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United were easily beaten by Chelsea on Sunday to lose further ground in the Premier League

Samuel Eto'o celebrates his third goal against Manchester United

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How the players fared in the Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge

Samuel Eto'o takes the ball past Phil Jones

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Manchester United have lost the power of the comeback

Transfer news: Manchester United set to miss out on Benfica's Ezequiel Garay

Long term target reportedly set for Russian switch

Adnan Januzaj

Adnan Januzaj among 'the best I have seen', says Manchester United team-mate Darren Fletcher

The youngster was influential in the 2-0 victory over Swansea

David Moyes shows his frustration on another difficult night for the United manager

Comment: Manchester United's fragility and despair was apparent after a minute of Capital One Cup defeat to Sunderland

David Moyes saw his side lost the first leg of the semi-final 2-1

Ryan Giggs looks downcast after scoring an own goal in Manchester United’s defeat against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light

Manchester United are in alien territory admits David Moyes, but the club on 'the verge of turning' following Capital One Cup defeat to Sunderland

But manager rejects the idea that the presence of Sir Alex Ferguson in the stand was unhelpful

Anders Lindegaard in action for Manchester United against Norwich City

Manchester United will return to Premier League summit in no time, claims goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard

The reserve goalkeeper believes United are in a transitional period and will return to their winning ways once they come out of it

Fabio da Silva, centre, will not be offered a new contract when his current deal expires

Transfer news: Manchester United might not make any January signings with club refusing to consider stopgap acquisitions

David Moyes has said there is an 'urgency' for new recruits

Wayne Rooney was quite happy to play in midfield for David Moyes on Saturday

David Moyes talks up 'leadership' of Wayne Rooney, after talisman accepts Manchester United midfield role in win over West Ham

Wayne Rooney was quite happy to play in midfield for David Moyes on Saturday

Rio Ferdinand could retire at the end of the season when his Manchester united contract expires to move into TV punditry

Rio Ferdinand believed to be considering retirement when his Manchester United contract expires at end of the season

Ferdinand has already begun the move into TV punditry and he is said to be considering the role of BT Sport's main football analyst

Patrice Evra has called for the

Manchester United v West Ham: Patrice Evra identifies the 'spirit' needed to lift David Moyes' side up the Premier League table

Evra wants United to play with the 'character and personality' that saw them dominate matches at Old Trafford last season

Transfer news: David Moyes considering move for Mehdi Benatia to strengthen Manchester United defence

Roma centre-half could be drafted in this January

According to home goalkeeper Brad Guzan, this is an opportunity for Paul Lambert’s men to go and get three points

Aston Villa v Manchester United: Villa sense a glimmer of hope as they look to end hoodoo

After 18 years, Guzan and Co seek elusive home win

Marouane Fellaini missed training today

Manchester United v Shakhtar Donetsk: David Moyes faces personnel problem in search of top spot in Champions League group

United need a point at Old Trafford to win the group, but may have to do so without some senior players

David Moyes was disappointed his side conceded another late equaliser from a set piece

Transfer news: Manchester United will look to strengthen in January, but there are 'no guarantees' of new arrivals warns David Moyes

United missed out on a number of midfield targets during the summer

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