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Mark Payne Manchester Utd  By Mark Payne

Louis van Gaal falling below expectations at Manchester United

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal expected a difficult FA Cup tie, and got one against Cambridge United.

"Time waits for no man," according to the famous phrase but, after his Manchester United side clocked up another miserable performance by drawing 0-0 on Friday in the FA Cup with Cambridge United (the lowest-ranked team left in the competition), the question is: How long will United put up with Louis van Gaal?

If we disregard player recruitment for the time being, the job of a modern football manager can be roughly divided into the following categories: handling the media, coaching the players,...

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Manchester United-Cambridge tie incredibly headed for Old Trafford

ESPN FC's Craig Burley contends that this poor display from the Red Devils is a sign that tough times are on the way.

CAMBRIDGE, England -- "If you're going to Old Trafford clap your hands," sang a rowdy group of Cambridge United supporters among the last to spill out of the Abbey Stadium on Friday night. Their voices were swelled by their team's huge achievement.

As the home of Cambridge University, one of British education's highest and most venerable seats of learning, the East Anglian city's usual sports are punting down the River Cam, or cycling, the chosen mode of transport for the 18,000 students who swell...

Louis van Gaal plans transfer swoop for Southampton's Nathaniel Clyne

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth and Alexis Nunes talk Manchester United transfer rumors, namely Southampton's Nathaniel Clyne and whether or not the defender is a realistic target for the Red Devils.
The winter window is now open, and that means the LIVE transfer blog swings back into action. Find out the latest news, gossip and deals here.

TOP STORY: United closing on Clyne but waiting on Laporte?

Having decided one young Southampton full-back isn't quite enough, Louis van Gaal is intent on adding another to his ranks in the shape of Nathaniel Clyne.

Sources told ESPN FC last week that the 23-year-old right-back is a target for Manchester United, and the Daily Star reported an Old Trafford...

 By PA Sport

'Beating Chelsea made our season,' says Bradford co-chairman

Bradford came back from two goals down to win 4-2 to send the Blues out of the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho spoke to the press following his side's stunning loss to Bradford City in the FA Cup, and noted that this defeat was one of the worst he had ever endured as a manager.

Bradford co-chairman Mark Lawn is dreaming of being paired with Manchester United after his Bantams dumped Chelsea out of the FA Cup on a day of shocks on Saturday.

Bradford fought back from 2-0 down at Stamford Bridge to claim the biggest upset of the day, if not the entire tournament -- no mean feat considering Manchester City, Southampton and Tottenham also lost to supposedly inferior opposition on Saturday -- and their 4-2 victory earned the League One side a place in the fifth round.

The Bantams...

 By Andy Mitten

The night Eric Cantona went into the crowd at Selhurst Park

The ESPN FC crew revisit Eric Cantona's kung-fu kick against a Crystal Palace fan from over 20 years ago, where Cantona was suspended nine months from Manchester United.

Twenty years ago, a Premier League game between Crystal Palace and Manchester United was the setting for one of the most infamous incidents in football history. Andy Mitten was present on the night Eric Cantona went into the crowd.

Ask a Manchester United fan to recall his or her most vivid memories of Selhurst Park, and once you've explained they should involve a United game and not Luis Suarez crying, you'll get a few standout moments.

One is David Beckham's goal from the halfway line against Wimbledon...