An English football club based in Manchester, Manchester United is one of the sports' marquee franchises. Also known as the Red Devils, Manchester United has boasted some of the game's all-time great players including George Best, Denis Law, Jack Rowley, Dennis Viollet, Bobby Charlton, Andrew Cole, Eric Cantona, Roy Keane
and David Beckham
as well as current stars Cristiano Ronaldo
and Wayne Rooney
. Manchester United has won the English league 15 times, first in 1907-08 and most recently in 2002-03.
Manchester United's David Moyes must face down the demonising at Everton
If David Moyes is ever going to display he is suitable to manage United he really ought to be able to withstand the ill feeling that persists after his departure from Goodison Continue reading...Manchester United forward Rooney fit to face old club Everton
Wayne Rooney is fit to start Manchester United's game at Everton on Sunday, manager David Moyes has confirmed.Manchester United keen to conclude deals for trio of stars
Manchester United are keen to quickly conclude deals for William Carvalho and Luke Shaw, with Toni Kroos set to be offered £260,000 a week.Manchester United Vs. Everton: Prediction And Team News As Moyes Returns To Goodison Park
David Moyes has experienced a welcome respite from the intense scrutiny on his abject performance as Manchester United manager in recent weeks. With many expecting Manchester United to be embarrassed against Bayern Munich, they kept their credibility in tact despite emerging with nothing tangible from a 4-2 aggregate defeat. In the Premier League, things have picked up somewhat, too, with ...Manchester United aim to be top by new year, says Rooney
? England striker says defeat of Arsenal is 'massive lift' ? Arsène Wenger says Gunners too nervous in first half Wayne Rooney described Manchester United's 1-0 win over Arsenal as a "massive lift" after the champions cut the deficit on the leaders to five points, with Robin van Persie greeting his winner by celebrating for a first time against his former club. It was a good day for United as ...Phil Neville: Manchester United Have Failed Under David Moyes
Manchester United assistant manger Phil Neville says David Moyes' first season at Old Trafford has been a failure. United have produced a limp defence of their Premier League title and are likely to miss out on qualifying for Europe next season altogether after a record six home defeats domestically. Moyes has come under increasing pressure from United supporters despite guiding the club to the ...Manchester United on the edge if they lose to Arsenal ? José Mourinho
? But Chelsea manager says United could recover to keep title ? 'We pushed United to a different level in 2004 and 2005' José Mourinho says Manchester United would be "on the edge" of surrendering the Premier League title if they were to lose to the leaders, Arsenal, at Old Trafford on Sunday. United would slip to 11 points off the pace with a first home defeat by Arsenal since 2006 but Mourinho ...Rumour: Manchester United looking to sign Valencia defender Adil Rami
Manchester United are pursuing France international Adil RamiManchester United finally grow tired of the great Anderson enigma | Jamie Jackson
The Brazilian has failed to live up to his much vaunted potential since arriving at Old Trafford in 2007 and David Moyes has recognised that the midfielder's 'big season' may never arrive Two years after Roy Keane's departure, Anderson put in a performance at the Emirates that suggested Manchester United had uncovered a feisty midfielder with the niggle and bite the talismanic Irishman had ...David Moyes: Manchester United Have Plans Ready for Signing Players This Summer
Manchester United manager David Moyes revealed he has already got plans in place in signing players for the next campaign, just after the end of the current season. The Red Devils have endured a disastrous season under the guidance of the former Everton boss. United sit seventh in the league table with 57 points from 33 games and are set to miss out of the Champions League for the first time in ...
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The club was called Newton Heath F.C. from 1878-1902. In 1902, new owner J H Davies changed the name to Manchester United.
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