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Arsenal vs. Utd: Mutual hatred

50-50 Challenge 18 hours ago
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 By Andy Mitten
8 hours ago

Recalling Lee Sharpe's heroics as Man United thumped Arsenal 24 years ago

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson breaks down how Manchester United will line up given their recent run of injuries.

Manchester United's game at Arsenal on Saturday is the latest chapter in one of English football's greatest rivalries and, for the visiting fans, will conjure memories of a famous night almost 24 years ago to the day.

On Nov. 28, 1990, Alex Ferguson's United side visited Arsenal's old Highbury ground for a League Cup fourth-round tie ... and won 6-2.

Lee Sharpe, then a 20-year-old winger, was the Highbury hero, scoring a hat trick that put him on the fast track to stardom and celebrity as a "pop...

8 hours ago

Man United's injury crisis, confusion continues to hurt Louis van Gaal

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Alexis Nunes give us the latest on Angel Di Maria's ankle injury and what it means for Manchester United's clash with Arsenal.

Louis van Gaal was unable to provide an answer, although not by intention. On Thursday, after a week of worry about how long Daley Blind would be out for following his medial ligament injury with the Netherlands, the Manchester United manager prolonged that wait. He said they still wouldn't know until after another scan in 10 days' time. "It shall be a long story -- but not six months or something."

At the same time, the club's official Twitter account reported it could be close to six months....

 By Michael Cox
11 hours ago

Danny Welbeck exemplifies Manchester United's loss of character

England manager Roy Hodgson had nothing but praise for Danny Welbeck, who notched two goals for England in their 3-1 win over Slovenia.

Danny Welbeck's transfer from Manchester United to Arsenal this summer proved to be a controversial topic at Old Trafford. On the pitch, Welbeck is an unusual player who divides opinion, but his departure seemed more significant in a symbolic sense.

Gary Neville, for example, admitted he was "struggling to understand the logic behind the deal in two or three ways," but many United supporters countered that Welbeck was merely a fourth-choice striker. Behind double Golden Boot-winner Robin van Persie,...

18 hours ago

50-50 Challenge: Arsenal vs. Manchester United -- a rivalry renewed

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson breaks down how Manchester United will line up given their recent run of injuries.

Arsenal vs. Manchester United defined the Premier League in the mid-to-late '90s as the rivals battled for the title and had their fair share of run-ins with each other. It was a time of Patrick Vieira vs. Roy Keane, Arsene Wenger vs. Sir Alex Ferguson and, of course, Pizzagate.

Perhaps the matches have lost intensity in recent years as first Arsenal fell away from the title picture before United suffered their own slump. Still, it's always a headline-grabbing match, and Andrew Mangan (Arsenal)...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
22 hours ago

Petr Cech rumoured to Arsenal, Man United still targeting Mats Hummels

Many question the wisdom of Jose Mourinho and Chelsea allowing Petr Cech to jump ship to rival Arsenal.

The latest transfer news, gossip and rumours from around the globe is all here in the latest installment of Transfer Talk...

Insert Cech pun here...

No more wordplay with Petr Cech's name, just some new down-and-dirty gossip on the former Chelsea No. 1 from The Daily Star. It seems Arsenal have held talks with Chelsea already and are closing on a deal to bring the 32-year-old to the Emirates for 7 million pounds in January.

The return of Thibaut Courtois to Stamford Bridge this season...

 By Musa Okwonga
1 day ago

As Manchester United injuries mount, Wayne Rooney thrives

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson breaks down how Manchester United will line up given their recent run of injuries.

Napoleon once said that, when it came to selecting his generals, he would rather they were lucky than they were good.

On that logic, it's unlikely that he would have promoted Louis van Gaal very much within his army, since some of the injuries sustained by the Dutchman's Manchester United squad look like terrible misfortune.

The most recent of these saw Angel Di Maria cut down while playing for Argentina vs. Portugal due to a tackle from, of all people, Nani. The club's record signing is not certain...