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

Something For The Weekend: 10/12/2011

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Red Devils in peril?

Wolves at home: the sort of fixture Manchester United have been able to sneer through for years, but which must now be worrying because of just how bad a bad result would be.

Nemanja Vidic is carried off with hisk nee injury against Basle

New blow for United as Vidic may be out for rest of season

Scan results on captain's injured knee will be released today but club are braced for the worst

Wayne Rooney cuts a disconsolate figure as the Basle players celebrate at the final whistle last night

Fergie in spat with Keane as awful United crash out

Sir Alex Ferguson's raw emotion at his club's first Champions League group-stage exit in six years led him to round on his former captain Roy Keane last night, as Manchester United's hopes of finally eclipsing Barcelona collapsed into the grim prospect of Thursday-night football in the Europa League.

Nemanja Vidic is banking on starting today after a red card against Otelul

Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic relieved to be over injury

Nemanja Vidic is glad to be able to put the most irritating injury of his career behind him.

Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic retires from international football

Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic has retired from international football with Serbia.

Nemanja Vidic lay-off longer than expected for Manchester United

Sir Alex Ferguson today confirmed Nemanja Vidic's calf injury is worse than first thought with the Manchester United captain facing up to five weeks on the sidelines.

Nemanja Vidic wants fast start from Manchester United

Nemanja Vidic has called on Manchester United to make a fast start when they begin their Premier League title defence at West Brom on Sunday.

Nemanja Vidic says Manchester United ready to make flying start

Nemanja Vidic declared Manchester United were primed to make a flying start to the season following their latest incredible comeback in the Community Shield.

Dimitar Berbatov injured on Manchester United pre-season tour

Dimitar Berbatov has been ruled out of the second match of Manchester United's US Tour.

Nemanja Vidic braced for Manchester City title challenge

Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic expects a fierce Barclays Premier League fight with Manchester City this season.

Football in brief: Sneijder considers Internazionale exit

Internazionale midfielder Wesley Sneijder has left the door open for a possible move away from San Siro this summer, despite pledging his commitment to the club last week.

Alex Ferguson admits Champions League mistakes

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted that mistakes may have been made before the 2009 Champions League final defeat to Barcelona, but that they have been rectified ahead of the 2011 final against the same opposition on Saturday.

Nemanja Vidic warns Manchester United will lose if too much focus on Lionel Messi

Nemanja Vidic fears Champions League heartbreak for Manchester United if they become obsessed with shackling Lionel Messi in Saturday's final against Barcelona at Wembley.

The players of the year, as chosen by supporters

This year, the player of the season has been hard to pin down. Gareth Bale won the Footballers' Player of the Year, Scott Parker won the Football Writers' award and Nemanja Vidic picked up the Barclays gong.

Nemanja Vidic says Manchester United must focus on Barcelona

Nemanja Vidic is certain the tear-stained memories of Rome will ensure Manchester United enjoy the briefest of title celebrations.

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