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Under former manager Paolo Di Canio, Lee Cattermole was lost – a totem of the the Italian’s dislocated relationship with his players

Ferdinand handed four match ban

Rio Ferdinand has received a four-match suspension after losing his appeal against an FA violent conduct charge.

Ferdinand to play in Manchester derby

Rio Ferdinand will face Manchester City in the Carling Cup this evening after denying a charge of violent conduct, Press Association Sport understands.

Leeds send Manchester United crashing out of FA Cup

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Ferguson reveals O'Shea injury fear

Sir Alex Ferguson has raised the possibility that John O'Shea might be sidelined for two more months.

Manchester United have squad to win title says Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson is confident Manchester United have the right blend to retain their Premier League crown - providing they can stay clear of injuries.

Rooney makes it all better after rare error

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Wayne Rooney helps Manchester United to 3-1 win over Hull

Wayne Rooney rescued Manchester United after almost playing the Barclays Premier League champions into trouble at struggling Hull this afternoon.

Ferdinand future remains bleak, admits Ferguson

Worry for club and country as central defender's back injury is slow in healing

Manchester City not a distraction for United insists Brown

Wes Brown insists Manchester United will not be deflected away from the glory trail despite the emergence of Manchester City as another threat to their dominance of the English game.

Brown not planning to quit Manchester United

Wes Brown has no intention of quitting Manchester United even though he has once again be reduced to the role of stand-in.

Young calls time on England career

Glen Johnson's withdrawal from the England squad to face Brazil has shed light on Luke Young's international status, after the Aston Villa defender told the Football Association last season he was no longer available for selection.

Berbatov battles to win Old Trafford's affection

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Neville thinks England career coming to an end

Gary Neville feels his England career is drawing to a close.

Welback savouring hometown glory for United

Danny Welbeck is living out his dream as a "Manc boy" playing for Manchester United.

Brown stays positive despite latest setback to United career

Talented defender remains philosophical after injury wrecked last season's finale
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