    last season. But, having battled
    his way back from tendinitis
    problems, the £17m man is
    expected to be included in
    United ’s squad against Roberto
    Di Matteo’s Premier League new
    boys at Old Trafford. World
    famous surgeon Dr Richard
    Steadman, who operated on
    Hargreaves, has confirmed he is
    at last ready to return to action.
    “ Owen should play some part on
    Saturday,â€

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    contrary 2 the above news owen hargreaves picked up a calf injury again i training and wont feature on saturday.

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    Manchester United midfielder
    Ryan Giggs is convinced the
    current team can win trophies.
    The Welshman has been part of
    the Manchester United teams
    who have dominated English
    football over the last 20 years,
    starring alongside the likes of
    Paul Ince, Eric Cantona and Mark
    Hughes, as well as David
    Beckham, Ruud van Nistelrooy
    and Cristiano Ronaldo.
    And Giggs doesn't think it will be
    long before the current squad
    pick up some silverware.
    He was quoted as saying by
    Fifa's official website: "I see
    trophies in this team.
    "The manager has had a lot of
    problems this season picking the
    team because a lot of the players
    have been fit.
    "Look at the quality of those
    who are not even getting on the
    bench.
    "It is not very nice for those lads
    but it is great for the club and
    the team.
    "We know we will get injuries
    and suspensions but it looks like
    we can cope.
    "Last season we didn't. In that
    respect, we are a lot stronger

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    here are some manutd pics

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    nani

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    Guy u are trying keep it up

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    Owen Hargreaves
    Manchester United’s forgotten
    midfielder Owen Hargreaves has
    to play this season to avoid
    facing a "terrible problem
    mentally", according to boss Sir
    Alex Ferguson.
    Hargreaves, who has had
    surgery on both knees and has
    not started a first-team game
    since 2008, now has a calf injury
    and Ferguson fears "it is going
    to be difficult" for his £17 million
    signing from Bayern Munich to
    get back into the first-team
    picture at Old Trafford.
    "It is going to be difficult. The
    boy has not been back playing. It
    is over two years and it is not an
    easy situation," Ferguson told
    The Daily Star.
    "He will have to play this season,
    otherwise he will have a terrible
    problem mentally.
    "Three years out is a long time.
    The surgeon gave us first-class
    news and we were positive
    about it but he seems to have
    regressed."

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    Step-By-Step
    Guide To Nani's
    Controversial But Legal
    Winner For Manchester
    United vs Tottenham
    .Confusion over late clincher, but
    the whistle never blew

    When Manchester United and
    Tottenham go head-to-head,
    controversy is a given, and it
    usually tends to go in favour of
    Sir Alex & Co.
    Today was exactly the same,
    while also being just a little bit
    different.
    With 85 minutes on the clock,
    Manchester United were up one
    (perfectly legitimate) goal to nil.
    Nani then broke into the area
    and went down under pressure
    from Kaboul.
    Was it a penalty? It's clear the
    pressure put on Nani was not
    enough to bring him down, and
    he somewhat simulated his fall.
    But it's also clear that Kaboul did,
    at one stage, briefly tug back the
    winger with both hands, which
    is a foul. So perhaps it could
    have gone either way,
    depending on any given
    referee's interpretations of the
    rule.
    Referee Mark Clattenburg did not
    give the penalty, but that was
    the least of the controversy.
    After that, as Nani dramatically
    scrambled around on the floor,
    he scooped the ball with his
    hand. As no penalty had been
    given and the ball was still live,
    this, technically speaking, was a
    foul.
    However, neither the referee nor
    his assistant blew or flagged for
    a foul.
    They may not have seen the
    incident, or may have seen it, but
    then seen Spurs goalkeeper
    Heurelho Gomes pick up the ball
    moments later and, on that basis,
    waved play on. Spurs had
    recovered the advantage.
    Gomes, though, then rolled it out
    to take what he believed was a
    free kick. Even most players on
    the pitch seemed to believe,
    because of the way Gomes had
    gathered the ball, that it was a
    free kick.
    However, Nani was alive to the
    decision (or lack thereof) and
    jogged in front of Gomes before
    giving a couple of sheepish
    glances towards the referee and
    eventually - over the course of a
    few seconds that seemed to go
    on forever - tapping the ball in
    the net.
    Blown fuses | But the matter of
    fact remains, the whistle was not
    Whether the initial incident was a
    penalty, a dive, or a non-issue is
    irrelevant.
    Nani's handball was either not
    spotted or deemed 'cancelled
    out' by Spurs recovering
    possession via Gomes.
    After Nani scored, Gomes
    immediately darted towards the
    referee's assistant, gesticulating
    frantically that Nani had handled
    the ball. Gomes had believed he
    was taking a free kick, but did so
    without realising that the whistle
    had never been blown.
    Failure to play to the whistle cost
    Spurs in what was a cruel and
    confusing incident. They were
    already one down with just five
    minutes to go - so by recent
    standards, this was one of the
    less controversial encounters
    they've had with United - but
    ultimately, they will count
    themselves unfortunate to be on
    the receiving end of yet more
    confused officiating.
    
