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Ryan Giggs is confident Manchester United can show their class in tonight's Champions League match with Marseille at Old Trafford.

Manchester United boosted by return of Nani

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

Alex Ferguson admits to 'tough week' with Manchester United

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Nani ruled out until April following Jamie Carragher tackle

Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed star winger Nani will not return to action until after this month's international break.

Michael Owen could return for Manchester United this weekend

Michael Owen could return to the Manchester United squad for tomorrow's trip to Wigan.

United favourites after stale-mate in Marseille

Marseille 0 Manchester United 0

United could be without Anderson for two months

Manchester United's preparations for renewing combat in Europe were hit yesterday by news that they may be without Anderson for two months because of cartilage damage sustained by the Brazilian.

Manchester United play down Michael Owen injury

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has played down fears Michael Owen will be sidelined for an extended period after sustaining a groin injury in training this week.

Manchester United star Park Ji-Sung ruled out for a month

Manchester United midfielder Park Ji-Sung was today ruled out for four weeks after suffering a hamstring injury on Friday.

Berbatov's 19-goal haul pays off with new deal at Old Trafford

Manchester United are ready to extend Dimitar Berbatov's contract for another two years, according to sources in his native Bulgaria. The 30-year-old's deal expires in the summer of 2012 and though it had been thought United were happy to wait until the summer before extending it, it appears an extension may be agreed within two weeks which would deliver a substantial increase on the striker's £100,000 a week deal. Though Sir Alex Ferguson has declared that Berbatov should deliver away from home as well as at Old Trafford, he has also suggested that he is capable of 30 goals this season.

Gary Neville gives approval to successor Rafael

Gary Neville is convinced his coveted right-back role at Manchester United is in safe hands.

Lindegaard happy with Manchester United squad place

Anders Lindegaard had no intention of inheriting Edwin van der Sar's number one shirt - he just wants his place in the Manchester United team.

Park Ji-sung retires from international football

Manchester United midfielder Park Ji-sung of South Korea has formally announced his retirement from international football.

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Australia to meet three-times champions Japan in Asian final

Australia will play three-times champions Japan in the Asian Cup final after they thrashed Uzbekistan 6-0 at the Khalifa Stadium yesterday. Japan earlier beat South Korea 3-0 in a penalty shootout after the two sides played out a high quality 2-2 draw at the Al Gharafa Stadium.

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