Hargreaves may not be able to play through pain

Owen Hargreaves may never be pain-free despite hitting the comeback trail last week.

'I knew Liverpool would struggle' says Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson has suggested ahead of Liverpool's visit to Old Trafford tomorrow that Rafael Benitez's side over-performed last season and never looked likely to repeat their achievements, including a 4-1 victory at Manchester United, that saw them briefly threaten to sneak the title.

Hargreaves determined to return at the top

Owen Hargreaves insists he can rediscover his best form.

United are still hungry, says Carrick

Midfielder claims that Old Trafford clash with Liverpool can provide timely spur

Evra is Manchester United's player of the season says Irwin

Manchester United legend Denis Irwin has hailed Patrice Evra as the world's best left-back.

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Sir Alex Ferguson insists he is ready to let Owen Hargreaves take the next step on his road to recovery.

Ferguson: 'Capello asks too much of Rooney'

Ferguson attacks England manager after he played star striker for ‘too long’ at Wembley / Criticises Keith Harris and the Red Knights after call for United fans to boycott Old Trafford

Hargeaves set for reserve run-out

Owen Hargreaves is set to make his long-awaited comeback for Manchester United in a reserve team encounter on Thursday.

Rooney urges fans to end taunts against Terry

Striker shows support for former captain and is confident of being fit for Egypt match

Steve Tongue: Terry's a loser but England squad lose nothing

According to one dressing-room observer, Fabio Capello's final words following England's match against Brazil in November, the last before a three-month international break, were along the lines of "keep playing for your clubs" and "keep your noses clean". If the latter phrase does not sound terribly authentic, given the manager's lack of idiomatic English, the message was clear. John Terry failed to heed it and is now the loser, in pride and probably pocket, from what has been a depressing affair in more than the sexual sense.

Ferguson starts mind games with Ancelotti

United manager claims he was unaware Chelsea were playing Hull last Tuesday

Hargreaves could figure this season says Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson insists Owen Hargreaves will eventually return to action even though he has been forced to leave the £18million midfielder out of Manchester United's Champions League squad.

Sir Alex Ferguson set to include Owen Hargreaves

Sir Alex Ferguson intends to name Owen Hargreaves in his 25-man Champions League squad even though he has no real idea when the midfielder will make his Manchester United comeback.

Van der Sar set for Manchester United comeback

Edwin van der Sar could make his Manchester United comeback against Burnley tomorrow.

Hargreaves eyes Manchester United comeback

Owen Hargreaves is determined to look back on his 14-month long absence as a positive experience.

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