Saha reveals injury woe

  • 27 October 2009
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Everton striker Louis Saha has admitted he was troubled mentally during his time at Manchester United.

The Frenchman endured an injury-ravaged spell with the Red Devils and said that the mental challenge of trying to constantly get back to full fitness as well as keeping the club and the fans happy took its toll on him.

Carrick wants England Spot

  • 27 October 2009
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Michael Carrick insists he is capable of holding down a regular role at the heart of England's midfield.

The Three Lions are well stocked in that department; with the Manchester United ace facing tough competition from the likes of Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard, Gareth Barry, Owen Hargreaves and Jermaine Jenas.

Nani wants to shatter Liverpool

  • 27 October 2009
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Manchester United winger Nani has insisted that a win for his side against Liverpool at Anfield tomorrow would be a “shattering blow” for the Merseysiders.

The champions make the short trip to Liverpool on Sunday hoping to inflict a fifth successive defeat on Rafael Benitez’s men which would leave them 10 points ahead of their rivals after just 10 games.

Anderson happy at United

  • 27 October 2009
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Anderson insists he feels at 'home' at Manchester United and remains determined to increase his goals tally for the club.

The Brazilian midfielder is in his third season at Old Trafford, but has endured a mixed opening to the new campaign.

Hargreaves back in 3 weeks

  • 27 October 2009
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Sir Alex Ferguson expects Owen Hargreaves to be making his first-team return in three weeks.

The Manchester United midfielder returned to Carrington last month after spending a year in the United States recovering from ground-breaking surgery on both knees to combat a long-standing tendinitis problem.

Evra: we lacked Spirit

  • 27 October 2009
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Manchester United left-back Patrice Evra has questioned the team's attitude after they were eclipsed by Liverpool at Anfield.

Evra was left frustrated at the manner of United's first defeat in 12 games in all competitions. Goals from a fit-again Fernando Torres and substitute David Ngog in the second half ended a run of four losses for Liverpool.

Fergie backs Ferdinand

  • 27 October 2009
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Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has questioned Rio Ferdinand's form amid reports that the defender could be dropped by club and country.

The England centre-back has come under scrutiny after a series of blunders over the past month, which have led to suggestions that he could be past his best.

Park still injured

  • 27 October 2009
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Liverpool earned a 2-0 victory over Primer League rivals Manchester United on Sunday while the United winger Park Ji-sung was sidelined with knee injury.

Fernando Torres ended Liverpool's three successive defeats, scoring the opener in 65th minute with a powerful finish and David Ngog's injury time goal confirmed the victory.

Vidic & Tosic make 2010

  • 27 October 2009
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Nemanja Vidic and Zoran Tosic's Serbia are the latest 'United Nation' to qualify automatically for South Africa 2010 - at the expense of Patrice Evra's France.

As Group 7 leaders in Europe, the Serbs confirmed their likely passage to the World Cup finals in emphatic style on Saturday, hammering Romania 5-0. Vidic played for 73 minutes while Tosic was an unused substitute.

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