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 By Andy Mitten

Van Gaal and Manchester United expected to compete for title next year

Chelsea have one hand on the Premier League title after Eden Hazard fired them to a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he's pleased that his side dominated the match despite their loss against Chelsea.

LONDON -- The verbal jousting after Saturday's one-sided match at Stamford Bridge was marking territory for next season.

As usual, there was plenty of needle between United and Chelsea fans separated by police at the Fulham Broadway flashpoint. Chelsea's home is hemmed in by the road where away coaches are lined up after the match. Stamford Bridge's lack of space for development extends to the Broadway, which becomes packed. With both sets of fans let out of the stadium at the final whistle, the...

 By Nick Miller

Mourinho's big win against Manchester United proves his tactical brilliance

Chelsea have one hand on the Premier League title after Eden Hazard fired them to a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho still does not feel the Premier League title race is over, following their 1-0 win over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.

Louis van Gaal declared that his team's performance in their 1-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge on Saturday was Manchester United's best of the season. "I see that we are improving every week and when you can play in Chelsea like this, as the dominant team, then I am very happy with that," he said, before expressing his disappointment at the result.

Wayne Rooney echoed his manager ("We dominated the game"), and the raw statistics would appear to back up their view. United had 67 percent possession, 15...

Chelsea defend deep to beat Man Utd; Mourinho's Van Gaal blueprint

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho still does not feel the Premier League title race is over, following their 1-0 win over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea had only 29 percent of possession, their lowest figure since such statistics were first collated in 2006, and yet still beat Manchester United 1-0 on Saturday.

Jose Mourinho said he would have been happy for United to have 99 percent of the ball; Chelsea planned to play without it and executed their plan well. It was based on defending deep and in numbers, with the concentration and organisation to prevent United from breaking them down.

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Ander Herrera: There will never be another Paul Scholes

Midfielder Ander Herrera was one of the few bright spots for Manchester United.
Ander Herrera has impressed in the Man Utd midfield this season.

There will never be another player like Paul Scholes in football, according to Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera.

Herrera, 25, has been likened to the former England international, who scored 107 goals in 499 games for United during his time at the club which spanned three decades from 1991 to 2013.

And the Spaniard has enjoyed a fine start to life at Old Trafford, having netted seven goals in 26 appearances since arriving for £28.8 million from Athletic Bilbao in the summer.

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Michael Johnson says young UK footballers lack speed and power

Theo Walcott and Raheem Sterling are two of the quickest young players in the Premier League.

Young footballers in Britain/the United Kingdom are lagging behind in terms of speed and power, according to former U.S. sprint great Michael Johnson.

Johnson, who won four Olympic gold medals for the USA from 1992-2000 in the 200m and 400m, is now working with the FA to help clubs learn more about players' athletic development and has welcomed Arsenal to his Texas-based performance centre in the past.

"Everybody is trying to get as much as they can out of their athletes," Johnson said at the Laureus...