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Manchester United

Neville slams 'toothless' United

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 By Andy Mitten

Man United's defeat at Everton
a reminder of the work to be done

The ESPN FC crew review Everton's comfortable 3-0 win over Manchester United, as Paul Mariner explains Manchester United's leaders did not perform to the best of their abilities.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno delves deeper into Radamel Falcao's impact, or lack thereof, since joining Manchester United.

We're into the final month of the season, at the end of which Manchester United fans will be able to give a proper assessment of their team.

Once the four remaining games are done, there will be no FA Cup final to look forward to and no European final either -- the days of three Champions League finals in four years from 2008 to '11 are long gone.

This season was all about a new manager and his players getting United back on track with a top-four finish, with the intention that the team would then...

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

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal laments his side's inability to win the key duels and attributes that to their 3-0 defeat by Everton.

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

The ESPN FC crew review Everton's comfortable 3-0 win over Manchester United, as Paul Mariner explains Manchester United's leaders did not perform to the best of their abilities.
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...

Former Man Utd star Mark Bosnich pleads guilty to reckless driving charge

Mark Bosnich played for clubs including Manchester United, Aston Villa and Chelsea.

Former Australia international and Manchester United goalkeeper Mark Bosnich has pleaded guilty in a Sydney court to a charge of reckless driving relating to an incident last year in which a cyclist was injured.

Bosnich faced charges in the Downing Centre Local Court on Tuesday that the vehicle he was driving struck the cyclist in downtown Sydney on May 21. The cyclist was treated in a hospital for minor rib and arm injuries.

The 43-year-old will be sentenced on June 9.

The court heard Bosnich...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ronaldo could score hat trick playing for Doncaster, unlike Messi - Fergie

The age old debate continues as the ESPN FC crew discuss who is more important to their side in the Champions League, Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo.
Sir Alex Ferguson and Cristiano Ronaldo worked together at Manchester United.

Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson believes Cristiano Ronaldo is a better all-round player than Lionel Messi as he could still perform at the highest level while at a smaller club.

Ronaldo and Messi have long been accepted as the world's two best players, having shared between them the Ballon d'Or and its predecessor, the FIFA World Player of the Year, for the past seven years.

Ferguson managed Ronaldo during their time together at United and the 73-year-old explained while on BBC...