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

Ian Herbert: Should Rio quit England duty to prolong Old Trafford days?

International aspirations are probably over for defender whose long career is taking its toll

Manchester United boosted by return of Nani

Nani handed Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson a boost this morning by returning to training.

Kenny Dalglish better prepared for Manchester United visit

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish will be better prepared for his second meeting with Manchester United in two months than he was back in January.

Manchester United will turn to Wes Brown after Nemanja Vidic dismissal

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will turn to Wes Brown to fill the defensive void left by the suspension of Nemanja Vidic following the Serbian's dismissal in last night's damaging loss at the hands of Chelsea.

Fernando Torres still learning Chelsea style

Fernando Torres admits it is up to him to adapt to Chelsea's style of play as he looks finally to break his scoring duck for his new club against Manchester United tomorrow.

Manchester United deserve to be top insists Nemanja Vidic

Nemanja Vidic insists the Premier League table does not lie.

Ferguson calls for true grit as United embark on crucial three weeks

Now we shall begin to discover if those who claim that Manchester United's domestic ascendancy is a mirage, with simply no Premier League opposition strong enough to expose their weaknesses, are right.

Manchester United face injury crisis ahead of Champions League tie

Manchester United were without several senior players including Rio Ferdinand and Ryan Giggs as they flew out to Marseille for tomorrow's Champions League match.

Bevington says 'training camps' will not replace friendly games

Club England managing director Adrian Bevington has confirmed no thought was given to having an international get-together this month rather than a friendly match.

Wayne Rooney expects title challenge from Chelsea

Wayne Rooney has warned Manchester United to beware champions Chelsea as the Premier League title race begins to take shape.

James Lawton: While Anfield mourns loss of a star, Dalglish is building sparkling future

Some of of the more sensitive Liverpool fans may feel hurt, even marginalised, by the announcement of Fernando Torres that he was so pleased to be joining a "top-level" club.

United retain unbeaten record and return to top spot

Tottenham 0 Manchester United 0

Harry Redknapp denies David Beckham has been a distraction

Harry Redknapp has denied the media circus surrounding David Beckham's presence at Tottenham has affected his team's preparations for their crunch match against Manchester United.

Nani: United can match Arsenal's 'invincibles'

Manchester United may have coped without him but Nani's return, with a healthy dose of arrogance on and off the field, could drive Sir Alex Ferguson's team through a crucial period.

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