Rooney scores four in demolition of Hull

Manchester United 4 Hull 0

Glazers lay bare fears for future of United

Investors warned that impending end of Ferguson era and Manchester City's wealth present serious threats. Owners may take further loans up to £70m from club

Rooney makes it all better after rare error

Hull City 1 Manchester United 3

United have long-haul plan to tackle Park knee problem

Manchester United are considering making special arrangements for Park Ji-sung to travel back from international games in South Korea.

Owen hat-trick secures win for depleted United

Wolfsburg 1 Manchester United 3

Manchester United injury crisis deepens

Manchester United defenders John O'Shea and Jonny Evans have both been ruled out of action until January.

Rooney likely to be excused from Moscow game

Sir Alex Ferguson will announce later whether new father Wayne Rooney is excused from Manchester United's Champions League game with CSKA Moscow tomorrow.

'Anything can happen at Anfield' says Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson insists form will play no part in what he deems Manchester United's biggest fixture on Sunday - a clash with Liverpool.

Ferdinand expresses confidence in Valencia

Rio Ferdinand believes Antonio Valencia is destined to become a big star at Manchester United.

Ferguson confident of escaping ban

Sir Alex Ferguson will plead guilty to the charge of improper conduct laid against him yesterday by the Football Association but remains convinced he can keep the punishment limited to a fine.

Ferguson tips Rooney to be world beater

Sir Alex Ferguson has tipped Wayne Rooney to gatecrash the elite trio currently monopolising world football.

Owen's twilight flit leaves City in the shade

Manchester United 4 Manchester City 3

New Manchester United contract for Park Ji-sung

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

Evra wants last word on derby day

United defender reveals his text battle with Tevez ahead of crucial City clash

Patrice Evra hoping to face Carlos Tevez

Patrice Evra is ready to join in the booing of Carlos Tevez if his good friend turns out in Sunday's Manchester derby.

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