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# United

Last month
May 2023
# Man United
Returning Garnacho seals the deal as Wolves win gets Man United back on track
Back-to-back defeats at Brighton and West Ham had allowed rivals Liverpool to move within a point of the Red Devils in fourth.
# Euro Vision
Returning Garnacho seals the deal as Wolves win gets Man United back on track
Back-to-back defeats at Brighton and West Ham had allowed rivals Liverpool to move within a point of the Red Devils in fourth.
This year
# scathing
Keane: Manchester United players will be 'ashamed' after Anfield humiliation
Roy Keane was blunt in his assessment of Manchester United after they conceded six second-half goals against Liverpool.
# Premier League
Rashford strikes again as Manchester United's late show sinks Leeds
Alejandro Garnacho was also on target at Elland Road.
# Calls for reform
Qatari Manchester United bid would be ‘another wake-up call’ to Premier League – Amnesty
The club’s current owners are looking at the possibility of a sale.
# Reaction
Manchester City fume as United come from behind to take derby spoils
City felt United’s equaliser should not have been allowed to stand.
# between the posts
Erik ten Hag stresses need for three senior 'keepers as United close on Jack Butland
Martin Dubravka’s season-long loan at Old Trafford abruptly ended after he was recalled by Newcastle.
# option
Man United boss Erik ten Hag confident in Luke Shaw as a centre-back
Shaw has filled in at centre-back for United since the restart.
Last year
# all go
Man United survive Villa scare and reach Carabao Cup last 16 after six-goal second half
United twice trailed before running out 4-2 winners at Old Trafford.
# Sanction
Manchester United fined for failure to control players in two matches
The club have been sanctioned for incidents in the draws against Newcastle and Chelsea.
# Ins and outs
Ronaldo will return to Man United squad, Varane ruled out until World Cup
Erik ten Hag’s side face Sheriff in the Europa League tomorrow.
# United
Marcus Rashford reaping rewards of positive outlook, says Erik ten Hag
The striker is enjoying an improved run of form.
# United
Ukraine athlete withdraws from Winter Paralympics event after father taken prisoner by Russian troops
It was a bittersweet day for the country’s team in Beijing.
# Worry
Luke Shaw concerned Manchester United will miss out on top-four finish
United blew a lead to draw 1-1 for the third time in nine days on Saturday as they were held by Southampton.
# United
'We didn’t think we’d be still going over Christmas' - Player driven Naas vying for Leinster glory
Eamonn Callaghan is the captain of the Kildare hoping to defeat Kilmacud Crokes on Saturday.
All time
# ralf's reds
Greenwood provides moment of magic as Man United draw with Young Boys
United’s youngsters were held to a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford in the Champions League dead rubber.
# United
Jadon Sancho can build on ‘spark’ shown against Villarreal, says Carrick
The England star scored his first Manchester United goal in the Champions League tie.
# United
Solskjaer pleased to end ‘difficult week’ on high with convincing win
The Manchester United manager had found himself under the spotlight following last weekend’s 5-0 home loss to Liverpool.
# United
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer yet to make decision over Marcus Rashford shoulder surgery
The England forward was hampered by the longstanding problem throughout last season.
# global web outage
Major banks, airlines hit in new global online outage
The outage was confined to systems using the Akamai content delivery system.
Chelsea beat United to go top on another busy weekend for Irish in English top-flight
Six Irish internationals featured, with Ruesha Littlejohn making her Birmingham City debut after signing for the club yesterday.
# In hot water
Man United's Cavani could face disciplinary charge for using racial term on Instagram
The Uruguayan striker replied to a message of congratulations following his two goals against Southampton.
# Gunned Down
Aubameyang penalty steers Arsenal past United and to first league win at Old Trafford since '06
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side fell to a disappointing 1-0 defeat.
# long season
Southgate defends decision to pick Manchester players in England squad
United and City both had prolonged campaigns due to their European involvements.
# masonry work
'One of the best, if not the best finisher I have seen' - Solskjaer on teen sensation after United run riot
18-year-old Mason Greenwood led the way as Manchester United put five past Bournemouth this afternoon.
# Red DEvils
United star Bruno Fernandes: 'It’s not fair on the other guys if we talk just about me and Paul'
The midfielder has scored five goals and registered three assists in eight Premier League appearances since joining from Sporting Lisbon.
# not just a blip
'He's not the same, he's making lots of mistakes' - United keeper de Gea must go back to basics, says Neville
‘Mistakes like that can happen on the first game back but it’s happening far too much over the past couple of years.’
# strike force
Man United hopeful they can keep hold of Odion Ighalo despite nearing loan expiration date
‘It’s been a dream for him and hopefully he can finish off what he started, maybe with a trophy or two,’ says Solskjaer.
# franco-german push
Merkel and Macron agree €500 billion virus recovery plan for Europe
French President Emmanuel Macron said today that Europe’s action at the start of the crisis wasn’t sufficient.
# Incoming
Manchester United agree deal to sign Bruno Fernandes from Sporting Lisbon
The club have released a statement on the Portuguese midfielder.
Solskjaer not looking for 'short-term fix' in transfer window after 'open discussions' with Woodward
‘We need players who will stay here for a long time,’ the United boss remarked.
# Young blood
‘He is a player I like' - Solskjaer confirms Man United's interest in teenage star Haaland
The boss has expressed his admiration towards a fellow Norwegian who has been heavily linked with a January move to Old Trafford.
# Tough Times
Transfer business won't be easy for United 'in the pit with the rest of the sharks,' warns Neville
The former Red Devils defender believes fierce competition and inflated asking prices will make life difficult.
# Work to do
Man United won't be title challengers until at least 2021, says Neville as he calls for change
The former Red Devils defender believes they’re another couple of years away from being Premier League title contenders.
# New Season
Liverpool begin under Friday Night Lights, United face Chelsea in opener as Premier League fixtures announced
City open their defence at West Ham, with the full 2019/20 schedule confirmed this morning.
Solskjaer keen to keep Phelan and Carrick in staff as 'life goes on' for former side Molde
The Norwegian club congratulated their ex-boss after receiving a reported £7m windfall.
# United
'Broken hearted but not broken': New Zealanders unite in two-minute silence for mosque victims
A mass funeral was held for 26 of the victims of last week’s attack, including the youngest victim – three-year-old Mucaad Ibrahim.
# Tied down
'Constantly improving' McTominay signs new long-term deal at Manchester United
‘I can’t wait to continue my progress at this great club,’ the 22-year-old Scotland international said.
# Successor
Solskjaer backs 'fantastic' Mourinho to return to management
‘I don’t think he’ll be struggling to find work,’ the new United boss said.
# All in
John O'Shea backs former team-mate Solskjaer to take permanent United job
He’s making ‘a hell of an impression to get the job,’ the Reading defender said ahead of their FA Cup clash.