    Step-By-Step
    Guide To Nani's
    Controversial But Legal
    Winner For Manchester
    United vs Tottenham
    Confusion over late clincher, but
    the whistle never blew
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    Oct 30, 2010 4:50:00 PM
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    Man Utd.
    Tottenham
    When Manchester United and
    Tottenham go head-to-head,
    controversy is a given, and it
    usually tends to go in favour of
    Si Alex & Co.
    Today was exactly the same,
    while also being just a little bit
    different.
    With 85 minutes on the clock,
    Manchester United were up one
    (perfectly legitimate) goal to nil.
    Nani then broke into the area
    and went down under pressure
    from Kaboul.
    Was it a penalty? It's clear the
    pressure put on Nani was not
    enough to bring him down, and
    he somewhat simulated his fall.
    But it's also clear that Kaboul did,
    at one stage, briefly tug back the
    winger with both hands, which
    is a foul. So perhaps it could
    have gone either way,
    depending on any given
    referee's interpretations of the
    rule.
    Referee Mark Clattenburg did not
    give the penalty, but that was
    the least of the controversy.
    After that, as Nani dramatically
    scrambled around on the floor,
    he scooped the ball with his
    hand. As no penalty had been
    given and the ball was still live,
    this, technically speaking, was a
    foul.
    However, neither the referee nor
    his assistant blew or flagged for
    a foul.
    They may not have seen the
    incident, or may have seen it, but
    then seen Spurs goalkeeper
    Heurelho Gomes pick up the ball
    moments later and, on that basis,
    waved play on. Spurs had
    recovered the advantage.
    Gomes, though, then rolled it out
    to take what he believed was a
    free kick. Even most players on
    the pitch seemed to believe,
    because of the way Gomes had
    gathered the ball, that it was a
    free kick.
    However, Nani was alive to the
    decision (or lack thereof) and
    jogged in front of Gomes before
    giving a couple of sheepish
    glances towards the referee and
    eventually - over the course of a
    few seconds that seemed to go
    on forever - tapping the ball in
    the net.
    Blown fuses | But the matter of
    fact remains, the whistle was not
    Whether the initial incident was a
    penalty, a dive, or a non-issue is
    irrelevant.
    Nani's handball was either not
    spotted or deemed 'cancelled
    out' by Spurs recovering
    possession via Gomes.
    After Nani scored, Gomes
    immediately darted towards the
    referee's assistant, gesticulating
    frantically that Nani had handled
    the ball. Gomes had believed he
    was taking a free kick, but did so
    without realising that the whistle
    had never been blown.
    Failure to play to the whistle cost
    Spurs in what was a cruel and
    confusing incident. They were
    already one down with just five
    minutes to go - so by recent
    standards, this was one of the
    less controversial encounters
    they've had with United - but
    ultimately, they will count
    themselves unfortunate to be on
    the receiving end of yet more
    confused officiating.
    

