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

Alex Ferguson wins Manager of the Season award

Manchester United have claimed an awards double with Sir Alex Ferguson and Nemanja Vidic landing the Barclays Manager and Player of the Season honours.

Man-for-man marking: United and Chelsea

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Manchester United have 'psychological advantage' over Chelsea claims Nani

Nani believes Manchester United have the "psychological advantage" going into the crucial Barclays Premier League match against Chelsea after eliminating their opponents from the Champions League.

John O'Shea revels in Manchester United success

Republic of Ireland defender John O'Shea has voiced his pride at leading Manchester United into the Champions League final.

Rio Ferdinand ready for upcoming challenges

Rio Ferdinand insists he is fully fit and ready to steer Manchester United through a hazardous path to glory.

James Lawton: Referees need respect, it's true, but more urgently they require assistance

The Luddite persuasion ruling football loses a little more credibility with each piece of fresh evidence. It has rarely been exposed so pitifully as at Stamford Bridge

'Award will mean little if West Ham go down'

Parker beats Bale and Vidic to Player of the Year award but is still injured for today's vital game against Chelsea

City rise at last on painstaking foundations laid by Mancini

Manchester City 1 Manchester United 0

Nemanja Vidic wary of Manchester City desperation

After Sir Alex Ferguson highlighted Chelsea's obsession with the Champions League, Nemanja Vidic knows anything will do for Manchester City.

Parker and Adam worthy of PFA nod in season without an obvious winner

Gareth Bale is my choice, writes Sam Wallace – but the relegation-battling duo merit recognition

Gareth Bale and Samir Nasri lead PFA Player of the Year nominations

Tottenham’s Gareth Bale and Arsenal’s Samir Nasri have reportedly been nominated for both the PFA Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards.

Chris Smalling relishing 'massive stage' at Chelsea

Chris Smalling is still smarting over the penalty decision which cost Manchester United in last month's defeat at Chelsea as he prepares for Wednesday night's Champions League showdown at Stamford Bridge.

Hammers hit by the curse of Rooney

West Ham United 2 Manchester United 4: England striker unleashes torrent of goals and expletives to condemn Grant's men to drop zone

West Ham trip could decide the title race, says Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson believes this lunchtime's visit to West Ham could go a long way to determining if Manchester United's quest for the treble will be realised.

Manchester United encourage Chris Smalling to be more vocal

Sir Alex Ferguson has already expressed his delight at Chris Smalling's introduction to life at Manchester United. Now he wants the defender to start shouting at his team-mates.

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