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Injury rules Anderson out for season

Manchester United's Brazilian midfielder Anderson will miss the rest of the season after rupturing his cruciate ligament in the comeback game which followed a period of doubt about his Old Trafford future.

Anderson ruled out for rest of season

Anderson will to Portugal in a fortnight for an operation to repair the ruptured cruciate ligament he suffered during Manchester United's Premier League win over West Ham on Tuesday.

Manchester United hitting top gear says Carrick

Michael Carrick feels Manchester United are starting to hit top form at just the right time.

Rooney gives United the edge in Milan

AC Milan 2 Manchester United 3

Rooney sends United to Wembley

Manchester United 3 Manchester City 1 (United win 4-3 on aggregate)

Ian Herbert: Neville must stop raging against the dying light

Defender's gesture at City's Tevez was the latest in series of ugly outbursts

Vieira renews his rivalry with United

City's new signing says Ferguson's side are a fading force / Frenchman eager to prove he is still a world-class player

Carrick eager to get back to winning ways

Michael Carrick knows Manchester United need to hit the winning trail again once they manage to re-start their campaign.

Ferdinand makes World Cup fitness vow

Rio Ferdinand insists there is "no question" that he will be fit for next year's World Cup despite fears over his long-term fitness.

Evra: We missed chance to boost goal difference

Patrice Evra is unhappy that Manchester United did not inflict even more damage on Wolverhampton Wanderers on Tuesday night.

Manchester United in shock move for Sol Campbell

Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to turn to Sol Campbell to ease the defensive crisis engulfing Manchester United according to various reports today.

Vidic boost enough for Ferguson

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to welcome Nemanja Vidic back to his starting line-up and would be satisfied if the Serbian was the only man available to ease his injury-ravaged defence.

Gill's son called up as defence crisis grips United

With only one other defender fit, Ferguson turns to teen whose father is chief executive

Crunch time has arrived, admits Zola

West Ham 0 Manchester Utd 4

England staying grounded says Milner

James Milner insisted no-one in the England squad is "getting ahead of themselves" and already thinking of the World Cup finals next summer.

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