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Red Devils and Rams lock horns in Cup again
Manchester United and Derby County will renew their FA Cup rivalry in early January, as the two sides meet in the third round at Old Trafford.
Controversy surrounds away support numbers at Ashton Gate
2,641 Manchester United supporters will watch the hotly-anticipated League Cup clash with Bristol City at Ashton Gate, following a controversial decision by the home side to segregate the Atyeo Stand.
'Outstanding' De Gea earns praise from beaten Wenger
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger praised the performance of David de Gea, after the Manchester United goalkeeper produced a man of the match display on Saturday.
Lingard brace as rampant United win at Arsenal
Manchester United punished Arsenal with a clinical performance, bagging two early goals on their way to a 3-1 win at Arsenal's Ashburton Grove; a venue which has proved something of a fortress throughout 2017.
United lose again at St. Jacob Park
FC Basel 1893 claimed a second ever win over Manchester United, with a late Michael Lang handing the Swiss side a 1-0 home win. Uefa Champions League qualification looks near-certain for the Red Devils, but the late winner means it is not yet mathematically certain.
Ex-Reds feature as Norn Iron and R.o.I seek World Cup spot
Six former Manchester United players were either on the pitch, or on the bench, as Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland experienced mixed fortunes in the first-leg of their World Cup play-offs.
Up date on progress so far...
United still sit second in the Premier League table although they are now 8 points behind runaway leaders Manchester City. United are level on points with Spurs and only one ahead of Chelsea who deservedly beat the Red Devils at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon. United's defeat came after three consecutive wins in three different competitions. United beat Spurs in the league, Benfica in the champions league and Swansea in the league cup. So as the next international break arrives Jose's team can take stock of the situation and look forward to 11 games in the run up to Christmas. It is going to be a very busy time for all connected with the club.
United march on in the League Cup and we look forward.
After the defeat at Huddersfield, which was United's first loss of the season, the club got back to winning ways with a comfortable 2-0 victory at the Liberty Stadium against a hard working but overwhelmed Swansea City side. A much changed United team enjoyed mich of the possession and two goals from Jesse Lingard sealed the red devils place in the last 8 of the competition they won last season. Coming up is a tough home fixture against Spurs at Old Trafford on Saturday (kick off 12.30) followed by a return to Champions League action with the visit of Benfica on Haloween night.
Back to domestic football
After the international break Manchester United will be hoping to continue their impressive start to the campaign. The red devils are unbeaten in all competitions and sit at the top of the league jointly with Manchester City. The rest of October will see the club play in three competitions - Premier League, Champions League and the League Cup; starting with the tough task of the trip to Anfield to take on the inconsistent but dangerous Liverpool. After that we travel to Portugal to take on Benfica before our first league game against Huddersfield Town for many years. This is followed by a trip to Swansea as the defence of the League Cup continues.
The good form continues....
United's unbeaten start to the season and impressive run continued with a hard fought 1-0 victory at St Mary's over Southampton. Romelu Lakaku scored the only goal in a tough and hard working performance. It maintains the unbeated start to the campaign, was another clean sheet and sets the club up nicely for the Champions League trip to Russia on Wednesday when they play CSKA. After the trip to Moscow Crystal Palace (six defeats and no goals) visit Old Trafford on Saturday.
- Latest Threads
- Red Devils and Rams lock horns in Cup again
- Controversy surrounds away support numbers at Ashton Gate
- 'Outstanding' De Gea earns praise from beaten Wenger
- Lingard brace as rampant United win at Arsenal
- United lose again at St. Jacob Park
- Ex-Reds feature as Norn Iron and R.o.I seek World Cup spot
- Up date on progress so far...
- Back to domestic football
- The good form continues....
- United back in style as Basel swept aside