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 Posted by Andy Mitten
5 hours ago

Twisted words amid transfer tales

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson explains why Manchester United have not received the best value for their money.

MANCHESTER -- It wasn't the start to the season Manchester United fans were expecting. Before the club's opening game of the season against Swansea, I did an interview outside Old Trafford for the BBC's Match of the Day 2 highlights programme. Match of the Day, a British television institution famous for its opening theme tune, will be 50 years old this weekend.

I was cautiously optimistic before the game and talked about an excellent preseason for United, though I stressed that fans wanted to s...

7 hours ago

Sunderland primed for Man Utd upset

Sunderland saved their season with a win over Manchester United in May. Could another upset be in the cards this Sunday at the Stadium of Light?

A new book on north-eastern football reports an audacious attempt in 2009 by Niall Quinn, then chairman of Sunderland, to sign Louis van Gaal as manager.

Michael Walker, the author of "Up There: The North-East, Football, Boom & Bust," says Quinn's approach was restricted to telephone calls. Van Gaal's wife, Truus, answered one of them, telling the former Irish striker: "Keep working on him, I want to go to England.'"

- Jolly: Robin van Persie hints at United return

It would be flattering t...

16 hours ago

Enigmatic Nani leaves Man United

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson explains why Nani has fallen short of the Cristiano Ronaldo comparisons.

Farewell to Nani, then.

As Marcos Rojo joins Manchester United for the sum of 16 million pounds, the Portugal forward goes in the other direction, joining his former club Sporting Lisbon on a season-long loan.

It is likely that, though he still has four years of his contract to run at Old Trafford, his playing days with Manchester United are at an end.

- Report: Paul Scholes worries for United future
- Payne: Rojo bolsters Man United defence

The overriding sense, after all that, is one of disap...

1 day ago

Rojo bolsters Man United defence

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Craig Burley give their take on Marcos Rojo heading to Manchester United and how he will impact the back line.

Marcos Rojo became Manchester United's newest recruit on Wednesday after his arrival from Sporting Lisbon and could make the matchday squad for this weekend's visit to Sunderland. The Argentinian defender will join his third European club in four years and will find a squad desperately in need of a fillip.

- Kelly: Rojo a shrewd signing for United

Despite Lionel Messi incongruously winning the most valuable player award at the World Cup, by far the stand out feature of Argentina's campaign in Br...

1 day ago

Marcos Rojo a shrewd signing

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Craig Burley give their take on Marcos Rojo heading to Manchester United and how he will impact the back line.

"From criticism in the national team to becoming the second most expensive Argentine defender in history," ran a rather unwieldy headline on the sports website of La Nación after Marcos Rojo's 20 million euro move to Manchester United was agreed on Tuesday night.

After first breaking into the Estudiantes de La Plata first team in 2008, Rojo flourished under Alejandro Sabella's management the following season. Playing at centre-back, the youngster showed promise. He was part of the squad -- ...

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
1 day ago

Woodward needs to deliver Di Maria

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson believes Real Madrid need Angel Di Maria in case Cristiano Ronaldo's form starts slipping.

On Saturday, after 4 p.m., Ed Woodward took belated leave of Old Trafford's directors' box.

As Manchester United's executive vice chairman ushered his family toward the tunnel, he allowed himself a glance across at the press box, where a few journalists were still beavering away in an otherwise deserted stadium. There was a shy, uncertain smile on his face. Woodward must have recognised that his name would be heavily invoked as a reason behind a demoralising opening-day defeat to Swansea City...