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Roy Hodgson has promised Gareth Barry he still has a future with England.

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Manchester United are hopeful Phil Jones will shrug off an ankle injury and declare himself fit for Saturday's FA Cup tie at Liverpool.

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Michael Carrick could take on the mantle of the retired Paul Scholes

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Sir Alex Ferguson has challenged Michael Carrick to maintain his outstanding recent form and become the leading midfielder that the Manchester United manager believes he can be.

Phil Jones is taken off at Fulham after catching an elbow in his face

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Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted he "feared the worst" when Phil Jones had to be replaced at Fulham on Wednesday.

Jonny Evans keen to end goal drought

Jonny Evans has abandoned the idea of practising a goal celebration for when he eventually breaks his Manchester United duck.

Ferguson: Faces a depleted squad

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Sir Alex Ferguson, the Manchester United manager, insists he will not panic buy during next month's transfer window.

Ferguson saw United return to winning ways against Wolves

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Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson knows he will have to utilise the full depth of his squad as the fixture list picks up over the festive period.

Cleverley goes off injured against Everton

Tom Cleverley ruled out for Manchester United

Sir Alex Ferguson has ruled Tom Cleverley out of Manchester United's Champions League clash with Otelul Galati tomorrow and does not expect the midfielder to feature in Saturday's Premier League encounter with Sunderland either.

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