Manchester United blitzed past West Ham United with a 4-1 victory to cruise into the EFL Cup semifinal on Wednesday night at Old Trafford. The hosts started on full throttle, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring the opener in the second minute after some brilliant work from Henrikh Mkhitaryan. Déjà vu struck when former United prodigy Ashley
Paul Pogba may have hogged all the headlines for becoming the most expensive signing in all the history of the modern game, but the arrival of Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund was equally welcome with clamor and fanfare. With 23 goals and a further 26 assists last season, the prospect of having the
Manchester United continue to break records in the post-Sir Alex era; both good and bad ones. Yet another one occurred this weekend, when a 4th successive home draw vs West Ham happened for the first time since 1980. A 1-1 vs Stoke was an anomaly, the 0-0 vs Burnley unlucky. 1-1 vs Arsenal was 2
Manchester United are plotting a sensational move for Bayern Munich star David Alaba. Money makes the world go round Having to deal with a shamefully paltry spend of £145 million in the summer, it is only fair that Jose starts to really splash the cash. With Eric Bailly currently injured and set to feature
Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. In the vast majority of football games, the scoreline does reflect the true nature of the game; if a team wins 4-0, they have been dominant and controlled everything for 90 mins. In the case of a 1-1 however, it could mean a variety of things. Either it could
Manchester United are exploring the possibility of paying Lionel Messi to stay at Barcelona, in a bid to stop him moving to rivals Manchester City. In a rather bizarre move, United kit manufacturers Adidas are worried about the status of the club and fear that a Messi move to Manchester City would decrease the ever
Manchester United put up an impressive showing- perhaps one of the most dominant of the season- when they played host to Arsenal in an early Saturday kick off. Jose Mourinho’s charges were in cruise control of the encounter from the onset, with the visitors seeing none of the ball for greater margins of the game.
Manchester United is keen on signing £20 million-rated right-back Serge Aurier once the January transfer window opens up. The Red-Devils have utilised Antonio Valencia as a makeshift right-back thus far, but Mourinho is looking to bring in Aurier as a replacement for the Ecuador international in a bid to have a more natural player in
Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Arsenal travel to Manchester United in search of their first win at Old Trafford since September 2006; however, the Saturday’s early kickoff presents them an easy opportunity to overcome the United hoodoo given the form of either side heading into the game. On the back of a 16-game undefeated
Man United, one of the most successful and prestigious sides ever in history, has defined itself by continuously breaking records and winning title after title. With that in mind, Clubline Football have created this lovely infographic highlighting the impressive figures and stats recorded by the Red Devils throughout their illustrious history. Created by Clubline
Manchester United vs Arsenal is a fixture that rarely fails to amaze. Whether it be ferocious tackles, a plethora of goals, the passion on show or just the context that surrounds it, this is a clash that lives up to expectation, more often than not. Saturday lunchtime should be no different for several reasons. Manchester
Manchester United will offer £150,000 a week in a bid to acquire the services of Harry Kane, Squawka claim. Finally? The Tottenham forward has long been a target for the English giants and they have had several bids rejected over the last two summers. Finally, though, The Red Devils could be about to get
The Premier League is an unforgiving environment, and one in which managers are increasingly aware of the fact that they may be living on borrowed time. Manchester United’s beleaguered boss Jose Mourinho is the walking embodiment of this at present, as he continues to cut a tense and brooding presence on the Old Trafford touchline.
When Manchester United begrudgingly accepted a then world-record £80 million bid from Real Madrid for Cristiano Ronaldo, they ended a long-running transfer saga that had lasted more than two years. During that time, the talented Portuguese has gone from being a promising forward to the best player in the world, winning the Ballon d’Or and
Sir Alex Ferguson. Sir Matt Busby. Names that still command an overwhelming amount of respect not only from Man United fans, but fans of the beautiful game itself. Can you name every Man United manager in the history of one of the world’s most prestigious sides? Created by Sporcle Check out their website for