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Robin van Persie celebrated at the weekend by leaping on the United manager

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Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck should not be concerned by lack of goals, says Michael Carrick

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Manchester United defenders was said to have shingles

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Sterling and Jones were among a group of players with senior caps, including Wilfried Zaha, Jonjo Shelvey and Jordan Henderson, who have all been selected in Stuart Pearce's squad to play Sweden

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England striker had been beset by injury problems this season

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