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 By Andy Mitten
3 hours ago

Clayton, Edwards and Man United's historical English Midlands links

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal talks about his first three months in charge and the ESPN FC crew discusses the upcoming game between West Brom and Manchester United.

Manchester United play in West Bromwich on Monday, the town which is part of an area of the English Midlands known as the "Black Country," which produced Duncan Edwards, one of the club's greatest ever players.

Had the game not been on a weekday evening when motorway traffic will be heavy, more United fans would stop off in nearby Dudley, to pay their respects at his statue in the town centre, his grave in the cemetery or the two stained-glass windows commemorating Edwards in St. Francis' Church.

Edwards'...

Mark Payne Manchester Utd  By Mark Payne
2 days ago

Post-break fixture the perfect time to give Januzaj a shot

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says his side are not "in balance" ahead of their Premier League trip to West Bromwich Albion.

When David Moyes gave Adnan Januzaj his debut 12 months ago he was repaid with two goals and one of the brightest starts a United player has had in years. "In all my time he is one of the best young players I have worked with," Moyes said recently. But has Januzaj been marginalised by United's summer spending spree?

In recent weeks, Januzaj has had to content himself with life in the under-21s, for whom he scored a hat trick before the international break, and life on the bench at Old Trafford....

 By Andy Mitten
4 days ago

Footballers never forget their first-team debuts

Relive some of the most memorable moments from Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi's 10-year career at the Camp Nou.

Lionel Messi made his Barcelona debut a decade ago, on Oct. 16, 2004. I remember it well, sitting in the main stand at Barcelona's Olympic Stadium during a derby against Espanyol. Barca's No. 30 replaced Deco for the last eight minutes; Barca won 1-0. He sported a heavy fringe and wore a shirt that looked too big for him as it flapped in the wind of the exposed stadium atop the hill of Montjuic. Messi saw a lot of the ball, but not everyone was happy for him. His teammates in Barca B had hoped that...

4 days ago

Judgment Day: After three months, how has Louis van Gaal fared?

Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson shares his support for new manager Louis van Gaal.

Upon his arrival at Manchester United, Louis van Gaal claimed it would take him three months to embed his new philosophy. Three months to the day later, has Van Gaal fulfilled his promise?

Highs

United fans were probably expecting more highs than they have actually experienced so far this season, following the introduction of Van Gaal, his new style of football and transformed squad.

The performances in the opening games were utterly anticlimactic, which set things up nicely for the emphatic display...

4 days ago

Gary Neville tears apart Ryan Giggs' famous FA Cup goal

Having conquered the world of football punditry largely thanks to facing almost zero resistance from his peers, it would seem that Gary Neville is now making the move into stand-up comedy.

Appearing on screen at the HMV Football Extravaganza evening in London on Tuesday evening, Neville used his giant touchscreen to tear into Ryan Giggs' famous, perhaps career-defining solo goal against Arsenal in the FA Cup in 1999 -- with tongue firmly lodged in cheek, we might add!

We should also point out that...

 By Chris Wright
4 days ago

Seeing double ... TWO Marouane Fellainis turn up to Man Utd

Panic spread among Manchester United fans when photos circulated on social media appearing to show not one but two Marouane Fellainis turning up for training together on Thursday morning.

Agitated at the thought of having two identical blustering Belgians clanging around aimlessly in their midfield, some worried fans looked into the phenomenon and were relieved to find that, rather than Fellaini having a clone, the driver of the car was in fact the United man's younger brother. For reasons not entirely...