Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskær says they need to step up their game ahead of tonight's clash with Barcelona in The Champions League.
Manchester United play host for their Quarter Final at Old Trafford
Mike Hall is joined by Happy Monday's singer Rowetta, former United player Sammy McIlroy, and boxing trainer Joe Gallagher.Read the full story ›
A Manchester United fan was stabbed after the club's Champions League match in Paris on Wednesday night.
United overcame a 2-0 first-leg deficit to knock Paris St Germain out of the competition with a 3-1 win at the Parc des Princes.
The Foreign Office confirmed it was in contact with French authorities.
A spokesman said: "We are in touch with the French authorities following an incident involving a British man in Paris on March 6 and stand ready to offer assistance if required."
The man was travelling in a taxi before being taken to hospital in the French capital and underwent surgery.
The countdown is on until caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United future is confirmed.Read the full story ›
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This is how Jessie Lingard reacted as Manchester United pulled off a remarkable comeback in the Champions League last night.
The injured midfielder couldn't contain himself as he celebrated Marcus Rashford's late penalty putting the team through to the quarter finals.
Three weeks on from suffering a 2-0 home loss to the Ligue 1 champions, the visitors upset the odds to seal progress from this last-16 clash.
Romelu Lukaku scored either side of Juan Bernat's effort in a frantic first half that made way for an edgy second period at the Parc des Princes, where the video assistant referee's late intervention proved the catalyst to a remarkable win.
Marcus Rashford slammed home a stoppage-time spot-kick after referee Damir Skomina adjudged Presnel Kimpembe to have handled a Diogo Dalot shot as United ran out 3-1 victors to see them through to the quarter-finals on away goals after it ended 3-3 on aggregate.
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Iconic former Manchester United coach Eric Harrison has died aged 81.Read the full story ›
What a day for Oldham Athletic and for Paul Scholes!
He's followed the club since he was a youngster. Today he's the new manager at Boundary Park.
The Manchester United legend takes over at the League Two club after the Football League decided his 10 per cent ownership of non-league Salford City was not a conflict of interest.
Here's Paul Crone's report:
Twenty Three people, including 8 Manchester United players, died in the air crash on February 6 1958.Read the full story ›
Alexis Sanchez will return from injury against Newcastle tomorrow and is "champing at the bit" to finally show fans what he is all about.Read the full story ›