It’s been more than two years since Alexis Sanchez arrived at Old Trafford.

Securing the Chilean’s signature was considered a coup at the time, with United sending Henrikh Mkhitaryan the other way in a swap deal.

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In 2009, Manchester United was at the heart of a 'tapping-up' storm when they signed Paul Pogba from Le Havre. The French club accused United of paying "very large sums" to the midfielder's parents in order to lure him to Old Trafford. Pogba, then aged 16, was at the time contracted to Le Havre but club officials claimed the player's parents refused to keep their arrangements so they could instead push through the transfer of their son to Old Trafford. Song: Sappheiros - Falling (Ft. eSoreni)
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Manchester United must always be drawn away from Old Trafford. Their supporters hollered until they were hoarse, bringing some throwback swagger to a competition living in the past. United have been accused of that, too.

The matchgoers are looking ahead. "We've seen it all, we've won it all, we're Man United and we're never gonna stop," the United following chanted. That was not the only new entry to the songbook that took off against Derby.

This United are becoming as relentless as their away-dayers; unbeaten in nine and through to their sixth consecutive FA Cup quarter-final. There was a green and gold banner among the red throng, though the mutinous chants ceased in January and United are verging on the renascent.

Manchester United picked up their first win in four matches in the Premier League by beating Chelsea 2-0 at Stamford Bridge on Monday.

Goals from Anthony Martial and Harry Maguire either side of half-time secured Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side all three points in west London as Chelsea had two goals ruled out by VAR. It ended a three-game winless run for the Manchester giants in the league and moved the Red Devils to within three points of the Premier League's top four.

Chelsea, though, remain without a victory in the English top flight since January 11.

Manchester United's dominance over Chelsea this season in the Premier League continued Monday. After beating the Blues by four goals on the opening weekend of the season, the Red Devils went to Stamford Bridge and won 2-0 to inch closer to potential Champions League qualification. Chelsea, meanwhile, kept up its poor run of form.
Video Assistant Referee called off two Chelsea goals -- one was the right call and the other was questionable -- and goals from Anthony Martial in the first half and Harry Maguire in the second half were enough to give the Red Devils an important victory and a ton of momentum. Maguire was lucky to escape a red card in the first half (more on that below).

Timothy Fosu-Mensah has hinted he could return to Manchester United action as a left-back or defensive midfielder following his long injury lay-off.

The 22-year-old has not featured in senior football since his loan spell at Fulham last season was cut short by a serious knee injury.

Fosu-Mensah returned to light training at the end of last year and is working towards a return in the coming weeks as he looks to revive his promising career.

The Premier League title race may already be over, and Manchester United may just be back into the fight for a top-four spot. In an unexpected result, Manchester United went to the Etihad and beat rival Manchester City 2-1. The Red Devils were without Paul Pogba and really struggled with City's possession for much of the match, but it was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team that had the better touch in front of goal for a massive three points that cools the seat underneath him.

Paul Pogba has been living his best life in Miami. The Manchester United midfielder has been in the 305 recovering from a serious ankle injury he suffered a couple of months ago. He has also not been too upset about escaping the cold English weather.

We have spoken about how much fun the World Cup winner had this past weekend at the American Airlines Arena. We also mentioned his soiree with major celebs at this Miami hot spot.

Manchester United display as there has been under Ole Gunnar Solskjær.
Midway through the second half the manager was regaled by fans with the song that pleads not to “take my Solskjær away” in recognition of the verve and vibrancy being witnessed.
There may have been a concerning weakness under the high ball and about United’s ruthlessness but, really, this was a convincing display of the Norwegian’s blueprint for his developing side.
It was also a memorable day for left-back Brandon Williams, who was excellent on his full Premier League debut. The 19-year-old came in for the suspended Ashley Young; Solskjær’s sole change from the loss at Bournemouth. For Brighton & Hove Albion, Graham Potter’s tweaks ran to two: Shane Duffy and Leandro Trossard chosen instead of Adam Webster and Pascal Gros

Marcus Rashford stole the show as Manchester United beat Chelsa at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday evening.

United won't have been too happy to get Chelsea away in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.

Martial had, indeed, just scored and although some perspective is needed - Norwich look increasingly like a side who will struggle - Solskjaer's team had delivered emphatically. It was their first away win in the league since February.

As the visitors went about their work, the anxiety was etched across Solskjaer's face and also those of his players, whose routine of pre-match hand-slaps conveyed no sense that they thought they were about to storm the local barricades . Yet despite early signs of the same inertia and bluntness of mind which have plagued them, United provided hints of what their club once was and what it aspires to be.

