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Manchester United

Rooney doubles inspires Manchester United to victory over Sunderland

Wayne Rooney's brace saved Manchester United from what could have been a defeat against 10-man Sunderland.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno recaps Manchester United's sloppy victory against Sunderland highlighted by Wayne Rooney's brace.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal was pleased with his team's performance in the second half.

MANCHESTER, England -- Three thoughts on Manchester United's 2-0 win vs. Sunderland in the Premier League.

1. United labour to another win

It was yet another day when all would seem perfect at Manchester United if you looked just at the result and avoided the actual performance. There remains this deep disconnect between the two, as well as the feeling that it has to snap at some point.

At the same time, it is to their huge credit that they keep persevering, keep going and keep staying in those Champions...

Mark Payne Manchester Utd  By Mark Payne

Young and Rooney star while Di Maria struggles for Manchester United

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno recaps Manchester United's sloppy victory against Sunderland highlighted by Wayne Rooney's brace.

Manchester United were sloppy, disjointed, sterile and dull but still managed to squeeze a victory out of an accommodating Sunderland side.

The decisive moment of the match came when Old Trafford old boys John O'Shea and Wes Brown combined to give United a penalty, after which the latter was sent off when the former should have been.

Prior to that second-half breakthrough and despite having James Wilson and Juan Mata on the bench, Louis van Gaal was, ludicrously, set to turn to Marouane Fellaini...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liverpool after Asier Illarramendi, Dortmund to swoop for Paulo Dybala?

Illarramendi is likely to start versus Celta and then days later versus Ludogorets. After that it's anyone's guess when he'll be named in Ancelotti's starting XI again.
Asier Illarramendi has been short on opportunities this season in Real Madrid's crowded midfield.

All the latest and greatest rumours and tidbits on the transfer moves teams around the world will be making this summer.

Illarramendi to step into Gerrard's shoes?

Even when you're at Real Madrid, it can be tough being a bit-part player, just ask Jese.

Another young Blancos player struggling for game time is Asier Illarramendi, and the Mirror reports that Liverpool have asked Real to keep them informed should the 24-year-old become available this summer.

With Steven Gerrard leaving for...

Van Persie injury paves the way for Wilson's moment

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes Robin van Persie's injury will finally bring consistency to Louis van Gaal's strike partnership.

Robin van Persie was in a special position in the summer of 2012. He knew he was leaving Arsenal, having not won any silverware since his substitute appearance in the FA Cup final in 2005, and he had a choice to make. He was either going to sign for the current champions, Manchester City, or for their rivals across town, Manchester United. Either way, he knew that his goals were more than likely going to mean whichever side he joined was going to win the league that season.

Van Persie opted for...

 By Chris Wright

David Beckham: Sir Alex Ferguson made me shave my hair off

David Beckham shaved head 2000
David Beckham sported a variety of hairstyles during his career.

You don't have to be a professional psychotherapist to know that David Beckham and Sir Alex Ferguson had something of a complex relationship during their time together at Manchester United.

Beckham was the flashy, fame-chasing yin to Fergie's austere, disapproving yang, and the friction between the pair reached a pitch on more than a few occasions -- the infamous flying football boot incident being just one example.

The pair have since buried the hatchet, but while chin-wagging in an interview set...

 By Simon Kuper

Louis van Gaal still searching for his Manchester United identity

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes Robin van Persie's injury will finally bring consistency to Louis van Gaal's strike partnership.

I first became aware of a chap named Louis van Gaal about 35 years ago. I was growing up in the Netherlands, and he was a minor but intriguing character in Dutch soccer. This gangling flat-faced man was playmaker for a club called Sparta Rotterdam, where he tried to control games from the centre circle, because unfortunately he couldn't run. Van Gaal moved (it was said then) as if he'd swallowed an umbrella. You also saw him sometimes on TV as the opinionated union rep for Dutch soccer players.

The...