St Etienne
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Wayne Rooney not included in Man United squad to face St Etienne

Steve Nicol assesses the strength of Man United's squad depth as the remain competitive on four fronts.
Shaka Hislop assesses Wayne Rooney's future after Paul Scholes stated lack of playing time is 'killing' the United captain.

Wayne Rooney has not been named in Manchester United's squad to face St Etienne in the Europa League on Wednesday despite returning to training with the club on Tuesday, while Luke Shaw also misses out.

Rooney, 31, had appeared to put himself in contention for the round-of-32 second leg after resuming training following a muscle strain.

However, the England captain has not been included in Jose Mourinho's 20-man squad for the clash, which United head into with a 3-0 advantage from the first leg.


 By Andy Mitten

Martial and Rashford exemplify United promise as Mourinho chases cups

Shaka Hislop breaks down Anthony Martial's status in the Manchester United squad and maintains he's a star in the making.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is flying on all cylinders at United, but for just how much longer can he maintain this high level?

Thursday's entertaining 3-0 Europa League victory for Manchester United over St Etienne was another occasion where we saw more evidence of a brighter future for Jose Mourinho's side.

United are still a work in progress and in transition under a new manager. Few will have sympathy for such an expensively assembled bunch, but they're better going toe to toe with St Etienne rather than Paris Saint-Germain at this stage, with more opportunity to impress and improve.

Prematch headlines focused on the...

 By Alex Crook

Saints must ignore Man United and EFL Cup and focus on Prem safety

The reminders are everywhere. From the EFL Cup final scarves and banners for sale in the club shop, to Southampton fans frantically trying to get their hands on precious tickets for the big day.

Even the training ground was swamped by PR spin doctors and film crews this week in preparations for Southampton's first major final in 14 years.

But the message from Claude Puel to his players ahead of this weekend's crucial Premier League trip to Sunderland could not have been clearer: Forget Wembley. While...