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Man Utd field second-youngest side in Europe

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Fergie defends choice of Moyes

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By ESPN Staff
about an hour ago

Van Gaal: Premier League title still possible

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal still thinks his team can win the Premier League despite being ten points behind Premier League leaders, Chelsea.

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By ESPN Staff
3 hours ago

Sir Alex absolves himself of Moyes

ESPN FC's Craig Burley does not believe Alex Ferguson when he says David Moyes' failures were not his fault.

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9 hours ago

Who deserves the blame for Manchester United's struggles?

ESPN FC's Craig Burley does not believe Alex Ferguson when he says David Moyes' failures were not his fault.

Manchester United are in decline, and Sir Alex Ferguson has used the publication of his new, updated autobiography to deny that he is to blame. David Moyes told the BBC last week that he thought the club were at fault because they failed to support him last season. You sense that Louis van Gaal couldn't care less who's to blame or what you think, but he definitely won't be accepting responsibility anytime soon either.

Never has it been more true that success has many fathers and failure is an orphan.

But...

11 hours ago

Man Utd field week's second-youngest side in Europe vs. West Brom

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says its important for young players to get first team minutes.

Manchester United named the second-youngest team across Europe's top five leagues this weekend on Monday night to back up manager Louis van Gaal's claims that he gives young players a chance.

The former Premier League champions picked a starting XI for the 2-2 draw at West Bromwich Albion with an average age of 24.6 years, putting them older only than Valencia's lineup (24.4), according to research by the CIES Football Observatory.

Van Gaal's starting XI included teenagers Luke Shaw and Adnan...

Mark Payne Manchester Utd  By Mark Payne
12 hours ago

Manchester United's stalling engine room continues to hold them back

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden says he believes Manchester United will finish in the top four of the Premier League, much to the dismay of former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol.

Roy Keane is busy hawking his new book, and as part of another round of promotions, the former Manchester United captain recalled an old team talk from Sir Alex Ferguson lasting just three words.

"Lads, it's Tottenham," said Fergie, before walking out -- the implication being that Spurs would be no match for United's supreme authority.

But after Monday's limp 2-2 draw against West Brom and indeed the matches against Leicester, Burnley and Sunderland, one can imagine other Premier League managers...