Jeff Schlupp is on trial at United

Manchester United give Leicester City attacker Jeff Schlupp trial

Schlupp, 20, has been training at Carrington with the permission of his parent club

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Manchester United defender returns to old stomping ground West Ham

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Manchester United defender has become accustomed to not having a festive break

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Striker suffered training ground injury

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Jones has been hampered by a summer back injury

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Belgium defeat pushes Levein to the very brink

Craig Levein's 34-month reign in charge of his country was on the brink of ending last night when Scotland crashed to defeat in their Group A qualifying clash against an impressive Belgium side.

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Craig Levein recalls Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher as they end feud

Steven Fletcher's international exile has ended after the Sunderland striker and his international manager Craig Levein agreed to put their differences behind them. Fletcher has not played for Scotland since he informed the Scottish Football Association via text message that he did not want to be considered for a game against Northern Ireland in February 2011.

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Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson wary of Cluj counter-attacks

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has instructed his defenders to be on their guard after highlighting the growing counter-attacking influence in the Champions League.

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Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher earns recall to Scotland squad

Steven Fletcher has made a dramatic return to the Scotland fold after telling boss Craig Levein he was desperate to play for the national team again.

Tom Cleverley fires in Manchester United's second

Tom Cleverley relieved after notching goal for Manchester United

Tom Cleverley has admitted his lack of goals for Manchester United was starting to get to him.

Scotland manager Craig Levein won't rule out Rangers players

Scotland manager Craig Levein has not ruled out selecting any Rangers players in future squads despite the Ibrox club now being in the Irn-Bru Third Division.

Nick Powell: United's new signing played up front last season but Ferguson sees him as a midfielder

Two in at Manchester United, but Alex Ferguson wants two more signings

While showing off Manchester United's two new signings, Shinji Kagawa and Nick Powell, Sir Alex Ferguson yesterday revealed that he is likely to venture into the transfer market again before the start of the new season.

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