Tevez Stars for United

  • 28 July 2008
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Manchester United defeated Portsmouth 2-0 in their big Nigeria friendly last night.
Chris Eagles and Carlos Tevez did the damage for the English and European champions in Sunday night's friendly against the FA Cup winners.

Fergie: Time for Kids to step up

  • 23 July 2008
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Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admits this season could be make-or-break for several of his home-grown youngsters.

Fraizer Campbell, Lee Martin, Jonny Evans and Darron Gibson, who were all out on loan last season, plus Chris Eagles all featured in yesterday's friendly victory over Orlando Pirates in South Africa.

Eagles - Loan Possibility

  • 22 July 2008
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Burnley are keeping tabs on Manchester United midfielder Chris Eagles.

He told the Lancashire Evening Telegraph: "I'd love to stay at Old Trafford and make my career as a United player, but I need to think about playing regularly.

"There have been talks with Premier League and Championship clubs, but nothing's been decided.

Roma 1 - 1 United

  • 13 December 2007
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A much-changed Manchester United side earned a draw against Italian giants Roma to protect their unbeaten record in the Champions League this season.

With United already having won Group F and Roma having qualified in second place the game had an eerie start, with the opening 20 minutes dreadfully apathetic.

Youngsters Get Chance

  • 9 November 2007
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Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admits he'll use their remaining Champions League group games to give his talented youngsters more experience.

United qualified for the knockout phase with their 4-0 victory over Dynamo Kiev last night and Ferguson said: "I will play mixed teams in the rest of the games.

Fergie Flabbergasted at Performance

  • 27 September 2007
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Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admits he was shocked by the manner his team were dumped out of the Carling Cup by Coventry City last night.

"I was absolutely flabbergasted by that performance," said Ferguson.

"I did not expect that at all. I am not interested in giving reasons or mitigating circumstances. It was just a very bad performance."

Man Utd 0 - 2 Coventry

  • 27 September 2007
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Championship side Coventry sprung a major surprise by sending a re-shuffled Manchester United crashing out of the Carling Cup at Old Trafford.
United boss Sir Alex Ferguson changed his entire team from Sunday's win against Chelsea and paid the price.

Eagles Hopes to Play

  • 21 September 2007
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Chris Eagles would love to play against Chelsea on Sunday.

"I’d love to be involved against Chelsea on Sunday. I was lucky enough to be in the team that was given a guard of honour at Stamford Bridge last season after we clinched the title. It was fantastic to walk out like that - I couldn't stop smiling!

Saha The Saviour

  • 3 September 2007
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Manchester United managed to break down a stubborn Sunderland to record a second successive 1-0 victory.

Roy Keane, on his return to Old Trafford, had his Sunderland side organised and solid but on 70 minutes the deadlock was finally broken by French striker Louis Saha.

United winger Nani whipped in a corner and the powerful striker got himself in front of Craig Gordon to head home.