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Boruc is in outstanding form but rejects talk of being the new Jan Tomaszewski

Edwin Van der Sar wants to keep title contenders at bay

Edwin van der Sar has called on his Manchester United team-mates to grasp the moment and not allow their rivals back into the Premier League title hunt.

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Edwin van der Sar's decision to retire at the end of the season presents Sir Alex Ferguson with a major decision to make this summer.

Edwin Van der Sar announces retirement date

Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar will retire from football at the end of the season.

Rafael's dissent earns FA charge

Rafael Da Silva has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association for his reaction to referee Mike Dean after being dismissed against Tottenham.

Tomasz Kuszczak hoping to impress Alex Ferguson

Tomasz Kuszczak is a man on a mission - to prove he can replace Edwin van der Sar as Manchester United's new number one.

Alex Ferguson determined to win FA Cup

Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed he felt "sick" for days after suffering his first FA Cup third-round exit 12 months ago.

Wayne Rooney could return for Liverpool clash

Wayne Rooney could return to the Manchester United starting line-up for Sunday's FA Cup third round tie with Liverpool at Old Trafford.

Alex Ferguson turns attention to Liverpool FA Cup tie

Sir Alex Ferguson will take nothing for granted ahead of Manchester United's blockbuster FA Cup tie with Liverpool on Sunday.

Late Bowyer goal denies Manchester United victory

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Man United recovery no suprise to Ferdinand

Rio Ferdinand insists Manchester United's rapid rise up the Premier League has not taken him by surprise.

Fletcher's combination of steel and self-control shows Wilshere's limits

Arsenal had two pre-match observations to take some motivation from: Patrice Evra's claim that they are a "training ground team" who will win "no trophy, nothing", and Sir Alex Ferguson's claim in last night's programme notes that they are not as "lilywhite" as they seem. It was easy to imagine when Evra made his comments on Canal+ last week that Ferguson would have been irritated at the unnecessary source of inspiration but as Arsène Wenger's side went about their work you sensed that it had provoked rather than primed them.

Manchester United's Ben Amos became goalkeeper by chance

Ben Amos has admitted he only became a goalkeeper by chance.

Rooney's late penalty enough for United

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Manchester United close to Anders Lindegaard deal

Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed Manchester United expect to sign Danish goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard within "the next two or three weeks".

Manchester United target Anders Lindegaard to replace Edwin van der Sar

Having rebuffed talk of his own retirement, Sir Alex Ferguson is preparing for the succession of Edwin van der Sar.

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