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RVP and Januzaj deserve time

Manchester United 46 minutes ago
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Remy fitness hope

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Ospina out for three months

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Fernandes demands end to row

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Man Utd fans wrong to write off Van Persie and Januzaj despite concerns

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

When Manchester United were first linked with signing Robin van Persie from Arsenal in the summer of 2012, the fans were fairly dismissive.

United very rarely signed players who were already at their peak, so Van Persie -- having won the Golden Boot in the previous season as well as being named the PFA and FWA Player of the Year -- certainly wasn't their usual type.

Having just lost the title on goal difference to Manchester City, United were in need of something special, though, and the supporters...

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Loic Remy fitness hope ahead of Manchester United-Chelsea clash

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho said his team are playing with loads of confidence after their 6-0 thrashing of Maribor.

Loic Remy hopes he will recover from injury in time for Chelsea's "huge" Premier League clash at Manchester United on Sunday.

Remy, 27, started in Tuesday's 6-0 Champions League victory over Maribor, but appeared to injure his groin while scoring the first goal 13 minutes in and was withdrawn soon after.

The France international was starting due to Diego Costa missing out with a hamstring injury, and Remy is desperate to prove his fitness to Jose Mourinho with Didier Drogba currently the only...

2 hours ago

Manchester United yet to get balance right - Marouane Fellaini

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

Marouane Fellaini has admitted Manchester United have struggled to find the balance between defence and attack this season.

United conceded two goals to West Bromwich Albion on Monday, when midfielder Fellaini belatedly opened his account for the club, and had let in four against Milton Keynes Dons and five when they visited Leicester City.

Manager Louis van Gaal has often discussed their difficulties getting the right balance and Belgium international Fellaini agreed.

"We know we have a problem...

2 hours ago

Sir Alex Ferguson: 'Formidable' Van Gaal right for Manchester United

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

Sir Alex Ferguson says Louis van Gaal is a "formidable" manager who can forge a strong partnership with Ryan Giggs at Manchester United.

Ferguson retired in 2013 after 26 years as Old Trafford boss in which he became United's most decorated manager as he won 13 league titles and two Champions Leagues.

After his successor David Moyes was sacked in April, former Ajax, Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach Van Gaal was brought in as his replacement.

Ferguson -- now a United director -- wrote in an updated...

4 hours ago

QPR fans watch pathetic soap opera unfold through their fingers

The ESPN FC crew react to Harry Redknapp's comments concerning Adel Taarabt's weight issues, and believe this may be the last straw with the already out of favour QPR midfielder.

Anyone interested in Queens Park Rangers, football or the mockumentary style of television and film perfected by Spinal Tap and The Office, should watch The Four Year Plan.

The film, released in 2012, documented a truly shambolic spell at Loftus Road where co-owner Flavio Briatore ran the club with complete abandon, hiring and firing managers on whims. Sadly it was not a comedic piece of cinema; it was a genuine documentary -- an accurate portrayal that accidentally dipped into moments of farce.

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