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Under former manager Paolo Di Canio, Lee Cattermole was lost – a totem of the the Italian’s dislocated relationship with his players

Nani rises to the occasion to put United in the driving seat again

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Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson rates Paul Scholes as "doubtful" for Monday's Barclays Premier League showdown with Arsenal at Old Trafford.

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Ryan Giggs has warned Manchester United's Carling Cup rookies they must show greater backbone if they are to succeed at Old Trafford.

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Etherington tips Shawcross for England

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Smalling's form allows United the luxury of resting Ferdinand

Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed that Ryan Giggs could be fit for next week's Manchester derby. Giggs has played just once since the end of September after being struck down by a hamstring complaint and was among half a dozen key Manchester United players to stay at home ahead of tonight's Champions League encounter with Bursaspor.

Nani backs Anderson to improve at Manchester United

Manchester United winger Nani believes team-mate Anderson can follow his lead by finally flourishing at Old Trafford.

Hernandez is United's Carling Cup hero

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Hernandez could be Manchester United legend says Neville

Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has been tipped to become a goalscoring legend at Old Trafford by Gary Neville.

Absent Rooney casts shadow over United

Subdued performance against limited opposition leaves crowd showing sympathy for Ferguson

Fielding stands firm as Pearce leads youngsters to Euro finals

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Pearce makes youngsters a '50-50' chance as his own odds shorten

The odds about Stuart Pearce succeeding Fabio Capello as the England manager shortened yesterday to 5-1 in the wake of the Under-21 side's 2-1 win over Romania in the first leg of their European Championship play-off on Friday.

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