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    Citizens Wary Of Late Threat
    Manchester City will be aiming to
    maintain their concentration for
    the full 90 minutes (plus ‘Fergie
    time’) against their rivals this
    season, having suffered at the
    hands of three late United goals
    last term.
    A win for City would put
    Mancini ’s team level on points
    with their opponents, although
    (barring a four-goal winning
    margin) still behind United in the
    table.
    A definitive result is seemingly
    on the cards in this match, as in
    the previous eight games
    between the two sides at the City
    of Manchester Stadium there has
    never been a draw; with four
    victories apiece for each club.
    Unbeaten Record
    A win over their nearest rivals
    coupled with a defeat for Chelsea
    in their own derby against
    Fulham, will see United go top of
    the Premier League table.
    However, failing any slip up
    from Carlo Ancelotti ’s men,
    United will be content with a
    fourth league win in a row and
    the growth of a six-point gap
    between them and City.
    Sir Alex Ferguson’s side will also
    be looking to continue their
    unbeaten run this season, the
    first time they have not lost any
    of their opening 11 Premier
    League games in history.
    TEAM NEWS
    Manchester City
    City manager
    Roberto Mancini
    will have to do
    without Italian
    striker Mario
    Ballotelli after his red card
    against West Bromwich Albion
    on Sunday earned him a
    suspension that could rule him
    out for three games if he is
    unsuccessful with an appeal.
    Fellow striker Emmanuel
    Adebayor is a doubt because of
    a slight calf injury he picked up
    in training on Monday, meaning
    Carlos Tevez is likely to start on
    his own up front against his
    former club. Mancini reported no
    other fitness concerns.
    Possible starting XI: Hart;
    Zabaleta, K Toure, Kompany,
    Boateng; Barry, De Jong; Milner, Y
    Toure, Silva; Tevez
    Manchester United
    The Red Devils
    go into the derby
    game with
    manager Sir Alex
    Ferguson
    admitting he has ‘no idea’ which
    side he will pick due to a
    combination of both injury and
    illness.
    A virus has swept through the
    club ’s training ground meaning
    several players are doubtful for
    the trip to the City of Manchester
    Stadium.
    Midfielder Nani is also unlikely to
    play as he is still struggling with
    a groin problem that he suffered
    in United ’s Champions League
    game against Bursaspor last
    week.
    Two players that are definitely
    out are fellow midfielders Ryan
    Giggs and Owen Hargreaves.
    After making an aborted
    comeback from his two-year
    absence with tendinitis against
    Wolves at the weekend,
    Hargreaves faces another five
    weeks on the sidelines with a
    hamstring injury.
    Veteran Giggs is also out with a
    hamstring injury, meaning he
    misses out on the chance to
    make a record 34th derby
    appearance.
    Possible starting XI: Van Der Sar;
    Brown, Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra;
    , Scholes, Fletcher; Park,
    Carrick,hernandez,Berbatov

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    Javier Hernandez
    Dropped From
    Manchester United
    Team For Derby
    Showdown
    Sir Alex Ferguson set to make
    at least five changes.
    By Younglad
    Nov 10, 2010 4:15:00 AM
    EXCLUSIVE
    Javier Hernandez has been
    dropped from the Manchester
    United team for Wednesday
    night ’s derby showdown against
    Manchester City, Goal.com UK can
    reveal.
    The Mexican striker, who has
    started United ’s last four Premier
    League games, will make way as
    Sir Alex Ferguson has decided to
    field fit-again Dimitar Berbatov
    as a lone striker at the home of
    United ’s bitter rivals.
    Goal.com UK understands that
    Ryan Giggs trained on Tuesday
    and is set to start after three
    weeks out with a hamstring
    injury. Paul Scholes and Rafael Da
    Silva also return to the starting XI
    while the United manager will
    make a final check this morning
    on Nani, who is recovering well
    from a groin strain and is likely
    to start.
    If Nani is passed fit, either Ji-
    Sung Park or Michael Carrick is
    expected to miss out on one of
    the most eagerly anticipated
    derby clashes in recent years.
    United’s preparations have been
    affected by a flu bug that has
    spread around the club and led
    to a number of players being
    sent home on Monday.
    But Patrice Evra, Nemanja Vidic,
    Berbatov and Scholes, all
    believed to have been among
    the victims, have recovered in
    time, meaning Ferguson will
    nearly have a full-strength squad
    to choose from.
    An under-strength side missing a
    clutch of regulars required a last-
    gasp winner from Park to defeat
    Wolves on Saturday.
    The return of the big guns mean
    that there will be at least five
    changes to the team. In addition
    to Hernandez, Wes Brown, John
    O ’Shea, Gabriel Obertan and
    Owen Hargreaves, who was
    ruled out yesterday with a
    hamstring injury following his
    five-minute comeback at the
    weekend, will also miss out.
    Ferguson’s decision to leave out
    Hernandez is a surprise, given
    that his Old Trafford debut
    season has already yielded six
    goals in 13 games and he has
    emerged as an able deputy for
    Wayne Rooney.
    Yet the United manager has
    elected for a system that has
    served the team well away from
    home in recent years against
    their biggest rivals and in the
    Champions League.

