Arsenal depression deepens after FA Cup exit

Manchester United 2 Arsenal 0

Ferguson breaks his silence to put positive spin on United's troubles

Manager refuses to dwell on Liverpool defeat but accepts Arsenal are close rivals for title

Alex Ferguson admits to 'tough week' with Manchester United

Sir Alex Ferguson admits he has "not had an easy week" as he faces up to Manchester United's FA Cup quarter-final with Arsenal at Old Trafford tomorrow.

Nani ruled out until April following Jamie Carragher tackle

Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed star winger Nani will not return to action until after this month's international break.

Furious United without Nani for Cup crunch

Nani will miss Manchester United's FA Cup sixth-round tie with Arsenal on Saturday, with his club so angered that Jamie Carragher was refused entry to their dressing room to apologise for his tackle on Sunday.

Five reasons Manchester United will still win the league title

Chelsea pulled off a brilliant victory last night but there were still signs aplenty of why Manchester United have the edge this season and why they look set to hold off Arsenal, who are now just four points behind with a game in hand, to claim the title. Chelsea can be pleased after last night but United need not fear.

Michael Owen could return for Manchester United this weekend

Michael Owen could return to the Manchester United squad for tomorrow's trip to Wigan.

No way through for blunt United

Ferguson confident of progressing at home against Marseilles despite history of failing to win after drawing 0-0 away

Manchester United star Park Ji-Sung ruled out for a month

Manchester United midfielder Park Ji-Sung was today ruled out for four weeks after suffering a hamstring injury on Friday.

Antonio Valencia close to Manchester United return

Manchester United winger Antonio Valencia has been given the green light to step up his recovery programme.

Alex Ferguson confirms Federico Macheda loan plan

After watching Danny Welbeck's loan move to Sunderland propel him towards what Sir Alex Ferguson expects to be an England call-up next year, the Manchester United boss has decided to release Federico Macheda for the remainder of the season as well.

Sam Wallace: City should stop appeasing and mollycoddling Tevez. They should just get rid of him

Talking Football: Tevez's latest rebellion will be used to diminish City and the old chargewill be levelled at them that they are not big enough to retain their best players

Valencia recovery adds to United's optimism

Manchester United may be able to add Antonio Valencia earlier than expected to a side whose return to the top of the Premier League has coincided with a resurgence in their attacking options.

Blueprint propelling 'Yellow Submarine'

Villarreal have been forced to sell their star players and utilise their academy – and it's working a treat. Ian Herbert pays a visit

Nani vows to become greatest player in the world

Manchester United winger Nani has vowed to keep working until he has fulfilled his dream of becoming one of the world's best players.

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