A reminder of their place in the pantheon came when their opportunistic first goal - smartly struck from the edge of the area by Scott McTominay, who impressed with Fred in central midfield - meant they became the first club to score 2,000 Premier League goals.

There was something more than numerical significance, though. McTominay's decision to slide on his knees and celebrate in front of the Norwich fans was an unpopular decision but the swagger belonged to Sir Alex Ferguson's great teams.

McTominay was booed for the reminder of the evening. He'll happily live with that.

For the vocal United supporters, looking for something substantive to cling to as they sang of their 20 league titles, there was also a quite sublime second goal.

Martial's deft lay-off triggered Daniel James' clipped, first-time diagonal pass, which was taken down by Marcus Rashford with one touch and finished with a second. The defensive capabilities of Norwich, who allowed Rashford free rein, were woefully lacking. Yet it was still a goal of champion class. United's own shooting inability, allied to some extraordinary goalkeeping by Tim Krul, explained why they were not over the hill by half-time.

It was not pretty or particularly convincing but, for the first time in 12 matches spanning 232 days, Manchester United have won on the road and are top and in control of their Europa League group. If you consider that Anthony Martial’s penalty was United’s only shot on target here and that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have still to register

Acepto los reclamos para un Chile mejor, pero de forma pacífica y sin destruir los bienes que todos necesitamos. De esa manera nos dañamos nosotros mismos.
Los que mas sufren con esto son los niños que no entienden que cosas pasan por culpa de nosotros los adultos.
Debemos estar más unidos que nunca por un Chile mejor 🙏🏽 Hago un llamado a buscar acuerdos y soluciones. Todo por un chile mejor y por los niños que no tienen culpa de nada, ellos son el presente y el futuro de nuestro Chile

Manchester United played to a scoreless draw against Dutch side AZ Alkmaar in Europa League group stage action on Thursday night.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side lean goalscoring form continued, with United failing to get a shot on target in the first half.

The hosts carved out the better chances throughout the night with Myron Boadu's early goal being ruled offside and Oussama Idrissi forcing some sharp saves by David de Gea

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Teenager Mason Greenwood scored his first senior goal as Manchester United stuttered to a 1-0 victory over Astana in their Europa League opener.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have breathed a sigh of relief as the 17-year-old finally opened the scoring against the Kazakhstan side with 17 minutes left on the Old Trafford clock. Tipped by his boss as one of the best natural finishers he’s seen, Greenwood was the youngest of three teenage academy products starting for United and the only one still on the pitch when he netted on just his second start.

It spared United’s blushes, as they passed up numerous opportunities and found Astana stopper Nenad Eric in inspired form between the sticks.

Rather than going home frustrated, however, United fans will be talking about their latest star and just how many goals Greenwood may net in the famous red shirt.

On this special day today, / if you don't know why, check the story 😁/ i decide to share this with you, which i was preparing to post a while ago, but didn't... I don't know why... I know some of you already thought that i retired, and now maybe you are like WTF Berbs we know that you don't play, but i did try to find something last year.. Didn't happened 😂🤦🏻‍♂ So, someone told me i need to say something, and seeing that people where asking me, especially back home, i need to give a farewell message! So, here it is!

My last game was more then one year ago, so i think its the right time now to stop and its long overdue! Although when i think about it, its never The End, because i will stay in the game in one way or another, the time has come to say that after almost 20 years playing football i am stoping with my proffesional ACTIVE football career!

I will miss it! I will fucking miss it! Everything! The games, trainings, the goals, preparations, the presure, my teammates... the roar of the fans when i scored another banger 😂😎 I was blessed and work hard to have the oportunity to play with one of the best ever and against some of the best ever! And coming from small country this makes it even more special for me! I had my highs and of course some lows in my career, won my fair share of trophies, score some goals along the way as well! I played the way i wanna play, and i scored the goals i wanted to score!
Thank you to all the people who helped me develope, and became the player i always wanted to be!
Thank you to all my former teams my teammates and my coaches and staff! It was a pleasure! I know at times i was not easy to work with, but i always gave my everything for the teams i played for!

I hope you all have enjoyed my game, and everything i gave to entertain you on the pitch! 👊🏻 Damn it, i will miss all of this, peopleee, because i love football so much... But i am sure you will miss me as well 😁 Thank you! 🙏🏻 DB9

Manchester United trained in front of the cameras on Wednesday morning, on the eve of our opening Europa League fixture with Astana at Old Trafford.


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