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Robin van Persie not playing is helping Manchester United

The ESPN FC crew break down the tactical change for Juan Mata in Manchester United's formation against Liverpool.

Having essentially won the Premier League title for Manchester United in his first season, before becoming largely anonymous in his second, there were huge hopes for Robin van Persie ahead of the 2014-15 season.

Van Persie had just enjoyed a decent World Cup as captain for Louis van Gaal's Netherlands squad. He scored one of the best goals of the year against Spain, shortlisted for the Puskas Award, and his country ended the tournament on a high, beating the host nation, Brazil, in the third-place...

Gareth Bale could make Man United title challengers, says Scholes

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on Gareth Bale's future, the decline of English players and Chelsea's Premier League lead.
The FC team discuss whether Gareth Bale should stick it out at Real Madrid or head back to the Premier League.
ESPN FC's Spain correspondent Sid Lowe lays out the reasons why Gareth Bale has been made a target for criticism among Madrid supporters this season.

Paul Scholes believes Gareth Bale would be a "perfect" signing for Manchester United and would propel them into the status of title contenders.

Scholes, who won 11 Premier League titles and two European Cups as a United player, thinks Bale could have the same impact as Eric Cantona or Wayne Rooney.

Bale is enduring a difficult time at Real Madrid and had his car attacked after Sunday's Clasico defeat to Barcelona. Scholes feels the Wales international would get the unstinting support of the United...

Manchester United's Wayne Rooney: No repeat of boxing goal celebration

The ESPN FC panel debate whether or not Manchester United should keep Marouane Fellaini next season, provided that they finish in the Premier League top four.
Wayne Rooney celebrated his goal against Tottenham with knockout-type celebration.

Manchester United and England captain Wayne Rooney has abandoned his boxing goal celebration after his five-year-old son copied it at school.

Rooney had been caught on camera, in a video published by The Sun newspaper, being knocked to the ground by former teammate Phil Bardsley as they jokingly sparred in his kitchen at his Cheshire home.

And the striker mocked the incident when he scored United's third goal against Tottenham, punching the air before tumbling backwards to the ground as...

 By Kevin Palmer

Wayne Rooney says returning to striker role has helped his recent form

The ESPN FC crew debate whether or not Harry Kane should start up front for England against Lithuania.

Wayne Rooney says his switch to a central striking role in the Manchester United side has been crucial to an upsurge in performances and results for Louis van Gaal's side.

Rooney spent long periods of this season performing in a midfield role that he insisted he was happy to play, but the United skipper has always favoured a central scoring position and he has enjoyed resuming that role in the last month.

The England skipper has scored five times in his last seven United appearances and he appears...