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    United will be taking some
    frustration into Saturday's
    game against Aston Villa,
    following Wednesday's
    disappointing stalemate at
    Eastlands.
    After much hype, the 156th
    Manchester derby failed to live
    up to expectations and was
    largely a battle between two
    packed midfields, with
    City particularly desperate, it
    seemed, not to lose the game or
    the bragging rights.
    Carrick said of United's more
    positive approach, “As a team
    we dominated the match for
    long spells and played some
    excellent football at times. We
    limited City to few opportunities
    and they had little possession in
    the final third. I thought as a
    team we defended really well,
    our shape was good, obviously
    the back four were tremendous
    again and Edwin made that one
    good save from a free-kick.
    Apart from that they really didn ’t
    trouble us.
    “So we're pleased with our
    performance, but I’m frustrated
    we didn't win. We were certainly
    the team pushing to win the
    game. We always believe we can
    create a chance late in the game
    but we didn ’t get a clearcut one."
    The real winners on Wednesday
    night were Chelsea, whose 1-0
    win over Fulham extended their
    lead at the top of the Barclays
    Premier League to four points.
    Carrick, however, is confident
    the Reds will soon make up the
    ground again – and this could
    start in Saturday's early kick-off
    away to Aston Villa.
    “We believe we will become
    stronger as the season goes on,â€

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    Aston Villa 2 Manchester United 2.
    Man utd rescued a point at villa park courtesy of 2 late goals from Macheda and Vidic,after Young and Albrighton gave Villa the lead.

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    Aston Villa 2 Manchester United 2.
    Man utd rescued a point at villa park courtesy of 2 late goals from Macheda and Vidic,after Young and Albrighton gave Villa the lead.

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    Aston Villa 2 Manchester United 2.
    Man utd rescued a point at villa park courtesy of 2 late goals from Macheda and Vidic,after Young and Albrighton gave Villa the lead.

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    Today fixtures(GMT)
    Arsenal v Tottenham 12:45
    Birmingham v Chelsea 15:00
    Blackpool v Wolves 15:00
    Bolton v Newcastle 15:00
    **Man Utd v Wigan Athletic 15:00
    WBA v Stoke City 15:00
    Liverpool v West Ham Utd 17:30

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    Wazza is set to make the bench against wigan.

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    Wazza is set to make the bench against wigan.

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    Sir Alex clarifies loan recalls

    Sir Alex Ferguson has moved to clarify the motives behind recalling three young players from loan spells at Preston North End.

    The United boss explained to ManUtd.com: “I spoke with Preston’s owner, Trevor Hemmings, with whom I have a good relationship, and explained that the players did not want to go back.

    “Our reserve team coach, Warren Joyce, spoke to me about it and we decided that the players should go to training that day and we would discuss it later. We decided that if the players did not want to go back to Preston there was no point in them being there.

