This is the moment a Man United fan was attacked and abused after being caught in the wrong end during the Reds’ clash against Blackburn.Read the full story ›
A lifelong Manchester United fan popped the question to the girl who has the season ticket next to his.Read the full story ›
Is there a link between playing football and dementia?
The son of the Manchester United player Nobby Stiles believes repeatedly heading a ball has contributed to his father's illness.
It comes as new research finds footballers who repeatedly head the ball can end up with a type of degenerative brain disease.
The daughter of former England striker Jeff Astle says the lack of action from football's governing bodies is disgraceful. Dawn Astle says that while football gave her father everything - it also took it all away.
Our correspondent Chris Hall reports.
Manchester United midfielders Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard have been showing off their latest goal celebration on Instagram.
The pair, who've become synonymous with 'dabbing', a new dance trend, have come up with an even wackier routine. The world's most expensive player, Paul Pogba, uploaded the video to his Instagram photo, after it was helpfully filmed by teammate Timothy Fous-Mensah.
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It remains to be seen what their manager Jose Mourinho makes of the pairs exuberant new moves.
Twelve Manchester United supporters involved in violent disorder ahead of an FA Cup fixture have been handed football banning orders.Read the full story ›
Firefighters are at the scene of a fire at Manchester United's Old Trafford ground.Read the full story ›
Warren Joyce, who left Old Trafford less than three months ago, takes his Wigan team back there on Sunday for a fourth-round clash in the FA Cup
Joyce spent nearly a decade as Manchester United's reserve team coach.
And he feels there was a certain inevitability about the draw:
Jose Mourinho has been showing off his new haircut.
The Manchester United manager's new look appeared at his press conference for Thursday's EFL Cup game against Hull.
And never shy about blowing his own trumpet, the Special One has been boasting about how quickly he can grow his hair back:
Manchester United have announced that the club will increase capacity for disabled supporters, and says it wants Old Trafford to be a home for all fans.
But the plans mean moving more than 2.500 season ticket holders - and both disabled and non-disabled fans say they've been left with the worst of both worlds.
Our correspondent Ashley Derricott reports.