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Scott writes for ESPN about David Moyes. The Guardian talks about Anderson’s career. The Independent has Paul Scholes’ thoughts on Rooney’s England career. The Telegraph discusses the 100 most memorable Premier League moments. The Mirror reckons we’re signing Depay in January.

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Blind: I’m best in midfield

Until last season, Daley Blind was used as a left back at Ajax, but thrived in the 2013-14 season in the centre of midfield. He was given the player of the year award in the Eredivisie and claims this is the position that suits him best in an interview with the official site. I think [...]

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VIDEO: Januzaj assist in Belgium victory

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De Gea: I watched Schmeichel a lot growing up

David de Gea has spoken to MUTV about his top five goalkeepers of alltime. Peter Schmeichel: “He was one of the best in the world and an unbelievable goalkeeper. He was admired by everyone who watched him. I watched him a lot growing up and now on MUTV! I enjoyed all his saves – it’s [...]

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VIDEO: Blind and Chicharito goals in Holland vs Mexico

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Rooney snowballed journo behind Anfield then walked him to his car

Wayne Rooney makes his 100th appearance for England tonight which has lead to several newspapers looking for weird and wonderful ways to mark the occasion. Jeff Powell, a journalist who has been going since England won the World Cup, has remembered his favourite memory of United’s striker. The first day of March, 2006, was unusually [...]

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De Gea: I spend a lot of time with Mata and Herrera

David de Gea has answered questions from fans on Facebook. What do you like to do when you’re not playing football? I like to relax at home and I also spend a lot of time with Juan and Ander – we watch a lot of football together on TV. I also love to play on [...]

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Fellaini: It was great celebrating goal with fans

Marouane Fellaini scored his first Manchester United goal minutes after coming off the bench against West Brom a few weeks ago. The United midfielder has reflected on how it felt to see the ball hit the back of the net. Scoring the goal was a great feeling. I had waited a long time for it! [...]

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De Gea: It makes me very happy when the fans sing my name

David de Gea has answered questions from fans that were sent to him on Facebook. How does it feel when the whole of Old Trafford is singing your name? It’s very difficult to put that sensation into words. I can only say it makes me feel very passionate and very happy when I’m playing. Happy [...]

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RvP: I’m keeping Dutch captaincy

Since Louis van Gaal left the Dutch national team for Manchester United, the country have been struggling in their bid to qualify for Euro 2016. Guus Hiddink’s team now sit six points behind group leaders Iceland and Czech Republic, but Robin van Persie insists he is not taking the blame for that and will remain [...]

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Fellaini: I was scapegoat during Moyes’ season of failure

Marouane Fellaini has revealed that he felt like a scapegoat last season when David Moyes dragged the champions of England to 7th in the title, below Fellaini’s former club Everton. Asked if he did feel like a ‘scapegoat’ last season,’ he replied: “Yes, a little bit. That is a difficult question. It is difficult to [...]

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Mata: Impossible to describe feeling of scoring at Old Trafford

Juan Mata has spoken about how it feels to score a goal at Old Trafford, following his winner against Crystal Palace at the weekend. Today, following our important win on Saturday, it seems a bit easier to be here writing these lines about what has happened during the week. The feeling of scoring a goal [...]

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RoM Reads

Scott writes for The Metro about LvG’s 3 months to 3 years statements. The Telegraph talks about Rooney’s 100th cap for England. The Independent discusses Radamel Falcao. ESPN reports on Queiroz’s claim that he didn’t recommend Bebe to Ferguson. Win a retro Manchester United shirt.

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McNair: I grew up wanting to play for United

Paddy McNair started training with Manchester United when he was 12-years-old so grew up wanting to play for the club. He can hardly believe that now he has played in a Manchester derby. “When I was growing up, I always wanted to play for Manchester United, and now I am playing in Manchester derbies, so [...]

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Mata: One of my most important goals

Juan Mata came off the bench to win the game for United today against Crystal Palace and hailed the goal as one of his most important. It was probably one of my most important goals. It was a very difficult game. We needed the three points and I am very happy because we got them [...]

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