United Believe They Can

  • 7 November 2007

Sir Alex Ferguson believes his young side are more than capable of going all the way in the Champions League this season after losing out at the semi-final stage last time out.

After opening their Group F campaign with three wins, the Reds can seal qualification for the knock-out stages with victory over Dynamo Kyiv on Wednesday evening.

Arsenal Snatch Draw

  • 5 November 2007

William Gallas equalised in injury-time to salvage a draw and keep Arsenal on top of the Premier League after an absorbing clash with Manchester United.

The opening 45 minutes proved an anti-climax until Gallas diverted Rooney's tame shot in on the stroke of half-time.

Giggs: Injury No Problem

  • 25 October 2007

Ryan Giggs feels the injuries to have beset Manchester United in recent weeks have not disrupted the team.

United are currently without the likes of Gary Neville, Michael Carrick and Owen Hargreaves, and suffered further setbacks ahead of Tuesday's 4-2 win over Dynamo Kiev.

United Crush Villa

  • 22 October 2007

UNITED recovered from an early scare to ease to victory over nine-man Aston villa. The home side had taken the lead through Gabriel Agbonlahor, but United big guns Wayne Rooney (two) Rio Ferdinand and Ryan Giggs ensured the Reds jumped back up to second in the Premier League table.

Evra: World Cup Snub Hurt

  • 15 October 2007

Patrice Evra has admitted the 'tough blow' of being left out of France's World Cup squad has motivated him into becoming the player he is today. #

The Manchester United defender, who made his international debut in 2004 and has won seven caps, admits he was hurt to see his French colleagues playing in the World Cup, where they reached the final.

Carrick Salutes Defence

  • 11 October 2007

Michael Carrick says United's solid backline has provided the perfect platform on which to build this season's title challenge.

Rio and co. currently hold the best defensive record in the country, with just two goals conceded, and Carrick believes it will stand the Reds in good stead over the course of the campaign.

Tevez, Evra: Arsenal Watch Out

  • 11 October 2007

Carlos Tevez and Patrice Evra have warned Arsenal not to get too excited about their position at the top of the table.

"Arsenal are the leaders in the table but Manchester United should be favourites for the title and the Champions League," Tevez told the Mirror

"I think we will show that and prove it to our opponents when we play them in the key matches this season.

Man Utd 4 - 0 Wigan

  • 11 October 2007

Manchester United's attacking trio of Carlos Tevez, Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney put their side top of the table for the first time this season.

United suffered two more injuries in the first half when Nemanja Vidic and John O'Shea had to go off, two substitutions that disrupted the champions' impressive early rhythm.