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Manchester United

 By Nick Miller

Manchester United face Liverpool in fascinating fight for top four

It's down to the wire in the Premier League as Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool vie for a Champions League spot.

Manchester United simply do not make sense this season. Every game appears to bring a fresh nadir in the quality of performance; each week a fresh layer of despair is added to how joyless this team seems to have become.

Heads are shaken as another anemic Angel Di Maria performance makes him look a shadow of the player we saw in the early weeks of the season; eyes are rubbed as those present wonder whether this is the same Radamel Falcao who was the deadliest centre-forward in Europe a couple of...

Mark Payne Manchester Utd  By Mark Payne

De Gea and Young are Manchester United's heroes at opposite ends

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Ashley Young goal (89') Newcastle 0-1 Manchester United

This was yet another untidy performance from Manchester United in that they left it late to claim victory. At times the away end called for the visiting team to "attack, attack, attack," and the frustration level among fans was clearly rising.

Ashley Young's winner, with just a minute of normal time left, brought screams of relief from all. With their top-four rivals also winning, United can expect the rest of their season to be like this.

Disjointed, nerve-racking and with just enough quality to...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Young's late winner earns Manchester United three vital points

Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal says his side were well worth their late win against Newcastle on Wednesday.

NEWCASTLE, England -- Three thoughts on Manchester United's 1-0 win vs. Newcastle in the Premier League.

1. Young's decisive late strike

"Attack, attack, attack," implored visiting Manchester United fans as the game wore on. Their side had been ponderous and punchless against a determined Newcastle effort, supplying another antiseptic display, while their rivals for a top-four finish were all winning. Liverpool were set to draw level on points, with the Merseysiders in infinitely richer form than...

 By Andy Mitten

Jonny Evans needs Man United fans' support to play his best football

The Football Association has charged both Papiss Cisse and Jonny Evans for their spitting altercation on Wednesday's Premier League match between Newcastle and Manchester United.

It wasn't only the 3,000 travelling Manchester United fans high up in the third tier at St James' Park who missed two players spitting in Wednesday's Premier League game at Newcastle, the match officials and both benches missed it too.

Everyone witnessed the outraged reaction from Cisse in the stadium, while the slow motion, HD television replays provided clear evidence of spitting for those watching at home. Evans has vehemently denied that he intended to spit at the Senegalese and will respond...

Resurgence of Young a reflection of Manchester United season

Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal says his side were well worth their late win against Newcastle on Wednesday.

It might have seemed like yet another gift for Manchester United, this time from opposing goalkeeper Tim Krul, but you'd forgive Ashley Young for not feeling he deserved to fully accept it.

Young's fortuitous 89th-minute strike against Newcastle United on Wednesday was not just the club's first late winner since Dec. 26, 2012, putting a much more familiar spin on this apparent habit of United achieving unexpected wins. It was also Young's first goal in 14 months, and finally tangible confirmation...

Evans-Cisse 'Spitgate' in need of some perspective

Louis van Gaal and John Carver both claimed not to have seen or spoken about the spitting incident between Jonny Evans and Papiss Cisse.

The most controversial moment in Manchester United's 1-0 win Wednesday night over Newcastle wasn't the penalty the home side should have had when Chris Smalling brought down Emmanuel Riviere. It wasn't the goal Wayne Rooney scored that was incorrectly ruled out for offside, either. Or the bizarre interaction between Louis van Gaal and Ryan Giggs after they both leapt off the bench in celebration of Ashley Young's last-minute winner.

It was a moment, five minutes before halftime, between Jonny...