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Manchester United

Man United suffer second straight setback as Everton cruise to 3-0 win

ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down Everton's convincing 3-0 win at home against Manchester United.

LIVERPOOL, England -- Goals from James McCarthy, John Stones and Kevin Mirallas lifted Everton to a comfortable 3-0 home win over Manchester United. Here are three quick points from Sunday's clash at Goodison Park.

1. Van Gaal suffers heaviest league defeat

No one was dressed as the grim reaper, ready to stalk Louis van Gaal on Sunday, but just like David Moyes 12 months ago, a Manchester United manager suffered defeat at Goodison Park. This one was not as humiliating; there will be no transatlantic...

Mark Payne Manchester Utd  By Mark Payne

Manchester United lack incisiveness against lively Everton

ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down Everton's convincing 3-0 win at home against Manchester United.

There is no use beating Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City if you let Everton walk all over you. Manchester United were outthought and outfought by a well-drilled Everton team who seemed ready for everything their opponents had up their sleeve. The visitors lacked incision up front and a response to the home side's lively, fast-breaking football in Sunday's 3-0 loss.

The memorable quote from Arsene Wenger on Barcelona's style of play was "sterile possession." The same could accurately describe...

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Man United's confidence once again takes a battering at Goodison Park

ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down Everton's convincing 3-0 win at home against Manchester United.

Goodison Park has become a nest of savage reality checks for Manchester United. A year ago, a 2-0 defeat hastened the exit of David Moyes. This time, in gleefully winning 3-0, Everton staged an exposure of problems that Moyes' replacement and more than £150 million have not yet managed to solve.

A failure to reach the Champions League is not yet a likely outcome, but by the time United play West Brom next Saturday tea-time, Liverpool, who play Hull and QPR in the interim, could be just a single...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League's best court Gareth Bale, more on Memphis Depay's future

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti delves deeper into reported Manchester United targets Memphis Depay and Ilkay Gundogan.

The rumours are gaining steam and, in many instances, credibility. It's the sweet spot for Transfer Talk, where anything is possible as the summer window nears.

Bale, Reus and Hummels in the balance?

Louis van Gaal's noncommittal response to questions regarding Memphis Depay could, of course, be because he has his eyes on a bigger prize: Gareth Bale. United, Manchester City and Chelsea are all lining up £75 million bids for the Real Madrid star, according to the Mail. The paper reports...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liverpool hold secret Memphis Depay talks, Spurs chase Andriy Yarmolenko

Memphis Depay is in-form and in-demand. Will he end up at Anfield?

The rumours are gaining steam and, in many instances, credibility. It's the sweet spot for Transfer Talk, where anything is possible as the summer window nears.

Liverpool go walking with Memphis

Fresh off winning the Eredivisie at a canter with red-hot PSV Eindhoven, it's safe to say that Memphis Depay is going to have a busy summer wading through the love, affection and contract offers from Europe's biggest clubs. We're not here to say if he's worth it yet or not, but it would appear that...

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David Moyes' dismal run as Man United manager resulted in positive changes

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol questions if Chris Smalling is the long-term answer for Manchester United's back line after the club announced the defender's new contract through 2019.

"Stuck with Moyes, stuck with Moyes, Man United, playing football the negative way," jeered a gleeful Goodison Park crowd on April 20, 2014, as Everton beat Manchester United 2-0. Roberto Martinez, David Moyes' bright, shiny replacement, had engineered his predecessor's downfall in alluring style.

That terrace anthem was erroneous; the following afternoon saw senior United sources suggest that Moyes was soon for the sack, though the deed was not done until the following day.

In the interim, Moyes...