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Day One: Lancashire vs. Yorkshire

Here’s a brief look back to the history of this special meeting, and in the present day, it’s advantage Red Rose as Lancashire face Yorkshire in county cricket


MUFC Player Ratings: Manchester United vs West Ham United

After another frustrating draw, some of Manchester United’s players need to up their game in order to nail down a first team spot.

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United Player Ratings: Manchester United vs Fenerbahçe

How well did Manchester United play against Robin van Persie’s Fenerbahce?

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Manchester: The home of British sport

Freshers and returning students are now living in a city with unparalleled sporting credentials

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United Player Ratings: Manchester United vs Bournemouth

In the last match of this Premier League season, how did Manchester United fare against Bournemouth?

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Que sera, sera, whatever will be, will be, with Rashford and Fellaini, que sera, sera

It’s been a strange season for Manchester United, Joe Murphy has his say

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Preview: Manchester City vs Manchester United

The biggest game of the season is upon us fans, as Manchester City come up against Mancunian rivals Manchester United

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Remembering a Genius: George Best

Will Kelly remembers George Best of Manchester United, 10 years after his death

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The Manchester Derby: Preview

A full glimpse at what could happen in derby weekend, by Will Kelly, Harry Newton, Davide Cappelli, and Toby Webb, with Alexander Craig and Ben Blakey

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The Munich Air Disaster Remembered

Sports Editor Will Kelly reflects on the Munich Air Disaster

Messi and Ronaldo failed to light up a half-empty Old Trafford. 
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The Galacticos in Manchester proved to be nothing more than a financial honey-trap