To mark the 10th anniversary of RoM, there will be several articles remembering some of the best moments for Manchester United fans over the past decade. Dan Stapleton has spoken about one of his favourite memories.
The news filters through that Bolton have equalised at Stamford Bridge.
Manchester United legends player Bayern Munich legends today and beat them 4-2. Louis Saha, Dwight Yorke, Andrew Cole and Jesper Blomqvist all scored for United, in a game which also saw the likes of Edwin Van der Sar, Paul Scholes, Jaap Stam and Phil Neville play.
It was been revealed that the game has raised £800,000 for the Manchester United Foundation, who work in some of the most disadvantaged areas across Greater Manchester to educate, motivate and inspire young people.
David De Gea can emulate Peter Schmeichel and Edwin Van der Sar if he chooses to remain at the club, according toManchester United goalkeeping coach Frans Hoek.
The Spaniard was named United's player of the season for the second consecutive season but has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid this summer, as the Spanish giants look for a replacement for Iker Casillas.
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has shed new light on the reasons behind his Old Trafford exit in 2005.
Rumors have circulated for years that Keane's departure from the club stemmed from a MUTV interview where the United midfielderinfamously blasted teammates Rio Ferdinand, Edwin van der Sar, Ruud van Nistelrooy, John O'Shea, Darren Fletcher, Kieran Richardson and Alan Smith.
Former Manchester United goalkeeper, Edwin Van der Sar was one of the best keepers in the Premier League during his stint between the sticks at Old Trafford. During his time under the Reds' former manager Sir Alex Ferguson, the Dutchman was part of four EPL titles, three FA Community Shields, two League Cups, one FIFA Club World Cup and a UEFA Champions League Title.
Another Champions League season group stage gets underway this evening. Premier League champions Manchester United are at home to Bayer Leverkusen. The German side beat United in the 2002 Champions League semi-final, and David Moyes will be hoping they don't cause any such problems as he attempts to make his first Champions League campaign a [.
While many of you would probably have expected to me say Sunderland, Southampton or West Ham as the next most likely club to surprise this season, I have to give full respect to Fulham and the smart work that Martin Jol continues to do in the transfer market.
The manager released a healthy dose of players at the end of the season and over the summer seeing a vast majority of the over 30 group let go.
Ahead of Rio Ferdinand's testimonial match yesterday, former Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar sung the praises of his former teammate. van der Sar joined in on the chorus of current and ex-players praising Ferdinand after 11 years of service at Old Trafford, particularly praising the consistency that Ferdinand established in United's back line.
Will Smith and his son Jaden are in London to promote their new film (and hold a mini Fresh Prince reunion), and their trip happens to coincide with the city hosting this year's Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. So before the match, the Smiths stopped by the UEFA Champions Festival on the International Quarter to attempt a few penalty kicks against former Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar.
If you'll excuse the slightly tenuous use of the word "legend" for a moment, a squad full of Manchester United old boys are currently whipping themselves into shape to take on a selection of equally venerable ex-Real Madrid players in aid of charity at Old Trafford on 2nd June.
David de Gea's saves justify his place in Team of the Year - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Although David de Gea was thought to be frail and not-capable of filling the shoes of Edwin van der Sar at Old Trafford but the Spaniard is only 22 years old and already he has made it into the PFA Team of the Year only in his second season in England.
Van Der Sar saiu da sua aposentadoria esta semana. E no seu Primeiro jogo de volta já pega Penalty! #MUFC #LEGEND pic.twitter.com/E5aI81TigQ
- Marco Red Devil (@MarcoRedDevil) March 12, 2016
Edwin Van der Sar came out of retirement today to play for VV Noordwijk, the club he spent his youth career before joining Ajax, after their first choice goalie Mustafa Mare Zine was ruled out with an injury.
Edwin Van Der Sar enjoy's hero status at Ajax and he's not afraid to mix it with anyone as he showed yesterday when he joined in with the infamous VAK410 ultras during Ajax's 4-0 win against Dordrecht at the weekend.
Looks a bit out of place with the suit but he seemed to enjoy it as did the fans by the looks of it.
He may be close to sainthood round Amsterdam way, but that didn't stop Edwin van der Sar from roaring Ajax on against Dordrecht yesterday from amid the section of the stadium belonging to the club's infamous VAK410 ultras.
Looked like he enjoyed himself too, with Ajax easing to a 4-0 win over the Eredivisie's second-bottom side.
United: Edwin van der Sar, John O'Shea, Jonny Evans, Nemanja VidiÄ‡ (c), FÃ¡bio, Antonio Valencia, Michael Carrick, Paul Scholes, Park Ji-Sung, Wayne Rooney and Michael Owen. United substitutes: Tomasz Kuszczak, Chris Smalling, Ryan Giggs, Nani, Darren Fletcher, Dimitar Berbatov and Javier HernÃ¡ndez.
Edwin Van der Sar has discussed his relationship with Louis van Gaal and sung the praises of our manager. Van Gaal gave Van der Sar his debut at Ajax and went on to win three league titles, the European Cup, the UEFA Cup, the UEFA Super Cup, amongst other domestic trophies.
David de Gea was named Man of the Match in United's 1-0 win over Newcastle this evening. A late winner from Ashley Young wrapped up the point, but the goalkeeper played a crucial role. Moments after Young scored, Newcastle had a great chance to equalise, but De Gea pulled off a great save.
Louis van Gaal has sung the praises of the Spaniard, comparing him to other great goalkeepers he has managed in the past.
We've all seen the pictures of Angel di Maria leaving Carrington last night, and then more pictures today of his agent with Louis van Gaal, with news of his signing supposedly imminent.
However, it has been confirmed that Edwin Van der Sar has been at Carrington today too. There is of course the possibility that our former goalkeeper was in the area and decided to pop in on a few friends.
Rio Ferdinand was on the Clare Balding show and has talked about the night in Moscow when we beat Chelsea in the European Cup final.
Following missed penalties from Cristiano Ronaldo and John Terry, the shoot-out went in to sudden death. Ryan Giggs, on the night be broke Sir Bobby Charlton's appearance record, slotted away his penalty, before Nicolas Anelka stepped 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 difficult to pick one out as the best.
I genuinely wanted to support whoever replaced Sir Alex Ferguson until the bitter end. I've always enjoyed the siege mentality that our former manager instilled in us and was ready to back his replacement.
When David de Gea replaced Edwin Van der Sar, the press ate him up for breakfast. That first game against City in the Charity Shield was a nightmare.
Edwin Van der Sar has posted a picture on Twitter of the new shirt which Adidas sent him.
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As an aperitif forthe Champions League Final on Saturday evening, UEFA are laying on a glitzy exhibition match in Berlin that will see a host of formerBarcelona and Juventus veteransunite against a Rest of the World XI in the name of charity.
The latest installment of EA Sports' highly-touted soccer video game, FIFA14, hit stores nationwide on Tuesday, ending anxious gamers' excruciating wait and giving them a chance to spend countless hours in front of the television.