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Monday 29 May 2023 Dublin: 16°C


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# The hairdryer
"Football... bloody hell" -- Alex Ferguson's greatest quotes
Throughout Europe football reporters breath a sigh of relief.
# Champ20ns
Not 19 forever! How Man United's stars celebrated their title win
Casino at 6am? Sounds just like a Friday night out on Harcourt Street.
# Red DEvils
5 key players in United's title success
They say this isn’t vintage United, but from the shadows have come heroes at Old Trafford this season.
# title hopes
Manchester United edge Sunderland to move 18 points clear
The visitors took the lead in the 27th minute when Robin van Persie’s drilled cross was turned in by Titus Bramble.
# Titus Bramble
VIDEO: Double deflection helps Manchester United into lead over Sunderland
Robin van Persie can’t claim this, can he?
Fergie surprised by United's Premier League lead
‘After last season, what we said was, ‘Let’s make sure we don’t lose on goal difference’, because that’s what happened last year.’
# Reconciliation
Jaap Stam set for United return after making peace with Fergie
But Roy Keane doesn’t seem to be interested in taking part in the Legends game.
# Club v Country
'Pre-planned programme' forces Ferdinand's withdrawal from England squad
Now you see him, now you don’t.
# Premier League
'Angry' Mancini ducks TV after Man City crash at Everton
Seamus Coleman will leave for Dublin later, having put in an eye-catching performance for the Toffees.
# sideshow lou
Man Utd v Chelsea: David Luiz wants Blues to add to United pain
The Premier League rivals clash at Old Trafford this afternoon.
Alex Ferguson bans 2 newspapers from press conference, says Wayne Rooney staying with United
“There is no issue between myself and Wayne Rooney. To suggest we don’t talk is nonsense.
# Karma
What goes around: this Emmanuel Eboue tackle enraged Man Utd's players in 2008
Now where have we seen this before?
# Plot thickens
Nani red card referee follows Ronaldo and Real Madrid on Twitter
And the Turkish official is friends with Alfred di Stefano on Facebook. Not really.
# Wayne's World
Wayne Rooney's heading out the door at Old Trafford according to tomorrow's Daily Mirror
So long, Wazza?
# Floodlight robbery
A Manchester United fan called 999 to complain about referee's red card decision last night
The unhappy fan later apologised.
# Treble
'The players sense it could be a big year for them' -- Ferguson warns United squad to stay on their toes
On the brink of history?
Au revoir, Wayne? Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly lining up a move for Rooney
PSG reckon £40m will be enough to bag the England striker.
# El Clasico
Alex Ferguson is in Barcelona tonight to scout Real Madrid
‘The No 7 looks good, Mike.’
# Local Hero
Snapshot: Oldham fan Paul Scholes is at Goodison Park for Latics' cup replay
The Old Trafford favourite is hoping for an upset.
# FA Cup
'Better than treble' United face Reading in FA Cup
Fergie believes the current crop of United players is, overall, superior to the 1999 vintage.
# Conspiracy Theory
6 reasons Roy Keane and Tommy Tiernan are the same person
Have you ever seen them in the same room, The Internet? Well?
# Champions League
Friends reunited: Ferguson, Mourinho renew Champions League rivalry
Manchester united face Real Madrid at the Bernabeu tonight. We’re excited.
# realutd
Ronaldo is a bully who preys on weak defenders, says former team-mate Gary Neville
Rafael, we’re looking at you.
# pope roy
Snapshot: Pope resigns, Roy Keane reckons he could do a job
Well he is infallible, right?
# freaky friday
Alex Ferguson criticises FA for confidentiality breach on Phil Jones' shingles
“Phil Jones should be OK, irrespective of Stuart Pearce declaring he had shingles.”
Manchester United defender Phil Jones sidelined by shingles
Alex Ferguson will have to plan without the defender for a bit.
# zero dark giggsy
Lights out: Manchester United's game with Fulham brought to a halt as Craven Cottage floodlights fail
Someone’s plugged in too much.
Gary Neville denies he was asked to 'nail' David De Gea in TV analysis
Former Sky presenter Richard Keys suggested this morning that Neville was told to go after the United netminder on MNF.
# blue boy
Like father, like son? Brooklyn Beckham on trial at Chelsea
Brooklyn’s dad David was present at Cobham as his son was put through his paces yesterday.
'It's not because he fancies him, Ed' -- Gary Neville on Nemanja Vidic's death stare for David De Gea
The Sky Sports pundit was worth a watch last night.
# tinder box
5 massive controversies that could* erupt from Liverpool's trip to Old Trafford on Sunday
*Probably not, though.
Manchester United v Liverpool: Paul Scholes still gets a kick out of Red rivalry
English football’s old rivals meet at Old Trafford on Sunday.
# Hammer Blow
VIDEO: Van Persie scores wonder goal to rescue United
The Dutchman took down a raking, 60-yard Giggs pass with his left and swung a lusty right boot.
West Ham v Manchester United, FA Cup 3rd round
Alex Ferguson had Robin van Persie on the bench in case the Hammers got up to any funny stuff.
No January signings for Man United - Ferguson
“Don’t hold your breath waiting for Manchester United to jump through the transfer window when it opens next week,” he wrote.
# fergnaldo
Ferguson relishing return of Ronaldo and Real Madrid
“We’re proud of the part we played in his career,” said Fergie.
# Fergie
The secret of my success: 7 management lessons from Alex Ferguson
Harvard Business School have studied the work of the Manchester United manager.
Alex Ferguson flags Vidic return
The Manchester United boss says the Serb could make a first-team return as early as next week..
# Hot stuff
The Christmas gift ideas No 1: The Manchester United onesie
But is a onesie still a onesie if there’s no feet on it? Deep.
# Sidelined
Old Trafford greats gather to honour Alex Ferguson but Roy Keane snubs statue unveiling
The Corkman was the only absent skipper.