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Keane: I want to follow in Beckham’s footsteps

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Manchester United have confirmed that Will Keane will spend all of next season out on loan at Preston North End.

I want to come here and do my best to help the team; they had a very successful year last year and hopefully the whole team and the Club can build on that. The likes of David Beckham and Danny Welbeck have been here and they all did well and benefited from the experience, so that is something I can hopefully come here and take from it.

Manchester United confirm striker transfer

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Manchester United have confirmed their striker Will Keane has joined Preston North End on a season-long loan on Wednesday.

Preston were promoted to the Championship and will play in the second tier of the English football for the upcoming campaign.

VIDEO: Manchester United 1 Arsenal 0 – FA Cup 1962

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In January 1962, Sir Matt Busby's men beat Arsenal 1-0 at Old Trafford in the FA Cup 4th round. Over 54,000 fans attended to watch the victory, with Maurice Setters scoring the only goal.

Watch footage of the 1-0 win.

United drew 0-0 with Sheffield Wednesday at Old Trafford in the next round, but won 2-0 in the replay, with Bobby Charlton and Johnny Giles scoring.

Preston North End vs Manchester United 2015 Highlights FA Cup 1-3 Laird Herrera Fellaini Goals Video

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Five key thoughts following Preston North End 1-3 United – Herrera, Fellaini and Rooney set up FA Cup quarter final against Arsenal

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Manchester United came from behind to defeat Preston North End on Monday night to set-up a mouth-watering clash with Arsenal at Old Trafford in the FA Cup quarter-final. Goals from Ander Herrera, Marouane Fellaini and a Wayne Rooney penalty turned the game on its head after a deflected Scott Laird strike had put the home side ahead.

Watch Preston 1-3 Manchester United match highlights [VIDEO]

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Wayne Rooney ended his goal drought as Manchester United came from behind to beat Preston and set up a mouth-watering FA Cup quarter-final against Arsenal.

After watching Bradford take their second Premier League scalp of the competition on Sunday, United were wary of falling victim to another upset and they feared the worst when Scott Laird put Preston ahead.

Watch Preston 1-3 Manchester United match highlights [VIDEO]

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Wayne Rooney ended his goal drought as Manchester United came from behind to beat Preston and set up a mouth-watering FA Cup quarter-final against Arsenal.

After watching Bradford take their second Premier League scalp of the competition on Sunday, United were wary of falling victim to another upset and they feared the worst when Scott Laird put Preston ahead.

LIVE BLOG: Preston North End vs United

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Preston North End vs Manchester United, FA Cup 5th Round: TV times and open thread

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The final FA Cup 5th Round match of the weekend kicks off today as Preston North End battle Manchester United at Deepdale. Sir Alex Ferguson will be in attendance, so expect to see a lot of camera shots of him in the crowd.

Here's today's TV schedule for viewers/readers in the United States:

Preston North End vs Manchester United (FA Cup), 2:45pm, FOX Sports 1, FOX Deportes andFOX Soccer 2Go

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Preston North End vs Manchester United, FA Cup 5th Round: TV times and open thread

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The final FA Cup 5th Round match of the weekend kicks off today as Preston North End battle Manchester United at Deepdale. Sir Alex Ferguson will be in attendance, so expect to see a lot of camera shots of him in the crowd.

Here's today's TV schedule for viewers/readers in the United States:

Preston North End vs Manchester United (FA Cup), 2:45pm, FOX Sports 1, FOX Deportes andFOX Soccer 2Go

Preston starting lineup: Stuckmann, Clarke (c), Huntington, Wright, Laird, Humphrey, Welsh, Kilkenny, Gallagher, K.

VIDEO: David Beckham in his Preston days

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David Beckham is arguably the most high profile footballer in the world after playing for the biggest clubs in several countries and two continents. Manchester United in England, Real Madrid in Spain, AC Milan in Italy, PSG in France and LA Galaxy in USA.

However, long before he was a household name, Beckham spent a month on loan at Preston North End in the 1994-95 season.

Preston vs Manchester United Preview, Possible Lineups & Prediction

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Manchester United go to Deepdale tonight in the final fifth round tie of this season's FA Cup.

League One side Preston North End are the opponents after overcoming Sheffield United in a replay in the last round.

Kevin Davies hopes to write new ending against Manchester United in FA Cup

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Eighteen years after making his name in the FA Cup, Kevin Davies is hoping the competition will help him write a different ending to his not-quite fairytale.

Davies was a teenage striker at Chesterfield when they embarked on a remarkable FA Cup run in 1996-97.

