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.

New Rotation Policy?

  • 6 November 2007

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has hinted he could rotate his squad more after having a strong bench at his disposal against Arsenal.

With the likes of Michael Carrick and Louis Saha available after injury, The Red Devils manager had five internationals at his disposal for the 2-2 draw at Emirates Stadium.

Hargreaves Dismisses Dinamo

  • 6 November 2007

Owen Hargreaves says Dynamo Kiev were "afraid" of Manchester United when they met in Ukraine two weeks ago.

United romped to a 4-2 win in Kiev, completing one of the easiest European away triumphs during Sir Alex Ferguson's stint in charge.

"Dynamo seemed a bit afraid of us in Kiev," said the England midfielder.

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.

Hargreaves Salutes New Boys

  • 31 October 2007

Owen Hargreaves is full of praise for how his fellow new signings have overcome language barriers to adapt to life at United.

The England midfielder is the only English-speaking new arrival this summer, while Nani, Anderson and Carlos Tevez are still learning the club’s mother tongue.

Hargreaves: Bring on Arsenal

  • 30 October 2007

Owen Hargreaves is convinced Manchester United will prove themselves to be the best side in the country when they meet Arsenal at the weekend.

United travel to Emirates Stadium on Saturday trailing their hosts at the Premier League summit only on goal difference, and it should be an explosive game which ensues in the capital.

Fergie: New Generation

  • 25 October 2007

Sir Alex Ferguson believes his current crop of stars can go on to establish Manchester United as the world's undisputed top club.

Having clicked into gear in an attacking vein with 12 goals in the last three games, Ferguson now wants to see his side go on to achieve true greatness.

"The last time we had a youthful squad like this, back in 1999, we won the Treble," Ferguson told the Sun.