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Mark Payne Manchester Utd Posted by Mark Payne
15 hours ago

Ander Herrera injury highlights Man Utd's midfield void still needs filling

ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes Louis van Gaal should worry about his tactics rather than thinking about who will be replacing him.

It's the problem that just won't go away: the void in the middle of Manchester United's midfield. It makes the Watford Gap look insignificant, the craters on the moon appear inconsequential and the recent photos of a black hole in space seem lacking in magnificence. Ander Herrera had started to fill it, but now he has fractured a rib. What now for Louis van Gaal?

Eleven is a number familiar to those connected with football. This month, it is the number of squad players unavailable to United manager...

 Posted by Musa Okwonga
1 day ago

Reflecting on David De Gea's impact as he nears his 100th game at Man United

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop discusses where he thinks David De Gea belongs in Manchester United's history.

This weekend, David De Gea will play his 100th game for Manchester United and, given that he was at one point the target of unrelenting media criticism, he may want to reflect on how far he has come. If he does so, there is much to enjoy in reminiscing.

Of course, there are the obvious highlights, such as the 1-1 draw away to Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League in the 2012-13 season, when De Gea displayed the type of reflexes of a man who could catch a flea with chopsticks. The save he made...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
2 days ago

Rooney red is more pain for Van Gaal; Hummels needs help; brilliant Bielsa

The ESPN FC crew question Wayne Rooney's captaincy following his rash tackle and subsequent red card against West Ham on Saturday.

All right, so last week I wrote about how dropping Wayne Rooney was neither desirable nor viable. And then he goes out and gets himself sent off at home with a needless whack on West Ham's Stewart Downing, leaving his side with 10 men for the final 31 minutes.

Man United won, 2-1 -- though there was a late scare with Kevin Nolan's disallowed goal -- and Rooney will now miss the away trip to face West Brom, as well as home ties against Everton and Chelsea. Still, I feel like there is more than...

 Posted by Andy Mitten
2 days ago

Can Rafael fit into Louis van Gaal's Manchester United regime?

The ESPN FC crew question Wayne Rooney's captaincy following his rash tackle and subsequent red card against West Ham on Saturday.

The Premier League season was a week away when Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal sent a message out that he wanted to see several players face-to-face in his office. The players knew what it was about: their future at the club.

Some expected it; they knew they didn't have a future. Others didn't, while different individuals went to the coach they knew best, Ryan Giggs, and asked whether the gaffer wanted to see them. Giggs laughed at one and said: "Why would he want to see you?" But moods...

 Posted by Nick Miller
4 days ago

Top Tenner: Wayne Rooney's most memorable moments

Relive 18-year old Wayne Rooney's hat trick in his Manchester United and Champions League debut back in 2004 against Fenerbahce.

As Wayne Rooney celebrates the 10th anniversary of signing for Manchester United, we look at his 10 most significant moments for the club...

10. The winner against Aston Villa in the 2010 League Cup final

Wayne Rooney has played in three Champions League finals, two FA Cup finals and three League Cup finals. He has scored in three of those games, but in only one has he provided the telling contribution.

That was the 2010 League Cup final, in which Manchester United went a goal down in the...

 Posted by Andy Mitten
4 days ago

Wayne Rooney's Manchester United debut against Fenerbahce, 2004

Relive 18-year old Wayne Rooney's hat trick in his Manchester United and Champions League debut back in 2004 against Fenerbahce.

Manchester United needed a lift after 2004-05 began with defeats to Arsenal and champions Chelsea. Weeks earlier, I'd sat with Roy Keane in Philadelphia for a 90-minute interview/argument. United's captain warned: "We want our championship back, because if things don't go well this year, we could be like Liverpool -- 14 or 15 years without winning the championship."

Four consecutive draws saw grumbles grow, with eight goals in the seven opening-league games hardly lifting the mood.

United...