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Manchester United seek to rediscover authority in Premier League

Angel Di Maria insists that he completed his switch to Manchester United to challenge himself.

I rode toward the last fence: jump it and we were clear. I was already celebrating. Boing! Down went the pole, down went my hopes and up soared my self-disgust. It's a classic: lose concentration and forget to jump the last. I was disgusted because such a mistake is immature, callow and indicative of a half-baked competitive personality. Bah!

Manuel Pellegrini had hoped to see "a more mature Manchester City" in the Champions League this season. And they played with great maturity against Bayern...

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Man Utd fan gets tattoo of Sir Alex with small but crucial spelling error

Feeling the need to pay tribute to Sir Alex Ferguson's remarkable, nay peerless reign at his beloved club, this Manchester United fan went all out and got a tattoo to commemorate the Scottish overlord's trophy-laden 27-year tenure at Old Trafford.

Sadly, before taking the plunge and committing to his indelible Fergie tribute, the fan in question obviously forgot to run the spelling by anybody first. Oops.

 Posted by Scott Patterson
1 day ago

Not the usual Carrington graduate, Blackett relies on tenacity for his place

ESPN FC's Ian Darke thinks Manchester United have the attacking options to finish in the top four despite questions that remain in defence.

A week after a heated game at Anfield between Manchester United and Liverpool in the league in 2011, in which a foul from Jamie Carragher on Nani left the winger's bone exposed, the two clubs' youngsters met in the Youth Cup.

Four players were sent off in United's victory, including a 16-year-old Tyler Blackett, who left the opposition's captain, Conor Coady, with a bloody nose.

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Mark Payne Manchester Utd Posted by Mark Payne
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No excuses left for Man United as pain of Euro exile hits

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley questions Brendan Rodgers' strategy at Anfield, Man United's jubilation at beating QPR and Real Madrid's formation.

"It's a good lesson for the big clubs," said Pep Guardiola. "They think 'We are unbeatable and strong,' and they are not here."

Bayern Munich's manager was reflecting on the opponents he faced in last year's quarterfinal: Manchester United. As the Bavarian giants limber up for their match with cross-town rivals Manchester City, United's star-studded squad sits at home. It is not ideal.

Wayne Rooney watches television. He would happily identify it as one of his main hobbies outside of football,...

 Posted by Musa Okwonga
2 days ago

Top four is a realistic target for Manchester United

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Ian Darke agree that it is still too soon to get excited about Manchester United despite their thrashing of QPR.

Optimism currently reigns among Manchester United supporters; yet, beneath that briefly uncommon feeling, there is for some a current of self-doubt.

The resounding victory over Queens Park Rangers was both welcome and cathartic. However, there is a sense that -- rather like LA Galaxy in the preseason -- they were so poor that it was difficult to tell just how good Manchester United were, or indeed are.

Of course, there are so many positives from the 4-0 victory at Old Trafford, most notably the ease...

 Posted by Rory Smith
2 days ago

Euro 'Superpower' dominance means Real Madrid's retention dream lives

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo believes his side can be the first to retain the UEFA Champions League.

Cristiano Ronaldo has no more worlds to conquer. He has lifted the Premier League, La Liga and countless cups and trinkets. Twice he has been anointed the best player in the world. His international career has brought less happiness but at club level he has won so many trophies and so many accolades -- and, a cynic might add, possesses so little self-awareness -- that he has his own museum in his home town of Funchal, Portugal.

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