Ferdinand relishing title battle

Rio Ferdinand is relishing the intensity of a three-pronged title battle - just as long as Manchester United emerge the victors.

Ian Herbert: Benitez suffers from reverse psychology

Liverpool manager cuts increasingly frustrated figure after latest setback

United are still hungry, says Carrick

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

Park part of Manchester United's landscape

Being left out of the squad made the Korean even more determined to earn his place

Rooney's class claims new victim in Fulham

Manchester United 3 Fulham 0: Ferguson bullish about United's chances for title run-in after second-half masterclass

Rooney double takes United back to summit

Manchester United 3 Fulham 0

Rooney rules but Beckham steals show

Returning hero grabs limelight with scarf gesture but United shine on the pitch with comprehensive 4-0 win

Beckham show inspires Neville to roll back years

The years rolled back as he strolled down the touchline and took the applause he was so accustomed to seven years or so ago.

Wayne Rooney strikes twice as United cruise

Manchester United 4 AC Milan 0(United win 7-2 on aggregate)

Park eyes Manchester United treble

Park Ji-sung has set his sights on completing a hat-trick of trophies with Manchester United this season.

Rooney scores winner for United in Carling Cup final

Aston Villa 1 Manchester United 2

Improving Nani delights Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson believes Portuguese winger Nani is finally coming of age at Manchester United.

Rooney is rampant as Arsenal fall apart

Arsenal 1 Manchester United 3: Striker starts and finishes brilliant move leaving Wenger to criticise 'poor' Gunners

United sweep aside Arsenal to remain second

Arsenal 1 Manchester United 3

Rooney to the four as Myhill plays the fall guy

Manchester United 4 Hull City 0
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Tony Oursler on exploring our uneasy relationship with technology with his new show

You won't believe your eyes

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Ian Herbert: Peter Moores must go. He should never have been brought back to fail again

Moores must go. He should never have been brought back to fail again

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