    “Matty James was also already injured, and both Ritchie De Laet and Joshua King were coming back in two days' time anyway. So, under the regulations, we decided to keep them.â€

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    All The News
    FERGIE RECALLS LEEDS EXIT WOE
    Posted 07/01/11 13:03
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    Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed he felt "sick" for days after suffering his first FA Cup third-round exit 12 months ago.

    Through all the trials and tribulations of his 24 years at Manchester United, Ferguson had never fallen at the first hurdle in his quest to win the game's oldest cup competition.

    That statistic was wiped away by Leeds United, who belied their League One status to triumph at Old Trafford thanks to a Jermaine Beckford goal that sent 9,000 travelling fans wild with glee.

    The joy was matched by Ferguson's despair. And contrary to those who think the Scot is too pre-occupied with the Premier League and Champions League to waste much energy on a tournament he has already won on five occasions, he has no intention of suffering such agony again.

    "It is the first time I had lost a third round tie since I came to the club and it didn't sit well with me," said Ferguson.

    "I did not enjoy it and was sick for a few days afterwards.

    "I made a mistake picking the wrong team last year. Hopefully I don't pick the wrong one this time."

    The perception of Ferguson having an uncaring attitude towards the FA Cup has been built around United's controversial withdrawal in 2000 to compete in the World Club Championship, which proved to be the forerunner for the current Club World Cup.

    Although United suffered most of the negativity, the move was actually a political one, designed to assist in the first of two ill-fated World Cup bids.

    Clearly, from his words, the competition did not have much resonance for Ferguson, whose side bowed out in the opening group stage.

    The spin-off was the heat of Brazil at a time when the temperatures were freezing back home, and title rivals Arsenal and Leeds were imploding.

    "I don't think that is true," said Ferguson, when challenged about the perception United don't care about the FA Cup.

    "That has come about because of the year we went to Brazil for that tournament, I don't even know what they called it.

    "There were teams from all over the place; Australia, Africa. I don't know what it was called but it was a great holiday.

    "I really enjoyed it. We were away for three weeks and Leeds and Arsenal did not win a game between them."

    These words cannot be greeted with any comfort by Liverpool, whose season is spiralling downhill dramatically.

    Ferguson's personal friendship with Roy Hodgson presumably led to his decision not to comment on the turbulence at Anfield, whose record 18 league titles looks set to be claimed by the Red Devils at the end of the season.

    Instead, the United boss is concentrating on ensuring his side prove worthy of their status as overwhelming favourites, which in turn would propel the Merseyside giants into another bout of naval gazing.

    "It is a cup tie," he said.

    "On this occasion, you have to forget the other side of it, the Manchester United against Liverpool side.

    "There are shocks in cup ties and always have been; Hereford beating Newcastle, Yeovil Town, York City. Bournemouth beat United in 1984. It is a tournament you cannot take for granted."

    Ferguson does not intend to, which is why he will check on the fitness of Wayne Rooney and Edwin van der Sar, who has missed two games with a bout of flu, before he finalises his line-up.

    It appeared Rooney would be condemned to spend a spell on the sidelines when he limped off with an ankle injury at West Brom on New Year's Day.

    However, the England forward startled many observers when he made his way back onto the field as United had already been reduced to 10 men.

    That decision cost Rooney a chance to figure in Tuesday's win over Stoke.

    But the 25-year-old has returned to training and could be in contention to face the team he, as a lifelong Everton fan, has always disliked.

    "If it had been serious Wayne would not have come back on last week," said Ferguson.

    "Maybe it was not the right thing to do in terms of getting him ready for Tuesday's game. But he started work yesterday and we just hope that he will be all right for Sunday.

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    CESAR FOR UNITED?
    The Sun are claiming that Brazil keeper Julio Cesar is being lined up by Manchester United as a replacement for Edwin van der Sar, but we suspect the premise is based entirely on the Inter Milan stopper saying: "England is sensational for football because of the atmosphere and fans' passion."

    At 31, Cesar is probably out of the age range currently favoured by United - they might be best waiting for Reina to lose patience with Liverpool.

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    guy typing no dey tire u?

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