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Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar is set to return from injury in tonight's reserves match away to Everton.

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Foster ready to repay Ferguson faith

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Brown demands Cup focus at Manchester United

Wes Brown is determined Manchester United's Carling Cup defence will not stumble at the first hurdle tonight.

Can Harry mix it with the big boys?

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Ferdinand and Neville in contention for Manchester United

Rio Ferdinand and Gary Neville are both in contention for Manchester United's trip to Tottenham tomorrow.

Gerrard ruled out of England friendly

Steven Gerrard has pulled out of the England squad for tomorrow night's friendly with Holland in Amsterdam.

Van der Sar out for eight weeks

Manchester United will start the new season without Dutch goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar, who faces an eight-week layoff with a broken finger.

United take Blanc advice on Obertan

Bordeaux manager and former United defender points Ferguson to £3m France winger

Foster signs new Manchester United deal

Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Foster has signed a contract extension that will keep him at Old Trafford until 2013, it was announced today.

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