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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Arsenal 3 0 2 9
8 Man Utd 3 0 2 9
9 Wolves 2 2 1 8
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Memphis Depay: 'I became a much better player' after Man United exit

Gab Marcotti sat down with Rio Ferdinand to discuss Paul Pogba's recent form at the World Cup and at Manchester United and how he wants to be the best.

MANCHESTER, England -- Memphis Depay declared Manchester "is still red" as he returned for the first time since leaving United 20 months ago, but has vowed to keep the reason for his departure secret until he writes a book.

The Lyon winger will face Premier League champions Manchester City in the Champions League opener after failing to make an impact in a brief spell at Old Trafford.

Depay, 24, says he has matured since leaving United and would not rule out a return in the future with United maintaining...

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea 'happy' amid contract extension talks

Manchester United ended up with ten men but still managed to pick up their second consecutive away victory in the Premier League.
Shaka Hislop saw a complete performance from Manchester United in their win over Watford, but still sees room for improvement.

BERN, Switzerland -- David De Gea says he is "really happy" at Manchester United amid speculation he could sign a new contract to extend his stay at Old Trafford, while hitting back at "stupid" critics who blasted his World Cup performances.

Spain's No.1 has a year left on his contract with the club also holding an option to extend it by another 12 months until 2020.

United would like De Gea to sign a new five-year deal. Speaking ahead of the Champions League opener against Young Boys in Switzerland...

Manchester United opponents Young Boys a side reborn after years of failure

Gab Marcotti sat down with Rio Ferdinand to discuss Paul Pogba's recent form at the World Cup and at Manchester United and how he wants to be the best.

Veteran Manchester United fans will remember the feeling of winning a title after a long drought. When Sir Alex Ferguson's men secured the Premier League trophy in 1993, it had been 26 years since the club's previous success in 1967.

But United's opponents in the Champions League on Wednesday, Swiss side Young Boys, can top that. Their fans waited 32 years before claiming their first title since 1986 (when Fergie was still in charge at Aberdeen) last season.

A club with a storied past -- winning...

Lyon's Memphis Depay a new man ahead of Manchester return

The Exploding Heads review the weekend that was in the Premier League in a convenient 90-second (plus stoppages) package.

There was always the sense that Memphis Depay and Manchester United allowed themselves to get a bit carried away by the winger's potential to become the next big thing at Old Trafford before he had even kicked a ball for the club.

In the summer of 2015, the Dutchman rejected the advances of Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers and a big-money offer from Paris Saint-Germain to complete a £25m move from PSV Eindhoven to United. The 21-year-old already seemed a prized catch by the time he confidently...

Manchester United's Diogo Dalot in line for debut vs. Young Boys

Gab Marcotti sat down with Rio Ferdinand to discuss Paul Pogba's recent form at the World Cup and at Manchester United and how he wants to be the best.
Shaka Hislop saw a complete performance from Manchester United in their win over Watford, but still sees room for improvement.
The FC guys give their take on whether Marcus Rashford should stay or leave Manchester United.

Diogo Dalot is set to make his Manchester United debut after travelling with the squad ahead of their Champions League opener against Young Boys.

The 19-year-old summer signing from Porto was on the flight to Switzerland on Tuesday morning and could be included in Jose Mourinho's team at the Stade de Suisse on Wednesday night.

Dalot has played twice for the under-23s since recovering from knee surgery and completed 90 minutes for Ricky Sbragia's side in the 1-1 draw with Reading at Old Trafford on...