Park Ji-sung agrees Manchester United contract extension

Park Ji-sung has agreed a contract extension that will keep him at Manchester United until 2012.

Manchester United remain title favourites says Coyle

Owen Coyle still expects Manchester United to win the title this season despite his Burnley side delivering the champions a major blow at Turf Moor last night.

United shot down by Blake strike

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Park Ji-sung is set to sign a lucrative new Manchester United contract during the early weeks of the season.

Berbatov expecting better season

Dimitar Berbatov has admitted he expects to do better for Manchester United this season.

United left breathless by Iniesta midfield mastery

Barcelona 2 Manchester United 0

Ian Herbert: Guardiola's brilliant creation is enough to make the heart weep

Pep Guardiola's words had sounded a little too ornate to be football language when he took a seat up on a stage in this stadium on Tuesday evening and spoke of how he wanted his side to be "beautiful" and to feel they were playing in front of the whole world. But that is how it was when their moment came. When all the analysis had spun out and it came down to the football it really was 10 individuals creating geometry so astoundingly satisfying to see that the words for Manchester United were ones which so rarely apply. Predictable, staid, ordinary.

United beaten by brilliant Barcelona

Barcelona 2 Manchester United 0

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Rio Ferdinand has declared himself fit to face Barcelona in tomorrow's Champions League final.

Tevez stays away on club's awards night

Argentine skips United's celebrations, leaving £25m deal to stay looking unlikely

Uefa rule out Fletcher appeal

Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher will miss the Champions League final in Rome later this month after Uefa said there was no chance of overturning the red card he received against Arsenal last night.

Fletcher's Rome hopes rest on Uefa leniency

Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher will only play in the Champions League final if Uefa break with tradition and overturn the red card he harshly received in their semi-final win over Arsenal on Tuesday.

Gerrard torments United to breathe life into title chase

Manchester United 1 Liverpool 4: Captain leads Liverpool charge against flat-footed champions

Liverpool thrash Manchester United

Liverpool kept their title hopes alive with a 4-1 victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford.

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