The Spireites thought they had gone 3-1 ahead against Middlesbrough in the semi-finals but officials failed to spot Jonathan Howard's shot had crossed the line and, after a 3-3 draw, Chesterfield lost the replay.

Kevin Davies hopes to write new ending against Manchester United in FA Cup

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Eighteen years after making his name in the FA Cup, Kevin Davies is hoping the competition will help him write a different ending to his not-quite fairytale.

Davies was a teenage striker at Chesterfield when they embarked on a remarkable FA Cup run in 1996-97.

The Spireites thought they had gone 3-1 ahead against Middlesbrough in the semi-finals but officials failed to spot Jonathan Howard's shot had crossed the line and, after a 3-3 draw, Chesterfield lost the replay.

Gender and Football: Getting Stuck In

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Even by the standards of Twitter's water cooler moments, the debate over the award of the Ballon D'Or earlier this month had to be one of the most curious.

Cristiano Ronaldo emerged victorious but in the wake of the Real Madrid man's accolade, most attention was directed towards England manager Roy Hodgson's preference for Javier Mascherano.

A Short History of Football and Music: 2000 to the Present

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[W]ith football cock of the walk as the new millennium dawned, the extended love-in with music and other elements of popular culture continued to drag on through the early years of the decade. Soccer AM remained as popular as ever, Doves' anthem Pounding soundtracked Saturday lunchtime's On The Ball presented by Gabby Yorath, Sham 69 enlisted Blur guitarist Graham Coxon on a reworking of one of their most famous hits, producing the subtle Hurry Up England, and those chancers Kasabian took the stage for a gig in Paris sporting the national team's new replica shirt.

A Short History of Football and Music: 2000 to the Present

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[W]ith football cock of the walk as the new millennium dawned, the extended love-in with music and other elements of popular culture continued to drag on through the early years of the decade. Soccer AM remained as popular as ever, Doves' anthem Pounding soundtracked Saturday lunchtime's On The Ball presented by Gabby Yorath, Sham 69 enlisted Blur guitarist Graham Coxon on a reworking of one of their most famous hits, producing the subtle Hurry Up England, and those chancers Kasabian took the stage for a gig in Paris sporting the national team's new replica shirt.

The Top 20 Greatest Soccer Club Teams Of All Time, Complete With Video Evidence

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Four Four Two magazine just released their list of the top 20 greatest club sides ever. To help take a walk down memory lane, or to revisit these wonderful teams, we've incorporated video footage of each club.

Here's our guide to bring you up-to-date with some of the most successful teams in world history.

Man Utd boss David Moyes slept in his car at France 98

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Manchester United manager David Moyes has revealed that he slept in his car at the 1998 World Cup because he was so desperate to study the games but couldn't afford hotel rooms. The then newly-appointed Preston North End manager secured some funding from the PFA to be able to travel to France. The funds covered [.

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20 of the best Football League players in 2014/15 – Gems of the Lower Leagues Special

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TTU Go Predicting: A Club-by-Club League 1 Preview 2014-5

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[W]hen asked by the esteemed editors of this site to compile a preview to the League One season I had to first humbly remind them that my own team, Carlisle United, were cruelly and indignantly relegated to League Two at the end of last year. There followed a degree of brow furrowing consternation before an uttered agreement that 'I'd do'.

TTU Go Predicting: A Club-by-Club League 1 Preview 2014-5

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[W]hen asked by the esteemed editors of this site to compile a preview to the League One season I had to first humbly remind them that my own team, Carlisle United, were cruelly and indignantly relegated to League Two at the end of last year. There followed a degree of brow furrowing consternation before an uttered agreement that 'I'd do'.

5 Football League Players Coming to a World Cup Television Near You

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[I]n the run up to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, we ran a series of profiles of Football League players who had been named in their countries' squads. Hence, the likes of Middlesbrough's Rhys Williams (Australia), Ipswich's Tommy Smith (New Zealand) and West Brom'sGonzalo Jara (Chile) featured in our coverage.

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Preston, Spurs, Hungary, Hearts: 10 goal wins in football history

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Promotion Tales: Blackpool in the Premier League? Yeah, right!

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[F]or the second in our narratives exploring fans differing attitudes to promotion to the Premier League, we are pleased to welcome back Chris Walker, @OneDaveBamber on twitter and the maestro behind the Measured Progress blog. As a fan of Blackpool FC, Chris looks back to a season we ourselves chronicled in the first year of this blog's life.

The Fall Of Sean St. Ledger, the Irish Defender Who Was a Potential Superstar

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For those of you who do not know him, Sean St. Ledger is an Irish defender who was once tipped to become one of the Premier Leagues elite. But now at 29 years of age, he is yet to play a game in the top tier of English football and at the moment he is without a club.

