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Manchester United 4 – 0 Wigan

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Goals from Paul Scholes, Javier Hernandez, Alexander Buttner and substitute Nick Powell secured the 3 points for Manchester United at Old Trafford, against a Wigan side lacking somewhat in adventure.

Hernandez missed a penalty in what was an uneventful first half, but the hosts came out fighting in the second half and produced enough to secure the win.

Man Utd v Wigan Athletic betting preview

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After a long Summer waiting for Manchester United to be back in action, there was widespread relief when the season opener saw us kicking off against Everton at Goodison Park. But then as quickly as the season started, the international break came along meaning there was another gap between United games.

Ferguson Hopeful Depleted Squad Can Defy City’s Millions

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Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is hopeful his team can prevent neighbours Manchester City from becoming the dominant force in English football, in much the same way he did with Jose Mourinho's Chelsea team.

The London club won two titles under Mourinho after spending big on players, but Sir Alex rebuilt his squad and wwnt on to win the Premier League in 4 of the next 5 years.

Gibson Set To Complete Everton Transfer

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Manchester United midfielder Darron Gibson is reportedly on the verge of a move to Everton after undergoing a medical at Goodison Park on Thursday night.

The Irish midfielder has struggled to make an impact at Old Trafford and was fined a week's wages last month after turning up for training worse for wear after a night out with team mates Jonny Evans and Wayne Rooney.

Manchester United and Online Bingo

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You might be wondering howManchesterUnited and online bingo actually go together but they do. Many of the fans that love Manchester United also love to play bingo. The demographics show that many young people who are fierce fans of Manchester United are also in the same age group that loves to play online bingo.

25 Years for Fergie

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Did you know it has been 25 years for Sir Alex Ferguson with Manchester United? Fergie became manager of Manchester United on November 6th, 1986 so last Sunday marked 25 years with the team. It has been quite a ride for Manchester United in the last quarter century underFerguson's leadership.

WhenFergusonfirst took over Manchester United in 1986 he had to change the culture from losing into winning and the playing style from one that was haphazard to one that was more disciplined.

Fergie faces biggest challenge

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City and United fans alike will have needed pinching on Monday to see whether Sunday's game was indeed real live football or some dream/nightmare (delete as appropriate).

City's threat to United was clear at the start of the season. No side that spends so much money will fail to compete at the top end of the table but City have surprised some with just how dominant they have been this year.

Fergie looking after the present and future

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For much of the 90 minutes at Anfield on Saturday there was a feeling of unfulfilled excitement and expectation.

The game, billed as the best in the World 24 hours earlier by sir Alex Ferguson, proved to be one of those occasions where passions run high, but nerves and a failure to get a grip on the game results in a highly-charged stalemate.

Vidic set for Premier League return

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Nemanja Vidic could make only his second Premier League start of the season on Saturday when Manchester United look to snap a three-game winless run against bitter rivals Liverpool at Anfield.

The 29-year-old has not kicked a ball for the champions since limping out of the opening-day win at West Brom.

United man joins up with Scotland

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Darren Fletcher has flown out to Liechtenstein after making a remarkable recovery from a bout of tonsillitis.

The midfielder, who is also in the latest Man United football bowling video, had been expected to miss his country's crucial Euro 2012 qualifiers after being taken ill and had been left out of the original squad.

Ferguson facing injury problems

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Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson is facing a mini injury crisis ahead of his side's clash with Basle in the Champions League at Old Trafford.

The Scot is without eight senior players ahead of the visit of the Swiss champions, in particular with the absence of strikers Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez.

Ferdinand back for Stoke?

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Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand could be in line for a return to first-team action on Saturday to face Stoke at the Britannia Stadium.

The England international has had a stop-start campaign so far this season. He limped out of United's opener against West Brom with a hamstring injury.

United starlet Fryers eager for more first-team action

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Manchester United youngster Ezekiel Fryers is eager for more first-team action after making his debut in the Red Devils' 3-0 Carling Cup win over Leeds on Tuesday.

Fryers was one of 11 changes made by Sir Alex Ferguson for the match at Elland Road, which provided a fearsome atmosphere ahead of kick-off.

Owen admits United doubts

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Manchester United striker Michael Owen has admitted he was concerned his contract with the Premier League champions was not going to be renewed after the club lifted the title last season.

The former England regular only played a bit-part in United's 19th league title success, with strikers Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez enjoying much of the game time towards the business end of the season, which saw the Red Devils also reach the final of the Champions League.

Fergie praises stand in keeper

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Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has praised Anders Lindegaard for his outstanding performance in his side's 1-1 draw with Benfica on Wednesday but insists David De Gea will return to the side for Sunday's game against Chelsea.

The young Spaniard has come in for substantial criticism following a hesitant start to his Old Trafford career leading his manager to protect him on a number of occasions.