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Sir Alex Ferguson and Peter Schmeichel lift the European Cup in 1999

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Defender was sold after criticising his team-mates

Robin Van Persie can only watch in vain as Xabi Alonso clears his mis-hit effort off the line last night

James Lawton: Manchester United pull out old fighting qualities against Real Madrid so typical of Sir Alex Ferguson

The Manchester United manager has an enduring ability to produce competitive teams

Cristiano Ronaldo has been scoring for fun

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Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea linked with switch to Real Madrid

David De Gea is being lined-up as the long-term replacement for Iker Casillas at Real Madrid according to reports today.

Manchester United stopper Tomasz Kuszczak

Kuszczak joins Watford on loan

The Manchester United goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak has joined Championship side Watford on emergency loan terms for the rest of the season.

Manchester United stopper Tomasz Kuszczak

Manchester United goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak joins Watford on loan

Manchester United goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak has joined npower Championship side Watford on emergency loan terms for the rest of the season.

Joe Hart could have easily joined United

Alex Ferguson admits mistake in not signing Joe Hart for Manchester United

Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has recognised he missed a trick in failing to sign England goalkeeper Joe Hart for a bargain £100,000 earlier in his career.

Wayne Rooney is on his knees but is he also on his way out?

James Lawton: In Ferguson's hour of need Rooney has let him down

Manchester United yesterday officially relegated the Wayne Rooney affair to the status of a piece of passing discipline, something earned by their best and most rewarded player and swiftly delivered by the club.

Ferguson will keep faith with De Gea

New No 1 has gone straight into the first team but early blunders have meant the gloves are off already

Reina: De Gea can call me for pep talk

Liverpool goalkeeper puts clubs' bitter rivalry to one side and offers services to United's struggling No 1
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