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Sir Alex “We must either use them or we lose them”

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It only seems like yesterday but it has been all of 15 years since former Liverpool star and BBC football pundit Alan Hansen coined his memorable phrase "You'll never win anything with kids"...

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Michael Owen and 'One defender' sinks Wolfsburg

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Michael Owen produced a spectacular performance at the Volkswagen Arena to guide Manchester United to a victory against Wolfsburg in their final Group match of the Champions League. The former Liverpool hitman went on to score his first hat trick for United in a European game. In the build up to this game, many pundits had predicted a historic defeat for Man United due to their injury woes.

Michael Owen and 'One defender' sinks Wolfsburg

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Michael Owen produced a spectacular performance at the Volkswagen Arena to guide Manchester United to a victory against Wolfsburg in their final Group match of the Champions League. The former Liverpool hitman went on to score his first hat trick for United in a European game. In the build up to this game, many pundits had predicted a historic defeat for Man United due to their injury woes.

DT Exclusive: Nepotism

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Manchester United have decided to call up 19-year-old Oliver Gill as cover for their injury-ravaged defense. Nothing too unusual there, except for the fact that Oliver only has nine reserve team appearances to his credit and just happens to be club CEO David Gill's son. The following is a transcript of how Sir Alex and Oliver's dad reached their decision on how to fill out the roster.

Man Utd forced to call-up the chief executive’s son

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Tea-lady's nephew next on Fergie's wanted list Manchester United have called the son of their chief executive into their first-team squad to combat their defensive injury crisis. David Gill's son, Oliver, is now in contention to play against Wolfsburg in this evening's Champions League match. Fergie said: "If he's good enough, he plays.