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2015/2016 Season

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Robin van Persie and Memphis Depay row played down by Danny Blind

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says that while at one point it seemed far-fetched to imagine a European Championship without the Netherlands, that possibility is becoming increasingly likely as the qualifying campaign progresses.

Netherlands coach Danny Blind has played down an incident in which forwards Memphis Depay and Robin van Persie rowed in training before the 2-1 win in Kazakhstan on Saturday.

Current Manchester United player Depay and ex-Old Trafford star Van Persie, who now plays for Fenerbahce, argued about "a ball that should have been given over."

But Blind said that was not the reason why Van Persie, 32, had been left out of the starting lineup for the Euro 2016 qualifier.

He told reporters: "We have discussed...

Rio Ferdinand: Failure to get Manchester United captaincy hurt

Sir Alex Ferguson tells ESPN FC it was always going to be difficult to replace a manager at Manchester United after 27-years in charge and that change is only natural when new managers take over.
Alex Ferguson and David Beckham will return to Old Trafford together for the first time in over a decade.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop sits down with Sir Alex Ferguson to discuss Chelsea's poor form this season, where he feels Jose Mourinho will get Chelsea back on track.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop sits down with former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson who admires Jurgen Klopp and says his career speaks for itself.

Rio Ferdinand has told CNBC he was hurt by being overlooked for the Manchester United captaincy and said he felt Sir Alex Ferguson never gave him enough credit.

Ferdinand had been club captain at Leeds United ahead of his big-money move to Old Trafford in 2002, and he was made England skipper under Fabio Capello in 2010.

However, the centre-back was never handed the United captaincy on a permanent basis and he has revealed that he was particularly annoyed that Ferguson gave the captaincy to Gary...

Roy Hodgson: Wayne Rooney set to be fit for Man United trip to Everton

Wayne Rooney's return to the score sheet is a good sign for Manchester United.
Rooney will be ready to face his old club Everton, according to the England manager.

Wayne Rooney is set to be fit for Manchester United's trip to his former club Everton on Saturday, England manager Roy Hodgson has said.

United manager Louis van Gaal is waiting to see whether five players including Rooney, Michael Carrick and Bastian Schweinsteiger, will have recovered from injuries in time to feature at Goodison Park.

Rooney missed England's 2-0 victory over Estonia...

Xavi: Man United, Liverpool would have been my pick of Premier League

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes talks about Xavi's recent comments about his attraction to the Premier League especially Manchester United.

Xavi has revealed that Manchester United and Liverpool are the two Premier League clubs he would have played for if given the chance, though claimed he favours the Old Trafford side.

Xavi, 35, joined Qatari club Al Sadd after making 767 appearances for Barcelona, where he won eight La Liga titles and four Champions Leagues.

But the Spain midfielder said that if he had ever gone to England, the history of United and Liverpool, who have won a combined 38 league titles and eight European Cups, mean...

Anthony Martial believes Man United can win Premier League and UCL

Yohan Cabaye believes the pressure put on France team-mate Anthony Martial following his record-breaking move to Manchester United, but says he's been impressed by the teenager's response.
French head coach Didier Deschamps believes there is more to come from Manchester United and France starlet Anthony Martial.
Emmanuel Petit discusses the comparisons between Anthony Martial and Thierry Henry, but also delves deeper into a regret that he did not play for Manchester United.

Anthony Martial feels Manchester United can do a double by winning both the Premier League and the Champions League this year.

Martial, 19, believes Louis van Gaal's side, who were not in Europe last season, can become the continent's champions as well as reclaiming the English title.

United finished seventh in 2014 and fourth last season and are now third, two points behind leaders Manchester City, while they have lost one and won one of their two Champions League group-stage games this term.