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A power failure delayed United's game in Braga

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Michael Carrick scored the only goal of the game against Galatasaray

Michael Carrick eager for Manchester United to achieve early progress from Champions League group

Michael Carrick wants Manchester United to wrap up their progress to the Champions League knock-out stage as quickly as possible.

Michael Carrick scored the only goal of the game against Galatasaray

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Manchester United could start with Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie in attack for the first time since the Dutchman's move to Old Trafford from Arsenal against CFR Cluj in tomorrow's Champions League clash.

Darren Fletcher in action for Manchester United

Darren Fletcher delighted to be back in action for Manchester United

Darren Fletcher returned to Manchester United's starting line-up for the first time in 10 months last night and declared himself delighted to be back.

Sir Alex Ferguson, United manager: 'It's a fantastic collection of players. I hope I pick the right combinations'

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Sir Alex Ferguson has told his Manchester United players they cannot afford to make the "stupid errors" they committed in Europe last season after the Reds were handed another relatively easy-looking Champions League group.

Tottenham striker Giovani Dos Santos

Tottenham's Giovani Dos Santos seeking return to Spain

Giovani Dos Santos hopes his nightmare spell at Tottenham will come to an end soon.

Dimitar Berbatov

Galatasaray reveal interest in Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov

The president of Turkish giants Galatasaray is prepared to foot the bill to rescue striker Dimitar Berbatov from his spot on the bench at Manchester United.

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<br /><b>Milan Baros: </b> Very quiet game for the ex-Liverpool player (pictured) who couldn't seem to get anything right. 5/10
<br /><b>Best off the bench – Jan Rezek: </b> Worked hard for his side but was another Czech player who failed to make any real impact to the game. 5/10

Czech Republic striker Milan Baros retires from international football

Milan Baros has retired from international football with the Czech Republic.

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