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‘We’ve got to believe there’s still a chance,’ insists the United manager

David Moyes smiles after Manchester United beat Swansea 2-0

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Ecuadorean winger follows up saved header to break the deadlock and Welbeck adds a second to ease the pressure on the United manager as Swansea misfire again

Wayne Rooney may not recover from his groin injury in time to face Chelsea a week on Saturday

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David Moyes, the Manchester United manager, has said “a lot” of his players are giving their best but admitted that might not be enough as the club today seek to avoid losing four consecutive games in a season for the first time in 53 years.

Manchester United celebrate after Wayne Rooney draws them level against Hull City

Hull City 2 Manchester United 3 match report: David Moyes praises United’s never-say-die spirit but defensive errors live on

Wayne Rooney levelled things up after the Tigers shot out to a two-goal lead but James Chester's own goal gave the visitors a hard-fought victory

Wayne Rooney was quite happy to play in midfield for David Moyes on Saturday

Wayne Rooney the subject of yet more praise from Manchester United manager David Moyes

The striker has been United's stand-out player of the season following an uncertain summer

Marouane Fellaini missed training today

Manchester United v Shakhtar Donetsk: David Moyes faces personnel problem in search of top spot in Champions League group

United need a point at Old Trafford to win the group, but may have to do so without some senior players

Shinji Kagawa has been on the periphery of the Manchester United squad this season

David Moyes insists his failure to select Shinji Kagawa for Manchester United has nothing to do with the midfielder's ability

The Japan international is yet to play a minute of Premier League football this season

Roberto Martinez is confident Leighton Baines will stay with Everton despite Manchester United interest

Transfer news: Roberto Martinez expects Leighton Baines to remain at Everton after Manchester United fail to return with improved bid

Former boss David Moyes had made a £12m offer for the England international, but his successor Martinez admits they are yet to return with an improved bid

Telecoms giant BT hits customers with hike in line rental

Telecoms giant BT has hit customers with a 9% hike in the cost of its line rental saver scheme just weeks after promising free live Premier League action to its broadband customers.

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Manager says goodbye to Old Trafford after 27 years in charge

Sir Alex Ferguson addresses the onlooking Manchester United crowd

Sir Alex Ferguson tells fans: 'Stand by the new manager'

Manchester United manager address Old Trafford following his final victory at the Theatre of Dreams

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Sir Alex Ferguson is convinced Manchester United have a stronger squad now than their 1999 Treble-winning campaign.

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Alex Ferguson says surgery will 'improve' Darren Fletcher's prospects

Manchester United midfielder has been ruled out for the rest of the season

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