He began his career at Peterborough and broke into the first team with ease.

England Legend Sir Tom Finney Dies, Age 91

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Tom Finney, one of the greatest footballers ever to wear an England shirt, has died, age 91.

Finney played 75 times for England, scoring 30 goals. But it was his club career at Preston North End where he received most of his acclaim, making 473 appearances and scoring 210 goals. Finney only played for Preston throughout his club career, while on the international stage, he was only one of two footballers from England's 1950 World Cup squad that was still alive (Roy Bentley is now the sole survivor from that England team).

Liverpool

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Book Review: Red or Dead

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[D]avid Peace has established himself as one of Britain's most vital novelists of recent times and following on from the success of The Damned United (the film version of which has been reviewed in these pages), the Yorkshireman last year turned his attention to the game across the Pennines. Here, Jon Arnold - @The_Arn on twitter - treats us to a review essay of the new novel and a quite superb piece of writing it is too.

Preston & LFC Tour

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Liverpool kicked off their 2013/2014 pre-season with a match in memory of the great Bill Shankly at Deepdale. With some new signings under his belt Brendan Rodgers was able to put on show some of his purchases and it was Coutinho that got the scoring underway from the penalty spot for the Reds in a sunny Preston.

Preston & LFC Tour

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Liverpool kicked off their 2013/2014 pre-season with a match in memory of the great Bill Shankly at Deepdale. With some new signings under his belt Brendan Rodgers was able to put on show some of his purchases and it was Coutinho that got the scoring underway from the penalty spot for the Reds in a sunny Preston.

A sense of changed mentality encompases Liverpool preseason

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Liverpool has been going about their business in their preseason friendly schedule with solid progress. While club's such as Arsenal and Chelsea have put up massive 1-7, 8-1 and other score lines the Reds have been solid with three clean sheets with eight goals scored between games against Preston North End (0-4), Indonesia XI (0-2) and the Melbourne Victory (0-2).

Liverpool 4-0 Preston

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Goals:
Coutinho 14' (pen)
Ibe 36'
Sterling 64'
Aspas 75'

We're back!

And it's almost a full day after the fact by now, but here are a few notes on facets I found interesting. Remember the usual caveats that it's preseason, can't always divine omens from these entrails, etc.

Rotherham

Wembley Beckons For Two Newcastle Players

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Rotherham have reached the League One play-off final at Wembley, and they were helped by on-loan Newcastle players James Tavernier and Haris Vuckic. James Tavernier celebrates with fans after making Wembley play-off final Rotherhamplayed against Preston North End and the first leg ended 1-1 at Preston, but last night the Millers won 3-1 and they [.

Which of Brentford’s Players Will Step Up?

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[H]aving recently conducted a player by player analysis of Leicester City's readiness for Premier League football, it's clear that the exercise is a markedly different one when it comes to the process of transition lower down the pyramid. Take League One – a division that has been fearsomely tough this year, with six teams dominating to the degree that the points total enjoyed by Preston North End would have been enough to challenge for the verytitle in League 2.

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Video Jermaine Beckford goal vs Chesterfield 2015 Second Leg Playoff Preston 50 yard

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TTU Awards 2013-14: Best Kit

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[I]nsignificant though this category may be, it usually provokes as much debate as any and this year, our panellists have again betrayed a liking for tradition in their choices. Hence, the traditional colours and round(ish) neckline sported by Preston North End at home and the simple contrast between the yellow and black of Watford both attracted admirers.

Snapshot: All Preston North End Players Wear ‘Finney’ On Shirts In Tribute To Sir Tom…

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By Chris Wright

As you're probably already well aware, Sir Tom Finney passed away at the age of 91 last night so, in tribute to their sainted club legend, the Preston North End players all took to the pitch for this afternoon's game against Leighton Orient at Deepdale with 'Finney' across their shoulders.

Still Convincing Europe Yanks Can Play

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For the second time this year, we have been treated to some insight from Jurgen Klinsmann as to the problems facing US players who hope to move to a prestigious European league. According to Klinsmann, there was apparently no demand to bring US players on loan in the January transfer window, and American players lack some level of belief in themselves.

Preston North End Home and Away Shirts for 2013-14 Season [PHOTOS]

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Preston North End, founded 150 years ago, have unveiled their new home and away shirts for the 2013-14 season.

For the upcoming season, the League One club will be wearing shirts designed and manufactured by Nike. The home shirt features the classic white and navy blue of PNE. I particularly like the collar design, which is subtle but elegant.